Planning your conservatory flooring

When it comes to the design of your conservatory there are plenty of things to think about. One of these things is the flooring that you install. There are a variety of different options to consider when it comes to flooring for your conservatory; the choice not only depends on your own personal style preference but also what will work best for the space too.

While we’re not flooring experts, we understand how the importance of good flooring and how it can help you make the most of your conservatory. We’ve taken a look at popular flooring options and why they may work for you.

Laminate Flooring

This has to be one of the most popular forms of flooring, not only in the conservatory but also throughout the rest of your home. It is versatile and can be incredibly cost-effective to install as well. There are a variety of different colours and patterns that you can choose from; all of which can give you conservatory a touch of character.

Laminate flooring is very easy to clean, which is ideal if your conservatory is walked through to gain access to your garden.

Tiled or Vinyl floors

Another flooring option to consider in your conservatory are tiled or vinyl floors. These both have similar benefits. They are waterproof and easy to clean; ideal for a space that is likely to see a lot of traffic through it.

Vinyl or tiled floors are particularly good if you are concerned about heat exposure as these type of floors can withstand the sunshine streaming through the glass.

Say no to Carpet; but say yes to Rugs

You may think that carpet is ideal for comfort in your conservatory and while it may feel lovely underfoot there are issues with this particular type of flooring.

Carpet can harbour dirt and is difficult to clean, this may be okay in other parts of the house, but in the conservatory this could be a problem. Especially if your conservatory is a main route in and out of your garden and if you have children or pets.

If you don’t like the idea of solely hardwood or tiled flooring alone then you could always brighten up the space with a rug. Not only does a rug add texture, colour and of course feels lovely on your bare feet; but this additional layer on the floor of your conservatory can help to retain heat and keep the whole space warmer.

Total Roofcare are experts in converting conservatory roofs to solid, insulated, tiled ones. Our ThermeRoof procedure was developed to offer a complete insulated conservatory roof solution for homeowners looking to make the most out of their conservatory. Find out more by calling us on 0800 917 5109 or fill in one of our contact forms.

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