Increase Living Space And Lower Maintenance With A Conservatory

Due to the current economic climate, many homeowners have to stay in their existing property even when they have very little space left. Those with growing families are increasingly finding this to be a problem as they feel that they have no other option. Well there is when you think about. Moving home can be an expensive business, but extending the home you already inhabit will cost you a fraction of this price.

Conservatories are the most cost effective way of extending a home without a shadow of a doubt. A UPVC conservatory will offer you just as much opportunity as any brick built extension will, without having to wait months for it to be constructed. You will be surprised at just how much living space this form of extension will bring to your home, bringing an end to a cramped and untidy household.

An old conservatory, although useful, often required a lot of maintenance after certain periods during the year as the wood used would start to fade, rot or flake. UPVC is weather resistant which means that once it is installed in your home you need give it virtually no care or attention, without having to worry about it losing its appearance. UPVC needs no repainting and you could find that it lasts for at least around 30 years plus.

Similarly to orangeries, it will also give you better access to your back garden. It can be frustrating when your garden is out of action due to the cold weather, so why not enjoy it from a brand new location. Both types of structure will also give your home a better chance of appealing to buyers if you ever decide to sell.

Make a sensible decision and increase living space if you are reluctant to move home for financial or emotional reasons.


We invite you to join us at our showroom in York, to browse our many products in person and speak with our team of advisors and designers about your next home improvement project.


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