Use Your Existing Home With An Orangery

It has been reported that in certain parts of the country there is likely to be a home shortage, especially in places like London. Part of the reason is being put down to the fact that houses are not being built as readily as they normally would be because of the global recession slowdown. If this happens then people are going to be less likely to move elsewhere and are going to have to find a solution to overcome the problem.

You could think about extending your home in some way and the most practical and affordable solution is to have an orangery or conservatory installed. Orangeries and conservatories will massively increase your available living space and they can be used in pretty much any way you like.

They can transform homes so much that any aspirations you had to move may completely disappear. They will bring a whole new dimension to it and the size of it will increase substantially from the moment installation has been completed. You will struggle to recognise your new-look home such is the beauty and finesse that a conservatory can offer to a modern property.

Other reasons why a home extension may make a difference is because they will add value to your property which will come in very handy if you ever decide to sell when the housing market starts to recover. You may even make a profit on the original cost of your home once you have an extension installed.

The lifespan of extensions and double glazing is immense so that you don’t need to consider replacing them until well into the future. Once your investment has been made you get on with enjoying everything it has to offer.

Having to stay in your current home shouldn’t be something that feels like a chore.


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.


Want to speak with an Advisor? Give us a call on 01904 690881

Our friendly team will be pleased to help with any questions you may have.

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