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Would your conservatory benefit from an upgrade?

Did you know most homes across the UK avoid using their conservatory? We love the idea of our conservatory but struggle to live with the reality. The most common complaint is a conservatory’s interior resembling a roasting pan in summer months and the bottom drawer of the deep freezer during winter.

More Living Space

Another common need in households across the country is access to more living space. With many people opting for home improvements rather than moving to a larger home, it’s the perfect time for you to consider upgrading your conservatory.

Conservatories Are Making A Comeback

Around the UK, the conservatory is making a contemporary comeback. If you are considering upgrading your existing conservatory, the great news is you are spoilt for choice. There are lashings of modern solutions available to many of the traditional headaches associated with conservatories. With home improvements being all the rage, upgrading your conservatory reaches beyond aesthetics and into your wallet, too.

Not only do you give your home an instant facelift and add to its overall value without too much bother, but you will also save money on your energy bills, and create an extra living, even home office, space. Let’s explore your options.

Upgrade The Roof

The easiest way to upgrade your conservatory is to install a new roof. It’s not as complicated as you may think, and there are a variety of ingenious options to suit almost every type of conservatory. If you are interested in solar energy and curious about glass with the ability to clean itself, check out a glazed roofing option.

For those of us keen for a quiet life, away from rain pounding on our existing glass or polycarbonate conservatory roof, a tiled roof is your best bet. A solid roofing option also delivers fantastic heating results too. If you have an existing extension you want to improve, investigate installing an orangery. The word is old fashioned but today’s orangery options range from rustic to sophisticated glass cube.

A new roof will work wonders to insulate and cocoon your conservatory from outdoor elements. While you’re here you might want to have a look at upgrading your doors and windows, too. Not only modern frames elevate your home’s overall aesthetic and property value, new window and door frames provide excellent energy efficiency for your home and less to pay on your energy bills. You’ll be surprised at the extent of options available for your conservatory including bi-fold solutions, windows with ultra-modern aluminium frames, and ingenious glazing alternatives.

What About Conservatory Roof Insulation.

And if none of the above options takes you fancy we also have the Eco-Hybrid Conservatory Roof Insulation, an amazing insulation solution that fits any style of conservatory. Keeping the space warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, as well as offering extra protection against UV rays and reduced outside noise, it is a great option to consider.  It can be installed in just one day by our team and comes with a 10-year guarantee.

How About A Brand New Conservatory

No conservatory upgrade discussion would be complete without mentioning you can always install a brand new conservatory. You usually won’t require planning permission, and you will be amazed at how quickly you’ll be reviewing fantastic design options specific to your home.

A worthy Investment

There’s never been a better time to invest in home improvements. A conservatory upgrade adds so much substance and value to your home. These simple changes are usually what we’ve been chasing: quality time with your family, the extra money saved on energy bills, and extended comfort, style and space at home.

Conservatory upgrade options have evolved enormously over the past decade or so, and feature hybrid, eco-friendly options that won’t break your budget. Join the great conservatory comeback. It’s worth it.

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