Homeowners thinking about renovating their properties in the new year may want to consider investing in a conservatory from Stockport company Malbern Windows. Did you know that conservatories are one of the best ways to add value to your home quickly and easily, offering great return on investment for homeowners? Thus, such an extension would be a good choice for anyone planning on doing home renovations moving forward.
If you want to extend your home, there really is no better way to do so than with a conservatory. They can really help to flood your house with light and make a brilliant family room where you and your loved ones can spend some serious quality time together.
They come in a wide variety of styles and sizes, so whether you want a big space added onto the kitchen or are simply looking for something like a small summer house, conservatories are an excellent choice. It’s important that you think about what you intend to use your new space for as this will help you work out what kind of style you want. Will you use it all year round, for example, or is it just save it for the summer?
Of course, there are several considerations you need to bear in mind before you opt for a new conservatory. For example, you will need to look into planning permission and building regulations to make sure that you can have this kind of extension added to your house.
Other points to bear in mind include the sort of flooring you’d like to have. There are many options, from laminate and cork to natural stone, limestone, granite, slate or even ceramic floor tiles. And then there’s the conservatory glass. If you want your glazing to be energy efficient in order to keep your bills down to a minimum, look out for windows with the best glass u-values available. You would typically be better off opting for glass over polycarbonate alternatives, as these show their age a lot quicker as well.
You could even consider going for heat reflective glass (also known as low-e glass) that comes with a metallic coating that means energy from the sun can pass through from outside, helping to reduce heat loss.