When it comes to home improvement, one of the best investments a homeowner can make is to have a conservatory extension built onto their home. Not only will a conservatory provide you with a much-needed additional room, it will also increase the value of your property should you ever wish to sell it in the future.
Your conservatory: a summer room?
For most homeowners, their conservatory acts as a portal which connects their home with their garden. Your conservatory bridges the gap between indoors and outdoors, and allows you to enjoy the beauty and splendour of your garden during the summer, with minimal intrusion from insects, bugs, and pests. The use of large glass windows and a tapered glass ceiling makes it the lightest and brightest room in your home, perfect for entertaining friends late into the summer evenings, or curling up with a good book and a cold drink after a long commuting and working in the summer heat.
Many homeowners find that their conservatories end up becoming seasonal rooms, with a dwindling amount of usage as the nights draw in and the weather turns colder. However, after investing all that money into extending your home, why let your conservatory sit unused for half of the year?
Make the most of your conservatory all year round
Don’t let the autumn and winter weather stop you from using your conservatory to its full potential. The experts at Meadow Hill Conservatories have come up with a number of innovative ways in which you can use your conservatory no matter what time of year it is. From long term solutions such as insulation and under floor heating, to short term solutions such as a portable heater or some chunky knit blankets, this handy infographic features 9 ways to use your conservatory in winter, so read on for more information…
November 8, 2016