Have you made any New Year resolutions? If one of them is to buy a brand new conservatory for your home then you are making a very wise choice and here are 6 reasons why:
1. Appreciate the lighter nights
Now that the clocks have gone forward it means that lighter nights lay ahead over the forthcoming months. Savour them from the sanctuary of your conservatory, the perfect place to settle as the sun goes down.
2. Creates more space
If you had people round over Christmas and New Year and your home felt tight for space then expand it with the spaciousness of a conservatory. Even the lean-to design will provide you with plenty of additional room.
3. Adds value
Keep pace with other properties by escalating the resale value of your home with a conservatory. Research has shown that conservatories can significantly improve home valuations by anything from 7 per cent.
4. Unites home and garden
At this time of year because of the inclement weather you can feel a little distant from your garden whilst indoors. A conservatory will bridge that gap and help draw home and garden that bit closer together.
5. A new room with a purpose
You can have a conservatory transformed into a room of your liking. So if you’ve always fancied a luxurious dining/lounge area or work from home regularly and could do with a private study area look no further than this form of home extension.
6. A major talking point
A beautiful and elegantly designed conservatory can make your home the talk of the neighbourhood. It’s also certain to impress visitors to your home who upon exiting will walk away with lasting memories of it.
If we’ve sold you into the idea of making a conservatory your first big purchase of 2016 visit our Norwich showroom to explore many of our designs.
With the clocks about to go back an hour and darker days on the horizon over the next few months, it’s a good time of…
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