Conservatories: The Alternative To Moving Home30/10/2014
For millions of British homeowners money is tight and the idea of moving home is simply out of the question. Research has found that many of people therefore looking at house extensions and conservatories as opposed to entering the property market.
The research, carried out by Everest Home Improvement, found that 44% of those surveyed wanted to increase the size of their property in some way. Following a change in legislation it is possible, in most instances, to develop your conservatory without having to apply for planning permission. In the past, up to 200,000 households in the UK would apply for planning permission every year and would spend a considerable amount of money in the process. The relaxing of these planning regulations has made extending your home easier than ever.
A Popular Choice
Conservatories are considered to be one of the most popular methods of creating additional space in the home, mainly because they can be used in a number of ways. Not only can they provide you with bright and airy living space, but they can also be used as a place for children to play or as an office.
In addition to a wide range of uses, conservatories offer a number of other benefits including:
- Adding up to £10,000 to the value of your home.
- Creating additional space in your home that you can enjoy all year round.
- Creating a link between your garden and the rest of your property
- Avoiding the costs associated with moving home.
At Conservatories Etc we pride ourselves on assisting customers in the creation of a stunning conservatory for the home. All of our installations are manufactured using the very highest quality materials, so they can be confident that their new room will continue to look great for many years to come.
With a range of styles for you to choose from we are confident of having a design to complement the look and feel of just about any property. As we mentioned above, in the majority of instances it is now possible to develop your conservatory without having to apply for planning permission. In the rare instance that planning permission is necessary; our experienced team can guide you through the process.
If you would like more information about our extensive range of conservatories, do not hesitate to contact us. You can call us on 01953 600505, drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or pop in and see us at our showrooms in Wymondham and Diss.