Extension Options – Glazed to Garden Rooms

House extension

Adding an extension to your property is a great option for many people. If you need more space but you don’t want to move house, it could be the perfect path to pursue. 

When you’re researching your options though, you’ll very quickly discover that there are choices that must be made. From traditional conservatories to modern garden rooms, it’s all about establishing what will work best for you and you. Let’s take a look at what you need to know before you make your decision. 

Conservatories

@LivEchoNews said, “Getting a conservatory can be a cost-effective way of investing in your property. Not only does it provide more living space and a seamless transition between the home and your garden, it is estimated that a conservatory can add thousands to the overall value of your house”

It’s a common misconception that conservatories will be too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter. There is plenty that you can do to make sure that your new conservatory can be enjoyed throughout the year. This makes it a wise investment for those who really want to get the most out of their extension, whatever the weather.  

Garden rooms

A garden room is a great option if you want to create a stylish space that can be used for a variety of purposes. You can choose a combination of a patio roof and all-glass elements, which will provide you with somewhere that gets plenty of sunshine yet is still protected from the elements. If you like to entertain friends in the garden, then this is something that you’ll definitely want to consider. 

We all know that the British weather can’t always be relied upon, and so you’ll always have a plan B to fall back on. Garden rooms are also often used as offices for the self-employed and people who regularly work from home. Many people find that having a separate area outside of the home improves their productivity. 

Orangeries 

An orangery is quite simply a modern twist on the traditional conservatory. It is essentially an atrium-style conservatory, but with up to date technology. With brick pillars, it offers more privacy whilst still allowing plenty of natural light to flood into your home. 

They were originally named due to their popularity amongst the wealthy to house exotic plants, including citrus fruits. Today though, they’re very affordable and can be the perfect solution for increasing your space. 

As you can see, there are many options available to you if you want to extend your home. It’s simply a case of establishing your wants and needs, setting your budget, and ensuring that you find a reputable company to carry out the work. 

If you have any questions about choosing the right extension for your home, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us. We can guide you through the entire process and give you the advice and support that you need throughout your home improvement project.