When it comes to making your conservatory an all season room, it is about more than just adding a tiled roof. With Polar Home’s conservatory roofs we are about functionality and style. We want your conservatory to add a new dimension to your home. With plenty of different roof styles and colours to choose from, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes and house design.
It doesn’t matter if you’re planning to sell your home as soon as possible, or have no plans to sell in the near future, maximising the value of your home is always a smart decision. Some people may say that if you have no intention to sell your home, then it would be a waste of time to focus your energies on increasing its value, but this isn’t true. If at some point you decide you want to sell your property and move somewhere new, trying to make multiple changes to maximise its value can be a tiring and expensive task. Instead, try making a few small changes as you go along, then when you eventually do decide to sell, your home will already be at its maximum value.
So, what steps can you take to increase your home’s value?
Conservatories have become more and more popular, and rightly so. Not only can they add much-needed living space, they’ll also, if fitted properly, boost the value of your home a great deal, signifying a real investment opportunity. Nevertheless, you may not be the only ones who see opportunity in your conservatory.
It’s a known fact that a house burglary happens every minute in the United Kingdom. For burglars, conservatories often represent the perfect opportunity of gaining easy access to your home. However, in the tiny minority of occasions where thieves have targeted conservatories, it’s typically been down to poor, cheap structure.
Over the years we have heard a wide and varied number of reasons why people wish to change their traditional polycarbonate or glass conservatory roof for a solid insulated system. Predominantly though the main reason is that after a number of years of having traditional conservatory with a polycarbonate or glass roof the realisation is that the space is unusable for most of the year. In the summer months the temperature can become unbearably hot to sit in with it being too cold during the winter months (which to be fair, in the UK we have more of our fair share of!) and costly to heat. Added to both these facts it is also often noted that rain noise during the rainy months (again we have our share of these too!) can be an issue. The only real viable solutions are to knock the conservatory down and re-build an extension in its place, or simply just use the conservatory when optimum temperature.