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Conservatory Roof Replacement
When working on home improvements, choosing where to start is often the hardest part. With all the possibilities, how do you pick a project that increases your home’s value without it turning into a money pit? 
 
There are many cheap upgrades you can do to each room of your home to add value. However, more large-scale projects often give you the best return on your investment. How much you spend on your home improvements depends on what your budget is and what you are looking to accomplish. 
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Why choose Bifold doors for my home? 

Whether you’re looking to add value to your property for resale or just wanting to give your home a bit of a facelift, the installation of bifold doors is a good way to do this. 
There’re many advantages to bifold doors in comparison to other types of doors. 
Replacing your patio doors for bifold doors is a positive step towards increasing the value of your home. Unlike sliding patio doors or French doors, Bifold doors can fold completely open, giving a smoother open plan feel. Bifold doors can maximise your space as they fold into each other to stack flat against the wall. 
 
In this blog, we’ll be discussing the ways in which installing Bifold doors can increase the value of your home. 
Solid Conservatory Roof
If you feel your conservatory isn’t performing as it should, replacing its outdated polycarbonate roof with a solid one can have a major impact. A solid conservatory roof can revive your conservatory and make it a comfortable and inviting space to relax in all year round. 
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Conservatories are a fantastic addition to any home, providing a bright and airy space to relax, entertain your guests or enjoy an unobstructed view of your garden. Unfortunately, some conservatory roofs prevent homeowners from enjoying their space. 
 
Over time, a conservatory roof can become worn or damaged, leading to further issues such as leaks and heat loss. Polycarbonate or glass roofs tend to become worn more quickly due to constant exposure to different weather conditions. 
 
But how do you know when it’s time to replace your conservatory roof? In this blog, we'll explore some of the key signs to look out for. This will help you determine when it's time to upgrade your conservatory roof and finally enjoy your conservatory once again. 
Conservatory Roof Replacement
Having a conservatory for your home is a great investment. They’re a cost-effective alternative to an extension, while also increasing the value of your property. They also give your home additional living space, while also allowing you and your loved ones to enjoy the view of your garden, no matter the weather. 
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Traditional conservatories are known for being colder in the winter months, and too warm during the summer. But there are ways to prevent this so you can enjoy your conservatory all year round. 
 
With the ongoing rise in energy prices, keeping the heat in your home is a top priority.  
If you would like to learn more about what home improvements will improve your home’s energy efficiency, find out more in our previous blog. 
 
To help you retain heat in your conservatory, here are some of the best ways to keep your conservatory warm during winter, so you can finally enjoy your conservatory. Even when the temperature outside drops. 
 
 
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We’re all currently doing what we can to reduce our energy consumption. This includes turning the heating off for as long as we can. However, as the temperature outside drops, we may have to eventually turn the heating on. 
 
This is the perfect time to start thinking about how you can improve your home’s energy efficiency to help keep the heat in for longer. 
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Many homeowners in the UK are choosing to get a conservatory rather than building an extension. This is because conservatories are quicker to install, and they allow more natural light into your home. They also allow homeowners to enjoy their gardens more often. 
 
Traditionally, conservatory roofs are made from polycarbonate or glass to let in more light. Unfortunately, this also means homeowners can’t enjoy their conservatories all year round. 
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At the moment, everyone is aware of how expensive heating our homes will be this winter. Even with Truss’ announcement that she will be capping the costs, this winter will be the most expensive winter in the UK’s history. With that in mind, heating a garden room might not seem high on your list of priorities. 
 
But if that garden room doubles as an office, you may not have a choice but to find ways to keep that room warm. Short of setting a bonfire in the middle of your garden room, you’ll be looking for cost-effective ways of heating your garden room beyond wearing a big coat. 
 
Here are some ideas for this coming winter. 
Windows and Doors
 
uPVC is a popular choice when it comes to windows and doors because they’re low-maintenance and durable all year round. Unlike wood, uPVC doesn’t rot and is the more cost-effective choice. 
However, over time your window frames and doors will gradually become dirty due to the build-up of grime and dust. If you have white uPVC, regular cleaning of your windows and doors will help them keep their bright white finish. 
 
When it comes to cleaning uPVC, less is more; you don’t need lots of chemicals to get the job done. 
Bifold Doors, Northampton
If you’ve been thinking about upgrading to bifold doors in your home, you’re not alone. The demand for bifold doors has risen and the interest in them has continued to grow, especially during Spring and Summer. 
 
Whether you’re looking to improve your home or want more natural light in your home, we’re here to help you decide whether bifold doors are for you, and how they will benefit your home. 
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