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Spring and Summer are the ideal times to start your bigger home improvement projects. The warmer weather allows you to get your projects completed with minimal weather disruption. Meaning the job will be completed quicker. This gives you the optimum amount of time to start enjoying your new and improved home during the summer! Spring is known as the season of renewal, so it’s the perfect time to breathe new life into your home with transformative home improvement projects! 
Conservatory Roof Replacement
As the cold weather rears its head to spring, it’s the perfect time to make energy efficient upgrades to your home. As the warmer months approach, it’s often easy to forget about winter. However, by being proactive during the spring and summer, you can effectively lower your bills next winter. Not only can these improvements help you save money on your bills, but they also contribute to a more sustainable and eco-friendlier lifestyle. 
Porch, Northampton
Renovating a property is an exciting journey, but it comes with a range of regulations and permissions you will need to navigate. When doing most building work or altering a property, a form of permission is required. However, when it comes to Building Regulations and Planning Permission, it can be hard to know the difference. While they may seem similar, they serve distinct purposes in ensuring the safety, sustainability, and aesthetic harmony of our built environment. 
 
Disclamer: Building regulations are no longer a necessity for conservatory roof replacements.  
Porch, Northampton
Conservatories today are made of a significantly higher quality than those 25- 30 years ago. General wear and tear can cause various issues to your conservatory over time. These issues can often leave your conservatory a cold and unused room, signalling the need for a replacement. However, theres no need to replace your whole conservatory to breathe some new life into the space. A conservatory roof replacement will significantly help to improve your spaces style, functionality, and energy efficiency. But when is the best time to consider this upgrade? 
 
Porch, Northampton
As we embrace the fresh start of the new year, it’s the perfect time to set resolutions for transforming your home. Whether you’re looking to completely transform your home or just get some minor repairs done. Now is the perfect time to start planning! 
 
Conservatory Roof Replacement
As the Christmas season approaches, its not just your indoor spaces that deserve a dose of holiday cheer. Turn your garden into a magical, outdoor oasis this year, creating a warm and enchanting atmosphere for family and friends. 
 
There are so many ways of decorating your garden for Christmas, turning it into a winter wonderland that will fill your heart with joy each time you step outside. But, before you can start decorating, you should ensure your garden is clean and maintained. Prune overgrown branches and clear fallen leaves or debris to create a blank canvas for your dream Christmas Garden. 
Bifold Doors, Northampton
As the nights get longer and the air turns colder, the arrival of Winter raises a set of challenges for homeowners. Cold drafts, rising energy bills, and the constant battle of maintaining a comfortable temperature inside your home, are all common issues that many of us encounter. 
Porch, Northampton
As we transition out of the warmer months, it is important to prepare yourself and your home for the colder seasons ahead. While we prepare ourselves by pulling out our knitted jumpers and coats, prepare your home for autumn by doing some important maintenance jobs. 
 
 
Solid Conservatory Roof

Transform your living space. 

Conservatories can act as versatile spaces that seamlessly bridge the gap between the indoors and outdoors. However, either to begin with or over time, the product that your roof is made from might not be energy efficient, causing your energy bills to rise throughout the year. Or, you might have had a change in design preferences and are looking for a new stylish and functional roof. 
sun room

Let more light into your life! 

Our exposure to sunlight in the UK is some-what limited throughout the year. This has been intensified by people spending more time indoors since the pandemic. This is seen especially with the number of people now working from home. These factors are greatly reducing the amount of natural light we take in daily. 
Imagine being surrounded by nature while basking in the warmth of the sun from the comfort of your own home. Sunrooms and conservatories offer exactly this, creating bright and airy spaces for you to spend your time. 
 
Not only do they have a great aesthetic appeal but, believe it or not, they also have several health benefits. So, lets shed some light on how conservatories and sunrooms can benefit you. 
Conservatory Roof Replacement
Have you got a conservatory that you don’t use all year round, because its too hot in the summer or too cold in the winter? Traditional conservatories usually have a polycarbonate roof, and whilst they have their benefits, they also have flaws. To name a few, they’re loud when it rains, poor temperature regulation and aren’t scratch resistant. 
 
You may be wondering how you can eliminate these issues and finally enjoy your conservatory whenever you want. The best way to get the most out of your additional space, is to have a solid tile roof installed. They have many benefits, such as improved insulation, and it improves the overall appearance of your conservatory. 
 
Before deciding on any major home improvements, it’s important to do your research and think about all your options and restrictions. You also need to think about who you want to carry out the renovation work and what questions should you ask them. 
Conservatory, Northampton
The roof of a veranda is one of its most important features, without it you would simply have a frame! The roof is responsible for keeping the structure together and it protects you from adverse weather situations. You can’t be completely covered though as a veranda doesn’t typically have four walls. 
 
If you’ve been thinking about having a veranda installed in your garden, you’ll most likely be met with the option of what roof you want. The most popular options are a glass roof or a polycarbonate one. Choosing the right one for you can be difficult, so we’ve created a guide to the difference between the two, their benefits, and their disadvantages. 
 
 
 
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