Q&A With T&K Home Improvements
Q I need to add more space to my home – what do you suggest?
A In the last few months peoples focus will have fallen on their homes and many will have seen the need for extra living space.
If you are serious about adding more space to your home then there are several options that tick all the boxes.
Conservatories have come a long way since the days of being used as something to just open on those balmy summer nights.
Thanks to sophisticated designs and better materials, now they are both warm in the winter and cool in the summer months, so can be used all year round. They can also provide a more functional space too and can be used as everything from a TV room to a spare bedroom, allowing you to reinvent the way you use your home and create the extra space you need at the same time.
They can now be tailored to your liking even further thanks to a variety of colour options and wood effect finishes, with plenty of choice in both roof and glass options too.
And if you think you will be contemplating a move later down the line, a conservatory is a great way of increasing the value of your home, especially with a tiled roof option.
For those who would like to increase their living space but cannot afford a more traditional home extension, however, then a timber garden room is a great alternative.
Made from a robust solid timber structure, and insulated to provide thermal efficiency all year round, garden rooms are perfect for a home gym or home office.
Options include pitched and flat roof, six external cladding colours to fit with your existing garden furniture and soffit overhangs can be added to give a contemporary look.
Another plus is they are pre-assembled, so there is no mess or cutting on site, and transported to your garden for fast and easy installation, making them the perfect cost-effective and hassle-free space creating solution.
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