A Coral uPVC conservatory or Coral uPVC orangery could be a great addition to your home, but if you are not sure about the benefits then read on for our top reasons on why this extra room could be a real life-changer for your family.
The extra space you get with a conservatory or orangery can be used however you wish. If you need a bigger living room, want to give the kids their own play space, need a home office or fancy splashing out on a home gym, then you can. Those with green fingers can also get extra space for growing plants.
However you are going to use your conservatory or orangery be sure to let your designer know all the details so they can get things like power sockets, lighting and heating right for you.
Replacing a brick wall with a glass one means more light comes into the adjoining room of the conservatory or orangery. The extra natural sunlight in your home can make a big difference, especially during the winter months.
Host better parties
Many people find that their social gatherings in their home are limited by available space, but a conservatory or orangery can change all that. Such rooms are ideal for parties as they give people plenty of room to mingle and offer additional seating space. If you like to host friends and family often then your hospitality can be boosted by a conservatory or orangery.
Enjoy your garden more
A conservatory or orangery can open up your home into the garden and help you make the most of your outside space. With bi-fold, French or patio doors you can make garden parties and barbeques much easier to deal with. And you will be able to see and appreciate your garden while staying warm inside.
The extra practical space that conservatories and orangeries bring can add value to your home. The investment can pay off when the time comes to sell, as prospective buyers often look for additional features.
Save energy and lower bills
A quality conservatory or orangery with A-rated uPVC double glazing can help you use less energy and therefore bring down your bills. The double glazed windows and doors keep heat in and eliminate draughts, so you might be able to turn down the thermostat.
Good locks and security features on a conservatory or orangery can deter opportunistic burglars, helping to keep your home safe. Blinds can also prevent prying eyes from seeing in.