Your conservatory is often the heart of your home, so you’re going to want to ensure you’re getting the most out of it all year round.
If your conservatory isn’t a recent investment, you may find that come winter, it’s unbearably cold.
Don’t lose your living space this winter! Inject new life into your old conservatory by converting it into a stunning garden room.
Here’s how you could benefit from turning your existing conservatory into a stunning garden room, before winter arrives.
Makes your home more energy efficient
With winter on the way, converting your conservatory into a garden room can really help to make the room much more cosy and inviting. The addition of a solid roof helps to keep the heat indoors and makes your living space more energy efficient, which in the long run, can save you money by reducing your energy bills.
Outdoor feel with indoor comforts
There’s no need to worry about the unpredictable British weather when you invest in a garden room. The large expanses of glass create a seamless connection to the outdoors, whilst providing you with indoor comforts, which makes it the perfect place to relax and watch the seasons change.
Stunning garden views
Your garden room will quickly become your favourite spot in the house as this tranquil space has the ability to take you away from everyday life by offering unrestricted views of the outdoors. You can even integrate bi-folding doors or patio doors into the design if you want the option of a stylish opening into your garden.
Gives you extra space and privacy
As the name implies, a garden room is often situated in the midst of your garden. Whether you would prefer to have it separate from or attached to your home, is completely up to you. Not only does the multifunctional room provide you with much needed extra space, but it also offers you the option of privacy, which is ideal for those using the space as an office or separate lounge.
Planning permission may not be needed
If you’re simply replacing the roof on your existing conservatory, it’s unlikely that you’ll need to apply for planning permission. That being said, in some cases, planning permission may still be needed. But, don’t worry. We’ll take care of all the hard work and will even send everything off to the relevant local authority for you.
Understanding the ins and outs of planning permission is never easy. If you would like to speak to one of our friendly consultants, they will happily provide you with all the planning permission advice and guidance you need. Simply pop into our Gillingham showroom for more information.
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