Heat is lost in the home through a number of ways. This could be via the windows, loft or walls. One of the best ways to counter high levels of heat loss would be with new windows such as double glazing.
Double glazing helps to provide home energy efficiency by retaining heat with a motionless gas spacer, usually Argon, Xenon or Krypton. The more heat retained in the home, the more you’ll save on your energy bills throughout the year.
With patio doors or French doors, you can open your uPVC conservatory up into the garden and bring the outside in. The extra light makes the room even more spacious and soft furnishings can make it a great place to relax in the evenings.
Many Britons felt that double glazing was the best way to add value, but a conservatory adds as much as £12,151 and double glazing sees a £5,265 return.
And it’s obvious why a conservatory will add so much value to your home. After all, they bring a number of benefits to every property, which includes:
- Adding space and light to your home. The uPVC conservatory can be used for anything, from a living area or dining room to a playroom
- Giving you fantastic access to the back garden, which is great for the summer
- Providing excellent energy efficiency to ensure you can use the conservatory in winter too
- Adding over £12,000 to your property’s value.
If you’re thinking of investing in a uPVC conservatory then read on to see the four main benefits that this superb material brings
uPVC is known for its versatility and durability. These excellent properties also make it the leading material for new windows, especially double glazing. A uPVC conservatory is great at withstanding Britain’s interchangeable weather conditions. Unlike wood, it’ll avoid discolouration and gives you a lasting appeal for many years to come.
Out of the main conservatory materials possible, uPVC is by far the cheapest. This makes it affordable for many homes. uPVC is cheaper because it costs less to produce and is very easy to maintain. This is great for you because you’ll be able to retain heat in your property which will reduce bills, and not have to spend money on repairs.
Despite its low costs, uPVC is recognised as a great material for insulation, low maintenance and weather resistance. By having your conservatory built using uPVC you’ll ensure the cold draughts are kept out and heat is retained. This is significantly beneficial in the winter.
What’s more, the windows and doors of an uPVC conservatory can be fitted with the latest security mechanisms, including the multipoint locking system. So your home will be protected from intruders and your mind will be at ease.
You don’t just have to use your conservatory as an easy access point to your garden. uPVC conservatories can accommodate any need you have and can be turned into an extension for your kitchen or extra living space. This means you can add decoration such as curtains for privacy. uPVC conservatories can be treated any way you wish and add a wealth of value to your home.