uPVC conservatory supply
Conservatories are proven home improvements that add value to your home so if you’re looking for something that looks great whilst also commanding a return of investment, uPVC conservatories are your answer.
With a uPVC conservatory installation you’ll add plenty of space and light to your home, whilst giving yourself a fantastic access point to the back garden.
On top of this, uPVC is a top quality material recommended by conservatory installers to last for years with excellent durability and resistant qualities.
Benefits of uPVC conservatories
Adding a uPVC conservatory to your home will:
Raise your home’s value by thousands of pounds, ensuring that you’ll make back the cost of installation through the sale of your home
Provide you with a fantastic installation that can be enjoyed throughout the year for whatever purpose you see fit. Popular rooms include dining rooms and living areas
Allow you a great access point to your garden and incorporate French doors into the design to bring the outside in. Even in the winter you’ll be able to enjoy the beauty of your garden from inside
Give you the choice from a range of colours. uPVC no longer has to be bright white and woodgrain colours are available to give the conservatory a hardwood feel without the disadvantages associated
Why choose uPVC?
Homeowners and contractors value uPVC highly for a number of reasons, which separate the material from other options such as aluminium and hardwood.
Firstly uPVC is far cheaper than the two mentioned above. This has a big effect and is particularly beneficial for those on a budget.
And despite the cheaper price, uPVC doesn’t skimp on quality. It’s a durable, hard-wearing and aesthetically pleasing material that’ll last well for years. Manufactured with additives and stabilisers it’ll resist the sun’s UV rays too.
The maintenance is also easy, with no problems such as rotting, warping or bowing associated with uPVC.
uPVC conservatory quotes
uPVC conservatories are one of the best home improvements you can make to your home, giving you a wealth of space and light.
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Energy Performance of Houses
The below information illustrates the energy performance of houses in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy efficient and G being the least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating factors heavily when you want to sell your house, as possible buyers will see what amount they're most likely to be spending on their heating expenses. House improvements such as insulation assist to drastically increase a home's EPC rating.