Our homes or businesses never seem to be big enough and as our lives change and business improves, we find ourselves needing more space to add a study, a living room, or a place just to get away from the family for 5 minutes. However, adding a room onto an existing building comes with many rules and regulations and you need to seek planning permission for most of the add-ons that you wish to do. However, there is a way to create that space that you need, but without any of the red tape that is usually involved with such a thing.
The answer comes in the form of a glass conservatory in Durham and it’s a lot cheaper than you think to install. Creating more room this way comes with its own advantages and we will explore some of them here today.
- A glass conservatory generally does not need planning permission in the UK and does not come under any zoning laws. If your neighbour is cool with it, then you can instruct your builder to begin the project.
- Because it is made primarily from mostly glass, it provides a room with a great deal of light. If you add it to an existing room, then it will give the appearance of a room extending right out into the garden.
- In the summertime and when we experience some warm spells, the glass allows it to warm up quickly and so there is no need to have the heating on to heat it up. This will save you money on your fuel bills.
Deciding to build a glass conservatory is a great idea and it will add value to your home as well. It also makes it more attractive to potential buyers.