Glass extensions to a home are not what they used to be twenty years ago. Gone are the days of cold, leaky conservatories. While extensions were cold in winter, hot in summer and an eyesore to boot, these days glass extension are bespoke creations that add value to a home and are of tremendous benefit to those who have the opportunity to enjoy them.
For starters, you add more space to your home. Whether you want a place to entertain guests, where children can play, for lounging, or where you can indulge in a hobby, having those extra square meters can make a big difference to your family and your lifestyle.
Peace and Quiet
Other than a place for guests or the kids, a glass extension can be your haven of tranquillity. Up to now, when your partner was watching TV, or the kids were playing video games you had to put up with the noise or flee to your bedroom for some peace and quiet. All that changes with a glass extension. You can sit and relax listening to music, reading a book, or just gaze at the moon and the stars above. Should you crave privacy, curtains or blinds are easy to install.
Not only do you create more space, but your home becomes more valuable. You’re not the only one who sees the benefits of a glass extension. Should you ever want to sell your home, and one house has a glass extension and the other one doesn’t, which one do you think will appeal to potential buyers the most? A glass extension is a huge selling point because of its many advantages.
A glass extension seamlessly blends the outdoors with the inside of your home. Door options include bi-folding doors. These folding doors are perfect for opening up a room and mean that a five-metre run of glass doors can be neatly folded away into a space of just 50cm deep! What’s more, with double glazing as standard, a glass extension keeps the room cool in summer and warm in winter.
Unlike a brick structure, a glass extension allows your home to be flooded with natural light. All you have to do is pick a style that appeals to you the most. When you browse through the various possibilities, you will no doubt be amazed at the beauty of glass extensions and how they changed over the years.
Once you have a glass extension, you’ll wonder why it took you so long to build one. Before you get started though, check with the local authorities in case you need planning permission. Chances are that you don’t, but you want to be on the safe side.
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