3 ways to make the most out of your home’s space
27 March 2020 |Home Improvement Advice
Now that you’re spending more time at home, by now it may have become apparent that your home just isn’t big enough. Needless to say, in the current climate, it’s simply not possible to consider selling up at the moment. But with the prospect of deferred installation available, there’s no need to carry on living like sardines and shelving essential home improvement plans. Instead, why not use your spare time productively by researching opportunities that will maximise your space?
Whether you’re self-isolating or in-between jobs, we’ve come up with 3 fool-proof ways to make the most out of your home’s space in the coming months.
1. Live the quintessential British dream by adding a comfortable conservatory
From classic glazed garden rooms to modern tiled conservatory installations, conservatories provide the ideal way to unite home and garden spaces together. The best thing about modern conservatories is that they can be used all year round, so they make excellent breakfast rooms, home offices, home gyms; the opportunities are endless! Conservatories make great playrooms too, providing an ideal way for kids to enjoy the sun but remain safe and sound.
It’s also worth considering adding time-honoured French doors to your new conservatory design, to maximise the space in your home and garden even further. And as long as you stick to these rules, planning permission shouldn’t be an issue either.
Get inspired by taking a look at this stunning conservatory we added to a local three bedroom home, and find out why this family now describe the property as their ‘forever home’.
If you have a tired conservatory space that’s simply storing items that are just gathering dust, a contemporary conservatory roof replacement can revitalise the space and make it usable again. Create a room for all seasons, just like this family did.
2. Create more usable space with an ample orangery
Smoothly bridging the gap between conservatory and extension, sophisticated orangeries feature more brick and solid sections than conservatories. Typically falling under permitted development, orangeries can also eliminate planning permission issues. Ideal for South-East homes with unused garden spaces and larger outside areas, orangeries make beautiful sitting rooms, dining rooms or even unique bedroom solutions. With an orangery you also have the option to add an illuminating lantern roof, maximising space and light further.
What makes an orangery stand out from the crowd? Take a look at this elegant orangery case study.
3. Broaden your horizons with a spacious home extension
If your home is truly bursting at the seams, have you considered a sizeable home extension? Offering families the ideal alternative to moving to a new house, a home extension from SEHBAC will enviably enlarge your floor plan and transform your lifestyle. From stylish side-return kitchen extensions to a multipurpose room, no matter the space you have, there is a house extension idea for every budget. Individually project managed and tailored to your specific requirements, our team of experts will take care of everything, including planning permissions and building regulations.
This superb single-storey extension has changed the way this local family live.
Plan ahead – Buy now, install later!
With SEHBAC, the coronavirus won’t stop high quality home improvements throughout Ipswich, Oxford, Essex or Suffolk. Simply place your order now and delay your installation until it’s safe to be carried out. Offering up to 35% off windows, doors and conservatories in our sensational Spring sale, we also have many finance offers available too e.g. £99 deposit, pay nothing until 2021. Get your quote online or call us free today – no home appointment necessary!