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Here’s four ways to makeover your conservatory
22 January 2020 982 Views
When you come to rent out your property, you will need to think about how you can maximise its potential in order to achieve long-term tenants.
Home improvements are one of the best ways to really boost your property’s value. So much so, that homeowners and landlords are spending thousands doing up their homes.
If your rental property is blessed with a conservatory and you’re looking to spruce it up, it’s possible to do so without breaking the bank, as they can be fixed and upgraded with simple refurbishment services.
With this in mind, we present four ways to makeover your conservatory before you letting your home.
As one of the main features of a conservatory, the look and function of a door is key.
Whether it’s a classic door style with simple practicality, such as French doors, or a versatile option for letting light in, such as bi fold doors, there are many options for door replacements to give conservatories a necessary upgrade.
Using high-performance glass, such as SMARTGLASS® Ultra 86 – a high-performance solar control glass with insulating warm edge technology – is another way to completely transform your conservatory.
It’s also ideal if you wish to combine a low-maintenance, self-cleaning solar control glass with classic conservatory stylings that can be enjoyed all year round.
A simple window replacement can greatly improve the overall look of an old conservatory. Modern materials, new stylings and new colours can be used to match your conservatory with the home.
Sculptured, chamfered and sash profiles can be easily designed and implemented, making them popular window choices for conservatory refurbishments.
There is a vast array of roof replacement options to upgrade and modernise your conservatory. Livinroof, for example, allows glass sections to be added anywhere in the roof the space a unique, modern feel to the room.
Meanwhile, the WARMroof incorporates features of the main house, achieving the look of a traditional extension without hassle.
Keep in mind that adding a conservatory is considered to be permitted development provided you meet the limits and conditions. Of course, by the end of it, you can increase your home’s value to achieve a potential future sale, and improve your chances of filling it with tenants quicker and for longer.
For more information on letting a home in areas like Enfield and Newham, including our let only service – please get in touch with us on 080 0043 6778.
Also, to find out how much you could be generating in rent each month, you can request a free and instant online valuation today.
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