An eye-catching patio is a fantastic way to not only make your garden look amazing, but also create a functional space that can make your home an even more enjoyable place to live. Not to mention the increased value that can be added to a house with the installation of a patio.
Whether it’s to add value to your property or just create more space, house extensions are a great way to build more rooms onto your current home so you don’t need to move into a bigger property. However, construction work of any scale requires a lot of planning and careful consideration before the work even begins. Here’s a breakdown of the things you need to plan out and think about so you can design that perfect extension for your home.
The interior of your home isn’t the only place you can customise and design to suit your tastes; the garden is awash with creative, decorative opportunities. From paving stones to patios, hedges to herb gardens, there are so many ways to style and do up your garden to craft the aesthetic you’re after.
Do you love your current house? Could you not bear the thought of moving, but you’re really struggling for space? You should consider getting a house extension.
When it comes to housing renovations, patios are a popular choice. They are a great way to spruce up a garden and make it the perfect location for a party, gathering or a BBQ. You will have somewhere to put a hot tub or outdoor furniture, and a patio is likely to encourage you and your family to use that garden more often. Additionally, a patio can increase the value of your home, should you wish to sell in the future.
Garages are a great attachment for any home. They are most commonly and traditionally used for the safe storage of your vehicle or various other bulky items such as the lawn mower. However, there are many fun and fantastic uses for garages that you may not be aware of.
As December draws closer, it’s time to start thinking about how to keep your conservatory warm this winter. Conservatories are often synonymous with being incredibly hot due to their glass walls, but they can also face the opposite problem in the winter months of being too cold. Glass is not an especially well insulted material – comparatively to standard brick walls – so conservatories can become uncomfortably cold in winter.
Is your house starting to feel a little bit cramped? Are you concerned about your space needs as your family grows? If you’re thinking of doing some renovation around your home, an extension is something that you should definitely consider. Moving into a bigger house may have crossed your mind, but what if you’re not really in a position to move? Or perhaps you really love the house you’re currently in, and the idea of leaving isn’t something you want to think about just yet, if at all.
So, you’ve decided to build a garage. Whether you want somewhere safe and secure to store your vehicle, or you just fancy having somewhere to have a workshop, a garage has a fantastic range of uses. But, before you can think about contacting a construction company, you need to first find out whether it is actually feasible to build on your property. Aside from making sure there’s enough space, and whether the structure would be sound, you should also know about the UK laws and regulations surrounding construction on your property.
With summer just around the corner, it’s time to get some inspiration for what you can do to transform your garden. Continue reading