New year, new home: Windows, doors and conservatories available
PUBLISHED: 10:11 28 January 2019
If one of your new year’s resolutions was to improve your home – congratulations, CR Windows can help.
Many good intentions can fall by the wayside or fail to get the desired results. But investing in the right renovations to your home really can transform your day-to-day life. Or if you are thinking of selling, they can significantly boost the property’s value.
Adding a conservatory or orangery is a very popular option, both for increasing the value of a home and providing a whole new living space.
Orangeries are typically less ‘glassy’ than conservatories, with more solidity to the walls and roof.
Whether the architecture of your home is traditional or modern, there will be a design to suit it. A conservatory can take the form of an extension to an existing room, a ‘halfway house’ between the main building and the garden, or a new space to accommodate a playroom, office or gym.
Once you have one, you will probably wonder how you ever managed without it – and they are very attractive to buyers.
Alternatively, you could bring more light and a sense of space to your home by installing glass doors or French windows, leading out on to the garden or terrace. Bi-folding doors, which concertina sideways, give a very contemporary look and can be adjusted to let in as much air as you want.
Glass doors give a room a completely different feel and could be the starting point for a whole new style of décor, both inside and outside. They can be used to great effect in renovating a dated-looking property.
Another very worthwhile investment is new windows. Again, these can be a striking design statement and give an immediate lift to the property’s appearance. Double glazing, if you do not already have it, will keep the house warmer and is also good for reducing noise from outside; most housebuyers consider it essential. UPVC window frames are very good for providing both heat and sound insulation.
If you are having your windows replaced, don’t forget about your front door. Once your new windows are installed, the door may well look dated or scruffy if it does not match their style. For house sellers, one tip for making an immediate good impression is to make sure your front door stands out from those of the neighbouring homes by looking particularly smart, stylish and well-maintained.
If you are now feeling inspired to spruce up and add value to your home, you may be impatient to get started.
But planning your home renovation properly is crucial.
Badly-designed or installed windows, doors and conservatories can look awful and are likely to reduce the value of a property. It is also important to think about your home security; these are all potential points of entry into your house, and you will want to be sure that they will not be vulnerable to burglars or other unwelcome visitors.
This is the time to turn to an experienced, trusted group of experts, who can guide you through the home renovation process.
CR Windows in Bristol have 40 years’ experience in the trade and have earned four British standard industry-leading kitemarks. These include the BS7950 British Standard for the manufacture of high-security windows, coupled with the Secured By Design accreditation (Police Preferred Security Specification).
They will explain how their products can improve your home’s appearance, value and use of space, as well as issues such as energy conservation, noise reduction and security.
CR Windows manufacture their products on site and offer a 10-year guarantee, along with a repair and maintenance service. They also promise a friendly service, welcoming visitors to browse their large showroom without any sales pressure. They will talk you through their products, discuss the designs that will fit your property and your lifestyle, and give you plenty of time to make up your mind.
When it comes to installation, they will keep disruption to a minimum.
For more information on how to transform your home while adding value to the property, visit https://crwindows.co.uk or call 0117 906 1180.
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