Don’t move house – create your dream kitchen diner with a Conservatory Roof Conversion
Do you wish you had a kitchen diner extension where the kids could do their homework whilst you’re cooking? Or are you dreaming of a beautiful living space where you could entertain family and friends?
Many people decide to move house because they are looking for a home that suits their lifestyle better. It may be they want a kitchen diner, a second living room, a playroom or an office.
But what if there was an easier solution than moving house or building an extension? If you have a conservatory that is currently underused because it is too hot in summer and too cold in winter then you are missing out on living space in your home. We can help you reclaim that space so you don’t need to move with a conservatory roof conversion.
A new kitchen diner without moving house
A conservatory that leads off from the kitchen should be an ideal dining area but, because of temperature problems that often exist with conservatories, people rarely use them as dining space. Perhaps you are one of the many people who don’t even open the conservatory doors for months at a time.
Instead of moving house or extending to get the kitchen diner you need, we have a simple solution that will make the conservatory into a warm and comfortable space all year round.
Installing a Guardian Warm Roof on your conservatory will solve the problems of heat loss in winter and over-heating in summer. The excellent insulation it provides means you will be able to use the room all year round. What’s more, a Guardian Warm Roof conservatory roof conversion meets all building regulations. This means, subject to the correct approvals, you can remove the internal doors leading into the conservatory and create an open plan area that flows from the kitchen. Laying the same flooring throughout will complete the impression of this as a single space. Now you have a dining area leading from your original kitchen that allows diners and the cook to be in the same space together.
A conservatory roof conversion – what is included?
The new roof on your conservatory will include insulation, plastering and electrical works. When the tradesmen from Projects4Roofing leave you home you will have a finished room that just needs painting.
How long will it take?
A conservatory roof conversion takes, on average, just seven days. That means you could soon be enjoying the benefits of extra living space. To find out more about creating an all-year-round living and dining space with your conservatory, contact us.