Choosing a uPVC Conservatory Over a New Car
At first, a car may seem more useful than a conservatory, but in terms of benefits to your life, the planet and your bank balance, a new uPVC conservatory is miles ahead of a new car.
uPVC conservatories cannot ferry your children around, and won’t save you bus fare, but will save you on your heating bill during the cold winter months. Also, considering the fact that uPVC conservatory frames aren’t made with wood (hence the name uPVC conservatory), less trees will need to be cut down helping the environment, and saving you from having to deal with rotten window frames.
Conservatories can serve many purposes and have multiple benefits. Having the expansion of living space could allow a home office to be built, eliminating travel time, allowing more time at home with loved ones, and saving money on petrol or public transport costs.
Alternatively, the space could be dedicated to the kids and be used as a play room, or it could simply be an expansion of the living room and because of uPVCs insulation features, whatever the weather you can enjoy the view and the natural light without having to face the cold, whatever the room is used for.
As well as adding space to a house, a uPVC conservatory would also add value to your property, which is something a car definitely can’t do, and because of how durable uPVC is you would have to spend little to no money maintaining your conservatory. A new conservatory would last longer than a new car with no maintenance.
A quick scrub with soap and water is all a uPVC conservatory needs to stay looking sparkling and new. To keep a car looking the same as when you bought it takes money and effort.
All things considered, a uPVC conservatory would be the better investment for any family. For the same price as a family car you get; an extra room in the house, which allows you to enjoy the feeling of being outside while still being inside; lower heating bills in the winter; savings on petrol and travel if used as an office; plus you lower your personal carbon emissions and save trees by choosing uPVC over wood, and you could probably think of more personal benefits of a conservatory too.
Not bad, if we do say so ourselves. Not only can you transform your home but you can create a wonderful space that your family will appreciate for years to come.