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With house prices falling, why not raise a DIY 2 Go Conservatory

With house prices falling, why not raise a DIY 2 Go Conservatory
Category: DIY Conservatories
Posted: 31/10/2011 08:59
Synopsis: The DIY market in the UK is booming. With an average yearly spend on home improvements being around 7000 per year; why not ensure that this money is invested wisely.

The DIY market in the UK is booming. With an average yearly spend on home improvements being around £7,000 per year; why not ensure that this money is invested wisely. You can add value to your home in numerous ways, from simply re-painting a room at the price of just a few pounds to a full-blown extension which requires a more considerable investment. It has been noted however, that to add substantial value to your home the key is to expand the living space rather than mere cosmetic makeovers. With brick built extensions costing anything from £10,000 upwards, the option may be too costly for some people, and not to mention the chaos from builders invading your home for weeks at a time. Yet there is a solution: a DIY conservatory.

The option to build your own conservatory will not only save you the hassle and expense of hiring builders, but will also be considerably cheaper than building a brick-built extension, whilst adding just as much value to your home. You can add extra value to your home from as little as £1,614, a surprising figure when considering how much value it will add to the price of your property. To ensure a smooth and professional construction each conservatory comes with its own product information manual; but if further help is required the website houses masses of technical information and a technical support line, just in case.

Design is a crucial factor in making home improvements into credible investments, diy2go.com simplifies the design process into manageable steps, ensuring that even those with little or no design skills will be able to design a conservatory of their dreams. The website allows you to custom design your bespoke conservatory to suite your specific need; as a conservatory has many different uses: it can provide dining space to houses that don't currently have it; it can be a playroom for the children; an extra sitting room from where the views of the garden can be enjoyed; or even a light and spacious kitchen. Whatever the use, adding a DIY conservatory could be the most sensible investment you could make.


Posted by Nikki Gee

DIY 2 Go Conservatories is one of the UK's leading online DIY Conservatory and Garden Building retailers and supplies a huge range of conservatories, orangerys and garden buildings.


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