Yes. A conservatory is thought to add between five and seven per cent to the overall value of your home, while double glazing throughout will add an extra ten per cent to your home’s value, while also saving you money on your energy bills.
Also, garden rooms are the next ‘big thing’ and having a bespoke well-made garden room in your garden is said to increase your property’s overall value by around five per cent or 1.5 times the cost of the building.
Yes, increasing your mortgage is an effective way of raising an affordable loan for home improvement products, which in turn will increase the value of your home.
Additional borrowing on your mortgage is the most popular way of financing home improvements for Brits.
Absolutely. The average UK home loses 25% to 30% of its heat through the window. On a typical UK detached home, you can expect to save between £210-270 a year if you change your single glazed windows to double glazing.
All of EYG’s windows are A-rated for energy efficiency as standard, making them among the most energy-efficient on the UK market.