Rather than moving to a new home when they want more space, many householders will add a flat roof extension. It’s a practical way to increase the room you have while also adding to the …
Most home owners want to improve their property in some way, either to add space, upgrade the décor or simply to add some value to the home. There are lots of choices out there nowadays …
What is the difference between Orangeries and Conservatories? An annoying issue for a lot of home renovators is telling the difference between seemingly identical terms or products, and this certainly applies to the confusingly similar – yet distinct – building extensions mentioned above. Semantics is something that presents difficulties in a lot of fields, and so of course is an issue in building. Here is your guide to the difference between the two.
Bifold doors have become a popular choice in a wide range of situations. When used in an extension they are the perfect solution for bringing the outside in and maximising the feeling of space; they are frequently used for separating a conservatory from a living room where they add style and maximise the light; and their flexibility makes them ideal for opening up living space to create an open plan environment while maintaining the option of closing them to create privacy.
Recently, one of our blog posts discussed the need for an attractive backyard, and how bi-fold doors looking out at that space can dramatically increase the value of your home. Well there’s nothing worse than knowing what you need to do without knowing how to do it. So for those of you with a creative block we’ve compiled a list of a few ways that you can make those sorts of improvements.
We love home renovations. Bi-Fold Doors are our specialty, but the enjoyment we get from using these beautiful additions to create memorable spaces carries over into all sorts of changes you can make to a home. Here’s a short list of things we see people doing, and that we think you should do too. They would all go beautifully with brand new, bi-fold doors!
Where does the drive come from to improve our living space? Is it a search for materialistic happiness? A dream of perfecting the home we’ve worked hard to acquire? Maybe we think it’s just something that needs doing. Potentially it’s a mixture of these, or for a greater purpose, but it certainly uses up a lot of our time – be that on the work computer, or whilst trying to fall asleep at night! A great way to improve your home quickly is with Bi-Fold Doors, and we’re about to tell you why.
In our previous blogs we’ve discussed what it is about the Bi-Fold Doors concept that is so appealing to homeowners and designers. We’ve talked aesthetics, natural lighting, energy efficiency and modernism. It’s now time we looked at a practical use in how they affect your social life.
Most of us will have heard that spending time outside is good for our mental and physical well-being, and many would be aware that the presence of plant life in offices has proven to increase productivity. But what you may not have realised is that basic visual contact with the outdoors – the sort you gain through BiFold Doors – can improve not only our productivity and natural contact with the environment, but have genuine positive impacts on our health. Tired of looking at the wall? Turns out you’re not the only one.