Deep down inside though they may not actually want to move, but feel as if they have no choice but to up sticks.
Well, they do actually – they could always have a conservatory or orangery installed to inject spaciousness.
The cost of buying a home extension and having it fitted doesn’t come close to what it costs to relocate.
In order to move house, you must pay a solicitor, estate agent, removal firm etc. and you may also have to pay stamp duty and various other associated costs. And, it’s not just financially where it can hurt you as you may have an emotional attachment to your house and have no burning desire to leave it. Moving house could also see you forced to leave loved ones that live close by behind and taking up residence in an area that you’re completely unfamiliar with.
It’s far more affordable and probably far less heart-breaking to just remain where you currently live and get a bigger property via one of these beautiful home extensions.
The many conservatories and orangeries available at ERG Scotland are multi-purpose and can provide any sort of setting.
You could use them as an extension of your traditional lounge, a site for dining under the stars, or a place you can go to when you need to complete some work away from the office. It will be tailor-made to your exact specifications.
Separately from the spaciousness they will provide, you can also expect them to add value to your property and make it more sellable if there ever comes a time when you would prefer to move.
We reckon you will be further motivated to extend your house once you have seen a number of conservatories and orangeries in our Invergordon showroom.
Whether you love it or hate it, winter will soon be here before we know it. Which means now is the perfect time to start…
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