One hates a draft, especially when it gets in the way of your furry friends nap schedule!
Delight your pet at the prospect of snoozing behind triple sealed doors, the ultimate in weather protection from Rodda & Hocking. Now they can nap draft free all year round and you can enjoy lower heating bills.
We even offer a free cat flap for your favourite furry friend, however they may still prefer the window!
A recent survey conducted by SellingUp.com shows that 70% of prospective home buyers said that when looking for a new home, a conservatory is right at the top of people’s wish lists.
In a survey of more than 2000 people looking at which features of a property would make it more desirable to purchase, after size, location and condition, conservatories and double glazing were regarded as the next most important considerations when purchasing a home.
What value might a Conservatory add to my Home?
Leading home improvement experts suggest that a conservatory costing between £4,000 and £10,000, done correctly, could increase value by five per cent – an average of around £15,000. Some experts suggest the right looking conservatory can even increase value to seven percent.
How do I choose the right conservatory?
To get these returns however, you have to ensure that you avoid a cheap conservatory which looks like it has just been “bolted on” to the property. To ensure maximum value from your investment, you should choose a conservatory style with matches the rest of the house.
For example, if the wall adjoining the conservatory is built with red bricks, a matching red brick base to your conservatory will match it to avoid it looking out of place. Be careful of floor to ceiling glass all around your conservatory as it may appear more like a greenhouse.
Another tip is to enhance the feeling of space by installing a large doorway between the house and conservatory, and installing the same flooring as your downstairs living area throughout the conservatory. This ensures that the conservatory feels like part of the house.
Energy Efficient Glass Is a Big Selling Point
Choosing thermally energy efficient glass for your conservatory is a wise choice. With latest glass technologies the loss of heat through a conservatory today is minimal. At Rodda and Hocking, we use Planiterm Total + with Argon Gas, which offers up to three times more insulation than standard double glazing.
Install Solid Conservatory Roofs For Even More Added Value
Conservatories are most commonly known to have glass roofs, which are a great way to bring more light into the room. However, solid conservatory roofs are becoming much more popular, which make your conservatory look more like a full extension rather than a conservatory.
Solid conservatory roofs are also more energy efficient and can transform conservatories into all year round living spaces which resist drastic temperature fluctuations.
To be in with a chance of winning all you have to do is like us on Facebook using our entry mechanism below. A winner will be drawn on 18th December ready for that lucky person to get spending before Christmas!
Winners will be chosen at random from all valid entries.
A winner will be contacted once the winner has been drawn
The competition will run from 1st December until 18th December
Meet Last Years Competition Winner Jen!
Here is a picture of last years competition winner, Jen English, holding her Love2Shop Vouchers. Jen said:
“I’m so thrilled to have won the Rodda & Hocking facebook competition. I hadn’t heard of Rodda & Hocking before but would definitely contact them if I’m ever in need of a window, door or conservatory.”
Get ready for winter by ensuring you have energy efficient double glazed windows throughout your home
With Winter fast approaching now is a better time than ever to invest in energy efficient double glazing. At Rodda & Hocking we supply and install the very latest in glass technology and are a certified Planitherm retailer.
With Planitherm A rated energy efficient glass, you can expect anything up to 22% of savings in heating bills compared to non double glazed windows. are typical but each home will vary. Example is for a semi-detached, 3 bedroom UK home saving £179 per annum for an A rated window (source Glass & Glazing Federation and Energy Saving Trust) with an annual gas bill of £800 (source: Department of Energy and Climate Change).
From our many years of hard work and high standards we are delighted to announce that Rodda & Hocking is now BSI Kitemark approved.
The BSI Kitemark for BS 8213-4 guarentees a premium standard for the survey and installation of windows, doors and rooflights, so you can rest assured that our services are delivered at the highest possible standard. The Kitemark certifies that our installations are completed safety by expert installers and use the best materials giving you complete peace of mind.
Here is a statement from Bob Kerr, the owner of Rodda and Hocking: “The British Kitemark is an internationally recognised logo that symbolises quality and perfection. For our company to be accepted and recognised as giving world-class service to our customers is very satisfying and makes everyone at Rodda and Hocking very proud…”