While an obvious solution may be to move house, this is increasingly stressful and costly. Therefore, it is often a last resort.
Instead, making a few changes to your home can make a big difference to the spaciousness of your home, which is particularly useful during the summer months, when the kids are off school and space is even harder to come by.
Decluttering is no one’s favourite task, but it is an important process when aiming for a more spacious home.
Don’t attempt to do it alone, depending on how long you’ve lived at your house, it can be a long and tedious task!
For any items you no longer need, donate them to a charity shop or promote them on Facebook Marketplace to make some extra money. Understandably, there will be items you won’t want to give up, and we recommend adding more handy storage spaces.
Let more light in with our super-slim aluminium windows, and in turn, create the illusion of a larger space.
With more glass and less frames, more natural light will enter your home. If you’re replacing outdated windows with bulky frames, you simply won’t believe the difference.
Large glazed doors
We all plan to use our gardens more when the sun is shining and the installation of patio, bi-folding and French doors will ensure your outdoor area is made the most of.
Whether opened or closed, natural light will pour into your home, making your home feel incredibly spacious, thanks to their slim, elegant frames.
And when they are open, you will be able to enjoy a cool breeze too.
If your home is feeling a little on the cramped side, speak to our experts for advice on how to combat it.
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