Three simple ideas to expand your living space
When you’re living in a big city, you want to use every bit of space you have. In a seething metropolis of souls, everyone is looking to do the best with what they have and expand their scope. There’s a few ways that you can do this, and a lot of people don’t even know how. We’re taking a look at three simple ideas for you to use to expand your living space.
Open up your roof
If you don’t have space on the ground for a garden, then why not open up your roof and create a garden up there? It may sound unrealistic, but it is a legitimate way of expanding the space that you have and also ensuring that you’ve always got some excellent views insight. Installing a top of the range roof hatch will ensure that you can get up onto the roof, where you could put some garden furniture and flower beds to give the entire upper section of your property a completely unique and beautiful garden space. Of course, there is the bonus that by doing this you can add up to 25% value to your home.
Convert the garage or basement
If you have a property which has a garage or basement, it might just seem like storage space or something you don’t even use that much, especially if you don’t own a vehicle. To take full advantage of this, why not convert the area into another room? You could add roof lights, create windows, and turn the area into an entirely new and improved environment for anyone to use. Alternatively, you could use a sun tunnel, which collects daylight from domes placed on top of the roof, and reflects it down a tube through a diffuser located at ceiling level, which distributes the light evenly throughout the room. This produces a brightly lit space within the room while reducing your energy costs and improving the health and well-being of individuals.
Create underfloor storage spaces
If you have a lot of stuff that you need to keep in storage, you could move it to an underfloor storage space which then frees up the entire space above ground for you to use. This could be accomplished by opening up the space below ground, installing a floor access hatch and filling it out. You don’t necessarily need to use it as storage space, as there’s potential to convert it into something such as a swimming pool or a hot tub. If you’re using an access hatch, then there’s no limit to what you can do with the space underneath your home.
Overall, these are just a few simple ideas for people to maximise their living space when living in a big city where space is limited. When you work with the space you have and think outside the box, there’s a lot more that can be available to you than you may imagine. Surespan Covers can help you with this, as we have all the products you’d need. For example: access hatches, sun tunnels and roof hatches for you to use to make the most out of what you’ve got.
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