People Who Live In Glass Houses....

A new report out suggests that over 66% of architects have reported a rise in popularity of traditional glass extensions.

With this rise in interest in glass, property expert and TV presenter George Clarke takes us for a tour around his own property explaining how he has brought ‘the outside in’.

George gives his top tips for people planning to enhance their house with glass. In addition, he explains how people can add value to their property through glass. The Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) estimates that a glass extension or conservatory could add 5% to a property value.

600450 People Who Live In Glass Houses....
Date: 10 September 2007

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