Trade Price Conservatories Flourishing In Wake Of Credit Crunch

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Trade Price Conservatories post strong growth in contrast to the troubled UK property market, with people choosing to improve their homes rather than move.

I'm absolutely delighted with our growth this year which is in complete contrast to the general property market trend, which is in serious trouble right now. Our customers are choosing to improve their homes to achieve a higher property value for when the market stabilises and starts to recover, and adding a conservatory is a great way to do this

The property market in the UK may be in freefall at the moment but cash-strapped Britons are instead spend money on improving their homes rather than moving, resulting in Trade Price Conservatories posting very strong growth figures for 2008 so far.

In a time when household bills such as food, gas and electricity are soaring; 84% of Britons are consciously trying to save money according to a survey by Halifax Home Insurance, the same survey found that one in seven are even considering joint trips to the supermarket to save on fuel costs.

These factors have played into the hand of home improvement companies such as Trade Price Conservatories who are seeing customers choose to spend their savings adding value to their homes rather than opting to sell and move in a property market slump.

Owner Karl Muspratt commented: "I'm absolutely delighted with our growth this year which is in complete contrast to the general property market trend, which is in serious trouble right now. Our customers are choosing to improve their homes to achieve a higher property value for when the market stabilises and starts to recover, and adding a conservatory is a great way to do this"

Trade Price Conservatories are a leading supplier of DIY conservatories nationwide in the UK. To see their range of conservatories including the 0% finance range, see the company website at http://www.tradepriceconservatories.com

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