Purchasing a new conservatory is a big decision. As with any investment, you’ll want to know the ins and outs before you take the plunge. That’s why we decided to write this article — to help you make an informed decision.
You’re probably wondering what a conservatory will do for you and your property. Will it affect the value of your property? Will installation be disruptive to your life? Will You be able to use it all year round? Read on for the answer to those questions, and more…
Here’s what a conservatory could do for you
1. Create space
Adding a conservatory to your property is a quick, cost-effective way to add to your living space. For example, this is ideal if your family is growing as it means you can expand your living space, without the need to buy a new property or pay for a full extension.
2. Add light to your life
Ever felt like you’re simply not getting enough sunlight in your life? If you live in the UK, then the answer is almost certainly yes! With a conservatory, you can bring some of that rare UK sunlight into your living space, throughout the year.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that a conservatory is only good for plonking a couple of armchairs. Built right, a conservatory can be anything from a dining room to a kids playroom.
4. Make more of your garden
It’s a shame to spend time and care on making your garden look great, only to spend a few months of the year enjoying it. One of the wonders of a conservatory is that it creates a seamless connection between your house and your garden. You’ll get all the pleasure of your garden while sitting in the warmth of your house.
5. Get growing
Conservatories have the added benefit of being a great place to grow house plants. As long as you’ve insulated your conservatory properly, it’ll be the ideal place to grow plants that need plenty of light but are too delicate for life outside.
6. Add value to your home
We talk about conservatories as an investment… because that’s what they are. In a competitive housing market, a well-crafted, carefully thought-out conservatory will add value to your property, usually paying for itself if not even giving you a little profit. So try not to think of it as expenditure — instead, think of it as an investment in your property (as well as your standard of living).
Ready to get started?
With all that in mind, we hope that you’ll be a little clearer on why a conservatory is a good investment. Choose the right one and you’ll enjoy generous returns both in the value of your property and the enjoyment you get from living in it.
If you’d like to talk to us about how to begin the process of designing and building your ideal conservatory, get in touch with us today!