Some choose to do this because they don’t have the necessary finances needed to relocate, whilst others opt for a home extension as they love the unique atmosphere and surroundings that it provides.
You may be contemplating following suit and having your own conservatory fitted at home. We applaud your decision if you do as a conservatory will prove beneficial in at least six different ways:
As we’ve mentioned previously, some opt for a conservatory as they cannot afford the many fees associated with moving elsewhere – deposits, mortgage costs, stamp duty, legal costs, removal costs.
A conservatory costs a fraction of the cost of relocating.
When a conservatory design complements the architectural styling of your residence and almost looks as though it is a natural extension of the house, it will normally increase the valuation of the property by at least around 5 per cent.
It may also make your home more appealing to buyers if you ever decide to put the property up for sale.
You can utilise a conservatory however best suits you. We have come up with some examples of its multi-purposefulness:
Your garden will be the centre of attention throughout the summer so it only natural to want to embrace it as much as possible.
Adding a conservatory onto your home will unite the two areas and when you integrate patio, French or bi-folding doors to the structure, you will have the option of creating a gorgeous gateway into the garden.
Traditional conservatories often provide insufficient thermal efficiency causing them to feel incredibly cold in winter and stifling hot in summer.
Contemporary conservatories are the complete opposite as they incorporate energy efficient glazing, frames and a thermally efficient roofing system. This means that you can enjoy exceedingly comfy extended living throughout the year.
With so much glass included in a conservatory design it is inevitable that lots of natural light will flood in.
Natural light is renowned for making rooms feel deceptively more spacious and most conservatories are generously spacious anyway.
Orion Windows has the most extensive selection of conservatories with various styles available for all types of property. Explore the full range here.
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