Do You Need A Conservatory?
Ever heard yourself saying “I wish I had somewhere to relax” or “We really could do with some more room”? Well if you have then you may have considered buying a conservatory but been undecided wondering if it’s worth it. Well of course it is! There are many benefits of adding a conservatory to your home.
The benefits of a new conservatory:
An improved home inside and out.
A conservatory not only transforms the interior of your home, but it also changes the garden. The extra living space you create in your glass room allows you to enjoy the garden whatever the weather, and today’s modern conservatories are designed to be used all year round so even on cold winter days you can enjoy using your conservatory.
During the summer months open up the conservatory and enjoy the views and the natural light there’s nothing quite like a room flooded by natural day light. A conservatory will frame your garden allowing you to sit back and relax and admire the views.
The main advantage of a new conservatory is of course the additional room you gain. But what this new room will look like is down to you, there are a variety of designs and styles to choose from and in various materials. The fun part is choosing your new conservatory and get creative, conservatories have evolved over the past few years no longer just a white plastic box on the side or back of your property.
Today’s uPVC conservatories are available in a wide selection of colours, with the choice of using duel colours so for example you may choose a classic grey exterior frame and have a white interior to make the fittings in your home.
Timber conservatories can be either stained or painted to match your windows and doors, and woods like oak and teak will weather naturally.
Whether you choose a wooden or uPVC conservatory the design options will be the same there are 4 main styles which include Edwardian, Victorian, Lean to and Gable end.
In addition to the 4 main styles the newest style of conservatory is the Veranda and Livin room conservatory.
The Veranda conservatory has been built around the lean to conservatory design; it is mainly built from glass which allows so much more light into your conservatory. The Veranda also has a unique roofing system that extends out over your decking or patio. The home owner has the choice of fully glazed walls or a combination of masonry walls and fully glazed walls.
The Livin room conservatory has a perimeter ceiling which forms a perfect area for the installation of down lights. The Livin Room can be coupled with either glazed or masonry walls (or a combination of the two) to create a whole new dynamic to the space.
A conservatory is not limited to be a room where you just sit and relax. Conservatories are a great place to entertain; hosting a dinner party or birthday the conservatory makes life so much easier. From romantic dinners for two by candle light to fun children’s birthday parties the conservatory is the place to be.
Fancy adding 15% to your properties value? Well that’s what a conservatory can add. So whether you are thinking of selling or not you are in a win-win situation! Buyers will be attracted to the fact the additional space has already been added to the property rather than the potential for it to be created.