5 benefits of having a conservatory
House conservatory extensions have remained one of the most popular ways to expand a home, which is for many good reasons. In case you are considering to install a conservatory to your property, but you aren’t sure about its benefits, we have five brilliant benefits of adding a conservatory for you!
What is a conservatory room in a house?
A conservatory in a house is a specifically built room, usually attached to the side or end. It can be both a room and a greenhouse, made using various materials like brick, glass, wood, and even polycarbonate.
Most homeowners love conservatories as they can benefit from a lot of additional space where they can further imprint their personality and style.
Benefits of a conservatory
We would like to start our top five brilliant benefits with one of the essential advantages of adding a conservatory to your home. Research shows that having a conservatory can add up to 7% to your house’s value (which means that it could be more than £15.000)!
In our quick guide, you will find out everything you need to know about the benefits of installing a conservatory, including prices and advantages of having one.
1. Connects your home to your garden
Having a conservatory room in a house will link your home to your garden, whilst still protecting you from bad weather. An additional benefit is that you can use the conservatory as a kitchen or lounge, making it highly versatile and diverse.
In this case, our recommendation is to build your conservatory from glass fitted in wooden, uPVC or metal frames. And keep in mind that planning permission tends to be more comfortable for a conservatory when compared to an extension. This is simply because the extension must be identical to the rest of your house, which can slightly make the whole process of acquiring a permit a bit longer.
2. Creates more natural light
More light means a healthier life! It’s becoming more common to acknowledge that being exposed to natural light can improve your health, happiness, and overall productivity. Have you not heard on the radio how often presenters mention that getting daily exposure to the sunlight can improve our sleep quality?
The modern conservatory is a beautiful celebration of natural light, whilst unifying the inside with the outside of your property. This, in turn, allows for you and your family to enjoy the beauty of your surroundings. Spending time in nature and seeing it can significantly increase your energy, focus and creative flair.
Did you know that the average person spends only 5% out of their whole day in nature? This is simply because of our chaotic and busy lives taking over, keeping us away from what we may need and desire.
3. Offers practical space
Whether you are considering building a new house or adding on to your lovely home, conservatories are versatile and visually appealing. Having a lot of room and space means that you can get creative in expanding your kitchen or dining area, or even create a new space for entertainment or relaxation.
No matter your needs, a conservatory can meet you half-way there, and it can’t be compared to any other rooms in your home. For example, having a glass conservatory can be as conventional as a living or dining room, or you could specifically build it with a study room in mind. What about converting it into an artist’s studio or a playroom for the little ones? The possibilities are endless, and you will soon come to find that your conservatory will slowly become your favourite room in the house!
When we see something truly unique, we feel entirely drawn to it, right?
Seeing and being part of a unique experience makes us want to have that experience every day. A conservatory can spark something in your family that draws and makes everyone to want to enjoy each other’s company in a more pleasant and fun way.
If you want to add more allure to your conservatory, you could create a real showpiece! You can easily create a good ambience so you and your loved ones can relax and unwind after a busy day at work. What makes conservatories even better is that they conserve heat in the winter, whilst keeping your home cool during the summer months. This is due to their insulation that comes as a standard feature for many modern conservatories, making them very attractive to homeowners, no matter the season.
5. Wide variety of choices and lower prices
With a conservatory addition to the house, you can also benefit from a wide range of options, including:
- P-Shaped / T-Shaped
Our conservatories are made up of fully transparent roofs which fall directly onto walls made of glass, or windows. They can easily fit any requirements, as they are a unique combination of windows and doors in your preferred design choice. With these in mind, you can choose your own:
- Frame (contemporary and minimal, or Georgian for a more decorative style)
They all come manufactured in aluminium for high quality and durability purposes, and they can be easily coated to match almost any colour you’d like.
Many people prefer having a conservatory to an extension when thinking about the house conservatory price because extensins are usually more than £30,000. Whilst extension can be so expensive, conservatories cost as little as £3,000.
This is because conservatories are built using a lot fewer materials than extensions, whilst being attached to your home, instead of having to create an additional room.
For more information, we have a great article on what is the difference between orangery and conservatory. But if you want to see it for yourself, why not have a quick look at our range of external rooms and see which one fits the best with your property style, needs and wants.
If you would like to find out more information about how a conservatory could add value to your home and improve your lifestyle, get in touch with us today, or simply give us a quick call on 0116 2665 088 today!
Posted: February 15, 2021