With our unbelievably hot summer out of the way, how can you make the most of your garden, without having to go outside? We could go on for days about the positives of a conservatory, but we’ve cut it down to five handy points.
Your conservatory can be used in so many ways. Whether it’s a dining room, playroom or just a chill out space, a conservatory will extend your space without an extension.
Brings Together Home and Garden
Gardens can often be wasted for most of the year with our soggy British weather, but you can still reap the benefits of a beautiful garden through large window panels.
Homebuyers Love Conservatories
When you eventually want to sell up and move house, a conservatory could help your cause. Many homebuyers look for the extra space and light a conservatory brings.
Research shows that a conservatory can add up to 7% to the value of a house. As long as the conservatory fits the style of your property, it can see you with a lot more money in your pocket.
Makes the Most of Summer
Most of our British summers are wet and miserable, but with a conservatory could mean you get to relax in somewhere other than your living room. Most conservatories still stay warm during the wet and cold weather.