A conservatory is a fantastic addition to any modern home, whether you want to extend your living space or simply get closer to the outdoors. Perfect for all times of year, conservatories can be a tranquil place to relax and host family and friends. However, conservatories are also a great asset to your home, increasing its value and making it more attractive to potential buyers.
The value a conservatory can add depends on its size, quality, the property’s location and how it enhances the overall feel of a property. Towergate Insurance conducted a study in 2017 which suggested the value of a property can increase by 5% if it has a conservatory.
We design and fit conservatories in Somerset bespoke to your needs and preferences. Here are a few ways that conservatories can add value to your home:
As a conservatory manufacturer, we understand that south-facing gardens have their benefits. If you have a south-facing garden, sunlight will shine on your garden for a much longer amount of time throughout the day. This makes time in your conservatory much more enjoyable, especially during the summer months.
Improved quality of life
We all know how spending time outside and near nature can improve our mood, whilst eliminating stress and anxiety. Conservatories are a great place to ‘escape’ from the rest of your home and encourage you to spend more time near your garden.
Essentially, conservatories in Somerset act as an extra room attached onto the back of your home. This offers both you and potential buyers in the future both increased living and storage space, which are both valuable assets to possess.
Looks out onto an attractive garden
If your conservatory looks out onto a reasonably sized, well-kept garden with plenty of greenery, a conservatory will be more pleasant to spend time in. Greenery and nature can bring lots of calming effects that can have a positive impact on wellbeing. A conservatory with a nice garden is also a huge selling point for families who want to sit close by whilst children play outside.
Not too big, not too small
When choosing how you want your conservatory in Somerset to look, it’s important to get the size just right. A conservatory that is too small can make it difficult to transform it into a usable space without it being too cramped. Whereas a conservatory that is too big can use up garden space that could be seen as valuable by potential buyers in the future.
To find out more about Somerset conservatories or to enquire about a bespoke design, contact our friendly team at Notaro Windows. Give us a call on 01278 662298 today and we will be happy to assist you.