How Much Will A Conservatory Add To The Value Of Your Home?24/06/2016
Many people are looking at ways to increase the living space available in their home, without the upheaval of having to move to a larger property. If that sounds familiar, a new conservatory can be the ideal way of not only creating an additional room, but also increasing the value of your home in the process.
For the past ten years TV presenter Phil Spencer has been finding property for the popular show Location, Location, Location – so if anyone knows a thing or two about the value of a conservatory it is Phil. Writing in an article for The Telegraph in 2010, he said:
“Extending your living space is always a good idea, but the danger is that your conservatory ends up looking like something just bolted on the back. Make sure the conservatory matches the style of the rest of the house.
You can enhance the feeling of space and flow by installing the same flooring throughout your downstairs living area. It leads the eye on and ensures that the conservatory feels part of the rest of the house. A conservatory can add around 7 per cent to the value.”
At Conservatories Etc we can supply and install beautiful conservatories in a variety of styles – giving the impression it has always been there and is not a bolted on afterthought.
• Georgian & Edwardian
The high roofing system of our Georgian and Edwardian designs means that your new conservatory will be flooded with light. With a square, box shape design, we can help you to maximise the interior space you have available and generate plenty of room for furniture, plants, utility items or just somewhere for the children to play.
Our Victorian conservatories have a unique and timeless style about them. Modelled on the design of the summerhouses found in stately homes, they feature a rounded end which offers perfect views out over your garden – so you can create a stunning second living room or dining room in which to entertain friends and family.
If you would like to add a touch of gravitas and grandeur to your property, gable end conservatories can do just that. They reflect the long style garden rooms found on many large country houses and offer high ceilings and excellent use of floor space – allowing you to create an open and airy extension.
Often referred to as a sunroom or a garden room, lean-to conservatories are a great choice if you are limited for space in your garden. Our lean-to conservatories are pitched at an angle which complements the profile of your property, creating a simple and effective extension of your property.
Not sure any of our standard designs are suited to your property? Do not fear - we can help you create a bespoke design which blends seamlessly with the rest of your property. With a variety of finishes from which to choose, your new conservatory will become a truly imaginative and striking feature of your home.
To discuss the most appropriate design for your property, get in touch and speak by calling 01953 600505 or emailing email@example.com.