Google Rating
4.9
Based on 134 reviews
×
js_loader
Five Reasons Why You Should Install A Conservatory ASAP

Five Reasons Why You Should Install A Conservatory ASAP

Looking to revamp your home environment with a conservatory but unsure about the specifics? We’ve got you covered. This blog will provide you with the copious amounts of benefits that come with installing a conservatory. From additional space to increase the value of your property, a conservatory can truly enrich your home and your life. Here are five reasons why you need to get yours installed as soon as possible!

Serotonin that comes from natural light

One of the best parts of having a conservatory is exposure to natural light, which is a vital aspect of our overall physical and psychological wellbeing. Exposure to natural light can be very beneficial for our sleep patterns, concentration levels, productivity, and happiness, and it also helps our bodies produce vitamin D. Moreover, the natural light acts as a natural heater, especially in the summer months, so you won’t need to worry about racking up money for heating!

Increases the value of your property

A home with a conservatory is very effective in terms of attracting potential buyers. People will love the idea of having not only additional space but a piece of their [potential] home that is connected to the garden. In addition, having a conservatory can increase the overall price of your property by up to 5 per cent, which could be over £15,000. This will take away the stress of getting below your asking price, should you wish to sell your home in the future.

Bridges the gap between your home and garden

Conservatories are the best of both worlds; you’re technically outside and at one with nature while simultaneously in the warmth of your home, especially if you have one with a solid roof and glass sections as opposed to a full glass roof. You also get to gaze out into your garden and admire the views as you snuggle up in your lounging area!

Cheaper than an extension

Typically around £30,000+, extensions can really break the bank. Conservatories are a more cost-effective option. Depending on how luxurious you want your conservatory to be, the budget can of course vary but a simple conservatory addition will not break the bank as much as a full extension, also no planning permission is required! The main reason they are faster and more cost-effective to install is purely due to the fact conservatories require a lot less material than extensions. Conservatories are further evidence that you don’t have to sacrifice your bank account to have a beautiful addition to your home – especially one that has countless benefits.

Solid roof conservatories are the way to go.

If you’re sold on having a conservatory installed but are unsure which one will suit you best, let us present you with solid roof conservatories, which can also include as little or as much glass as you wish. The main reason why the solid roof conservatory takes the lead is that it is excellent in terms of insulation, which is what you will need when winter rolls around. Having a glass conservatory will lead to an increase in heating bills due to their reduced insulation. They will also look a lot better aesthetically, as the tiles come in an array of colours and styles that you can tailor to your preference. If you want your conservatory roof to match your home, that can easily be done, and it will look more organic. This option provides more of a usable extension style build, but staying in a more attractive price range! 

At Hayley Windows, we can transform your living space dreams into a reality with our knowledge, experience and fantastic network of trusted tradespeople. Our goal is to help you reach yours, and we will be with you every step of the way. From initial designs and advice to managing the building process, we’ve got you covered. Whatever your budget may be, we will offer you the most suitable options with the highest quality. So don’t hesitate to get in touch with us, and we can get started on turning your ideas into a masterpiece.

Share this post

Scroll to Top