There are plenty of great reasons to add a conservatory to your home. Here are just some of them.
Versatile Living Space
By building a conservatory, you get additional space in your home. This can be used for all sorts of purposes, from extending a living room to creating a new dining area, a toy room for children or a garden room that lets you enjoy the views outside. With so much versatility, most people have no problem in finding a purpose for a conservatory that suits them. When a conservatory is built well and blends in with its neighbouring rooms, the space can flow seamlessly from one room to the other without the feeling that it has been bolted on to the house.
If you need more space at home, a conservatory makes for a cost-effective option. According to What Price, having a conservatory built could actually be cheaper than moving home into a bigger property. It could also be more cost-effective than converting a loft, garage or basement.
If you’re looking to add value to your home, having a conservatory built make sense. It can increase the price of your property by as much as 7%.
Improve Light Levels
The beauty of a conservatory is that the large percentage of window glass lets in lots of natural light. This can help improve your mood on a gloomy day and makes a good space to spend time in if you need to do tasks that require lots of daylight. Since glass absorbs the sunlight, a conservatory warms up quickly, making it a pleasant place to sit and relax. To make the most from the insulating benefits of the glass in conservatories, choose good quality uPVC windows from a reputable supplier, such as www.keanewindows.ie/, who offer uPVC windows in Dublin and elsewhere.
Bringing the Outside In
Many people appreciate having a conservatory for its ability to connect the inside with the space outdoors. As well as offering the best views of the garden, a conservatory is a boon for gardeners who might want to grow tender plants but don’t have a greenhouse. Working just like a greenhouse, if your conservatory has windowsills you can start plants off early before growing them on outside, or you could grow exotic species that are happy in the warmer climate of the conservatory.