If you’re considering adding a conservatory to your Manchester home, you’ll no doubt want to know what advantages they bring. After all, conservatories can be a significant investment, so it’s important to ensure you’re making the right move.
Here are four reasons why you may feel a conservatory is a sound choice for your Manchester property:
1. Extra space
One of the key benefits of conservatories is they make a home more spacious. A conservatory is essentially another room in your house, which can be used to extend a kitchen or living area – or used for an entirely new purpose, such as a study.
2. Increase the value of your property
Conservatories can deliver a 108 per cent return on their outlay, according to figures from peer-to-peer lending platform Zopa published in This is Money. The company said the average cost is approximately £5,300, but most homeowners would receive £5,750 on their investment.
3. Add natural light
A conservatory is a great way to add natural light, which is useful in both the summer and winter. Enjoy entertaining guests in your extension when the sun is beaming or make the most of dwindling daylight hours as the colder months arrive. Either way, your conservatory offers the flexibility you need.
4. Protect your plants
Most conservatories are built with a high percentage of glass to let in light and provide better views of the garden. This means your conservatory can act as a miniature greenhouse, protecting your garden plants in the winter months when it becomes too cold for them outside.