How Much Value Can A Conservatory Add To Your Home?
15th May, 2016
Conservatories are an incredibly versatile space, and statistics show that adding one to your home could add tens of thousands of pounds to its market value. But while a well-designed and well-built conservatory can create more value than it costs to build, it must also be remembered that a badly constructed one might actually lower the price of your home.
Making The Most Of The Space You Have
Conservatories can be the making of a house, and whichever end of the market your home is at, adding a conservatory is a sure-fire way to add interest and value to your property. They can serve as additional living space; as a pleasant sun lounge on long summer days; as a storage space; or somewhere to grow your pot plants. However you choose to use the additional floor space, they are always a strong selling point.
With the housing market still on the up, a bespoke conservatory – even if it costs upwards of £10,000 to build – is likely to add £30,000 or more to the value of an average house. Not a bad investment!
How To Make Yours A Unique Selling Point
If you want a conservatory to add value to your property, then the most important thing you can do is obtain advice from a qualified expert and have it specially designed. With many years of experience in this sector, at Solar Windows and Conservatories we offer practical help and craft tailor-made conservatory extensions, making your home stand out to potential buyers.
It is important to remember that a conservatory should feel like an integral part of the house rather than an ill-conceived add-on. Poorly designed and badly-built extensions are not only an eyesore but can deter buyers and drive down the value of your home.
Built with care and attention to detail, however, a conservatory could be the thing which ultimately clinches the deal and ensures that you obtain the maximum price for your house.