Installing a lean-to conservatory has many advantages, not only because of it’s sleek and timeless design, but like many conservatories, it also adds more value to your home and much more. In our new article, we discuss the ‘Advantages of a Lean-to Conservatory’, if you want to find out more, then read on!
It’s no secret that lean-to conservatories as well as other types of conservatories add extra space to your home. You have the power to use this additional space in whatever way you want to, and most people typically use this space for a dining room or an extra living area. However, the choice is ultimately yours, for more ideas on how you can use our conservatory read our article ‘Different uses for a Conservatory.’
Added Value to your home
In many many places in the UK especially in areas such as Milton Keynes and Leighton Buzzard, conservatories are proven to be one of the most popular methods of adding extra value to your home. With a conservatory, you can add up to £9,000 extra value to your home. However, this only applies if it is a quality conservatory made by a well-established company. To ensure you get a quality build and you are working with a reputable and financially stable company, look out for the ‘UK Trades Confederation’ and the ‘FENSA’ accreditations. These awards are only handed to the companies considered the best businesses in the trade and the value of your home would no doubt increase when working with these sort of enterprises.
Increase Natural Light
Lean-to conservatories tend to utilise a lot of glass, so you get the benefit of allowing more natural light in the area, this is especially perfect for extended summers so you can easily bask in the warmth of the sun in the privacy of your home. They are widely known for their use of glass; they are also called ‘garden sunrooms.’
Lean-to conservatories are very adaptable. Whether your home is older or more contemporary, lean-to conservatories can look beautiful on either. Here at Crown Windows we offer customer made conservatories, so they can be tailored to suit the aesthetics of your home. In this day and age, the use of white and simplistic styles is considered modern. Lean-To conservatories can come in a range of colours, so variety is never an issue