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Does A Conservatory Add Value?

Does A Conservatory Add Value?

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If you are looking to increase the selling value of your property there are many ways that you can do this. We specialise in helping people not only create additional year-round space in their home but also getting more value overall from it too.

Does a conservatory add value? A conservatory does add value, although the initial cost does not seem appealing at first glance. The additional space makes your home more appealing to potential buyers, especially when combined with a solid roof which makes the space usable all year round.

Property experts believe that a conservatory is between 7 and 15% added to the average UK property’ valuation. This amounts to several thousand pounds so property owners can easily pay off some or all of their investment cost.

Phil Spencer hosts the hit show Location, Location, location Location has said the financial value of adding an additional conservatory for the family home can improve year on year.

Its yearly values are around £500-6,000 he says compared to the average value of a house in the United Kingdom.


To arrange your free, no-obligation quote, please contact us on the number below. All quotes require an on-site visit which can be arranged during the day, evenings and on weekends to fit around you.

If you have any questions or would like to book a no-obligation site visit and quote, please call 0151 327 8095 or send us a message using the contact form.

Appointments are available in the evening and on weekends.

Pure Conservatories are based on the Wirral, local for Liverpool and Cheshire, covering the North-West (and beyond if you’ll crack out the posh biscuits)


 

How does it add value?

There are many ways a conservatory can add value to your home. While the initial cost of construction is high (although not as high as you may think – call us for a friendly chat), it does not take long for a conservatory to pay off.

By providing an elegant space for entertaining or relaxing, you will be able to enjoy more time enjoying the views of your garden.

The payoff does not stop there as those who use their conservatories on a regular basis find that they have improved mental health and increased creativity.

Is a conservatory a good investment?

It does not take long for an investment in a conservatory to pay off. You can expect your conservatory to add between 10 and 15% to the value of your home.

This does not sound like much, but consider that when it comes to selling your property you are competing with others in the same space and having a conservatory (especially a solid roof conservatory), will set you apart when it comes to buyer appeal.

Does even a small one add value?

The answer is yes! You can have a smaller conservatory built on your home and still experience the added benefits.

They require fewer materials are cheaper to construct than full-sized glass rooms, so you will save money by investing in a small conservatory rather than going without one completely.

Is a conservatory better than an extension?

A conservatory does have an advantage over an extension from a potential value standpoint.

There’s also that all-important sense of space and increased light sensitivity that only nature can provide – some might say our homes are our environments even more than any other place in life we spend time.

More than this, here at Pure Conservatories we specialise in solid roof construction so your orangery or conservatory effectively is an extension without the price tag!

Add some kerb appeal

Front doors and windows are one of the first things potential buyers see. The first impression counts. Investing in beautiful entry doors is a good way to make an impact without spending too much.

Depending upon the size and position of your house the next thing people notice is usually the conservatory.

If your rendering or brickwork is in good condition then the combination of these external visuals usually entices people to want to look closer when looking to buy.


To arrange your free, no-obligation quote, please contact us on the number below. All quotes require an on-site visit which can be arranged during the day, evenings and on weekends to fit around you.

If you have any questions or would like to book a no-obligation site visit and quote, please call 0151 327 8095 or send us a message using the contact form.

Appointments are available in the evening and on weekends.

Pure Conservatories are based on the Wirral, local for Liverpool and Cheshire, covering the North-West (and beyond if you’ll crack out the posh biscuits)


What are the benefits and costs of adding a conservatory

A conservatory is a room that does not have the same functionality as the rest of your home does. Traditionally, they were unusable in the hot summer days or when it was cold outside but with the new Leka solid roof system your conservatory can now be used all year round.

The solid roof blocks the glaring sun and helps provide extra warmth in the colder winter months.

If you want an elegant atmosphere for your home without too many expensive renovations, a conservatory can be a great option. The cost of adding a conservatory will vary based on the size and location but generally range from £3,000 – £15,000 on average (your quote will be tailored for your property).

The features of a conservatory that add to the property’s value

conservatory adding value Beautiful architecture is what a conservatory does the most to help add value to your property. It also does the second most which is being able to create a space that is classically sophisticated with its Victorian or Edwardian details. A conservatory can act as a formal living room, an office and even a guestroom.

While a conservatory does add monetary value to your home, its main purpose is to provide an elegant space for you and your loved ones and this is not lost on potential buyers.

Natural lighting

Natural lighting in the conservatory is a great way to advertise your property – in essentially its best light. Natural light in a room is attractive to buyers.

More space

A conservatory affords more space and will not require expansion or transformation. There are lots of different types of conservatories available for you to choose from. You can choose one that fits your needs for the both space it provides and the space it requires.

Aesthetic appeal

A conservatory can make your home looks modern and attractive to visitors. The beauty of the home can help maximize the chances of success whether to sell the home or to plan for it in the future.

Conservatory sizes: what size adds the most value?

British buyers value gardens and outdoor space so be careful not to remove all of this space.

Large conservatories will help give you more internal space but please factor in the amount of outdoor space that you will lose as a consequence.

From a resale point of view, its square footage can net you about 3% per extra foot if the room is well used and cared for.

There’s also that all-important sense of being outdoors and increased light sensitivity that only nature can provide – some might say our homes are our natural environments, even more than any other place we spend time.

When it comes to the ideal size the conservatory size can add, value is usually in the eye of the beholder. It depends if your property still has a sizeable outside space and this is what your buyer is after, or if they prefer a smaller sunroom.

Your conservatory should blend with your existing property

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It’s vital that the new space seamlessly integrates with your house. Conservatories that look as if they are just sticking out of your house can seriously harm your property’s value as the potential buyer may view it as something which needs fixing.

The true level of value that this added depends greatly on how well your conservatory fits into its surroundings and this is why it is important to have your new living space fitted by professionals who understand how to integrate your new space as seamlessly as possible with your current property.

The new space should be well-planned and be well thought out. It should create continuity and blend well with the home’s interior style well as reflect our home’s style.

Conservatory design that does not compliment your home does a great job of highlighting the weaknesses in an otherwise beautiful home.

Consider adding something to make your new conservatory stand out from the rest.

This does not mean you need to go over-the-top but adding even small things like patio pots with flowering plants, hanging baskets or wall art does wonders to enhance your conservatory’s style and character.

Contact Pure for a friendly chat about adding a conservatory to your home which can be used all year round, this will increase the value not only that you personally will receive but make your home more appealing when you want to sell.


To arrange your free, no-obligation quote, please contact us on the number below. All quotes require an on-site visit which can be arranged during the day, evenings and on weekends to fit around you.

If you have any questions or would like to book a no-obligation site visit and quote, please call 0151 327 8095 or send us a message using the contact form.

Appointments are available in the evening and on weekends.

Pure Conservatories are based on the Wirral, local for Liverpool and Cheshire, covering the North-West (and beyond if you’ll crack out the posh biscuits)


Kevin Rigg

Kevin Rigg is the owner of Pure Conservatories. Pure Conservatories are conservatory builders specialising in solid warm roof system which allows you to use your conservatory all year round. Based in Wirral and serving the North West of England and Northern Wales.

By : Kevin Rigg