5 reasons to invest in a conservatory
Conservatories can provide increased space, utility, light, and value to your home, but what are the main reasons to buy one? In this article, we’ll cover our top 5 reasons why we think conservatories can be a great investment.
Increase space in your home.
What homeowner would say no to a more spacious home? Whether your family is growing, you’re looking for more room to store your prized possessions or just a space to relax in the sun, a conservatory can be a great addition. Our trusted installers create bespoke conservatories that cater to your every need.
Increase your homes value
Prospective homeowners will look for any extra features they can get when choosing a home, and a well built, an attractive conservatory can help push you above your competition. Rather than having to make changes themselves, most buyers look for a home that has had improvements completed to a high standard before they move in. The care and thought that goes into the addition of a conservatory show potential buyers that your home has been well looked after.
Get more use from your garden
Most homeowners fail to use their gardens to its full potential. A conservatory can turn that unused space into an extra room that serves a purpose. Creating an extra room with easy access to your garden can encourage more frequent use and can serve as a space to store those muddy boots.
Use all year round
Modern advancements in insulation technology mean that you no longer have to wait until summer to get some use out of your conservator because it’s too cold, nor will you find yourself melting in the heat. At DGN we supply only Liniar windows, which have an advanced six-chambered uPVC windows provide industry leading insulation. And our trusted installers ensure that your new conservatory will have the necessary ventilation to prevent overheating in the summer.
Great for homeowners with a green thumb
With a huge amount of natural sunlight, conservatories are ideal for any homeowner that likes to grow their own plants or produce but struggles to get much use from the ground in their garden. A conservatory also removes the need for any extra protection or a separate greenhouse in the case that you are attempting to grow something that struggles in the regularly fluctuating British climate.