The Advantages of Having a Garden Studio Conservatory
For sure you may have seen one around your area if you’ve taken the chance to look. Or, you may have read some type of informational or promotional literature on them online.
I’m of course referring to garden studios which happen to be one of the latest popular trends in home improvements, and upgrades.
So then what are the actual advantages of having a conservatory built in your yard?
And by the way, prefabricated garden studios go up so much quicker and easier than in the past. Advantages over and above simply owning one, and the increase in monetary and aesthetic value that it brings to your home and property?
The first advantage worth noting is that it allows you a place to be alone so you can concentrate on any projects that you may be working on. It can be a place where you can really get down to business, and concentrate in completely uninterrupted.
Then again if you want to be the noisy one a garden studio can function just as well the other way around. A place where you and your guest can talk and carry on openly, with no one to tell you to please turn down the music.
Then again if you’ve been considering a project to add more square footage to your home, a garden studio is a very sensible option for a broad range of reasons. First and foremost though, you need to consider that a conventional attached room addition is the least cost effective way to go about it.
In fact any square footage that you add this way will cost more per foot than the existing living area. To do it you see requires tearing into your existing structure, so it’s substantially more costly space to add than square footage when a new home is built. In short it won’t reflect back 100% in your home’s value.
A garden office on the other hand, needless to say is a much cleaner, quicker, and more cost effective way to give you more living area. Also because the units come ready to go in prefabricated form you don’t have to endure a month’s long construction project with a gaping hole in the side of your home where a wall once was.
It’s a home improvement investment that can reflect back financially 100% and even higher in some cases. Money that you can put into your home that you won’t face a loss against which is how the best home improvement jobs should be. Also because they are prefabricated you don’t need to hire an architect, or an engineer for the project.
Don’t think however, that just because you don’t use an architect for a garden studio that you are in some way limited with regards to design or creative input. You see, there are a huge range of designs to select from and a whole list of options for add-ons, and decorative features.
See more about designs & prices at conservatorypro.co.uk/conservatory-prices-2020