Getting value for money from conservatories
Do you get value for money by building conservatories is a question that very often comes to mind when homeowners are considering extending their property, but the answer can depend on what you consider as value for money – it does not all depend on building costs solely.
In terms of living space, you should be able to get the same amount of square footage at a lower initial investment by building a conservatory, but it’s not really clear which one would add more resale value to your home – standard home extension or adding a new conservatory.
In terms of ease of installation, conservatories are mainly classed as ‘permitted developments and as such, mainly only larger orangeries need planning permission (unlike a brick extension which would almost always need planning permission & building regulations approval) and can be built quite quickly.
Whichever option you decide to go for the true measure of value for money will depend on how much enjoyment you & your family get from the room.
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