As a homeowner, you likely think from time to time about the overall value of your home. Of course, it would be good to know that your initial investment has increased over the time that you’ve lived in your home.
Of course, we don’t just mean the monetary value of the property, it’s also important to ensure that your home is comfortable and well-kept throughout.
No matter whether you’re looking to sell your home or upgrade your space to make it more comfortable for your family, some home improvements can hugely improve the overall value of your home, a conservatory roof conversion included.
How Could a Conservatory Roof Conversion Improve Your Home?
Having a conservatory that is comfortable and inviting will create a great space to relax in the house. Allowing in natural light and providing you with a view across your garden, a conservatory will be a very multipurpose space. It could be a family living room, a conservatory or more simply an oasis of calm where you can sit and read.
Of course, a conservatory can pose as quite the investment for many, however, there will be quite a few tangible benefits that simply aren’t possible with any other type of home investment. These benefits include:
- Saving money on your energy bills,
- Saving money on repairs you’d usually perform on glass and polycarbonate roofs,
- No additional costs for insulation panels,
- No need to pay for a whole new extension,
- An increase in property market value.
Essentially, investing in a conservatory roof conversion could offer you a variety of savings and financial benefits.
How Much Value Can a Conservatory Add?
Of course, the exact figures will all depend on the current position of the housing market and the location of your property. However, on average, a well-insulated conservatory could add around 5-12% to the value of your property.
Other Benefits of a Conservatory
Should you not be thinking of selling up your house immediately, there is a huge range of additional benefits that you could enjoy, should you invest in a new conservatory roof conversion.
The Perfect Temperature
Too hot in the summer, too cold in the winter. Sound familiar? Any long-term conservatory owner will likely identify with the annoyance that is a troublesome, uncomfortable conservatory.
However, most of these problems are caused by glass and polycarbonate conservatory roofs.
A conservatory roof conversion can do wonders to solve this issue, ensuring that you’ll be able to use your conservatory space all year round.
One problem that we come across time and time again with polycarbonate roofs is leaking. This is due to cracked and slipped polycarbonate and glass panels that allow in water. However, this moisture will also encourage the growth of mould.
A conservatory roof conversion will eliminate these problems, and make the space fully waterproof.
Reduced Sun Glare
Having a conservatory with a glass see-through roof will lead to huge amounts of sun glare in the summer. What’s more these roofs will also magnify the sun’s rays, making the conservatory space uncomfortable.
Having a conservatory roof conversion will mean that you can enjoy long summer days in your conservatory, with a much-needed barrier protecting you from the sun above.
Choose a Conservatory Roof Conversion Today
Should you be thinking of selling your home, and you’re looking for a way to increase the overall value of your home quickly, don’t feel as though you have to write off a Guardian Warm Roof.
Here at BJC Joinery Ltd, we can install a Guardian Warm Roof and transform your conservatory in a matter of a few days, all with minimum disruption to your home.
Should you be looking to invest in a Guardian Warm Roof to increase the value of your home, make sure to get in touch with BJC Joinery today, either on 01224 713 719 or email our team at email@example.com.