What are some of the ways to ensure that my conservatory is adding value to my home?
Maximising the amount of value that your conservatory is bringing into a house sale is obviously very important to our clients. Added value depends on factors such as: the quality of the build and materials (which we have covered above), how well your conservatory fits aesthetically into both your home and garden, and where your conservatory is positioned.
We all know that Exeter has some of the most gorgeous views around, and a conservatory that opens on to the beauty of its vicinity is sure to add plenty of value to your home. The actual amount of added value is largely tied to your home’s postcode, so make sure to do your due diligence. Talk to homeowners in your neighbourhood or look around online to find out how much similar properties in your area have benefitted from a new conservatory.
If you want to create the perfect Exeter conservatory, then please get in touch and chat to a member of the AGS team. You can also download our brochure or pop into our (COVID-safe!) Exeter showroom to get more information.
Other Ways to get Shade and Privacy in your Conservatory:
Remember that blinds and curtains for your conservatory aren’t necessarily an either/or proposition, plenty of conservatories have space for both.
One fashionable alternative – or addition to – curtains and blinds is shade sails. These can be fixed up in any uPVC conservatory with minimal effort, and allow for stylish, inexpensive protection from the sun’s powerful rays. As they are tied up, they aren’t as much of a permanent fixture as blinds or drapes, making them perfect for the conservatory owner who wants to keep their options open.
Whether you’re looking to get a new conservatory or upgrade your existing structure, we can help. Contact us today to discuss your options or drop by our Exeter showroom to see some of our conservatories in person.