What are the benefits of a lean-to conservatory?
Lean-to conservatories are some of the most versatile, and underestimated, styles available on the market. Here’s some more information about lean-to conservatories and the amazing benefits that they can provide a home.
What is a lean-to conservatory?
Also known as a garden sun room, lean-to conservatories have been a part of the English garden for nearly a century. With a spacious footprint, large expanses of glazing and a unique low pitched roof, a lean to conservatory creates additional space whilst maximising natural light and be easily fitted into awkward locations. Fitted in all manner of residences; from stately homes, to domestic properties, lean-to conservatories are a familiar feature of many British homes.
Benefits of a lean-to conservatory
There’s lots of unique benefits that a lean-to conservatory can provide your home. Here’s a couple of them.
1. Easily adaptable to most styles of property
With simple lines and slim sightlines a lean-to conservatory can suit most styles of traditional and modern home. The low pitched roof that defines the lean-to conservatory style makes the overall structure easier to install in awkward places, making them perfect if you want a conservatory but are worried about space constraints.
2. Very cost-effective
Lean-to conservatories are one of the most affordable and cost-effective types of conservatory available on the market. Thanks to their relatively simple design and structure, installation and maintenance costs can be kept to a minimum, saving you money. What’s more, the lean-to conservatories that we offer here at Majestic are supplied with A+14 rated glazing as standard; this can help keep heat in your home for longer, save you energy and reduce the cost of your heating bills!
3. More usable space
The large footprint and intelligent design of a lean-to conservatory makes it perfect for adding extra usable space on to your property. Lean-to conservatories are used as everything from playrooms and dining rooms, to reading rooms and offices.
4. Increased natural light
The incredibly large glazed areas that make up a lean-to conservatory make it no surprise that they’re also known as garden sun rooms. Capable of letting in huge expanses of natural sunlight, lean-to conservatories are one of the best structures from which to enjoy the summer months.
5. It can raise your house price
Property expert and home improvement TV presenter Phil Spencer, has estimated that adding a conservatory to your home can improve its value by up to 9%. This makes it an incredibly worthwhile investment if you want to both improve your home in the short term, and increase its potential value in the long run.
Invest in a lean-to conservatory today with Somerset’s best home improvement company
Majestic are one of the Somerset region’s best home improvement companies. We’ve been improving homes across Glastonbury, Bridgwater and Weston-super-Mare for over a decade. We’re also conservatory specialists. To find out more about our lean-to conservatories, feel free to call us on 01934 741 294 or send us an email.