It can be a hard time for many garden lovers when the days become shorter, and they have to spend more time indoors.
And, if you have the spare cash floating around, you may have considered having a garden room built in your back garden to help you stay in touch with the outside world when it gets chilly.
Of course, having a garden room built is no small feat, and you will likely have to set a fair amount of money and time aside to allow professionals to build such a structure for you. This can leave many homeowners in two minds about whether or not it is worth having such a home addition built at all.
There are some benefits to consider, which will be listed below, so read on and enjoy!
Additional Living Area
It is a common theme that when you have lived in a home for a long time (especially with young children), it can feel suffocating.
In years gone by, extensions to the back of the house were the way to alleviate this issue, but with gardens taking the forefront of home improvements, more people than ever have turned their attention to Garden Rooms UK instead. So, if you need a bit more space in your home, this is the best way to get it, and, unlike an extension, it usually won’t require planning permission.
Adds Value to Your Home
As mentioned before, if you are looking for an area to build upon to add value to your home, the garden is the best space.
And having a garden room added to the back of your property can certainly add an immense amount of value to your home, should you wish to sell it in the future.
Most people have hobbies that require some time alone to complete.
Say you are trying to learn an instrument; you may find that in the first few months, it is going to sound a bit, well, off. And if you are practicing it in your home, other people that you live with will likely be affected by the noise.
Having a room away from your home but still on the property allows you the privacy that you need to complete any hobby you wish without causing disruption to the people that you share your home with.
If you want to extend your home comfort outside, then you will undoubtedly be looking at a higher-end garden room with central heating and maybe even running water.
In this instance, the area can double up as accommodation. This is ideal if you have an elderly family member who you want to live with you or if you have regular house guests and there isn’t a room for them to stay in.
OK, so at this point, you may be wondering how much the entire build will cost. But that’s the best part! When it comes to garden rooms, there are types available to suit all budgets, meaning that when looking for a designer or builder, you will likely be able to find one within your price range.