Extending your home is an exciting prospect, as it should be! The thought of having additional space that you can take advantage of is one that most homeowners would relish, whether it's for storage, a place to relax or somewhere where you can entertain your guests for hours on end.
However, the whole process can quickly transcend into chaos if nightmare neighbours object to the plans. But can they?
In this blog, we take a closer look at if it is possible for neighbours to object to home extensions such as garden rooms and what you can do about it, hopefully providing you with some peace of mind if you plan on extending your home with a stylish new garden room.
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One of the many ways that homeowners up and down the country can add value to their properties is by building an extension that provides more space and greater functionality to their home.
However, building a full-blown extension requires a lot of time, planning and money, a heavy investment that comes with plenty of hassle and potential to go wrong.
Garden rooms, on the other hand, are a much easier choice that homeowners can opt for. They still add value to a property but come with far fewer issues as a result of their quick and easy installation and often little to no planning permission requirements.
But how does a garden room add value to your property exactly? In this blog, we take a look at the main areas where a garden room can boost the worth of your home!
Staying sane throughout the current lockdown has been a challenge at times, but one thing we've heard from a lot of SunSpaces customers recently is that their garden rooms have been enormously helpful in that regard.
Take Mr Usher, who added a SunSpace to his home in Middlesex a few years ago:
"We purchased our garden room (as well as some decking) from SunSpaces in June 2017. The room added the one thing our garden was lacking: additional covered space that we could enjoy late into the day, and which would give us shelter from the breeze and rain.
Our stylish glass sunrooms are fast becoming an extremely popular alternative to more traditional home extensions.
This is partially because our sunrooms can be installed with no foundation whatsoever.
So installing a SunSpaces garden room is far quicker and less labour-intensive than building a conservatory.
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