Verandas VS Conservatories
Are you stuck between a veranda and a conservatory for your home? If you are, it’s no surprise. Both allow you to extend your living space whilst enjoying views of your garden and keeping sheltered from the weather. It’s important to note that they both offer their own pro’s and con’s and therefore, the benefits you are looking for will determine which of the two is best for you.
That’s why we have outlined the main pros and cons of each below to help you make your choice.
- An enclosed, locked room
- Fully waterproof inside
- Quiet often too hot to sit in, in the summer
- Quiet often too cold to sit in, in the winter
- Extends your indoor living space only
- Experience the fresh air all year round
- Can store outdoor equipment underneath
- Available with lockable sliding glass doors to fully enclose it
- Fully waterproof roof with high UV protection depending on the roof material chosen
- Extends the use of your garden and your indoor living space
- Almost undisturbed views of your surroundings
- A standard veranda can’t securely store items throughout the year as there’s no doors to lock
- Not fully unclosed – unless you upgrade to a glass room
As you can see above, there are many pro’s for the veranda however, it depends what you are looking for so make sure you read through the list and tick the benefits that apply to your needs.