How a garden room can help increase the value of your home

Angus Mackintosh May 22nd, 2021

If you want a time-efficient and cost-effective way of adding a little bit of value to your home when you come to sell it, constructing a garden room could be just what you’re looking for.


Building this simple structure separate from your house could make effective use of your garden whilst your there, and it could increase the selling price if you’re looking to move to a new house. The great thing about garden rooms is that they can be whatever you want them to be – whether this is a gym, living space, office, or even your own home bar. This means that garden rooms will appeal to potential buyers of your house as it will allow them to possibly make their dream a reality. You never know, your potential buyer may have been wanting a home gym or something similar for a long time, so having this additional unique space may be the ultimate selling point when it comes to closing a deal.


Designer Garden Rooms can offer you garden rooms with high quality, ethically sourced materials, guaranteeing you a premium build that will last a long time. Therefore, if you’re looking to sell your house, the garden room should be still intact after many years due to the expertise that goes into crafting these builds, despite any extreme weather that might be thrown at it. Building a Designer Garden Room is an investment rather than an insignificant purchase that is easily broken. You can put your faith in us with our garden rooms’ long-life expectancy, allowing you to know that the garden room could add value to your home in the many years to come.


Additionally, garden rooms are less disruptive to build than a normal extension because they are, essentially, a little detached house. This makes the building process fairly quick, efficient, and you probably won’t even need planning permission, adding another couple of positives to this investment. Whilst an extension could add value to your home, building a garden room can also do this – but in a reduced time, potentially less money, and with a touch of uniqueness that sets it apart from the hustle and bustle of your home. Garden rooms may appeal to many buyers because it is separated from the main house – it offers a place of quiet, especially if people find it hard to work or relax with other family members living in the same house. This could be especially true for people who work from home since they must be able to concentrate.


A garden room allows you to add floor space in a hassle-free way whilst giving that modern wow factor to potential buyers. This great addition will interest buyers in your property and will make them not want to miss out on this deal, especially as outdoor living trends have been on the rise in these past couple of years. The added value could cover the installation costs of building a garden room, making this purchase a worthwhile investment.