WHY HAVING A BALCONY IS BETTER!
You may have seen balconies on other properties and thought to yourself that they look impressive, so why not give yourself the same upgrade on your own home? If you needed any further convincing, here’s a few reasons why having a balcony is better…
In terms of value per extra square footage, a balcony will increase property value considerably. They give home owners a less time-consuming option to building an extension and are arguably more attractive too.
Adding a balcony means that visitors can make the most of it by spending evenings and warm days out on the balcony. And of course, there’s the opportunity to dine alfresco on the balcony.
Balconies can provide homeowners with maximum living space. Balconies give you that additional area of space for people, and whether you live in a large property or a home that is cosier, the extra space is usually more than welcome.
If you don’t have a huge amount of garden space or live in a busy area, what better way to get outside and get some fresh air than to step out on to your brand new balcony space? In fact, the relaxing element that a balcony offers is unrivalled. Taking the time to stand on your balcony and soak in a pleasant view is nothing short of amazing!
It really doesn’t matter how big or small your balcony is, you can fit some kind of mini-allotment in the space. You can add a nice injection of colour to look at if you’d like to grow some flowers, or if you’re keen to grow your own fruit and veg, you have easy access to your balcony for green-fingery!
If you have a pet, and you spend a lot of time out of the house during the day, having a secure space like a balcony is a great way to let them get outside and have some fresh air/go to the toilet. As you will know, having a pet locked inside all day is definitely not recommended, so why not let them enjoy some of the outdoors while you’re out?
Here at ANY Weld, we can provide you with a range of bespoke glass balconies, so why not get in touch with us today and find out how we can help you?