Home improvement can come in many different forms, and nowadays it’s not unusual to see home improvement efforts extend into the garden. Although the humble garden has always been a hive of activity, the way it in which space is taken advantage of in the modern age is much different to that of years gone by.
As well as acting as a respite and a play area, more and more people are looking to take advantage of the space available in their garden and look to extend the space available within the home while doing so.
In the past, making use of space may have led to an extension or conservatory, and while these options offer plenty of value and benefit for the homeowner, they can be costly, and they don’t always offer what the homeowner is looking to achieve.
Fortunately, the way in which we make use of the space in our garden has evolved, and garden pods bring a whole new dimension to the garden that doesn’t have to be expensive.
Garden Pods are an attractive addition to any garden that is affordable, practical and adaptable and can be constructed without planning permission in most instances.
Enjoy Your Garden in a New Way
There’s no doubt that spending time in the garden is one of the best ways to unwind, but sometimes we’re at the mercy of the weather. The installation of a garden pod allows homeowners to enjoy their garden at any time of the year.
Those looking to enjoy a coffee on the winter mornings as well as those looking to experience the luxurious colours of the fall can do so up close without discomfort.
Those that enjoy watching the comings and goings of nature, such as birds feeding can use the Garden Pod to ensure you’re in the perfect location to witness nature as the day springs into life.
Garden Pods are modular buildings that are insulated, making it as comfortable as any other room in the home. There are also several different aesthetics to choose from, so homeowners can be confident that the Garden Pod they use is complementary to the rest of the home.
No Danger of Affecting the Surrounding Area
One of the concerns that come to mind when considering any form of new space is how it will affect the garden. Given how much time many put into the maintenance of their garden, it stands to reason that they don’t want to see their hard work undone, nor do they want plants and animals to be affected by construction.
Garden Pods are designed with the environment in mind, so when placed in the garden they’re not going to have any detrimental effect on anyone enjoying the garden, not will it affect wildlife or plants.
As such, the use of Garden Pods is a more attractive solution that the complication an extension to the property could bring.
As a garden pod doesn’t have to be connected to the main property itself, there are more options available when it comes to the placement of the Garden Pod, allowing for more aesthetically pleasing solutions that don’t look out of place.
Further Benefits of Garden Pods
As well as allowing homeowners to enjoy their gardens in an innovative way, the way the Garden Pod is used can be tailored to the homeowner’s requirements. So regardless of whether you’re looking for some additional sleeping quarters or just want something different for social gatherings, there are very little reasons as to why a Garden Pod can’t meet your requirements.
What’s more, should a homeowner decide to sell their home, the Garden Pod could add some additional value to the home. Of course, if those selling a home would rather take the Garden Pod with them, then this is also an option.
The adaptable nature of Garden Pods by Urban Pods ensures that those looking to make an improvement to their garden while acquiring some additional space in the process make them an affordable and eco-friendly way of doing so.