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The veranda, an additional living room

The veranda, an additional living room



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Open to the outside but protected and comfortable, the veranda is a natural extension of the house into the garden. Depending on the needs of its owners, the veranda can be used as a winter garden or terrace, enlarge a kitchen, link two buildings together, close a balcony or simply bring light into the house. Thanks to new materials, solar control and heating, today, all uses are possible as long as the veranda is of good quality. A veranda is almost always custom made to fit the personality of the house and its occupants. It can harmonize with different architectural styles by marrying the shape of the house or on the contrary, by playing with the forms when it is a real extension. It can indeed be as round as square or oval. Everything is possible and the imagination has no limits. Be careful, however, not to break the overall aesthetic of the house or to crush it by a veranda whose surface would be disproportionate. On the price side, there either, no limit. One can find small prefabricated PVC verandas for 1500 euros. For a non-standard model, count instead a minimum of 15,000 euros. For a large veranda (15 to 20 m²), plan well 30,000 euros. And for a very nice veranda in wrought iron or steel, count no less than 2,000 euros per square meter.