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Lean to Conservatories

August 5th, 2009

Lean to Conservatory

The lean to conservatory is the first thing that comes into people’s minds when they think of a conservatory. This style of conservatory has been made popular by the high street diy stores offering them in lean to conservatory kits as a modular build.
Take a typical Lean to Conservatory, this flat fronted design is the most spacious and its internal spaces give you the most room for your money. With no diagonal facets its conservatory base is the easiest of all the conservatories to mark out and build. Its roof is usually polycarbonate with horizontal roof bars running from the house wall to the front of the conservatory. Its roof comes in two angles 2.5 degree and 5 degrees with plastic firings to fill in each end. Personally I would always go for the 5 degree options as the rain tends to run off quicker and the steeper angle inhibits moss and that familiar green slime that can build up over time. Always get the thickest polycarbonate roof you can I would say that a 25mm roof for your lean to conservatory is a minimum.

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Self Build Conservatories ….the beginners guide

June 30th, 2009

Self build Conservatories

Its early June and we are in the depths of a recession. There’s no point in trying to sell your house as you want the market to pick up and your savings aren’t earning any interest. You’ve decorated your house to death and your garden is all done and ready for a barbeque. So now you are investigating the possibility of a self build conservatory.

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Conservatory Kits

June 23rd, 2009

Conservatory Kits

Conservatory kits are a great way to improve you the value of your home if done well. Conservatory kits can also be cheap and nasty and create an eyesore.

It is a common misconception that all conservatory kits are the same. Well let me tell you now they aren’t. Like everything there are good and bad and like everything in life you generally get what you pay for. What they are, is great way of adding space and value to your home.

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How to build a Conservatory

June 18th, 2009

Building a conservatory is not as difficult as you think as long as you get the design right from the start. If you would like to know more then please read on.

The base for any conservatory is extremely important and your choice of base types is varied. There different types of base are denoted by the style of conservatory that you select.

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Diy Conservatories a great way to add value to your home

May 5th, 2009

Looking for a great way to add value to your home ? Then why not consider a diy conservatory. Our diy conservatories come in a various designs and if you can’t see the conservatory design that you want why not ring one of our technical team and see of they can help. With the credit crunch and money being tight why not cut out the builder and select one of our steel base systems.

These bases really take the strain out of the build. No worrying about will the structure fit no worrying will the builder turn up to start the job. With our system you are are in charge from the initial conservatory design through to the final completion. What a great way to save money improve your property and create that space you need. Diy conservatories that you price and build www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk