diy conservatory fitting services


Build a conservatory base

September 22nd, 2008

Here at diy conservatory quote we are always looking for ways to make the Diy Conservatory build process easier. To help you in this process we work in partnership with DURABASE and if you look at our Durabase

Added glass roof pricing to Diy Conservatory Quote

June 15th, 2008

Our bespoke quotation pricing just got better at www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk we have just added glass roof pricing to our website. The online pricing engine allows you to select your conservatory price and then your glass roof type. Your price is displayed as an extra over price that shows the additional cost for the performance glass (instead of the polycarbonate) and includes the increased structural requirements.

Conservatory Box Gutters and Existing Walls

June 4th, 2008

 

At www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk we can design your conservatory to allow it to join existing walls. Effectively instead of buying the usual 3 sided conservatory you want a 2 sided conservatory, for instance, with a front wall and one side only. We tend to use a 225mm box gutter, that has a box gutter height of 102mm and a front to back depth of 225mm.

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Coming Soon

May 29th, 2008

At www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk we like to keep ahead of the competition. In the next two weeks we will be launching our new online Conservatory Glass roof quotation service. This means for the first time you will be able to not only get accurate bespoke conservatory prices on line but also an extra over cost for the upgrade to a glass roof. www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk will be one of the first sites to offer this service in the UK.

Can I extend my current conservatory ?

May 29th, 2008

In a word “YES” but its not going to be the easiest of jobs. To start with you need to go back to the original firm that you purchased it from and then give them the option to quote for the work. This is for a number of reasons, they will have your original drawings and will be aware of any system upgrades from the profile company that you have decided to have an upgrade from.

I would say however in most cases it is far easier to take the original one down and start again. The complexities of joining two separate roofs and making sure that everything matches and looks fresh and clean will be a tall order for most companies. If you are going to consider having an upgrade on your original conservatory the cheaper option may be to keep any existing walls that you require and take down the measurements of any door apertures that are present.

Using www.diyconservatoryquotes.co.uk free quoting service you can soon see the project costs and we will be more than willing to work with you to any bespoke dimensions.