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Lean to Conservatories

Thursday, May 3rd, 2012

If you are looking for a great cheap conservatories that doesn’t compromise on quality go to www.diyconservatorydeals.co.uk

Diy Conservatories Scotland

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010

Here at diy conservatory quote we specialise in Diy Conservatories for Scotland. Unlike our competitors we do not charge an extra delivery fee. In fact our free delivery policy applies to the Scottish mainland just as it does to the Up mainland. We can also deliver to the isles but there is a nominal fee to cover the cost of going over the water. However if you are prepared to collect we will deliver to a UK port of shipping agent for free or why not have it delivered to a friends Scottish mainland address.
With the building regulations Scotland being different to England always make sure that you tell our technicians that this is conservatory for Scotland they will then add the changes that the Scottish warrant officers will look for. This can include additional ventilation upgraded glass to give better U values or why not take advantage of our 35mm Polycarbonate roof offer.

Self Build Conservatories ….the beginners guide

Tuesday, 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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Celsius Performance Roof Glass

Monday, January 26th, 2009

Celsius glass is the original high performance glass for conservatory roofs. It stands out from the crowd with its blue tint giving your conservatory that modern look. Its unique coating reflects 72% of solar energy that’s almost three times as much as glass making it ideal for keeping cool those south facing diy conservatories.

In an economic climate where saving energy is a key deciding feature Celsius out performs standard glass by 50% and so reducing heating bills. But what else does celsius offer ? Well in noise reduction tests it reduced noise by 100% compared to 25mm polycarbonate. In addition it reduces glare by 44% compared to normal glass, but most importantly with its easy clean coating water just runs off taking most dirt and grime with it. No more dirty conservatory roofs to clean. Why not ask for a price with Celsius glass or enter you details into our website and a free price quotation will be sent to you to include the Celsius glass roof price.

Can I extend my current conservatory ?

Thursday, 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.



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