Double Glazing on The Web has a wide network of trusted conservatory installers operating throughout the UK. Their conservatory installations are carried out to the very highest standards.
At Double Glazing on the Web we use a trusted network of local installers who are fully accredited and vetted. They will carry of a technical survey in order to make sure that all building regulations have been adhered to.
If there is a need for planning permission for your new conservatory they will take the necessary steps in order to make sure that it is a simple and hassle free process. They will provide you with all the information and advice you need so that your conservatory installation is an exciting and enjoyable experience.
Your Conservatory Installation
When installing a conservatory in your property there are a number of considerations to take into account. There are a wide range of conservatory styles to choose from. It is important to choose the style that will best compliment your property. There is a choice of window and door furniture to consider and various roofing material options.
Once you have decided upon the ideal conservatory for your home that will give you the extra space you want then there are some technical details that need to be accurately managed.
Whilst it is certainly true that there are a lot of things to consider when having a conservatory installed in your property, there is no reason why it cannot be an enjoyable experience. Double Glazing on The Web is here to help you receive the perfect conservatory installation.
Choosing Your Conservatory
Our conservatory quotes calculator makes choosing a conservatory simple. You can browse through a wide range of conservatory styles and choose your preferred method of conservatory instalment.
Once you have decided upon your conservatory design and have selected all the options that will make your perfect conservatory, then we can take care of the rest. Double Glazing on The Web will put you in contact with one of our trusted, local conservatory suppliers who are experts in the installation of conservatories.
Peace of Mind
Every conservatory installer we put you in touch with is fully accredited so you can have complete peace of mind. They will arrange all of the details for you and provide you with all the information you need so that your conservatory installation is convenient and hassle free.
They will carry out a full technical survey and ensure your installation complies with current building regulations. If Building Regulations is required, they will undertake all necessary steps to ensure planning permission is obtained.
Before your conservatory is installed, they will also show you CAD (Computer Aided Design) drawings of how your conservatory will look. This gives you the opportunity to see how it will fit with your property and surroundings.
Talk To An Expert
If this all seems a bit daunting then don’t worry. We are here to help. If you require any further advice or have any technical questions that need answering regarding conservatory installations then our experts are only a phone call away.
Contact us on 0800 015 5679 and we will be able to give you all of the information you need free of charge. We can also put you in touch with a trusted conservatory installer near you.
Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions
Frequently Asked Double Glazing Questions
How Much Does A Conservatory Cost?
Your conservatory cost will depend on its specification. Your conservatory size, style, finishes, glazing and build are all factors which will determine the overall price. The good news is, you can now calculate the cost of your conservatory online using our handy online quote builder.
Do I Need Conservatory Planning Permission?
Conservatories are seen as a permitted development, however you may require conservatory planning permission if you have a listed property or if you are living within a conservation area.
Should I Buy A DIY Conservatory?
A DIY conservatory can be a great option if you have the required knowledge and building skills. It can be an expensive choice however, if anything should go wrong. The best thing about a supply and fit conservatory is that your installer takes care of all of the work for you, this includes any building requirements or planning permission.
Why Should I Buy A Conservatory?
A conservatory is an affordable way to extend living space and will prove to be a worthy investment over time. Not only does it help improve the value of your property but it provides you with a multi-functional space to use all year round.
What is The Best Type of Conservatory?
When choosing the best type of conservatory for your home, your property and garden size as well as style have to be considered. For example if you lack garden space, you don't want a conservatory build that is going to be too overpowering. There are conservatory designs for all types of home and specification so any property, traditional or new can benefit from this airy extension.
Can Double Glazed Windows Reduce My Heating Bills?
When you install double glazing in your home or commercial property, it is likely that the extra heat retention will lessen the need to use central heating systems. In turn, this could mean you see a drop in heating bills. If you are concerned about your energy bills, it is easy to compare business energy or home energy online.
How Much Is A Conservatory?
A Conservatory is cost-effective way of expanding your home without needing planning permission in most cases. Conservatory prices start around £6000. Please refer to our pricing guides below to see how much a conservatory may cost you, or start a quote today.
Can Conservatories Only Be Made Out Of uPVC?
Conservatories can be made out of uPVC, timber and aluminium – it really depends on the style you want for your home. However, uPVC is the cheapest material to make a conservatory out of; timber and aluminium are significantly more expensive. Please check our pricing tables below to get more of an idea on costs or start a quote with us today.
Do I Need Planning Permission To Build My Conservatory?
In most cases, you do not need planning permission for a conservatory, however, it must reach certain guidelines. For example, it cannot exceed the height of the original structure of the home. Please check your local council site for more details (links are found in the 'Gateshead Information' section).
How Long Will My Conservatory Last?
Depending on the materials used to build it, the installation and the general maintenance for a conservatory, they usually have a life span of anywhere between 10-30 years. UPVC conservatories, on average last about 20 years.
How Much Does a Conservatory Cost?
Prices on conservatories begin around £6000, however, this will be dependent on the shape, size and style of your conservatory. Please refer to our pricing table below to get a better idea on how much a conservatory will cost or start a quote with us today.
What Materials Can You Build A Conservatory With?
Conservatories can be constructed with either timber, aluminium or uPVC, the latter being the cheaper material out of the three. Please consult our pricing guide below to get a better understanding of what a new conservatory may cost you.