There are many different things to think about when buying conservatories. Like, do you need planning permission? What’s the right one to buy?
In this short guide, we’re going to look at the four most common questions asked about conservatories, which will give you an insight into the benefits they can bring to your home.
1) Conservatories: What is the right type to buy?
Interior design is subjective. So, to say what sort of conservatory is the ‘right’ one for you is hard to tell.
Nevertheless, we know through years of experience of designing and installing conservatories that uPVC is the most popular material.
The designs that are most in demand are the Classic and Edwardian; both of these add a fantastic additional living space, which is hassle free to upkeep.
2) Conservatories: Do you need planning permission?
Most of the time you don’t, but there are several steps you can take to see if you do. The first one is to contact us; we will help you if you need assistance to apply for planning permission.
3) Conservatories: Why should you invest in one?
The most popular reason is to increase your living space. It can help save you moving home. Moreover, a conservatory can become a peaceful place that links your house to your garden. You can sit back and relax and enjoy the views of your garden while remaining comfortable.
4) Conservatories: Are they all the same size?
They’re not. Each conservatory is unique; it is designed to fit the individual requirements of your home and, also, to complement its exterior and interior.
Looking for a conservatory? Get in touch
We hope that these short answers to the four most popular questions we’re asked about conservatories give you a better idea of having one design and fitted. If you’re interested in getting a free quote for having one installed, call us on 0500 388 488 now.
Money well spent
"I was broken into and the door was badly damaged. The original door was cheap so I purchased a 40mm UPVC door from The Advanced Group. The quality difference is night and day and this door will definitely withstand a kicking. Money well spent."
Mrs Allan - Dalkeith Feb 15, 2015