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Conservatories & Windows Direct

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Conservatories & Windows Direct are suppliers and installers of high quality energy efficient Conservatories, Orangeries, ...
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Home Improvements At Homecare

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Homecare specialise in quality yet affordable home improvements. We Manufacture and Install quality upvc Windows Doors and...
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Jg poly renovations

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We are a family business with over 25 years experience. Qualifications in bricklaying & pointing a NVQ in electrical des...
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Top Glass Renovations

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Top Glass Renovations is a family run business who have been in the home improvement sector for the last 20 years. We pro...
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Optimum Construction Group

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Optimum Construction is proud to be classed as one of the area’s leading building contractors covering all aspects of buil...
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Warm Roof Specialists

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Release Your Conservatory's Potential!Turning your conservatory into a liveable room all year round whether it be full til...

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08 Aug

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stafford - ST17

Enquiry from: Janet Y

Start Date: Immediate

customer in stafford area has requested that we arrange quotes for their upvc conservatories project.mrs are considering various options and would like to discuss with a conservatory installer directl...

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04 Aug

Building Work | Conservatory Base

Stafford - ST17

Enquiry from: Gillian B

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Customer is looking for Conservatory Base quotes. They are unsure of options so would like to discuss. Confirmed interest via email/SMS/ Customer lives in Stafford area Please call to arrange an appo...

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03 Aug

Conservatory | Solid Roof

Stoke-on-Trent - ST6

Enquiry from: Jo D

Start Date: Immediate

Call back anytime. Type of conservatory: Edwardian Approximate age of conservatory: 18 years Quote requested on solid conservatory roof, to be supplied and fitted.

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02 Aug

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stafford - ST17

Enquiry from: Gillian B

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two new sealed units for conservatory each measuring approx. 73 x 142.5 cm. please quote to supply and fit. thanks are you the property owner: owner what level of service do you require: design, suppl...

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02 Aug

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Burton-on-Trent - DE15

Enquiry from: Claire F

Start Date: Immediate

homeowner conservatory upvc supplied and fitted please call to appoint

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01 Aug

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stoke-on-Trent - ST9

Enquiry from: Sharon P

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homeowner conservatory upvc supplied and fitted please call to appoint

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31 Jul

Conservatory | Repair

Burton-on-Trent - DE13

Enquiry from: Pete J

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one panel of the conservatory roof has moved. i would like it moved back into place and fixed. if possible i would like remaining panels checked. are you the property owner: owner of the property wha...

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26 Jul

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Burton-on-Trent - DE14

Enquiry from: Ella B

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customer made an online enquiry for a new conservatory. homeowner confirmed interest via email/sms//phone considering a range of options homeowner lives in burton-on-trent area upvc supply and instal...

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26 Jul

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stoke-on-Trent - ST9

Enquiry from: Sharon P

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glass roof with uv protection to replace polycarbonate. also replace a side panel of windows with doors onto patio. will require knocking out part of dwarf wall and removal of radiator. conservatory ...

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26 Jul

Conservatory | Repair

Stafford - ST17

Enquiry from: Dawn B

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Hi I have a conservatory that leeks from where it joins the house both sides please could you help Regards Dawn-Conservatory Repairs - Leaking Conservatory Roof Repair

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22 Jul

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stafford - ST16

Enquiry from: Simon A

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5230 x 3000 conservatory: full glass with hipped roof or solid roof comparisons please: Durabase or Durabase Plus

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19 Jul

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stoke-on-Trent - ST4

Enquiry from: Sugath E

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Call any time. New build or replacement: New build Brickwork present: No Style of conservatory: Unsure Quote requested on a conservatory, in hardwood, to be supplied and fitted.

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08 Jul

Conservatory | Solid Roof

Stoke-on-Trent - ST4

Enquiry from: J B

Start Date: Immediate

Call anytime Type of conservatory: Other / Unsure Approximate age of conservatory: 10 years Quote requested on solid conservatory roof, to be supplied and fitted.

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26 Jun

Conservatory | Solid Roof

Stafford - ST17

Enquiry from: Chris D

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Replace current plastic corrugated car port roof which stretches the width of a semi detached house. To include flashing to prevent any leaking.

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22 Jun

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Cannock - WS12

Enquiry from: Scott B

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customer is looking to have a conservatory installed at their home. homeowner lives in the cannock area. customer isn't sure what type of conservatory would be best so looking to discuss options with...

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13 Jun

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Stafford - ST17

Enquiry from: Alfredo S

Start Date: Immediate

Replacement of conservatory polycarbonate panels, 9 panels

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10 Jun

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Tamworth - B77

Enquiry from: Jemma B

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customer made an online enquiry for quotes for a conservatory via one of our websites. customer lives in tamworth area and is considering a range of options for their home. upvc supply and install pl...

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10 Jun

Conservatory | Repair

Burton-on-Trent - DE13

Enquiry from: David M

Start Date: Immediate

Leaking roof-Conservatory Repairs - Leaking Conservatory Roof Repair

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05 Jun

Conservatory | Repair

Tamworth - B77

Enquiry from: Dean R

Start Date: Immediate

repair conservatory roof and potentially replace guttering around house. are you the property owner: owner of the property what part of the conservatory requires work done: conservatory roof what type...

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18 May

Conservatory | uPVC | Supply & Install

Uttoxeter - ST14

Enquiry from: David G

Start Date: 1 to 3 months

customer made an enquiry for upvc conservatories and confirmed on the quotatis site they would like quotes from a conservatory installer.customer lives in the uttoxeter area and would like a call to d...

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How much do Conservatory Installer services cost?

How much do Conservatory Installers charge? Costs for Conservatory Installers in 2022 can vary depending upon the kind of work that you require to have actually performed in your house. It's the question we get asked a whole lot "how much do Conservatory Installers cost?". It's generally better to have an idea of how much a Conservatory Installer will likely charge for their assistance. Rates will change based on the products and the tradesperson chosen. The table shows the sorts of task that Conservatory Installers generally do as well as the regular cost series of these tasks. Some projects take longer to complete than others so prices do differ by project.

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The average price
of a Conservatory Installer in Staffordshire is:

£11,669

Conservatory Installer job Conservatory Installer cost in 2022
Wooden conservatories in Staffordshire £45,000-£69,000
Conservatory in Staffordshire £6,000-£9,200
Orangery in Staffordshire £15,000-£23,000
Diy wood conservatories in Staffordshire £9,200-£13,800
Diy conservatories in Staffordshire £2,320-£3,480
Aluminium conservatories in Staffordshire £4,500-£6,900
Diy aluminium conservatory in Staffordshire £2,320-£3,480
Conservatory base in Staffordshire £675-£1,035
Conservatory repairs in Staffordshire £1,125-£1,725
Pool enclosures in Staffordshire £6,000-£9,200
Sunroom in Staffordshire £15,000-£23,000
Conservatory roof in Staffordshire £3,750-£5,750
Lean-to Conservatory in Staffordshire £3,900-£20,000

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Conservatory Installer FAQs

How to clean a conservatory roof?

The roof is the place that your conservatory is most likely to get grubby, but cleaning it is easy. You shouldn’t need to use any powerful cleaners – just warm water and a mild detergent.

The best tool to use to access your conservatory roof is a telescopic brush. This will help you get into corners and high areas without needing to work from height. You can use a ladder to help you clean your conservatory roof, but you should be very careful to avoid leaning it against any glazing

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Consider investing in a telescopic cleaner with squeegee, brush and mop attachments to help you achieve a great finish on your aluminium conservatory.

what is an orangery?

Getting its name from it’s original use and commonly mistaken for conservatories, orangeries were developed about four hundred years ago to help protect citrus fruits from the winter frosts. An orangery is basically a room extension featuring a flat perimeter roof, brick base as well as a central roof lantern including doors and windows. Even though it originates from Italy and made more modern by Holland’s architectural development, orangeries have grown to become an ubiquitous phenomenon within the British society with thousands of the extension being built every year. They’re built in a similar way to conservatories, however, orangeries are typically developed from a brick base and usually making use of a stone or brick pillars to provide support to a flat roof perimeter. Also, the common choice for an orangery is a central roof lantern including glass panels or vent windows. Unlike conservatories which usually make use of patio doors, orangeries are more likely to have more complex bi-folding door system - enhancing the visual appeal of the extension in a more unique and stylish way.

Orangeries typically incorporates less glass when compared to a conservatory - thereby, allowing a moderate amount of natural light into the space. This way, you would not have to go outdoors to enjoy the sunlight during the summer months. Generally, the extension also offers a atrium-style ceiling height while also protecting your space from excessive sunlight and adding character to your home.

In conclusion, orangeries are an excellent choice when it comes to extending your home - be it to make a room larger or adding a new room all together. Ultimately, they go a long way to add incredible value to your home for resale purposes. Orangeries are best installed by seasoned professionals in order to ensure the best outcome.

how to build a conservatory?

How To Build A Conservatory

Conservatories are a perfect means of creating an extra living space within your home. They can serve various purposes which includes serving as an avenue to entertain guests, a playroom for the kids and can even be used as a home office, they’re able to open up your property without having to break the bank for the highly expensive renovations. So if you wish have a conservatory constructed in your home, it’s either you do it yourself or hire a professional. Doing it yourself will help you save some money but can also end up disastrous. So if you lack the confidence to undertake this project by yourself, then it’s strongly recommended that you hire a professional who can guarantee the best results. In this guide, you’ll discover all steps required to build your own conservatory.

✓ The Base. Due to its durability and cost, concrete happens to be the most used material for conservatory’s base. Firstly, measure the enough area to accommodate the conservatory. Dig at least 1 metre deep and ensure it’s level. Fill with damp membrane and pour your concrete mixture in evenly till it reaches level ground. Once done, make sure that the base is totally dry before erecting the conservatory

✓ Building. Basically you can start by constructing the walls and ensure that they’re sturdy and secure, putting into consideration their measurement.

✓ Roofing. Good news here is, DIY conservatories will already come with the roofing in place, so you won’t have to bother about this stage when building. They usually come with an acrylic roof which is easy to install and maintain.

✓ Flooring & Finishings. Starting from the roof, ensure that there’s sealant on all areas where air can pass through. For the flooring, you’ll have to choose your patio slabs or tiles to go outside of the structure. You can apply these with a thin layer of concrete or onto screed flooring.

Why have an aluminium conservatory?

There are several reasons why an aluminium conservatory installation is a great way to expand your home.

Firstly, it’s strong and durable. This means that as well as providing you with a conservatory that’s more secure, this frame material will also last longer and cope with harsher weathering that wooden or uPVC conservatories.

Aluminium also offers more design possibilities. It can be bent into custom shapes, making it ideal if you want to create a unique, stylish home extension. It comes in a wide range of colours, so you can coordinate it with your existing property.

An aluminium conservatory installation can also help you maximise light in your home. They have very thin frames compared to wood and uPVC, so they’re a great choice if you want to let in as much daylight as possible.

What is the cost to repair a conservatory?

If you’re conservatory leaks every time it rains, has degraded roof or is apparently worn, then it’s high time some repair and maintenance work is carried out. However, several home and property owners tend to overlook this type of repair work because they believe it’s going to cost them a lot of money. In reality, this need not be the case when you work with any of the accredited tradespeople or companies in your local area as they’re always able to provide quotes that’ll suit your budget. If you’re wondering what the cost of repairing your conservatory is, then you’ve come to the right place! In this post, we’re going to give you an idea of a conservatory repair cost range. Let’s take a look!

First and foremost, it must be stated that there’s no single and straightforward answer to this question as there are multiple factors that influences the repair cost of a conservatory. These factors include the type of damage(s) involved, the materials used, the experience of company hired, your location and many more.

Generally, for conservatory fixtures and fittings repair jobs, we have a lot of parts to consider. For replacement roof panels, the cost you should expect to incur is within the range of £30 to £50 per panel. For sealed glazing unit replacement, you’re likely to incur within the range of £17 to £19 per unit. For door re-hung, you should expect to incur about £19 to £22 per door leaf. For leak tracing and repairs, you’re likely to spend within the range of £18 to £22 per hour, while call out charges will possibly range from £30 to £50 per visit.

how much does an orangery cost?

After being in the shadows of conservatories for so long, Orangeries are now pulling a great comeback into the scenes. They were quite popular back in the 17th and 18th century, but went into the drawers with the advent of conservatories. In recent times, Orangeries are now becoming more and more popular with several homeowners now looking to have one constructed in their homes.

Like many other home improvements or extensions, orangery prices can vary based on a number of factors. However, you can expect to incur within the range of £15,000 to £20,000 for a basic orangery design and build. If you wish to build orangeries with more distinctive features, this price can jump up to £50,000 or more depending on your preferences. Generally, orangeries are more likely to be a bit cheaper when compared to their conventional extension counterparts and add more value to your home than a conservatory in terms of a resale.

For the best results, it’s advisable to investing good money to ensure a solid build and save money in the fittings. Do not look to cut costs by going for cheaper building materials like poor quality vines. Generally, interior design will always depreciate in value, but its the solid structure that command great value for resale purposes. Also, when the structure is solid and of a great quality, you’ll get to save a lot of repair money down the line as the cheaper frames will always give way with time. However, if you have the money, you can also consider spending huge bucks on both the structure as well as the fittings because its only through this you truly maximize the benefits from your orangery. When the fittings are of great quality, repairs won’t come often which ultimately saves you some money as well.

do you need planning permission for a conservatory?

Do You Need Planning Permission For A Conservatory?

Adding a conservatory to your home or property comes with a whole lot of benefits. It provides you with the much needed additional living space within your property, add value to your home and creates a link between your home and garden. As advantageous as it is, one of the major reasons why some homeowners decide against constructing a new conservatory is because of planning permission. If you don’t know what you’re doing the entire process can be very tedious and you definitely do not want to go through the stress of completing your remarkable new conservatory, only to be instructed to have it removed again.

Therefore, as a homeowner, you have the responsibility to seek planning permission before you undergo such construction project and that’s more than enough to make some people reconsider the whole project. In this article, we’ll let you know whether you’ll need to apply for a planning permission.

Generally, conservatories falls into the category of permitted development rights which allows you to complete home building projects without having to apply for a planning permission. However, there are some circumstances where you’ll require a planning permission. These includes:

✓ If the conservatory covers more than 50 percent of the land around the main house.

✓ If the conservatory will be placed on the side of the house that faces the road.

✓ If the conservatory will be higher than the highest point of the main building’s roof.

✓ If the main building is lower than the height of the eaves and ridge.

✓ If the conservatory will be constructed to the side of the house and more than a single storey or it goes higher than 4 metres.

✓ If the conservatory will be wider than the width of the main building, if it’s to be built beside it.

✓ If the conservatory will be constructed at the rear and higher than 4 metres.

how much does an orangery extension cost?

If you’re planning to build an orangery extension on your property, then it only makes sense to estimate the possible cost before getting started. However, like several other home improvement projects, the cost of building an orangery extension is based on a wide array of factors such as your location ( within the UK), the size of the building, the orangery style in question, the materials to be incorporated as well as the finish you’re expecting to get.

Generally, to build an orangery, you’d have to spend within a range of £10,000 to £70,000. This variations in price depends on the factors earlier mentioned such as the type and size of the selected orangery. For a small orangery featuring a uPVC frame, you can get that done for nothing less than £10,000, but the price can jump to £60,000 or more if you want a large, timber-framed orangery built. For a superior quality, large and timber-framed orangery featuring a new fitted kitchen, you’d have to incur up to £70,000 in expenses (when you add the price of the new kitchen units as well as appliances).

The finish you want to achieve is one of the most influential factors determining the price of your orangery. If you want just the bare essentials (low end), the price ranges from £10,000 to £20,000, meanwhile the price for a blend of both basic and customized items ranges between £20,000 to £40,000. However, if you have a high taste and looking to get the best possible orangery with all fixtures and fittings of great quality, you’d have to spend between £35,000 to £60,000.

Furthermore, orangery’s cost will also be affected by how you wish to make use of the space, meaning an extra work may be required. This must also be taken into consideration to get a more accurate estimation of the cost.

Conservatory Installer help and advice

Conservatory Insulation Ideas Published: 06/02/2020 A conservatory can be a great way to increase the living space in your home and have somewhere beautiful to relax in. But problems, like insulation, stop many homeowners from using their conservatory as an all-season space. We think that you deserve to enjoy your home and make the most out of your conservatory all […] Read this article
8 Materials for your Conservatory Flooring Published: 19/12/2019 We’ve updated this post for 2020, adding 2 brand new materials that could be perfect for your conservatory floor. Check them out below. When it comes to your conservatory flooring, you want to make sure you achieve the look you’re after as well as stay in budget. There are plenty of options to choose from […] Read this article
6 Top Tips for Making your Conservatory Comfortable this Summer Published: 22/06/2019 Building a conservatory can be a great, affordable way to add space to your home. But if you’ve abandoned yours because you don’t find your conservatory comfortable in summer, you’re not alone. Due to their large amount of glazing, conservatories can easily get unbearably hot in warm weather. But don’t let this problem stop you […] Read this article

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