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A bright new conservatory can really transform your home, but it is important that you get the best quotes for your project as well as the best workmanship. Comparing several quotes will help you to find the best tradespeople at the best price and hopefully you will find a company that you will be happy to recommend to others.
Whether it is a timber or uPVC conservatory, an orangery, sunroom, garden room or some other type of exterior garden building, simply post a job using our form above, without obligation, to take advantage of our free quotes services and we'll match you with up to 4 local companies for you to compare for your project.
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Quintessentially English, but these can be a little restrictive due to their shape when it comes to furniture options. Often with patio doors, otherwise known as French doors, to the side of the structure. You can be sure that quoting conservatory companies will be able to provide you with plenty of information regarding this type of addition to your home.
Again, these types of structures can be a little restrictive when it comes to choosing furniture for your new property extension (particularly when it comes to large sofas, if you're considering using the room as an additional living space). Be sure to measure up well as you will have to be aware of the restrictions on size for conservatories which don't need planning permission. P Shaped conservatories are so called because they are literally a letter L shape with the corners cut off diagonally to create a P. This 'cut off' of wasted corner space means that you can have a large conservatory and take advantage of the maximum dimensions to stay below the building regulations threshold.
A sun room can be referred to by several different names. You may recognise it as one of the following:
It's essentially a storm screen glazing and roof glazed structure which provides a light and airy extension to your home. Once you post your request for quotes you'll get plenty of further information from experts who want to quote for your project.
Increasing now in popularity, the term 'orangery' is used to describe an extensive range of conservatory type structures which are very different from the sun rooms used to grow oranges in back in the seventeenth century. Essentially, nowadays an orangery is a conservatory with a partly flat solid roof, over the fully glazed roof. Orangeries are much more like traditional living space than conservatories with fully glazed roofs. However, their part glazing to the roof areas still provides a considerable amount of sunlight, and differs from a traditional extension in this way.
In addition to helping you to find a good conservatory company for your project, we can also find a wide range of home improvement service providers across the UK. If you're looking to get a conservatory fitted then you may also benefit from finding and comparing quotes from these types of other local tradesmen:
Whatever kind of tradesperson you need, you can be sure that you'll be able find a range of local trades and services via the Top Tradespeople website, in order to receive comparitive quotes for many types of home improvement, extension and renovation projects.
Good luck with finding a tradesperson (or conservatory company in this case). We hope you get some great quotes for your jobs.