How to get a good conservatory price?
After a lot of thought you have finally decided to extend your family home with a new bespoke orangery, so the next thing to do is check out designs & styles, and get good orangeries prices.
Probably the first place that comes to mind for most people these days when looking for any type of information is to “google-it” – so go here:
The thing about searching on the web for anything, never mind home improvements like an orangery, is that you get a lot of information, how to choose from over 9,000 double glazing & conservatory installers in the UK?
Well, comparison sites are a decent place to start, because in they have already identified suitable providers, companies & installers that can provide design ideas, quotes & prices for your new conservatory.
There will also be information about design ideas, conservatory styles and importantly, guidance on what to look for in any installation company – things like certification are important because you need to be confident that the company you choose has the skills & competence to do the work – it’s not always about the conservatory price – bad workmanship can eliminate any cost savings in an instant if you have to pay to fix things.
Look for installers who are members of:
CERTASS / FENSA / GGF
Most conservatories should be ok to build without planning permission, but it’s wise to check first, even if your installer will do it for you, because if you build it without permission and it turns out that it was needed, then the local council can make you tear it down – just like Sir Cliff Richard! (Although it was a few years ago)
You can go to the planning portal to get a good idea of the rules concerning planning permission for conservatories, but if in doubt always check with your local planning authorities first.