If you are looking at adding space to your home in a cost effective way then a conservatory from Glazewise Ltd is the perfect choice.
Conservatories are primarily glass structures that add light and space to your home. Should your conservatory meet the permitted planning regulations you do not require planning permission, making them a quick and easy solution.
We provide a great selection of styles and roofing materials to fit your requirements and tastes. Speak with our conservatory experts today and receive a free estimate.
There are a number of different conservatory styles to suit your property and personal preferences.
There are a choice of roof options available for your glass conservatory each with their own benefits.
Glass conservatory roofs are the most popular choice. The benefits include:
Solid tiled roofs are a great way to bring back some character to your conservatory.
Polycarbonate roofs are stylish and come at great prices.
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Most frequent questions and answers
A conservatory and an extension do fall under the same criteria when it comes to planning and do NOT require planning permission should you stay with the rules of a single-storey extension. For example, if less than 50% of the land around the original house is covered. Despite this we will ensure that your conservatory is compliant to building regulations prior to manufacture.
It depends. This can change on a case by case basis. Contacting the local sewage company is advised to ask the question. Building concrete foundations over a man hole without leaving the appropriate access is not to be done. It could be advised to leave some access point available or even moving the drain could be an option.
Planning will be required for a conservatory when it no longer counts as a permitted development. For more information regarding this please visit the planning portal website here.
Yes, conservatories are a cheaper alternative to an extension. Conservatories are normally added to the rear of a property and made primarily from glass. An extension is more of a permanent structure and can be added to any section of a home which can accomodate it. For this reason conservatories are a more cost effective method to add space to your home.
The average cost of a conservatory is around £15,000 – £20,000 depending on the style, size, and roofing options chosen.
We have decades worth of experience in doors, windows, conservatories and other UPVc products. We will help guide you through the process of selecting the best possible products.
All of our installers are highly trained to complete every project to the highest possible standard giving you the piece of mind that you will be happy with the finished product.
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