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As a rule, most conservatories with either a solid, tiled or glazed roof will not need planning permission, because they are classed as a ‘permitted development’. There are some restrictions regarding the conservatory placement and the size of the build, the details of which can be found on the Government’s Planning Portal.

If you plan on building an extension on your home then building regulations apply, but this is not the case for a conservatory, as long as certain conditions are adhered too. You must make sure that your conservatory is classed as a conservatory and not as an extension, a conservatory will need to be separate from the main house with external quality walls and/or windows and doors that meet Building Regulation requirements. An independent heating system with separate temperature controls will also be required.

If you do not have any or some of the above measures in place, then your conservatory is classed as an extension and separate Building Regulations will apply. You can find more details about solid conservatory roof projects on the Planning Portal.

We offer a huge range of colours and finishes on our windows, everything from Chartwell green to Anthracite Grey and everything in between. You can view our windows and colours on our Brochures page.

When we install new home improvements we will remove all of the old products which are all recycled.

We supply Aluminium windows and doors, they are becoming increasingly popular with our customers as they like the sleek lines and contemporary design of Aluminium products. You can view them in our Brochures.

We supply & install Ultraframe solid conservatory roofs which are designed and engineered to be both strong and lightweight. This makes the range of roofs we supply perfect for both new builds, & replacement conservatory roofs.

Yes, you can install a new solid conservatory roof on your exisiting conservatory frames. We will carry out a survey of your conservatory and the base, along with the foundation and tell you if they are suitable to have a new solid conservatory roof fitted on them or not, in the majority of cases there is no problem.

Yes, you can choose from uPVC, Timber or Aluminium for the windows and uPVC, Aluminium, Timber and composite for the doors. You can see the range in our Brochures.

We do supply timber windows and doors in a wide variety of colours and styles. You can request a brochure from our contact page by emailing us.

Most customers choose a solid roof for their conservatory to improve the energy efficiency of the space, however if the existing windows and doors are old and inefficient, you might want to consider replacing them to get the maximum benefit from your new roof.

A U‐Value is the measurement of a materials insulation effectiveness. Thermal performance is measured by the amount of heat loss, this is referred to as a U‐Value. When you are looking at how thermally efficient something is, the lower the U‐Value the better the thermal performance is.

Uusally, most solid conservatory roof U‐Values are 1.0 W/m2K or less, this means they have excellant insulation properties that will retain the heat in colder months and keep the room nice and cool during the summer.

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