Conservatory Buyers Guide. Find out more about conservatories and sunrooms in PVCu, Hardwood, Vinyl and Aluminium. Lots of tips and advice.
Buying a new conservatory ranks up there
with buying a new house, buying a car or completing an
examination, in terms of complexity and general angst for
most people. Certainly not a project to be entered into
lightly. There is so much choice - do you want a summer
room or an all year room? - do you want double glazing or
single glazing? - what will you use it for? etc etc. And
then there are so many companies and each with such
convincing stories to tell. No wonder so many buyers
almost give up in confusion and despair. Or worst still
make the wrong decision in desperation!
This Guide is about avoiding that. Never before has such
a simple, effective - almost "underground"
guide to the do's and don'ts of buying a conservatory
been made available to the general public - a sort of
"idiots" or "dummies" guide to
conservatories! that despite it's title will not talk
down to it's reader.
YOU WHERE LOOKING FOR A "CLEARER" VIEW ON
CONSERVATORIES, THIS IS IT. Beat the salespeople at their game and get
the best deal with the CONSERVATORY BUYER'S GUIDE.
All the questions and many more you probably
haven't thought of will be answered here.
Where shall I locate it? What is the best size? What
material shall I use? Do I use a local company or a
national company? How will I heat it? Can I use it all
year round? Can I do it myself? or should I get a company
in? HOW MUCH WILL IT COST? AND HOW CAN I BE
SURE I'M NOT BEING RIPPED OFF?
of this will be answered in The "Almost"
Impartial Guide to Buying a Conservatory. To access the
- it will open up a new window.
When you are finished you will easily be able to return
to CONSERVATORIESTODAY. Enjoy the guide and please, if
you have the time, give the guide authors some feedback
using the Contact Us page within the guide. THANK YOU.