There are a variety of conservatory companies to choose from. Some have been in business for more than 45 years. Others are newer and are just getting started. Some even offer free quotes. Whatever you’re looking for, these companies are here to help. The following are just a few of the many options available to you.
During the planning stages, a surveyor will create plans for the base of the conservatory and a series of detailed technical drawings. The surveyor will also take note of the UPVC frame and roof. Generally, a conservatory will be built on a level green field, but if it’s built on a slope away from the house, the surveyor will calculate the height of the conservatory. This will help determine how much earth needs to be removed and how much extra digging needs to be done.
It’s always better to hire a company with demonstrable experience in the field. Check the company’s portfolio for examples of previous work, and ask for independent testimonials. Look for companies that are polite and respond quickly to queries. Some companies only supply the materials and can’t help you design and install the conservatory.
Prices are also important, and conservatory companies should be transparent and up-front about their prices. If a company refuses to give you a quote, this is a red flag. You don’t want to pay too much for a conservatory that doesn’t meet your expectations. Make sure you look into finance options as well.