Whenever we start to run out of room in our home we have to consider several options. We can move property but this could involve months of trying to sell your own property as well as having to sell your own and will also involve having to cough up the expensive fees of solicitors and removal firms. A brick built extension is a practical option, but they can sometimes look unsightly and planning permission may not be granted anyhow. The best and most elegant way of extending a home is through the installation of an orangery from Planet Conservatories.
Orangeries in the North West are considered by many to be an upmarket version of the traditional conservatory, a more stylish and good looking counterpart. As opposed to conservatories in the North West and conservatories in Lancashire which are usually predominantly composed of uPVC, an orangery is mostly made up of brick, so therefore it is more likely to slot in with the look of your home more easily.
If you have set your heart on getting an orangery installed, make sure you thoroughly research the market as it is an expensive investment and you need to be certain that it will not look out of place. Pick up brochures and see what local dealers can offer you, obtain quotes from a variety of them and check up on each of their track records on the internet or by asking around the local community.…
If you have been looking at conservatory or orangery designs – you may not be aware of the fact that conservatories and orangeries from Planet Conservatories are easier to build now than ever. Until a few years ago planning permission was necessary and as any homeowner knows, involving your local council in any form of paperwork is a long winded affair.
Today local authorities do not require planning permission for installing a conservatory or orangery to your home in the UK. There are certain conditions that do apply, however overall conservatories & orangeries do not need planning permission if you plan that your conservatory or orangery does not cover more than fifty percent of the land that the home occupies.
With the housing market currently suffering a downturn, it is vitally important that you make your home as appealing as possible in order to increase the chances of a potential sale. As estate agents and buyers approach the front of your home you want them to be taken aback by it and make it as eye catching and memorable for them as possible. You can usually achieve this just by making one slight alteration, replacing your current front door.
There is a new type of door on the scene which is appearing at the front and back of homes, namely the composite door. The reason being is that they are now seen as being the market leader when it comes to doors, due to their good looks and the plethora of colour options that can be applied to them. They are made of some of the thickest, quality material available, meaning that homes will also be kept warm throughout the year, no matter what the temperature is outside.
Composite doors are also a proven way of keeping your home more secure as they come fitted with a Yale locking system and key, Yale being one of the premier lock makers around. Because of the way they are crafted and designed it also means that irritants such as flaking and fading will no longer occur. Maintenance of composite doors is virtually minimal when compared to a traditional door, with just a good wipe down usually enough to leave it looking as…
If you have been living in your home for a considerable amount of time, then you may have found that your front and back doors no longer offer you the security, stylishness and weather proofing that they once did. If this is the case, then there is only one solution. Out with the old and in with the new, courtesy of a set of new composite doors from Conservatory Outlet.
The great thing about our composite doors is that they are thicker than most other doors on the market. So, therefore not only are they more likely to keep the cold air out of your home, but if you live close to a major road, then they will reduce the amount of noise that is able to pass through into your home. We can also make your new doors sparkle that little bit more as we are able to apply a gold, chrome or black hardware finish to them.
A composite door from Conservatory Outlet can also help compliment the hallway of a home as they are painted internally and you will find that they are virtually unbreakable. So, you can go on your summer holidays with peace of mind. So confident are we in the capabilities of our new range of doors that we provide a ten year guarantee on each design should anything go wrong after installation.
We have tested each door against all kinds of weather to ensure that they will…
Conservatory Outlet has always considered itself to be something of a trend setter within the industry, as we continually come up with new and technologically advanced ways of making your home a better looking and safer place to live. Home improvement is our forte and we would like to introduce you to our very latest creation, a brand new range of composite doors.
We understand that homeowners in the modern day are anxious to have doors installed at the front and back of their homes which will keep their home secure, while protecting them against adverse weather. Our composite doors range has been specially created to provide homes with durability, good looks and stylishness.
Each composite door has been rigorously tested against simulated strong winds and comes installed with a locking system and key courtesy of Yale. Each lock contains a cylinder which is impossible to break, so should you have our new doors installed at the front and back, you will find that your home is looked upon more favourably by insurance companies should you ever wish to take out home or contents insurance.
We like to offer variety in all our products and our composite doors are no exception. Our range consists of a great number of doors, with different panelling and glazing options for you to choose from. They are available in seven different colours, including red, green, black, blue, white, oak and darkwood. So, whether you own a traditional…