Another month has passed, and the New Year motivation to make big changes in your life has died down a little.
But the enthusiasm for building a brand new DIY conservatory is still there.
More people than ever before are enjoying the benefits of a home extension – and you could be too.
You can be like Mr Scott, from Birmingham, and one of our valued Conservatory Land customers.
Mr Scott already had a conservatory installed. But it was a little old and tired looking, so he was looking for a replacement.
He came to Conservatory Land after seeing one of our adverts in a national newspaper, and was impressed with what he saw when he visited our factory showroom in Mansfield.
After weighing up his options, Mr Scott decided to purchase a small DIY lean-to conservatory, to act as a sunroom for his home.
The Project Technical Specifications
Mr Scott asked that we create a small lean-to conservatory that could be built onto his existing base.
This is something we often do for our customers.
Before beginning the manufacturing process, we designed a few drawings to show Mr Scott what the final product will look like – which you can see below:
As mentioned, this was a lean-to conservatory, that featured standard glass, white handles, and Regan moulded insulated panels.
|Conservatory style||Lean-to Conservatory, sunlounge|
|Dimensions||2667mm x 1956 mm (made to measure to customer’s requirements)|
|Base type||Existing base|
|Planning permission||Planning permission was not required for this size|
|Warranty||10 Year Guarantee on ALL parts|
2667mm x 1956mm
The Installation Process
Although some of our customers choose to hire a local builder to construct these conservatories, many decide to do it themselves.
Our DIY extensions are simply to put together. We include comprehensive instructions, and technical support is available over the phone.
Mr Scott went for the latter option. He only needed to speak to our team on a couple of occasions, and otherwise had no issues perfectly completing this installation.
Mr Scott said:
“First class service, a great process to ensure all measurements are correct prior to manufacture.”
“Great technical support and documentation. Very satisfied.”
Before you get started with your own extension, have a read of our lean-to conservatory planning permission guide.