You have two substantial choices when considering a gorgeous Conservatory Makeover, whereby you regain control of that painful floor space that the elements have never really released into your control.
- Remove Roof and Specific Window Frames
- Strip our glazing and use the structural elements
You can of course dismantle an existing structure, removing structural aluminium, ring-beams, wall plates, heavy gauge glazing bars and ridges, to then re-install more heavy gauge aluminium? Or use the original conservatory construction that met stringent BBA (British Board of Aggrement) standards, whilst also potentially having various British Standard Kite marks for safety and severe weather rating, with the ability to take the substantial weight of snow upon it?
With these two straight forward options, our customers and potential customers get to understand the truth and how it is more practical to understand how you can indeed make the best of what you have and enhance your existing installation from either option. Thus saving you money, getting you a super installation, whilst playing your part in protecting the earths fragile resources.
In real terms, Conservatory Makeovers enhance your installation, making it stronger, warmer and more weather tight. We only use BBA (25 year life expectancy or greater) materials and team members who have skills that equate to zero risk for you and are managed Project Directors that have worked on hundreds of conservatories previously.
With our work, you will not be disappointed moreover you will be pleasantly surprised to the finish, the workmanship and how well our team treat you.
We have old-fashioned values and principles that will see us making sure that we do not leave your installation until you feel happy with or work and we have thoroughly cleaned up behind us. We want you to recommend us to friends and sound our praises, as word of mouth advertising is priceless.
Email on email@example.com or call us on: 0800 043 0432 today to register your interest in an advisor coming to see you.