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3 Questions About Building A Conservatory

 

Sometimes, you only need to be really organized and prepared to have a successful home renovation project, including  small-scale ones, completed in your home. There are many kinds of small home renovations projects such as adding a porch, a new bay window, or even a conservatory. Doing some research, consulting experts, and doing some price comparisons can save you a lot of time, money, and even problems.

 

 

So in order to prepare you for your conservatory project, we have three questions you need to answer that can help you organize and prepare requirements and others.

 

Question No. 1: How much will it cost?

 

Money is never an easy thing to come by so before you start purchasing anything needed for your conservatory, you need to canvass how much it would probably cost you. You can expect to spend at least £900 - £1,200 per m². This of course will depend on the materials, location, specifications, and scale of your conservatory. Setting a budget for your conservatory is the first thing you should establish for your project. It’s easy to give in to purchases when you think it’s important but in reality, it isn’t.

 

If you want to canvass for conservatory costs, you can use a conservatory quote comparison site. You can get three or more quotes from these websites, which makes it easier to look for conservatories that fir your budget.

 

Question No. 2: Will I need planning permission?

 

For small scale renovations such as a conservatory, planning permission is not required. You should know that England, Wales, North Ireland, and Scotland each have a different set of regulations so make sure you check the details. But if you do need planning permission, it will probably cost you £150 for the process, and last for about eight weeks to get a decision from the local council.

 

Question No. 3: Should I be concerned with Building Regulations?

 

Complying with Building Regulations is a must, no matter how small the conservatory is. However there are exemptions to the rule, such as if you have a porch or a conservatory under 30 square metres.

 

Having a conservatory built for the first time is not difficult. Just make sure you have these questions taken care of to ensure a problem-free house improvement project.

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