Conservatories Question

What is the cheapest way to get awhat is the cheapest way to get conservatory installed? get a local builder to do i or through a company?

I desperately need a conservatory with limited budget. Can i utilise one concrete shed wall and one living room wall to save money and then i will have to get only two walls build, will it bring the cost down, if i get it done by a local builder after I buy it with this builder`s help?

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Best Answer

You desperately need a conservatory in mid winter?

I would post your job on here, with your budget, a few photo's ...you may be lucky and find a friendly local builder. They should be able to supply a better quality conservatory cheaper than you can get a poor quality one...

kind regards

Mark

Answered 28th Dec 2011

Rebel Carpenter

Member since 24 Sep 2008

Why would anybody 'desperately' need a conservatory?

Answered 28th Dec 2011

carl melady

Member since 1 Jun 2008

my advice is if you havent got the money to do it right wait till you have ,or you are just throwing the funds you have away as it will never be done correctly,there is no such thing as cheap quality ,just cheap crap

Answered 28th Dec 2011

substructure

Member since 7 Jun 2008

Post your job on here...tell them your budget and size of conservatory, add a couple of photo's and go from there.

Answered 28th Dec 2011

Mrlofty

Member since 13 Oct 2008

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Please don't cut corners. You can use a builder to build the base as the frames and roof are made to suit. Make sure the builder is a good brick layer. Walls that aren't square will make it difficult to fit frames and a roof correctly.
save up untill you can affford it doing right.

Answered 9th Jan 2012

Birkenshaw Windows

Member since 8 Nov 2010

Hi have recently visited a house where conservatory coming away from wall. Foundations sinking, roof leaking and doors won't shut. Do you really really want to cut corners.

Answered 14th Oct 2018

HandyONeill

Member since 30 Apr 2018

Yes a good builder can help you with this but you get what you pay for if you want something that will last cutting corners is a no no

Answered 21st Mar 2017

JKJ Building Innovations

Member since 11 May 2015

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