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When getting a new conservatory, it may be very tempting to save some time and money by trying to take the old one down yourself. We’ve all heard the stories of people attempting to these DIY jobs themselves because they can’t get any time off work so try to get it done quickly at the weekends and for little to no cost. But you really should leave conservatory dismantling to the experts like High-Tech Windows.
Trying to do it yourself could lead to all manners of problems. You could potentially accidentally affect the structural integrity of the rest of your home by damaging any load bearing walls that adjoin with the conservatory. Not only would this be incredibly costly to fix even with an insurance payout but you may also find that your insurance doesn’t cover you for the damage either due to your foolishness- making it even more costly to your pocket and a big stress for you!
Professionals know how to take down a conservatory both safely and securely, ensuring no structural damage to your home and no breakages to your possessions. You cannot guarantee that you will be able to take it down safely without causing damage to your home – I bet you wouldn’t even realise all of the damage you could do! Not only that but if you’re planning on selling your old conservatory like some people do, you cannot afford for any damage to be done to the conservatory itself so it makes sense to pay a little money to sort it rather than lose a lot in both building repairs and the loss of a sale, doesn’t it?
It is important to choose the best new conservatory style for your home too, you want to be sure that you get it right. It may be similar to your old conservatory and you are just considering refreshing and updating your home or you may choose something completely different!
There are plenty of new replacement conservatory styles that you can choose from – you really will be spoilt for choice! You could opt for a classic conservatory, a designer conservatory or a performance conservatory. They all have specific things to offer you. Here are a few reasons why you might choose each one.
A classic conservatory incorporates the latest technologies in roof and glazing design and can have a range of optional extras. They bring your garden into your home with full height glazing and French doors. A designer conservatory has an insulating perimeter ceiling pelmet improves thermal performance and can house lights or speakers. You can also a range of cornices externally which look great and hide the gutters. A performance conservatory features the latest in super insulated column technology for maximum thermal efficiency. They also come with decorated cornices, plastered columns and an insulated pelmet. There really is something for everyone when it comes to conservatories nowadays.
Are you considering getting a new conservatory soon? Have you ever replaced one?