Steps Building a Conservatory

Step 1

The conservatory site is prepared, the foundations dug, drainage installed and concrete poured in to create the foundations.

Step 2

If required, a dwarf cavity wall is built.

Step 3

The conservatory floor slab is prepared and insulation is added to the cavity wall and floor slab.

Step 4

Once the inner and outer leaves of the cavity walls are completed (to match existing brickwork as far as possible), PVCu cills and frames are fitted to the top of the dwarf wall. At this stage your conservatory will really be starting to take shape.

Step 5

The conservatory roof is then installed -aluminium glazing bars are fitted to the roof prior to installing your chosen glazing material. This may be glass or polycarbonate.

Step 6

The roof ridge is fitted and internal cladding is added to create a neat internal finish.

Step 7

Glass sealed units are fitted into the side frames to complete the structure. Your Conservatory is now complete and you can have fun choosing furniture and plants to create a versatile new living space.

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