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Conservatory Cleaning

The roof can suffer with a build up of dirt, green algae, leaves and debris. If left it can lead to a build up of water which can damage the roof

For many people the main reason to have a conservatory is to have a place to relax in; a place to sit and enjoy the sun and the garden. However, to keep the conservatory in good condition and it to keep it looking pristine, it will require regular cleaning.

Conservatories are slightly different to the rest of the house, and require their own cleaning regime. As well as cleaning inside, the conservatory should be cleaned outside, the roof, the glass and the frames all need attention. The information below gives a rough guide to what needs to be done, and how to go about it.

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Conservatory Repairs

Good maintenance of each part of the conservatory will help to reduce any problems.

When you build a conservatory it becomes part of your property, and just like any other part of the house, it can suffer damage and wear and tear. Good maintenance of each part of the conservatory will help to reduce any problems, but there may be a time in the future when you have to carry out conservatory repairs.

You can carry out much of the maintenance in a conservatory yourself, but some of the more technical repairs, such as door or window replacements, may have to be carried out by a professional.

Some general maintenance tips are listed below, which should help you to keep your conservatory in good condition. Some of the more common problems encountered with conservatories are also listed, along with some of the solutions.

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Permissions & Regulations

What are the Building Regulations for Conservatories?

Conservatories can be subject to building regulations under certain circumstances.

If you are planning to build a conservatory on your house, there are a number of things to think about during the planning stage. You …

Do I need Planning Permission for a Conservatory?

If conditions are met conservatory planning permission may not be required.

If you are planning to add a conservatory to your property, it is your responsibility to find out whether planning permission applies. The vast majority …

Building a Conservatory

Conservatory Insulation

Conservatory roof and windows need insulating to prevent heat loss.

When conservatories were first built it was thought that they may save householders money. The idea was that heat energy gained from the sun would …

uPVC or Wood Conservatory?

Consevatories made of uPVC are cheaper and just as robust as wooden framed ones.

If you are planning a conservatory one of the biggest design decisions you have to make is what type of material you use for the …

How to Choose a Timber Conservatory

Considering the overall look of a property, a wooden conservatrive is often more appropriate.

Timber conservatories are much sought after; and although they tend to be more expensive than uPVC conservatories, they are still a popular choice amongst buyers. …

Conservatory Parts

Conservatory Lighting

The ambience and feel of your conservatory can beenhanced with creative lighting.

When you are planning and designing a conservatory there are so many different things to think about. There are the frames and the style of …

Conservatory Heaters

Carefully consider conservatory heating options, if using the room in winter.

A conservatory can be a great addition to your home giving you much needed extra space. But if you intend to use this space throughout …