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Conservatories

Can I have electricity in my conservatory?
Yes, electricity is regularly run to conservatories for lighting and sockets. However, it is wise to discuss your requirements in detail with both a qualified electrician and your approved installer before work begins.
What type of doors can I have fitted in a lean-to conservatory?
Any of our gable-end conservatories can be fitted with French doors, bi-fold doors, or sliding  doors. The choice is yours!
How to build a gable-end conservatory?
You should always secure the services of a professional conservatory installer to build your new gable-end conservatory. Over 25,000 Eurocell conservatories are installed every year by our network of carefully selected approved installers. With 45+ years of history behind us, Eurocell is trusted to deliver quality gable-end conservatories that come with a minimum 10-year guarantee.
How much is a lean-to conservatory?
Exact costs depend on a range of factors, including the size of your proposed conservatory and the finishing touches you choose. Our team can talk you through your options and provide you with a tailored quote.
What is a Victorian conservatory?
A Victorian conservatory from Eurocell is among the most popular conservatory choices in the UK. Instantly recognisable, they add charm and style to any property. Ornate finishing touches and attractive features echo Victorian architecture, while a choice of single hipped, double hipped or P-shaped construction gives you all the versatility you need.
Do you need planning permission for a Victorian conservatory?
Probably not, but it is always worth checking with the UK government’s Planning Portal. That’s where you’ll find the very latest information. As a rule of thumb, you can generally expect any conservatories with a floor space of less than 30m2 to not need planning permission.
How to build a Victorian conservatory?
As with any major construction project, you should always hire a professional to build and install your new Victorian conservatory. The risks of doing anything else are simply not worth it. Eurocell has a dedicated network of experienced and skilled approved installers operating across the UK. Using their expertise guarantees you are left with a Victorian conservatory that stands the test of time.
Can I build my uPVC conservatory near a gas flue?
A boiler flue should not be placed close to any part of your home that can open, such as windows or doors. These boiler flue distance regulations help to ensure that harmful gases are fully expelled from your property. The exact distance will depend on the size of your home but, generally, the regulations prevent a boiler flue from being situated within 30-60cm of a window or door. This is to prevent harmful gases from exiting the flue and then re...
Can I build my UPVC conservatory near a main sewer?
If you are planning to build within three metres of a public drain pipe, you should consult your local sewerage company. They will be able to assess whether or not the build can go ahead based on the level of risk to the pipes. You will therefore not be able to start the build until this has been approved.
Will my UPVC conservatory need safety glazing?
Irrespective of whether your conservatory is exempt from building regulations, It is highly likely that a large portion of the side walls will require safety or laminated glass. All glass within 800mm of the finished floor level, glass within a door up to 1500mm from finished floor level and any glass either side of a door within 300mm should be toughened safety glass or laminated to meet British Standard BE EN12600. Overhead glazing in conservatory...
How much is a Victorian conservatory?
There is no one-size-fits-all price for a Victorian conservatory. The shape and size of your conservatory will both impact your overall cost. So too will your choice of windows and doors. Our friendly team can help you understand all your options and provide a bespoke quote for your consideration. Talk to us today.
Is my UPVC conservatory suitable for DIY assembly?
A conservatory should only ever be installed by experts. Please do not treat a conservatory as a DIY project. The consequences of getting something wrong can be extremely serious and costly to rectify.
How can I get rid of my old conservatory?
Most Eurocell approved installers will remove your old conservatory materials once they have installed your new conservatory. However, double-check this before installation begins.
Can UPVC conservatories have a solid roof?
Yes. Take a look at our Equinox solid tiled conservatory roofs. They are extremely popular across the UK because the solid tiled external finish enables the internal ceiling to be plastered. This transforms a conservatory into something resembling a more traditional home extension. The great design and superb insulation of an Equinox tiled roof enables a conservatory to stay warm in winter and cool in summer, giving you a year-round space to enjoy...
Are conservatories covered by buildings insurance?
Yes, they are part of the building. However, in some cases you may need to tell your insurance company if you add a new conservatory to your property.
What building regulations are there for UPVC conservatories?
Building regulations will generally apply if you want to build an extension to your home. However, conservatories are normally exempt from building regulations when: they are built at ground level, cover fewer than 30 square metres in floor area, and the conservatory is separated from the house by external quality walls, doors or windows. There should also be an independent heating system with separate temperature and on/off controls. Glazing and...
Can I build my PVCu conservatory near a gas flue?
A boiler flue should not be placed close to any part of your home that can open, such as windows or doors. These boiler flue distance regulations help to ensure that harmful gases are fully expelled from your property. The exact distance will depend on the size of your home but, generally, the regulations prevent a boiler flue from being situated within 30-60cm of a window or door. This is to prevent harmful gases from exiting the flue and then re...
Can I build my conservatory near a main sewer?
If you are planning to build within 3 metres of a public drain pipe you should consult your local sewerage company. They will be able to assess whether or not the build can go ahead based on the level of risk to the pipes. You will therefore not be able to commence the build until this has been approved.
Will my conservatory need safety glazing?
Irrespective of whether your conservatory is exempt from building regulations, it is highly likely that a large portion of the side walls will require safety or laminated glass. All glass with in 800mm of the finished floor level, glass with in a door up to 1500mm from finished floor level and any glass either side of a door with in 300mm should be toughened safety glass or laminated to meet British Standard BE EN12600. Overhead glazing in conservatory...
Can I have electricity in my conservatory?
Yes, electricity is regularly ran to conservatories for lighting and sockets, However, we recommend you discuss the requirements with a qualified electrician and your installer.
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