Building a uPVC Conservatory UK
Get the base right
It’s been said many times that for anything to last, it needs to be built on solid foundations and this is never truer than when it comes to your new Conservatories UK, because after spending your hard earned savings, you will want it to last many years.
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Don’t be tempted to take short cuts, as saving a few pounds at the beginning could cost you hundreds or even thousands of pounds to rectify any future problems due to the conservatory settling or distorting.
The British weather is notoriously fickle, but we do get some extremes such as heavy rain, drought and freezing – all these atmospheric changes impact on expansion & contraction of both the ground and the structure – long term dry weather (we do get it, remember hose pipe bans?) will shrink the ground, heavy rain will expand it, frost will then shrink it again.
Don’t think your conservatory itself is immune, because uPVC (and the internal steel reinforcing) will also expand and contract subject to the air temperature.
All in all, get the base right and the rest is easy.
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One of the most important things that you need to take into account when building a conservatory is the material that is involved. Many companies will offer warranties on your new conservatory, and you should take the time to learn more about the various choices that you can have.
UPVC can be placed in direct sunlight, and it is also able to withstand harsh weather conditions. Another reason why you should consider getting UPVC is that it is very easy to maintain.
All you have to do is to clean the surface with a damp cloth. UPVC will not corrode at all, and therefore you can rest assured that it will last for a very long period of time.