Carmarthen Journal - - News -

Conservatories and orangeries are prob­a­bly the most straight­for­ward and quickly con­structed of all home ex­ten­sions, but like any build­ing project they do take time. Hav­ing built and project man­aged hun­dreds of conservatories and orangeries, in our ex­pe­ri­ence from ini­tial con­sul­ta­tion through to com­ple­tion is likely to take months rather than weeks. De­ci­sions such as how you will use the room, the de­sign, lay­out and ma­te­ri­als are not some­thing to rush. Once you’ve got your ini­tial ideas, an ex­pe­ri­enced con­ser­va­tory or or­angery spe­cial­ist will work with you to turn th­ese sug­ges­tions into a room that fits your life­style On a prac­ti­cal level, if your home has pre­vi­ously been ex­tended or the drainage needs to be moved, it will take time to get the nec­es­sary ap­provals. At Se­cu­ra­home we al­ways project man­age the approval process and ex­pect lo­cal au­thor­ity plan­ning per­mis­sion to take at least 10 weeks, with sewer agree­ments of­ten in­volv­ing a sim­i­lar timescale. All things con­sid­ered, once you’ve made the de­ci­sion to go ahead, it could take three or four months before you can put your feet up and en­joy your new room. How­ever, hav­ing in­vested the time to de­sign, plan and build it prop­erly we think you’ll agree that your new con­ser­va­tory or or­angery will be more than worth the wait!

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