There will be a hefty proportion of conservatory owners who are desperate for the weather to get better so that they can be reunited with their extension.
If you’re one of these people, you don’t need to wait impatiently for conditions to improve. The addition of a solid tiled roof will make your conservatory useable, come rain or shine.
But before you go ahead and allow a company like Pennine to take out your existing roof and integrate a solid roof, you must determine whether you need planning permission first. And there are other rules to consider too…
You can always speak to your local authority building control team for guidance with solid roof installations. Visit the LABC website to get their details.
Pennine can also be relied on for incisive support, being the North East’s foremost solid roof supplier.
We know that with summer looming, many householders will have been looking into making improvements to their home. But the current restrictions placed upon us…
The one nice thing about there being less traffic on the roads at the moment is that your home should be a lot more peaceful…
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