Conservatory Construction

Academy Home Improvements employ only the highest quality builders and tradesman and ensure they take the utmost care to protect your premises at all times.

All our employees have been carefully selected by the directors of the company. Our tradesman are all experienced, and are sympathetic and understanding whilst undertaking our work in customers homes.

Not only do we use quality windows, doors and conservatories, but we ensure that even down to the small details, everything is of quality. This ensures all our installation meet our high standards and expectations, to continually make a statement in your home.

Conservatory Planning Permissions

Assuming your house is not a listed building, you will not need planning permission unless the conservatory is more than four metres high, extends beyond the rear wall of your house by more than three metres (for a semi-detached or terraced house) or four metres (for a detached house), and does not cover more than half your garden.

Conservatory Building Regulations

Conservatories are usually exempt from building regulations unless a new structural opening from the house has to be built, or they are 30 square metres or more in floor area. The walls, doors and windows must be of external quality, and any heating system must have separate controls.

More information can be found on the Department of Communities and Local Government planning portal

You can view some of the various steps of a typical build in the example below.

Conservatory Construction

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Why Choose Academy?

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Experienced

Over 30 years experience providing home owners a quality service

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Local to you

With stores across the south of the country, we'll never be too far away

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The safe option

All academy window installations have a 10 year guarantee!

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Great value

We offer competitive prices but do not compromise on quality