These fantastic festive ideas will remain pipe dreams for some conservatory owners as their old conservatory may be completely out of bounds throughout the festive period and the whole of winter.
It will be left out in the cold for that exact reason – due to it being overly cold inside when the weather outside is cold.
Christmas wishes can come true though if they have Building Regulatory Approval to exchange their translucent conservatory roof for a solid roof.
The reason Building Regulatory Approval must be obtained prior to the installation of a solid roof in these circumstances is due to the classification of the structure changing from a temporary structure to a permanent one once the solid roof has been installed. This “change of use” will also necessitate an application for planning permission.
It may also be the case that the existing vertical conservatory frames need replacing as they may be unable to take the weight of a new roofing system. The last thing you want to happen is for a brand new solid roof to collapse after the installation due to insufficient load bearing and insufficient structural research conducted by the installer.
Hazlemere would never allow this to happen and has an impressive track record for fitting solid roofs that last and significantly improve energy efficiency. Once fitted, a conservatory will be suitably warm enough to use for Christmas and beyond if you want a place for party games or somewhere to settle to digest the Christmas dinner.
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