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Leading double glazing and conservatory installer Conservatory Outlet are pleased to announce the launch of their double glazing and conservatory latest news section on their website. The Latest News is intended to be used by both customers and staff at the Conservatory Outlet, where for example, changes in planning applications for conservatories can be highlighted and discussed.
A Spokesperson from Conservatory Outlet commented on our latest news section:
“We intended to start our Latest News in order to relay information regarding the double glazing & conservatory industry to the general public. Our Latest News also gives us the opportunity to post the testimonials from our many happy customers.”
On October the 1st 2008, the government introduced new planning rules for conservatories and other home extensions, which are detailed in our conservatory article section. These new rules mean that extensions of up to two storeys can be built without planning permission as long as they extend no more than ten feet or three meters from the back of the main property.
These new rules also affect loft conversions, which now no longer need planning permission should the finished project not exceed 50 square meters or don’t exceed more than eight inches from the eaves.
The Conservatory Outlet have also provided other information for their potential customers such as how to make the most of a new conservatory and the wide range of optional extras they can provide. For example, a choice of both manual and automatic roof vents is available as well as either glass or polycarbonate roofing materials.
In the near future the double glazing and conservatory blog will also highlight some of the new innovations in double glazed window designs, such as the self cleaning Pilkington Activ glass, which is sure to be a popular choice. Not to mention the security features such as steel reinforced window and door frames, triple hinges with hinge protectors as standard to stop forced entry using a crow bar and the tried and tested multi point locks.
Our latest news is intended to be a ‘one stop shop’ for everything concerned with the double glazing and conservatory industry. Readers are invited to post their own comments, questions and suggestions on the blog, making it an ideal place to keep abreast of changes and developments within the industry. But don’t take our word for it, take a look at The Conservatory Outlet’s new Double Glazing and Conservatory news section for yourself and keep up to date with all things double glazing.
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