Latest DIY Conservatories information

Finishing elements for you new diy conservatory extension
Finishing elements for you new diy conservatory extension
Posted: 12/02/2018 10:49
There are numerous options available to enhance your new conservatory. You need to consider your budget for the project, the location and aspect of your new room and also the intended use of the conservatory once complete. Is it to be an occasional use room, or a dining room that's used every day.

Do I Need A Retaining Wall Alongside My New Conservatory?
Do I Need A Retaining Wall Alongside My New Conservatory?
Posted: 30/01/2018 13:35
A quick guide to look at what retaining walls are and the different types available.

DIY Conservatory Top Tips
DIY Conservatory Top Tips
Posted: 22/01/2018 09:56
One of our most popular blog posts was written in 2011 and discussed some top tips when choosing a DIY Conservatory. As it was written a few years ago now, we thought we would refresh for 2018.

Increase your living space with a DIY 2Go Conservatories
Increase your living space with a DIY 2Go Conservatories
Posted: 15/01/2018 11:21
Increase your interior living space with the simple installation of a DIY conservatory from product specialists diy2go.com. Do you dream of having additional space for eating, for the youngsters to play, or for relaxing, perhaps reading a book in your own personal oasis. If you take the plunge you will truly wonder why you didn't do it sooner! It connects your garden with your home in it's own unique way. With such a significant number of styles and sizes to browse you truly will have no problem finding the one that suits your home, lifestyle and budget. From conventional styles, for example, the Victorian and Edwardian to the more contemporary Pavilion and Gullwing conservatories, there truly is a style to meet all requirements and expectations.

DIY conservatories


Create a stunning extra dimension to your property with the addition of a beautifully crafted UPVC conservatory from diy2go. All products in our collections are designed for minimal maintenance, they are simple to put together and are complete with simple to understand comprehensive installation instructions. Our stunning range is designed for DIY installation. If you prefer using a builder to install your product, buying from diy2go cuts out the middle man, allowing you to save £1,000ís. Piece of mind is guaranteed by our rock solid manufacturers 10 year warranties, standard on our complete range. For simplicity, all our online store prices include home delivery to mainland UK and VAT within the price. If you live outside mainland UK, please contact us as we ship our products worldwide.

Example Installation Videos - See How Easy Installation Really Is

Please find below a sample installation videos that walk you through the simple installation procedure for DIY2Go's unique DIY Conservatory products. Our conservatories have been designed with the DIY'er in mind.

01: Sill Installation - Edwardian


  • Sill Installation - 1: Base Sill Installation
  • Sill Installation - 2: Sill Connectors
  • Sill Installation - 3: Fixing Sill

Unique Features


DIY Conservatories
  • Each wall panel slides onto pre-routed sill for speed of assembly
  • 1/4 turn buttons lock panels together for speed of assembly
  • No screws required, simple installation
  • No drilling required, unique installation
  • Pre-glazed wall panels allows simple installation
  • Free installation DVD included

A DIY conservatory is a user installed building having glass, polycarbonate or tiled roofing and glass or brick walls; used as additional living space in a residential building.

With simple modular construction, all styles are available in Dwarf Wall and Glass to Ground Configurations, with a choice of white UPVC profile or PVCu Woodgrain Rosewood.

diy2go aim to offer a value for money selection of high quality products for your home in the UK. We also offer the choice of steel bases, along with many more options. Our white UPVC range includes all popular shapes and sizes, ranging from the classical Victorian and Edwardian styles to the contemporary lean-to style.