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DIY Conservatory top tips
DIY Conservatory top tips
Posted: 02/11/2011 10:47

There’s no disguising the fact that choosing a DIY conservatory can be a difficult and daunting task. But it doesn’t have to be that way. DIY2Go are here to help you get it right. We’ve compiled the following top tips from interior designers, architects and well-known gardening experts.


The beauty and joy of owning a DIY Conservatory
The beauty and joy of owning a DIY Conservatory
Posted: 02/11/2011 10:40

Adding a conservatory to your property is the simplest way to create additional living space.


DIY Conservatory planning, positioning & other issues
DIY Conservatory planning, positioning & other issues
Posted: 02/11/2011 10:30

Considering the aesthetic appeal, quality and impressive levels of versatility offered by a DIY conservatory, you’ll probably be keen to create your new, prized investment! But, before you dive head first into the decision making process, it is always worth spending a few moments planning your new investment and thinking about any issues that might affect its construction and eventual use.


DIY Conservatories, a new room for all occasions
DIY Conservatories, a new room for all occasions
Posted: 01/11/2011 08:50
Having a conservatory will add an extra dimension to your home – and your lifestyle. An extra room for dining, for the children to play, for entertaining – or for just pure relaxation. You’ll never look back after owning one! It brings your garden into your home and being an extension to your home brings its very own ambience which is quite separate to the rest of the home.

With house prices falling, why not raise a DIY 2 Go Conservatory
With house prices falling, why not raise a DIY 2 Go Conservatory
Posted: 31/10/2011 08:59
The DIY market in the UK is booming. With an average yearly spend on home improvements being around £7000 per year; why not ensure that this money is invested wisely.

What if my garden requires a retaining wall after building my conservatory?
What if my garden requires a retaining wall after building my conservatory?
Posted: 28/10/2011 14:30
Retaining walls are walls used at the boundary between different ground levels where the height of the ground on one side is different to that on the other

What affect will the aspect of your garden have on your conservatory choice?
What affect will the aspect of your garden have on your conservatory choice?
Posted: 28/10/2011 11:35
Obviously every garden has a slightly different aspect. But how does this affect the conservatory choice? What is the difference between a north facing conservatory and a south facing conservatory? DIY2Go have the answers