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Victorian Dwarf Wall Conservatory 3274mm width x 3557mm projection
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Victorian Dwarf Wall Conservatory 3274mm width x 3557mm projection

Product Code V2D
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Options
UPVC Colour
Additional Opening Window
Manual Roof Vent & Pole
Steel Base & Dwarf Wall System
Trickle Vents
Transoms
Glass Option
Quantity
RRP: £6,390.00
£3,195.00

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Product Description

The Victorian Conservatory combines traditional conservatory design with practicality as it makes the most use of the available floor space. Manufactured in a state of the art factory to the latest industry standards, this conservatory is designed to sit on a 525mm dwarf wall (bricks not included, available as an option along with a steel base, see below) and has been especially designed with a DIY’er in mind. The window panels are glazed in the factory and no screws or drilling is required. Comprehensive installation guides and base plans are available before purchase, and this conservatory includes a manufacturers 10 year guarantee for complete peace of mind.

Key Features

  • 70mm new sculptured profile
  • Fully glazed panel construction, (no need to deglaze, screw panels together & reglaze). Installation is quick, simple and DIY designed
  • Comprehensive Installation manual and base plans included
  • Fully reinforced PVCu cill
  • Standard dwarf wall height = 525mm (1ft 8ins)
  • Two top opening vents as standard, (402mm standard vent drop (1ft 3ins)), with additional vents available
  • Top opening vents have espagnolette locking with shootbolts
  • French doors with two pairs of flag hinges plus intermediates and shootbolt locking
  • Rainwater goods including ogee style guttering included
  • 24mm double glazed units using 4mm toughened safety glass throughout, (including any top vents) to BS EN1279 & BS 6206A standards.
  • French doors supplied left hand opening (viewed from outside), unless otherwise requested
  • 25mm multi walled polycarbonate roof sheets
  • Manufacturers 10 year product guarantee

Specification

  • 3274mm width x 3557mm projection x 3000mm height (10ft 8ins width x 11ft 7ins projection x 9ft 10ins height)
  • 525mm dwarf wall (1ft 8ins)
  • 1525mm frame height (5ft)
  • 950mm external roof height (3ft 1ins)
  • 3000mm total height from DPC (9ft 10ins)

Includes

  • Victorian DIY conservatory with all fixings
  • Door restrictors fitted as standard (FREE OF CHARGE)
  • Silicone and flashing kit included (FREE OF CHARGE)
  • Comprehensive installation manual and base plans supplied.

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Order Process

  • Place order online - using our secure online checkout
  • Immediate email order confirmation. - download our base plans and installation guide
  • After approximately 21 days from order - we call to arrange suitable delivery date
  • After approximately 28 from order - we deliver your conservatory direct to your home.

Steel Base Conservatory System

steel conservatory base panelThe all year round building system for conservatories and garden buildings, the steel conservatory base system simplifies the whole conservatory installation process.

Ask yourself the following questions : Why would I want to build my steel conservatory base and dwarf wall traditionally? And would I want to have JCB’s in my garden and flower beds, along with huge pre-mix concrete lorries ruining my drive? And would I want piles of bricks on my garden?

The diy2go steel conservatory Base system is designed to be built during periods of low temperature or difficult weather conditions. This means that you can erect the complete conservatory from the ground up at any time of year, in one continuous process, without worrying about damage caused by wet or cold conditions. diy2go’s system provides the perfect solution to the unpredictability of the British climate, with the installation procedure eliminating the problems experienced when building traditional foundations.

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Features and benefits:

  • Custom made to your precise measurements and accurate angles
  • Easy to carry and small enough to be taken through the house if necessary
  • Perfect for DIY or Professional on-site installation
  • Supplied with comprehensive installation instructions
  • Complete with a 10 year manufacturer warranty
  • Totally indistinguishable from a conventional build
  • Requires no skips to remove spoil, as major earthworks are not required
  • Can be fit over existing patios (no need to dig up tons of concrete)
  • Manholes and drains can be left in place
  • Can be dismantled, with conservatory or garden building, and re-erected elsewhere
  • Caters for uneven and sloping sites with ease

easy base ukThe system is especially suitable for the following types of site conditions:

  • Sites with existing drainage pipes and covers, as they do not need to be relocated
  • Sites with difficult soil conditions, as there’s no need for large scale excavations
  • Sites with difficult access (i.e. terraced or linked houses)
  • Sites where the ground level to DPC is greater than 150mm
  • Sites with mature gardens which need preserving

The system provides a quick and easy way to construct your walls. Walls are pre-clad and only require bridging tiles applied on site, plus grouting Even before tile application, walls are totally waterproof Available in a range of brick finishes, or as plain board for rendering

Planning requirements

Conservatories have become a popular and cost effective way of adding extra space to your property. However, it is essential you ensure you are fully aware of any current legislation that could affect your plans. We suggest that you check with your Local Authority planning office to confirm the precise regulations before commencing any building work. Additionally, we recommend that you check any specific clauses in your property deeds. As a general guide, if your conservatory falls within the following conditions you are unlikely to require Local Authority planning permission.

Detatched / Semi detatched Terraced / End terranced Flat / maisonette
There is a maximum limit to extensions to this kind of property of 70m3 or 115%, whichever is greater. Note that this is the total for all extensions, so you must take into account any existing extensions to the property. If, after this, your conservatory falls under this 115% volume limit planning permission may not be required. As per detatched / semi detatched, you need to take into account any existing extensions, however, with these types of properties the limit is 50m3 Planning permission must be sought for any extension to this type of property.

The aforementioned only applies to extensions built after 1st of July 1948:

There are other considerations which will impact on whether you need to gain planning permission. At the time of writing, the following restrictions also apply:

  • If your conservatory is within 2m of your boundary, and the highest point of the conservatory at that junction is 4m or more.
  • If your conservatory will cover your garden by 50% or more.
  • If your planning and development rights have been removed or restricted.
  • If the original property is grade II listed. However, it may still be possible to gain planning permission for a hardwood and glass structure.
  • If your conservatory is to be located 20m or less from a road or public footpath.

When Local Authorities review planning applications they consider how a proposed development will impact on the applicant’s neighbours and seek to ensure that there is no negative effect on their environment. We therefore suggest that you keep your planned conservatory to a reasonable size and that your projection to less than 3m.

If you do not require planning permission, consider obtaining written confirmation of this from the Local Authority planning office. Should you wish to sell your property in the future, having this document will help ensure a smooth transaction.

Even though you might not need official planning permission, you may still need to apply to the developer or builder of your property for permission. You should retain written records of all communications and transactions in case you wish to sell the property in the future.

This information is based on legislation in effect as of January 2005 and is subject to change. Legislation may differ by region and country so please check with your local planning officer before committing to any project. www.directgov.gov.uk

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Free Written Quotation & Technical Advice

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1. Dimensions
Width is the measurement across the house, depth or projection is the measurement from the house wall into the garden. Height is the measurement from the damp proof course to the max height of conservatory. Please also note our sizes are external brickwork dimensions. To work out internal dimensions simply take off 102mm from the projection and 204mm from the width measurement.

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