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Conservatories and orangeries are excellent investments. When positioned correctly and well-built, these attractive extensions will add a great deal of value to your home. http://ow.ly/eyHy30hbT9s
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How you position your conservatory depends on the space you have, the design of your home, size of your garden and any foliage or features of your home or garden have that could block light - especially in winter http://ow.ly/9BbV30hbT8p
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Tips for overcoming condensation problems in your conservatory: http://ow.ly/X6eP30gIiny
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Condensation marks can be difficult to clean. Find out what causes condensation in conservatories and how to prevent it: http://ow.ly/NpEK30gIimH
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Read our latest blog post to find out how to deal with pesky condensation in orangeries: http://ow.ly/H7Hv30gIilP
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uPVC material withstands all kinds of weather conditions. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/MgIy30f8Wk8
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If the conservatory base is solid and stable, uPVC conservatories are expected to last 25 years or more with minimal maintenance. Although affordable, these conservatories are made from high-quality and durable materials. http://ow.ly/qLFy30f8Wh8
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Plastic is generally a lot cheaper than aluminium or wood so you can expect uPVC orangeries to cost far less than the other options. DIY conservatory kits also come pre-fabricated and therefore the set-up is quick and easy. http://ow.ly/Gi2t30f8We1
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How to set up beautiful orangeries with a minimal budget: http://ow.ly/FRgD30f5x7z
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A small conservatory may bring down the average conservatory cost but will ruin your landscaping if you have a large house and vice versa. The size of the conservatory should match that of your house. Learn more here: http://ow.ly/V4ny30f5x5b
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