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frequently asked questions
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It’s safe to say that conservatories don’t make the most financial sense, even if they do offer a small percentage of added value. If your aim is to make big bucks in return, you’d be better off creating an extra bedroom by having a brick home extension, loft conversion or basement renovation.
At PB Developers we have many years of glazing experience and offer a reliable and professional service from start to finish. Please fill out our free building quote form and one of our building experts will be in touch shortly.
House windows come in a range of shapes, styles and materials, although many window manufacturers do offer standard window sizes. Looking to replace the windows on your home? No matter what size and style window you require, get the best for your home with PB Developers. Please fill out our free building quote form and one of our building experts will be in touch shortly.
The two most popular glass types used for double glazed windows are annealed and toughened glass. Annealed glass (also known as ‘float’ glass) is the most affordable option out there and has been used for decades because of its durability and ability to act as a shock absorber against any blows against it, making it incredibly secure. Toughened (or ‘tempered’) glass, however, is far stronger than annealed and is far less likely to break; if it does break, however, it fragments into small chunks instead of leaving large, jagged shards within the window frame.
The average life expectancy of a standard conservatory used to be around ten years, but, with experienced modern installation methods, the use of high quality of materials, and proper maintenance, you can now can now expect a uPVC conservatory to last around 25 years (and then some). If you would like us to provide a free conservatory quotation please call our team today.