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STEP 1 - Chose your sunroom. Select the style, select the size. Remember some main points for your design - the style should be in keeping with your property, if space is an issue square styles offer more floor area, full height glass is ideal for warm sunny days, south and west-facing rooms will get VERY hot so you'll need a plan to cool them down
STEP 2 - Calculate the cost - use the calculator to get a general idea of what you should expect to pay - check the price difference between styles and sizes. Look at the savings you could make if you do some of the work yourself or even by going down the full -DIY route as opposed to a full-installed sunroom - don't forget though, you need to account for your time and your skills as well.
STEP 3 - Use the BestQuote service to find suppliers who can give you the BEST QUOTE for your sunroom. Our network will match your design requirements to the best supplier for you.
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Tips for sale of sunrooms in and around uk
Tip – if you are looking for sale of sunrooms in and around uk remember to check out planning permission rules with the planning office at your local council. Don’t take a salesman’s advice; taking it down if you get it wrong is a lot more painful.
Tip – if you are looking for sale of sunrooms in and around uk make sure when you sign any contracts that installation and completion dates are specified.
Tip – if you are looking for sale of sunrooms in and around uk it is worth noting that a bronze-tinted roof reduces the light coming into your sunroom and can make it dark - needing lights on all day – exactly what you don’t want in a room designed to make the most of the sun. Consider opal-tint instead.