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Lean To Conservatory £1,439.99 @ Argos

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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
A Traditional Dwarf Wall Lean To Conservatory Delivered For Only £1439.99

External brick dimensions in mm (H)2442, (W)2415, (D)2338mm.
Low maintenance white PVCu finish.
Single door with multi-point locking system including dead bolt and shootbolts.
Two opening windows featuring espagnolette locking, key locking handles and night vent facility.
Double glazed 24mm units (4/16/4) manufactured to BS EN 1279.
All sealed units are also toughened safety glass to BS EN 12600.
Interchangeable door and opening window positions (French doors cannot be positioned on the front corners of conservatory).
PVC 70mm profile system to BS EN 12608 incorporating aluminium reinforcing.
BBA Approved roof system with 5 degree roof pitch.
25mm opal multi-wall polycarbonate roof sheets.
Supplied complete with rainwater goods, cresting and finial (where appropriate), fixings and sealants.
Comprehensive installation instructions and installation DVD also included.
Price includes home delivery to UK mainland within 28 days.
Price DOES NOT include base, dwarf wall, installation or internal window boards.
Manufacturer's 10 year guarantee
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
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#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/476-6860062IEUC578644X.jpg
#2
i bought a similar kit off ebay for about the same price, it was the full height window model so only 2 courses of bricks to lay, mine is about 3 metres wide so slightly larger and came with free roller blinds (pretty essential if you don't want a hot house). They are not the easiest things in the world to build and certainly not something you can throw up in an afternoon, we are pretty pleased with ours though
#3
wiffles
i bought a similar kit off ebay for about the same price, it was the full height window model so only 2 courses of bricks to lay, mine is about 3 metres wide so slightly larger and came with free roller blinds (pretty essential if you don't want a hot house). They are not the easiest things in the world to build and certainly not something you can throw up in an afternoon, we are pretty pleased with ours though

I saw a cheap one on ebay, £70ish more then Argos and it was roughly the same size.
Was yours from the seller conservatorykits?
#4
wiffles
They are not the easiest things in the world to build and certainly not something you can throw up in an afternoon, we are pretty pleased with ours though


The base and brickwork take a bit of time,but if you get that right you can actually put the rest up in a few hours (good drill essential).
#5
cant remember, they were based in yorkshire i think, this was last year so the lower VAT rate might have made it more competitive. apparently they were the ones supplied to homebase, which as we all know is the same as argos
#6
Does this need any kind of planning permission?
#7
Also,is it supplied with French doors as per pic( or is it my eyes playing tricks on me),or is it a single door as described.Mite go for this if its the french ones.
banned#8
good deal
#9
Planning permission is generally not required on conservatories as long as they are under a certain size and 75% of the build is glass.
These are a doddle if you have a flat garden and brick walls, not so good if your walls are made of concrete.
#10
I already have an extension on my house, and was told I couldn't extend any more when I purchased it. Guessing I'd need to ask for planning permission still for one of these?
#11
tek-monkey
I already have an extension on my house, and was told I couldn't extend any more when I purchased it. Guessing I'd need to ask for planning permission still for one of these?


It should be fine. Put one up quietly so nobody notices and you should get away with it. Ask only for forgiveness, not permission. he who dares wins, and all that.
#12
think I would rather sit in the rain than have one of these awful looking lean to's on the back of my house

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