When you are deciding what products are best for your house it can be easy to get confused by jargon. Lots of different words can be used to describe what might look like the same thing. We have collected together some of the questions that we are asked most frequently so that you can find the answers in one easy to access place.

Do you need planning permission for an orangery?

A question we get asked very frequently is if you need planning permission for an orangery or conservatory. We’ve written a whole blog post about getting planning permission for your orangery or conservatory, which you can find here. In general, you need planning permission if your¬†house is in a conservation area. You also need it if you live in national park or designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Additionally, if the volume of the house will be increased by more than 15 per cent or 70 cubic metres, you need it. Other considerations include if the conservatory is not on ground lever, the house has already been extended, or the house is in a terrace. We can help you through the whole planning process, guiding you on who you need to contact.

When should I replace my windows?

Knowing when your windows need replacing is difficult. Because of this we came up with a handy little list of what to look out for. Take a look at our blog to find out all of our advice.

Why do you choose Deceunick windows?

We are proud to have worked with our windows supplier Deceunick for many years. Crucially because we think that they provide high quality window products at an affordable cost. We are dedicated to giving our customers a fair deal, and we like that our window supplier feels the same. If you want to know more about Deceuninick why not take a look at their website here.

What is a Garden Room?

Deciding on whether to have a conservatory, orangery, or Garden Room can be difficult, particularly if you don’t know the difference between the three. Take a look at our Garden Room and Conservatory product profiles to find out more!

Didn't find the answer to your question?

Take a look at our FAQ page or call into our Basingstoke office on 01256 841522 to ask one of our team.