Conservatory FAQs | Bespoke Conservatories in Bradford & Yorkshire

At Coral we employ an experienced town planner who will be able to decide if planning permission is required, if you request he will then obtain this on your behalf.

One of our trained surveyors will discuss your requirements and advise you what is needed. At Coral we believe what goes under the ground is as important as what we build on the surface. All our builders are fully experienced in all aspects of Building and Ground work which is inspected by The Federation of Master Builders.

Yes. At Coral we believe that the foundations need to be as substantial as your home and we will always pile foundations if required and have invested in our own piling machine which keeps the cost to you at a minimum.

You will be advised firstly of a build date, this date refers to the date the builders will be on your site to commence the building work. Depending on the size this is usually completed within a week or two weeks on the larger projects. Once the builders have finished our installation team will arrive to install the frames and roof, usually on site no longer than a week. During the work being carried out you may be visited by either the electrician, plumber or plasterer who does the finishing touches but the overall time from start to finish is well under a month, sometimes in the week.

Yes. Dependent upon the design of your bungalow the roof of the conservatory may need to be designed using a box gutter.

Opal or heat shield poly carbonate will reflect the heat keeping the internal temperature down and also reduces glare. If your choice is glass you will require glass with solar properties, i.e. active blue or neutral.

Yes. All solid roofs regardless of size require building regulations.

At Coral we can manufacture your conservatory in a range of colours, cream being one of the new up and coming colours for the future.

We will always endeavour to match an existing building, a process we have successfully undertaken for many years, however due to the age of certain properties an exact match is not possible and the nearest brick is used.

NO. We will never request a deposit for a conservatory and do not take stage payments, whatever the cost. You only pay Coral when your conservatory is complete.

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