Why Choose a DIY Conservatory Over Calling in the Professionals?

When people are looking to extend their homes, conservatories are becoming more and more popular, they’re cheaper than a full blown extension, they don’t take up as much space in your garden and it will undoubtedly be the lightest room in the house.

But when it comes to installing your conservatory should you do it yourself or call in the professionals? Having trouble deciding which is the best option for you? Here’s a few things for you to consider:


Like most decisions we make in life, it all comes down to money. If you’re building a conservatory on a budget it will most probably work out cheaper to buy a DIY conservatory and build it yourself. Hiring a professional team to do it will mean you’re paying out extra to cover the cost of labour and tools, etc.


We all lead incredibly busy lives and setting some time aside to carry out home improvements is not always easy, especially if you work full time. Hiring a professional means you won’t have to worry about the time issue however if you do want to tackle it on your own then simply book a few days off work to ensure you can get the job done in one go.


Do you have the skills for the job? Putting up a conservatory on your own is no easy feat, it takes time, skills and determination – you need to be confident you have the ability to tackle this without the help of the professionals. You could always call in the help of a few friends or neighbours to help you overcome any issues and offer a bit of extra manpower.

If you want the satisfaction of building a conservatory yourself then here at Crown Windows Trade we can help. We have a selection of DIY Conservatories for you to choose from, specifically designed with the DIYer in mind.

For more information on any of the products we have on offer please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us today and find out how we can help you.

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