Friday 7th June, 2013
If you've decided to add a conservatory to your home then you've made a great decision. Not only can conservatories provide you with a wealth of extra living space but they can add significant value to your home. However, if you make the mistake of hiring rogue builders to carry out the installation, your new conservatory could bring you nothing but misery. Often, home-owners put little thought into who they hire and the results can be disastrous, with roofs that leak, poorly built foundations and even conservatories that have collapsed just days or weeks after they've been built being common tales. To avoid facing similar problems, you should ensure that you hire a competent installer. Many home-owners opt to utilise the Ultra Conservatory Installer Scheme run by Ultraframe.
Put your Trust in the Ultra Installer Scheme
Ultraframe's very own Ultra Installer Scheme is used by many home-owners to avoid the problems caused by rogue builders. From the start of the planning process to the moment the conservatory is completed, installers go out of their way to ensure that everything is perfect. Quite simply, if it's not perfect then it's not finished. The scheme has a great reputation for quality workmanship and this is what gives home-owners complete peace of mind during the entire operation. Rather than opting for installers you've never heard of, with little online presence or references from satisfied customers, choose the Ultra Conservatory Installer Scheme. To further enhance their level of expertise, installers attend regular training days at the Ultraframe School of Excellence, which ensures that they are up-to-speed on the latest developments in the industry.
By choosing to use the Ultra Conservatory Installer Scheme, you will receive an independent Insurance Backed Guarantee which provides deposit and 'staged payment' indemnity. Furthermore, on completion you'll receive a 'Certificate of Authenticity' which is proof that your conservatory is built with a genuine Ultraframe Conservatory roof. This is worth holding on to, especially if you intend to sell your home at some point in the future, as it can add significant value to your property.