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Some types of conservatory could be banned under new legislation

Some types of conservatory could be banned under new legislation according to the Daily Mail.

Did you see the article that some types of conservatory could be banned under new legislation?

According to the Daily Mail this month, owners won’t be allowed to add glass conservatories to new-build properties due to new climate change rules being introduced in 2022.

If you have a glass or polycarbonate roof now, you’ll probably agree that they are inefficient.

They are unbearably hot in the summer months and need a lot of heating in winter.

But this doesn’t mean you can’t or shouldn’t consider a conservatory. SolarFrame has developed a range that will fit well within regulations and create a room that you can use year-round.

Our conservatories (or extensions as we call them) are an environmentally friendly solution from manufacture to build. The thermal performance of the finished product delivers unrivalled economic and environmental benefits by saving money on bills, and using less natural gas and electric to heat your conservatory space – reducing the carbon footprint of your home.

Future proof your home with SolarFrame.

Contact us now and we can talk through the SolarFrame difference

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