Getting a good conservatory installer
Because you are likely to spend a decent amount on building a new conservatory, windows or doors for your home you should take a look at a website guide, as it will be prudent to ensure that the building work is going to be carried out to a better than acceptable standard and they can give you quotes from certified installers. (more about windows here: www.mylocalprices.co.uk/replacement-windows-cost
This will ensure that, in the event that there is an issue with your installation company, have some process in place to resolve any disputes or problems. One of the UK trade associations that cover these areas is the Double Glazing & Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS).
You can find out more on their website, but in short, they have a code of practice for their members and also insist that installers who are members provide customers with a range of benefits, such as deposit protection.
If things go wrong, then they have a dispute resolution process and can even provide access to a compensation fund.
Don’t be fooled by excuses, if the company who is offering to build your conservatory is not registered with a recognised trade association think twice about using them – act in haste, repent at leisure.