When you are looking to buy car insurance, a new sofa or brand new car, you are making one of the biggest investments you will ever go through with. When you are looking for the best price what do you do? Shop around of course. This same theory should apply when you are seeking to make some sort of home improvement n your home. This is especially true of conservatories as with a little bit of wheeling and dealing, combined with good research on your part, you may be able to grab a conservatory bargain. Many installers will not list prices on their websites and if they do, they should be avoided at all costs. Installers should only ever pass on quotes once they have fully assessed your home and the area where the conservatory is going to be installed. Even when you receive a quote, haggle with the installer as they will be keen to secure the work and your money. But, beware of installers who quote too cheaply as it usually means that the quality of workmanship has been compromised on and no one wants a job shabbily done. You should also check that the installer is recognised by the relevant industry body as this is usually a sign of quality and in the case that something goes wrong, you will have the opportunity to complain. The price of your new construction may depend on the type of design that you choose. A lean to design will usually be the most cost effective, but will not offer you the floor space that other designs you , so choose carefully and ensure that you do not go over budget. You can also apply the above when you look into orangeries as an alternative type of extension, as there is always room to negotiate. Conservatory Outlet specialise in the manufacturing and installation of Conservatory, Conservatories, Orangery and uPVC windows and doors. For more information on conservatory installations in your area visit http://www.conservatoryoutlet.co.uk/ or call 0800 915 8844 for a free no obligation quote.