When is a Deal, just too good to be true? Many people perceive the added bonuses on double glazing or conservatory deals to be well worth it. But in all honesty this usually couldn’t be further from the truth.
Crafty marketing departments, add terms like Free, X% off and buy one get one free to pull in the unsuspecting customer and convince you your getting a good deal.
In reality you are buying your uPVC widows, doors or conservatories from a business, and every business needs to make a profit, if it expects to survive. Many of the adverts you see and hear offering something for free or at a discounted price just make up the price of the discount on some other aspect of the sale.
This is not to say that all promotional offers are flagrant attempts to pull the wool over your eyes. In some circumstances the consumer can get the upper hand.
Some business in certain circumstances will run without making much of a profit, If there’s a high concentration of retailers within an area they can sometimes go head to head trying to undercut each other offering unbelievable deals until one can no longer compete and has to close it’s doors. This is an excellent opportunity
for the consumer, as anything offering price matching can be turned into a unbelievable way to build a phenomenal deal (just make sure you really do get like for like)
The most important thing to remember when looking for conservatories, windows or doors is to get as many quotes as you can, you can then compare all the quotes to see if you really are getting a good deal. web site like
Conservatory TV are an excellent place to start your research, offering an extensive number of articles and topics on everything to do with uPVC windows, conservatories and doors.
Another thing to keep in mind is customer service and after sales support. Are any guarantees offered with your purchase, and importantly will the business be able to maintain that guarantee. What I mean by that is, will the company still be around in 5-10 or even 20 years time to make good on it’s word. Are the company reliable and easily able to address your concerns.
As with any purchase research you product first, find out what makes up the product, you will find product knowledge can really make a difference when trying to obtain the best quote.
All the above factors should play a part when deciding on what quote to go with, Try not to think cheap is best. Try to answer the following question! Is the deal I’m getting value for money? A few pounds more may save you a life time of regret and worry, surely that would be money well spent.
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