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How to build a durabase steel conservatory base

After choosing your site, dig out the holes for the pads as per the plan provided.
Mix and fill the holes with concrete and allow to harden. Each pad is only 450mm3 Note the minimal mess and disruption to the garden. Please click image to enlarge.

Lay out the outer cill and attach the adjustable legs. Position the rear cill along the house wall then drill and fix using the raw bolts provided. Please click image to enlarge.

Bolt all the outer cill sections together and position the base legs on top of the pads. Check the levels throughout using a spirit level and adjust using the adjustable screw legs. Please click image to enlarge.

Slot the floor joists into the brackets and secure with the nuts and bolts supplied. Position the joist supports and continue to check the base is level. When all is finished, tighten all the fixings. Please click image to enlarge.

Fix the numbered skirt sections to the base as per the plan provided. Please click image to enlarge.

Lay out the damp course membrane onto the base and position the wall sections as shown in the plan provided. Bolt all sections together then screw each section to the steel base. All the screws and bolts that you will need are provided. When secure, finish by placing the spare bricks into place and mortar around using mortar supplied. Please click image to enlarge.

You are now ready to erect the conservatory and lay the flooring and underfloor insulation. Once you have plastered and decorated you can sit down and enjoy your new conservatory with the satisfaction of a job well done. Please click image to enlarge.
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