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TitleSupalite Tiled Conservatory Roofs | Feel Warm
Urlhttps://www.feelwarm.co.uk/
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H1Choose an Insulated, Tiled Conservatory Roof from Feel Warm with a 10 Year insurance backed guarantee and 10 year product warranty
H2Call Us Today
01785 503603
Convert your conservatory into an all year round living space
Why choose A Supalite Roof from Feel Warm?
What is a Supalite Roof made of?
Amazing transformation
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H2WithAnchorsCall Us Today
01785 503603
Convert your conservatory into an all year round living space
Why choose A Supalite Roof from Feel Warm?
What is a Supalite Roof made of?
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BodyChoose an Insulated, Tiled Conservatory Roof from Feel Warm with a 10 Year insurance backed guarantee and 10 year product warranty.Book a Survey Tiled Conservatory RoofsRequest a BrochureName *Email *A PDF Brochure will be emailed to you straight awayAddress *A glossy brochure will be posted out to youSubmit Why choose A Supalite Roof from Feel Warm?What is a Supalite Roof made of?A lot of suppliers don't want you to know their roof is made of timber and so you won't see an image like this on their website or pictures of them putting it together. The Supalite roof is a full replacement light weight aluminium system, it is purpose built to sit on top of conservatory frames and unlike timber roofs it wont warp, rot or blow your UPVC glazing giving you a lifetime of trouble free enjoyment.Amazing transformation. Videos and Gallery or...Online Quote Why not book a no obligation free of charge survey for your conservatory roof replacement. You will receive a visit from our expert surveyor who will talk you through your options and inspect your existing conservatory.or.... Know your measurements?  Just send them to us using our fast online quote formOnline Quote Book a Survey  Call us today, contact us by email or complete our online quotation form to start your home improvement journeyGet a FREE Quote Call us on 01785 503603 Email us [email protected] Out of gallery 
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Result 2
TitleConservatories in Birmingham | Cost & Prices | WMDG
Urlhttps://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/conservatories/
DescriptionAt WMDG, we have decades of experience in creating conservatories across Birmingham & the West Midlands. Let us help you add a beautiful space to your home!
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H1Conservatories
H2Explore our conservatories by material
Explore our conservatories by style
Gallery of our New Conservatories
The benefits of WMDG conservatories
Give your home a new perspective with a new conservatory from West Midlands Double Glazing
Get your free no-obligation quote
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Cheaper alternative than an extension
A unique ambience
Increases a home’s value
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BodyConservatories Fitted In Time For XMAS! GET A QUOTE 0% Interest Free Finance Options Available! Why choose WMDG Conservatories?__________If you’re looking to add an extension to your home or upgrade your existing living space, then conservatories may be for you! At WMDG, we have a wealth of experience in creating conservatories of varying styles from numerous materials.Over the decades, we have installed thousands of conservatories throughout Birmingham, the West Midlands and beyond! So, when it comes to choosing your dream conservatory, you couldn’t have found a better place!Whether you’re looking for a traditional style or an ultra-contemporary look, our expert staff can advise you on the best paths to take in terms of design and material choices to ensure that your vision becomes a reality!View some of our work via the galleries below and whenever you’re ready, do give us a call or fill out the contact form on the bottom of this page!Explore our conservatories by material. __________ uPVC >. [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/conservatories-upvc.jpg] Aluminum >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/conservatories-aluminium.jpg] Tiled Roof >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/tiled-roof-extensions-img.jpg] Explore our conservatories by style. __________ Victorian >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/conserv-bespoke-vic.jpg] Edwardian >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Edwardian-Conservatory-banner-page.jpg] P-Shaped >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/converv-p-shaped.jpg] Lean-To >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/conserv-lean-to.jpg] Gable >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/conserv-p-shape-gable.jpg] Glass >. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com//wp-content/uploads/2014/08/glass-extensions.jpg] Georgian>. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/conserv-georgian.jpg] Gallery of our New Conservatories. Click an image below to open the gallery!The benefits of WMDG conservatories. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/DSC00871-min.jpg]Cheaper alternative than an extension. ____Extensions are often very expensive projects but conservatories always cost far less. This is due to conservatory construction requiring far fewer materials and tend to feature as an attachment to your home, rather than an additional room with the traditional elements.A unique ambience. ____Another benefit of having a conservatory, as opposed to an extension, is that it adds a portion of space to your home that is bathed in natural light as well as more complete outdoor views. They are fantastic places to unwind and relax throughout the day. Whether it be for your morning cuppa, reading a book or a late afternoon nap, the unique ambience that a conservatory will add to your home is very noticeable. [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/IMG_6620-min.jpg] [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==][https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/IMG_6631-min.jpg]Increases a home’s value. ____A great plus point of having a conservatory is that it adds value to your property. A conservatory can add as much as 5% to your home’s overall value which can add up to a substantial amount if you ever wish to sell your home. Far more than what you’d spend on the conservatory construction itself. Certainly an investment worth thinking about!Give your home a new perspective with a new conservatory from West Midlands Double Glazing. Browse our extensive range of styles and materials to choose a bespoke conservatory to complement your home and deliver the benefits you want. Find out moreTRUSTPILOT. West Midlands Double Glazing rate 8.2 out of 10 based on 2,900+ TrustPilot reviews Get your free no-obligation quote. sale_nav [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]sale_nav [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img,w_415,h_464/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/sale_nav.jpg]Webp.net-resizeimage (2) [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]Webp.net-resizeimage (2) [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img,w_100,h_70/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Webp.net-resizeimage-2.gif]fca-logo [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]fca-logo [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img,w_190,h_60/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/09/fca-logo-190x60.png]Webp.net-resizeimage (1) [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]Webp.net-resizeimage (1) [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img,w_100,h_60/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/Webp.net-resizeimage-1.gif]Footer. 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BlogContact UsCompany ProfileFinance10 Year GuarenteeFOS Complaints Procedure Credit is subject to status and affordability.  West Midlands Double Glazing Limited, 77 Overend Street, West Bromwich, West Midlands, B70 6EY (Register No. 796080) is a credit broker and is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.  Credit is provided by a panel of lenders with whom we have a commercial relationship (so we cannot provide independent advice).   GGFi-guaranteed-protection [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]GGFi-guaranteed-protection [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img,w_87,h_85/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/GGFi-guaranteed-protection.png]fensa-registered-company [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]fensa-registered-company [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img,w_105,h_47/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/fensa-registered-company.png] Site Map | Terms and Conditions West Midlands Double Glazing Icon [data:image/gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw==]West Midlands Double Glazing Icon [https://sp-ao.shortpixel.ai/client/q_glossy,ret_img/https://www.westmidlandsglazing.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/logo-new-1.jpg]West Midlands Double Glazing. 77 Overend Street, West Bromwich4.3 84 reviews Get a quote!
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TitleConservatories for Wolverhampton and the Midlands | Wolverhampton Glass
Urlhttps://www.wolverhamptonglass.co.uk/conservatories
DescriptionModern conservatories offer the perfect alternative to moving to a new house. We install conservatories as well as design them in Wolverhampton and all over the Midlands
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H1Conservatory installations in Wolverhampton and the Midlands
H2Bespoke conservatory designs tailored to homes in Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sutton Coldfield and beyond
What is the best base for a conservatory?
Modern conservatories can be used all year round, perfect for busy homes in Solihull, Stourbridge and Lichfield
Part of the Sustainium Group
45 years as a local home improvements installer
We’re a fully accredited and locally reputable company
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H2WithAnchorsBespoke conservatory designs tailored to homes in Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sutton Coldfield and beyond
What is the best base for a conservatory?
Modern conservatories can be used all year round, perfect for busy homes in Solihull, Stourbridge and Lichfield
Part of the Sustainium Group
45 years as a local home improvements installer
We’re a fully accredited and locally reputable company
BodyConservatory installations in Wolverhampton and the MidlandsModern conservatories offer the perfect alternative to moving to a new house. Serving a variety of purposes, from extra space to lounge to a designated children’s playroom, the possibilities are truly endless. The combination of cutting-edge building techniques and high-performance materials guarantees a warm, comfortable, and safe space that can be enjoyed for decades to come. At Wolverhampton Glass, we offer bespoke new build conservatories with a state-of-the-art modular conservatory base and wall system. It's not only efficient and attractive, but it’s also a lot quicker and easier to install too. So, before you know it, you’ll have essential extra floor space to work, rest, and play in. Get a quote Up to 40% off windows, doors & conservatories Buy now pay later with 0% APR finance Bespoke conservatory designs tailored to homes in Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sutton Coldfield and beyond. Whether your home is modern or traditionally styled, we can design a conservatory unique to you and your family’s specific requirements. Choose from a range of high-performance window and door materials. From traditional French doors to premium aluminium bifold doors right through to timeless timber flush sash windows, as well as four gorgeous roofing options; glass, tiled, solid, or lantern. Accommodating all kinds of conservatory styles and sizes, modern glazed roofs are typically chosen for their naturally illuminating and self-cleaning qualities. Tiled roofs are ideal for contemporary conservatory roof replacements. Solid roofs offer unmatched privacy and excellent sound insulation. Roof lanterns welcome the most natural light into the space (making it seem much bigger) whilst effortlessly creating a striking architectural focal point. Coupled with over 150 RAL colours, diverse dual colour options, solid brick, render, or cladded base finishes and a beautiful collection of stylish crestings and finials to choose from. Creating the conservatory of your dreams is well within reach with Wolverhampton Glass. Find out more What is the best base for a conservatory? The two main types of conservatory base are a traditional build, involving digging and laying the foundations, or a modern steel base construction using pad foundations. Innovative steel base conservatory systems (like ours!) are preferable, considerably cutting down costs, time, waste, and disruption. Even better, they can be sited anywhere, even on sloping sites. Once the steel frame base is in place, the solid brick base and sturdy modular walls can be constructed in a matter of hours. At the cutting-edge of modern conservatory installation, your new conservatory will be ready to enjoy in just a few days with Wolverhampton Glass. Learn More Brochures Brochures Wolverhampton Glass Brochure Warmer Roof Brochure Stratus Retail Brochure Ultraframe Brochure Ambience Brochure Modern conservatories can be used all year round, perfect for busy homes in Solihull, Stourbridge and Lichfield. Our innovative steel base modular wall construction with modern multi-foil insulation is not just fast, clean, and long-lasting. When combined with our A+ rated windows, doors, and roofing, it delivers superior thermal and weatherproofing capabilities too. Achieving some of the lowest U-values and energy ratings possible, you can look forward to a warmer, quieter, and more efficient home. Alongside notable energy bill reductions, in a glorious extra living space flooded with warming natural light. Approved and certified by leading building inspection company JHAI and supported by a comprehensive 25-year guarantee as standard, peace of mind comes naturally with a Wolverhampton Glass conservatory installation. Our local conservatory builders can help you with planning permission. Whether you want a traditional conservatory or anything else from our extensive conservatory range. Let us get a cost for your conservatory. Get in Touch Part of the Sustainium Group. The Sustainium Group is a collection of forward-thinking home improvement companies who are dedicated to delivering home improvements that are both ethical and sustainable. As a company who has sustainability at the core of every process in our business, we’re a valued member of the Sustainium Group. Our products are energy-efficient and sustainable, helping both you and us to reduce our carbon footprint. 45 years as a local home improvements installer. With over 45 years of industry experience, you can trust that your home is in good hands when you choose Wolverhampton Glass. We are proud to have completed over 25,000 projects across the Midlands in areas like Sutton Coldfield, Stourbridge, Hagley and Lye, so it’s likely that we have installed windows, doors and conservatory roofs on a home down your road. Our dedication to our customers is at the heart of everything we do. Our committed customer services team and fully-trained installers work together to deliver high quality and custom-designed installations combined with exceptional levels of customer services that meet the exact requirements of each and every homeowner. More About Us Could I just put on record how impressed we have been with Mick and the team who came to lay the base last week. They arrived promptly, worked very hard and efficiently, left everything tidy, and above all they have done an excellent job in just a few days. I assume we were lucky enough to have had your A team working here. If they are not recognised as such, well they should be! Please thank them on our behalf for doing an excellent job. Thanks again Mr and Mrs Pilkington Just wanted to thank you all for the installations carried out at my house last week. The window fitters were great, and I have to pass on an extra special thanks for the chap who came in on the Friday to single handedly fit the doors. He was brilliant and did an amazing job. All your fitters kept me informed what was going on and left no mess. So happy with the result. Many thanks to you too Matt, for juggling jobs to keep my kitchen refit on schedule. Much appreciated. Ms Chambers I would like to thank all at Wolverhampton Glass for an exceptionally professional and satisfactory Warmer Roof installation carried out by Carl, Alan, and Brian over the last few days. Even though the weather was less than ideal the guys worked tirelessly to ensure that all aspects of the installation went smoothly. Where there were issues, they were sorted with the minimum of fuss and their tidiness and attention to detail was impressive and greatly appreciated. Mr Day Thank you and pass my thanks on to everyone for the work done, very pleased with the end product and has made a massive different to our house! Mr Pountne We’re a fully accredited and locally reputable company. At Wolverhampton Glass, you’ve got complete peace of mind as we are fully accredited by all the relevant regulatory bodies. We are a FENSA registered company and are also proud to offer a 10 year insurance backed guarantee on every installation as standard. Over our 45 years, we’ve built up quite the local reputation too. Take a look at some of our recent customer reviews from homeowners across the Midlands. Trustpilot Our Exclusive Signature Club is free to join and entitles members to a fantastic range of discounts and offers above and beyond that of any standard promotions. It’s simple to sign up, simply fill in the form and we will send you your very own Signature Club card in the post along with our latest Signature Club promotions. Also by becoming a member we will automatically enter you into our monthly Facebook competitions – Click here to see current competition.
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TitleBespoke & Self Build Conservatories | ConservatoryLand
Urlhttps://www.conservatoryland.com/
DescriptionSelf-build conservatories are the cheapest, fastest and most efficient way to extend your home. Build your own bespoke conservatory today & save thousands
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H1ConservatoryLand is the UK’s number one supplier of self-build conservatories
H2SAVE! Costs about HALF of a traditional conservatory build
4 Day DIY Conservatory Build - Video
Use An Approved Conservatory Installer & Still Save £1000's
Build your own conservatory
Lean-To Conservatories
Edwardian Conservatories
Victorian Conservatories
Gable Conservatories
P-Shaped Conservatories
Hipped Back Edwardian
Free UK Delivery on Every Conservatory
Why Self-Build Conservatories?
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BodyConservatoryLand is the UK’s number one supplier of self-build conservatories Our self-build conservatory models allow you to save thousands on the price, you could build your own conservatory in just four days! We offer a variety of different DIY conservatory styles so you can find the self-build conservatory that perfectly suits your home. Build your own conservatory. Lean-To Conservatories. More details Edwardian Conservatories. More details Victorian Conservatories. More details Gable Conservatories. More details P-Shaped Conservatories. More details Hipped Back Edwardian. More details  Free UK Delivery on Every Conservatory. We will personally deliver your self-build conservatory directly to your door. No matter where you live in England or Wales, our all-inclusive service covers everyone; whether you’re in central London or remote Wales. Delivery is completely free – and we’ve included easy-to-follow instructions to ensure the process of building your own conservatory is kept as simple as possible. We’ve sold thousands of self-build conservatories to people all over the UK. If you’d like to arrange a viewing of one close by to your home – just ask. Once you’ve received your order, assembly should only take a few days. If you need any help, simply call one of our specialists here at Conservatory Land. We’ll be happy to help. You can reach our team on 0800 952 8000.   Why Self-Build Conservatories? The quickest possible way to get your conservatory is by using our DIY methods. It literally takes just a few days. With our cheap DIY Conservatories, you can save thousands of pounds, and you don’t have to worry about builders turning your back garden into a construction site. The materials we use are all of the highest quality, and are fully guaranteed for 10 years. Best of all, the end product is a premium-quality conservatory for the cheapest price. The instructions are clear and easy to follow, designed to make it as simple as possible to build your own conservatory. But if you do have any questions, don’t hesitate to call us on 0800 952 8000. You can also request a free brochure by filling out the form on the right hand side and entering your details.     Our Reviews. EXCELLENT Based on 316 reviews. Stephen Bowden 11/10/2021 Verified review Conservatory land kept us informed all the way through planning and installation. Would recommend this company to anyone absolutely delighted with the finished product a great asset to our property. Jennifer Daly 08/10/2021 Verified review We needed to replace our conservatory and chose this firm to go with , Absolutely over the moon we did … Callum was brilliant at helping us and always there with answers , would definitely recommend them Susan Gower 06/10/2021 Verified review Excellent service. Everything happened as they said it happens, arrived when they said it would, built as they said it would and looks as good as they said it would. ConservatoryLand, it's just what it says on the tin. Keith Lockhart 24/09/2021 Verified review Excellent from start to finish thank you Jan Pointin 15/09/2021 Verified review Blown away! From start to finish I was blown away by the professionalism and precision of the ConservatoryLand sales and design team. The installers were courteous and helpful throughout, even when (through no fault of their own) they had to down tools and return at a later date! My conservatory looks amazing! So thank you! I would highly recommend this company! Christy Chung Morton 13/09/2021 Verified review Beautiful conservatory with reasonable price The quality of the conservatory is very satisfying. It looks beautiful. Value for money. The installation is very smooth and were done quickly and on time. I’m very happy with this and definitely will recommend to others. Sarah Howell 10/09/2021 Verified review A flawless process from start to finish. Super pleased with the conservatory and the approved installers did a brilliant job. Would definitely recommend. Mick Menage 08/09/2021 Verified review ConservatoryLand: A great improvement for any home. After much internet research and comparing various suppliers we recently purchased a conservatory. Quality and value for money being a main factor in investing in this extra space to our home. ConservatoryLand came up tops in this requirement, the price was excellent, with finance options including Buy Now Pay Later, interest free credit and monthly instalments. The ease of choosing the style, ordering thru to manufacture was beyond belief, once delivered it was fully erected in only 4 days. Every conservatory is made bespoke to your exact requirements. We would like to thank all staff in assisting and ensuring everything went to plan, in particular a big thank you to Senior Sales Advisor Callum Stevenson for all his advice and guidance throughout. The Approved Installer, Austin Donovan, ADL Windows & Doors Ltd was always prompt and on time. He was very professional and was fully competent with ConservatoryLand procedures. We would recommend this company. Miss. Lisa Jane Hopkins 03/09/2021 Verified review What an amazing experience,I cant thank Becky enough for all her help and guidance.We have the most beautiful conservatory with brilliant builders who are recommended by Conservatoryland who were spotlessly clean and professional.....I cant recommend Conservatoryland enough.   Get a free quote Request a brochure Get a free quote. Close Request a brochure. Close ConservatoryLand use cookies to give you the best experience on our website. By continuing, you agree to the use of cookies.I AcceptPrivacy Policy
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TitleHow Much Does a Conservatory Cost in the UK? (2021 Guide)
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DescriptionLots of factors impact the price of a new conservatory in the UK. This guide covers everything you need to know about how much a conservatory costs in 2021
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BodyConservatory Cost What is the cost of a conservatory in the UK? Prices start at around £5000 for a small conservatory, but can reach up to £75,000 for a large luxury conservatory. This guide breaks down all the costs of a new conservatory that you should expect. Last updated: 7th October, 2021 Reading time: 18 mins How Much Does a Conservatory Cost? Let's get straight to it. The price of a conservatory installation will vary depending on the material you use, as well as the type and size of your conservatory. Let's consider materials first: You should expect a wood conservatory to cost around £5000 to £29,100. Other options include a uPVC conservatory, which is typically priced at £3900 to £66,700, while aluminium conservatories range in price from £4000 to £73,800. Table of Contents How Much Does a Conservatory Cost?What are the Additional Costs of a Conservatory?What are the Supply Costs of a Conservatory?Tradesmen Costs of a ConservatoryHow Long Does It Take to Build a Conservatory?How Much Does Each Stage of a Conservatory Build Cost?Conservatory Roof Replacement & Repair CostsCost of Cleaning a ConservatoryConservatory Removal CostFAQsSources Get Instant Quotes Compare quotes and get a price for any job around the home or garden. No obligations. Completely free. Get a Price for your Job What are the Additional Costs of a Conservatory? There are various other costs you need to consider when installing a conservatory. Let's dive into them. Extensive Conservatory Groundwork Costs. Before building a conservatory, it is important that the ground is fully prepared to support the new build. This could include excavation. This involves digging up and levelling the ground to ensure it is secure. Normally, excavation costs around £30 to £50 per cubic metres to fully prepare the ground. You may also need to check that you have proper drainage in place that is connected to the main water supply. And if you don't? You may have to pay for drainage installation. This requires a lot of digging and the installation of pipework. This will normally cost between £700 and £1000. Conservatory Planning Permission Costs. To adhere to planning permission regulations, you need to make sure that your conservatory doesn't: Cover more than half the area of the existing property. Extend any higher than the tallest part of your property’s roof or eaves. Extend more than four metres beyond the rear wall of your home. Include any raised platforms or alterations to the existing roof. Here are two further restrictions you should also know about: If you plan to install your conservatory within two metres of the property boundary, then the height of the eaves must not exceed three metres. The conservatory must not be brought in front of the principal elevation or side elevation if it is near a highway. If you plan to make any changes that are not permitted or you live in a listed building, then you will have to apply for planning permission. Normally, planning permission costs around £200. Conservatory Building Regulation Costs. Before building a conservatory, it is important that you adhere to the extension building regulations that are currently in place. To ensure that you meet building regulations, you should hire a tradesperson listed under the competent person’s scheme. And if you don't? If you opt to hire someone who is not registered, then you may need to pay for building approval yourself, which will vary depending on your local council’s costs. You must obtain building regulations approval for your conservatory doors and windows too. This includes making sure that they are energy-efficient and that the recommended amount of heat that can pass through the glass is met. You will also need to make sure that safety glazing is used in critical areas where there is an unobstructed opening and on any glazed door up to 1500mm from the ground. Another important regulation involves ventilation. You must ensure that all doors and windows provide appropriate ventilation - especially if you are using your conservatory as a kitchen or utility room. You also need to ensure that your conservatory is protected against fire. This could involve installing doors or windows with extra fire resistance. You should also make sure that they are big enough to provide a means of escape should a fire break out. However, you may not have to apply for building regulations approval if your conservatory: Is less than 30 square metres. Is separated from your home. Has its own separate heating system. Conservatory Guttering Cost. To protect your conservatory, you will need to install guttering to prevent water from damaging the foundations. The cost of conservatory guttering is around £12 to £16 per metre. Conservatory Blinds Cost. For added privacy in your conservatory, you should consider having blinds fitted to each window. But there are lots of different types of blinds you can get. This includes: Roman blinds: £20 to £60. Venetian blinds: £10 to £30. Vertical blinds: £16 to £100. The cost of blinds installation can be anywhere from £20 to £50 for conservatory windows. However, this will vary depending on how many windows you have. Conservatory Heaters Cost. Now here's the thing. One significant problem with conservatories is that they can become too cold to use in the cold winter months. To ensure your conservatory stays warm, you should consider installing an electric radiator. An electric radiator costs around £100 to £150 to buy and install. Another common conservatory heating solution is underfloor heating. This is typically priced at £60 to £100 per square metre (for professional installation). What are the Supply Costs of a Conservatory? Planning to install a new conservatory by yourself? Or maybe you just want to buy your own supplies? Here are some rough conservatory prices you should expect to pay. Type of conservatory uPVC supply cost (m²) Wood supply cost (m²) Aluminium supply cost (m²) Victorian £360 - £700 £760 - £1080 £440 - £820 Edwardian £530 - £760 £550 - £1125 £620 - £870 Lean-to £300 - £490 £480 - £1320 £320 - £580 P-shaped £430 - £480 £610 - £700 £530 - £820 L-shaped £690 - £980 £630 - £930 £810 - £1120 T-shaped £690 - £980 £610 - £700 £810 - £1120 Orangery £850 - £4980 £1150 - £1840 £1000 - £5570 But what about sunrooms and glass rooms? We've got you covered! The table below sets out the average supply costs for a sunroom and glass room installation. Type of conservatory Budget Average Premium Sunroom £1900 - £2800 £2900 - £3700 £3800 - £4700 Glass room £230 - £470 £570 - £650 £890 - £1200 Tradesmen Costs of a Conservatory. A critically important cost to consider when calculating the cost of a new conservatory is the price you're paying for labour. So, what should you expect to pay for labour? To ensure your conservatory is built to a high standard, you should hire a team of professionals. Typically, they will charge around £150 to £200 per day for their services. What other tradespeople might you need to hire? If you need the help of a roofer to contract the conservatory roof, you'll usually be charged between £15 to £25 per hour (or £150 to £200 per day). For a window fitter to install the double glazing for you, you should expect to pay around £10 to £20 per hour. For your conservatory interior, you might want to consider hiring a painter and decorator. They'll usually charge about £100 to £300 per day. For fitting any electrical systems or lights, you might need to bring in an electrician. Typically, electricians cost around £30 to £60 per hour. How Long Does It Take to Build a Conservatory? Here's another important thing. You need to consider the time it will take to build a new conservatory, as this will help you determine the final cost that you should expect to pay for it. The table below sets out the time frame for the different types of conservatory. Type of conservatory Duration Victorian 3 - 4 weeks Edwardian 2 – 3 weeks Lean-to 2 – 3 weeks P-shaped 3 – 4 weeks L-shaped 3 – 4 weeks T-shaped 3 – 4 weeks Orangery 4 – 5 weeks Sunroom 2 – 3 weeks Glass room 1 – 2 weeks How Much Does Each Stage of a Conservatory Build Cost? There are various stages involved in building a conservatory. Let's go through each stage (and the costs involved) now. Building a Conservatory Base. Before building your conservatory, you need to make sure that you have a robust base to support it. This involves excavating the floor area where your conservatory will be situated. It will then be levelled, and the conservatory base should be formed using concrete which usually costs around £90 per square metre. Building Conservatory Wall. Once the conservatory base is built, a low dwarf-wall will need to be constructed to provide extra support to your conservatory. This will involve building the wall from the base upwards, ensuring that is it no less than a metre high. The average cost of a conservatory dwarf wall is normally around £50 to £300 per m². Building the Conservatory Roof. Once the foundations are in place, the roof can then be constructed. This involves installing the roof ridge and roof rafters, along with fitting the glazing sheets. The price to install a conservatory roof will depend on the type you choose. For example, polycarbonate roofs tend to range from £2200 to £7300 while a glass roof usually costs around £2400 to £8000 to install. Conservatory Fixtures and Fittings. The final stage involves fitting windows and doors, as well as furnishing and decorating the interior. Here's what all this will cost you: Fitting conservatory windows costs around £150 to £200 per day. Conservatory door installation costs around £390 to £900. The cost to install conservatory lights is between £60 to £100 per light. Decorating your conservatory could cost up to £500, but this depends on it's size. Conservatory Roof Replacement & Repair Costs. After a while, your conservatory roof may need to be repaired. Let's dive into some reasons why. Conservatory Roof Leak Repair. If you have a tiled roof, you may be able to replace the roof tiles to prevent your roof from leaking. The cost to replace roof tiles is around £120 to £200, but this will depend on the size of the roof. Misted Glass Repair. If you notice that your glass has started to mist up, this means that your double-glazing may have failed. To repair your misted glass roof, you may need to remove the roof frame and replace it with new double-glazing. This will cost around £50 to £450 per glass pane. Roof Replacement. In some cases, you may need to have your roof completely replaced. The cost to replace your conservatory roof will depend on the type of roof you choose. Polycarbonate Roof. The cost of a polycarbonate roof ranges from £2200 to £2700 for a lean-to conservatory, while an Edwardian conservatory can cost around £3400 to £6700. Glass Roof. These are slightly more expensive. Glass conservatory roofs cost around £2400 to £3200, while an Edwardian conservatory ranges from £3700 to £7300. Cost of Cleaning a Conservatory. To ensure your conservatory is long-lasting, you should try to perform a deep clean at least once or twice a month. This is especially important for your windows, as they can be smudged easily and tend to accumulate dirt. You can clean conservatory windows yourself using water and detergent. However... This can be a time-consuming job. If you're considering hiring a professional, it will usually cost around £300 to £650 to clean the inside and outside of your conservatory. Conservatory Removal Cost. Thinking about have your conservatory removed? You might be thinking about it for a number of reasons: perhaps it's letting too much cold into the house in winter, or maybe it's just a little dated. If you hire a professional to remove your conservatory, it will normally cost around £300 to remove the roof and windows. The cost to remove the dwarf wall will be around £20 per metre and the conservatory base should cost around £120 per metre to remove. You will also need to pay to have your waste removed. For professional removal, this should cost around £70 to £300. FAQs. Q: What is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery? A: The main difference between a conservatory and an orangery is that a conservatory usually has a glass roof, while an orangery usually features a lantern roof which is solid on the perimeters and glazed in the middle. Q: What is a conservatory? A: A traditional conservatory is normally attached to the side or rear of a property and features a glass roof and walls. It is normally used as an additional seating area. This can be beneficial in the summer months, as it allows natural light in and warms up the property. Q: How can I clean my polycarbonate conservatory roof? A: If you have a conservatory with a polycarbonate roof, then you need to make sure that it is cleaned regularly. This will involve clearing the debris from the roof and gutters using a leaf blower or a brush. You should also use a mild detergent and warm water to clean your polycarbonate sheets, as any abrasive chemicals can cause the material to wear away. This will clear away any dirt that has built-up and will prolong the lifespan of your roof if you clean it at least once a year. Q: Can a conservatory have a solid roof? A: Some modern conservatories are installed with a solid roof, as it allows for improved insulation and noise reduction. It also helps to solve the problem of overheating in the summer and being too cold in the winter. Q: Can a conservatory be extended? A: Yes, it is possible to extend your conservatory. However, you need to ensure that your extension adheres to building regulations and planning permission rules. You will also need to make sure that your existing conservatory can support an extended conservatory or if changes to the foundation need to be made. Get Instant Quotes Compare quotes and get a price for any job around the home or garden. No obligations. Completely free. 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Conservatory prices 2021 – summary
H2WithAnchorsHow much are Conservatory Prices in 2021?
BodyConservatory Prices 2021 How much are Conservatory Prices in 2021? A natural question for those homeowners who are looking for a value for money way to extend their family home with a new or replacement conservatory is “How much will a conservatory cost in 2021?”. It’s more than understandable to want to get the best deal when we buy something, and it’s especially true when you are looking to invest in a “big-ticket” item like a new conservatory for your home. So let’s take a look at what you can expect with our useful guide to conservatory prices. Design & fittings influence conservatory prices. You could probably find prices for a cheap lean-to conservatory from around £5,000 if you are looking at a smaller room. Having said that, if you want a full glass roof or dwarf walls, or something in the region of a 3×3 conservatory, then the cost is going to rise. As a rough guide, in terms of general prices for conservatories, going from the cheapest conservatory style (1), to the more expensive (6), you should find the cost goes up in line with the complexity of the design. Lean to being quite simple and orangeries being more detailed. How much does a cheap conservatory cost? Lean to: From around £5,800 Victorian: From around £6,500 Edwardian / Georgian / Elizabethan / Regency: From around £8,500- £10,000 Loggia / T-shape / P-shape / B-shape etc: From around £15,000 Small orangery conservatories: From around £18,000 Orangery conservatories: From around £20,000 So, as you can see, the type of conservatory that you want to build will have a significant impact on prices. (prices based on an internet search for basic options & polycarb roof) Cheap Conservatories – how to buy a conservatory on a smaller budget? To get a really cheap conservatory deal, you will have to be prudent and choose your options to match your budget. But there are a number of things you can do to end up with a low cost conservatory. Even though you may be on a tight budget you can still get a high quality, low price, conservatory. Use polycarbonate for the conservatory roofing – the lowest cost option. Have less opening sections in the side frames – each opener can be charged as an optional extra Use a full length glass design – having dwarf walls will increase the conservatory cost. If possible, have a pre-fabricated steel base – it’s cheaper than digging foundations. Use white UPVC – generally cheaper than timber or aluminium. Coloured UPVC is costlier. Use “standard issue” window & door furniture. Keep your conservatory size below that which may need planning permission. If possible, or necessary, prepare the ground yourself, the contractor could charge for doing it. Use standard double glazed units. 28mm units, argon filled or fitting low-e glass can add costs. Get as many written estimates as you can, and always try to negotiate a better deal. Try to avoid the “peak season” for contractors (spring / summer). Is there potential to by an “ex-display” model? – some installers have showrooms that they will sell stock from. If you stick to the basics, it is still possible to find a fully fitted cheap 3×3 conservatory for under £6,000. N.B. don’t forget to confirm that the quotes you are given by a supplier cover conservatory prices including installation, warranties and any VAT – check for any “hidden-extra’s”. What are the main conservatory costs? There are 5 basic factors to consider when it comes to 2021 conservatory prices, and those are: Design: As mentioned previously, the final design choice is going to be a major pricing factor – are you going simple or grand? Size: Obviously, the bigger the conservatory you want to build the costlier it is going to be. If you are thinking of a P-shape or similar “bespoke” design, then almost by default, it’s going to be quite large. Materials: The 3 main materials used for contemporary conservatory designs are Timber (hardwood or engineered wood), Aluminium or UPVC. It’s probably safe to say that, of these materials, hardwood or aluminium will be in the higher price bracket. Roof: Your choices are to have a fully double glazed conservatory roof, one made from polycarbonate panels or a tiled conservatory roof. Having a fully tiled conservatory roof is the costlier option. Finishing: Sometimes easily overlooked at outset, the finishing of your new conservatory is something that needs to be taken into account for your budget. What flooring, lighting, power outlets, heating, décor or furnishing are you going to want? One element of expense that may or may not need to be taken into consideration is planning permission for a conservatory. Usually, for an average sized or small conservatory, planning permission is not automatically required, but you do have to follow the rules. There is more information on our page here https://www.localconservatoryprices.co.uk/conservatory-planning-permission/ or visit the UK Government planning portal here: https://www.planningportal.co.uk/info/200125/do_you_need_permission Conservatory extensions: How much do they cost? The basic idea of any conservatory is to extend the living space of your home. In that way, some conservatories are built to meet a specific purpose, such as a kitchen conservatory. Kitchen conservatories are very popular. Because they not only allow for the increased work and family space, they also bring a huge amount of natural daylight into the room. Making your kitchen not only a super place to cook, but also a really great social hub for your family to enjoy. Of course, you are likely to have to pay a bit more than usual, even for a small kitchen conservatory extension due to the cost of buying & fitting the new kitchen itself. How much does a kitchen conservatory extension cost? Full Height Glass Lean-to Conservatory  Frame & Roof Type  Average Price Guide 3500 x 2500 Lean-to upvc, self-assemble, no appliances £7,500 to £9,500+ 3500 x 2500 Lean-to upvc / basic kitchen / appliances £14,000 to £16,000+ 3500 x 3500 Edwardian upvc / basic kitchen / appliances £16,000 to £20,000+ 3500 x 3500 Edwardian upvc / bespoke / appliances £20,000 to £30,000+ How much does a 3×3 conservatory cost? As a popular size for most double glazed conservatory installations you can find a wide range of prices in the market. The sizes are approximately 3,000mm square or 4,000mm square. The sizes are approximately 3,000mm square (or 9m2). You may also want to consider a 4×3 conservatory design. Conservatory Type & Size  Frame & Roof Type   Average Price Guide  3.0m x 3.0m Lean-to uPVC & polycarbonate £6,000 to £8,500+ 3.0m x 3.0m Victorian uPVC & polycarbonate £7,500 to £10,500+ 4.0m x 3.0m Lean-to White uPVC frame £6,500 to £9,000+ 4.0m x 3.0m Victorian White uPVC frame £9,000 to £11,000+ How much does a 4×4 conservatory cost? 4×4 conservatories are also often used where some extra space is needed (or available). The sizes are approximately 4,000mm square (or 16m2). Although the extra room will be very nice to have, you need to bear in mind that you could be bordering on needing planning permission. That could be dependent on the size of your existing home or any previous extension made to the property (planning info here). Conservatory Type & Size  Frame & Roof Type   Average Price Guide  4.0m x 4.0m Lean-to uPVC & polycarbonate £7,000 to £10,000+ 4.0m x 4.0m  Victorian uPVC, polycarb & dwarf walls £12,500 to £15,500+ 4.0m x 4.0m Victorian uPVC, polycarbonate £10,500 to £13,,000+ 4.0m x 3.0m Edwardian uPVC, polycarb & dwarf walls £13,000 to £15,500+ Conservatories for Bungalows. It is often said that a lean-to conservatory is best for a bungalow because both the bungalow and the lean-to have low rooflines. This, however, is not necessarily always true. By taking some time to consider varying design options, you may very well find that you are not limited to using just a lean-to extension. Many bungalow conservatory extensions are of the lean-to style, and they are built so that the top of the conservatory roof slope is no higher than the rainwater gutters on the main house. However, by extending the height of the conservatory, and with some design flair, you could take advantage of designs such as the Gable, Edwardian or even Georgian conservatory type. How much do conservatories for bungalows cost? Once again, it will depend upon the final design, but budget conservatory prices for a bungalow can start from under £6,000. Small Orangery Conservatories and Glass Conservatories. As two of the more bespoke styles of room, both Small Orangery Conservatories and Glass Conservatories are not what you would call “budget conservatories”. Orangeries have long been a favourite of homeowners with a good budget wanting a more “substantial” room without the need to build a bricks & mortar extension. There are quite a large number of options when it comes to orangeries as the styling encompasses both the modern and traditional approach. 2021 orangery prices have remained stable, so you can still find orangery costs of between £15,000 & £20,000. Glass conservatories, or glass rooms, are a more recent trend in conservatory design and make use of structural “engineering grade” laminated glazing to form the sides and roof. How much do glass conservatories cost? Well that, once again will depend on what you are building, but if you are not having an architect designed, bespoke, glass conservatory you may find prices at: Lean-to Glass conservatory 3.0m x 3.0m could cost in the region of £7,500 to £10,000 Victorian Glass conservatory 3.5m x 3.5m could cost in the region of £10,500 to £15,500 Loggia Glass conservatory 3.5m x 3.5m could cost in the region of £10,000 to £15,000 For the top-end designer glass boxes, you are going to need a bigger budget, as even a medium sized 4×4 glass box conservatory can be priced from over £35,000. (image courtesy of https://www.jeffkahane.com/#!/Projects ) Conservatory Prices Guide. Conservatory prices 2021 – summary. Even though the examples of conservatory cost in this article are given as a rough guide, it can easily be seen, that for those homeowners who are in the market for a cheap conservatory, then the best option would be to look at the lean-to design. Especially UPVC lean-to conservatories. In terms of value for money, UPVC conservatories also stand up well against the competition. Oak Conservatories, or other hardwood conservatory designs, as well as aluminium conservatories have some wonderful examples in the market. But you will find that the prices are higher than those for an equivalent sized UPVC conservatory extension. Alternatively, Loggia conservatory rooms and glass conservatories are a couple of styles becoming more popular with homeowners who are looking for “something different”. Whatever your style, or whatever your budget, we can help you get the most competitive conservatory prices from accredited installers no matter where you live in the mainland UK.
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TitleConservatory Prices in 2022: The Ultimate UK Cost Guide
Urlhttps://householdquotes.co.uk/what-is-the-average-cost-of-a-conservatory/
DescriptionThinking about a conservatory? We look at the cost of different conservatory styles, ways to save money, how to find a builder, and more
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H1Conservatory Prices in 2022: The Ultimate UK Cost Guide
H2How Much Does a Conservatory or Lean-to Cost?
What Affects the Cost of a Conservatory?
How Can I Save Money on a Conservatory for My Home?
What’s Involved in Building a Conservatory or Lean-To?
How Do I Find and Hire Someone to Build a Conservatory?
Ensuring the Professional Is the Right Fit
Final Checklist
Frequently Asked Questions
H3Conservatories With No Base
Dwarf Wall Conservatories
Fully Glazed Conservatories
Lean-to
Style or Shape
Conservatory Wall and Base
Choice of Frame Material
Choice of Roof Material
Choice of Glazing
Choice of Flooring
Consider How You’ll Use The Space
Keep the Design Simple
Consider a Lean-to Over a Conservatory
What’s the Difference Between a Conservatory, a Lean-To, and an Orangery?
When Does a Conservatory Need Planning Permission?
Are Conservatories Warm During the Winter?
What’s the Best Way to Heat a Conservatory?
Will a Conservatory Add Value to My Home?
How Long Should I Expect an Installer to Take Putting up My Conservatory?
Should I Ask For an Insurance-Backed Guarantee on My Conservatory?
Can a Conservatory Be Extended?
When Does a Conservatory Become an Extension?
Can a Conservatory Be Converted to an Orangery?
Can a Conservatory Be Used as a Bedroom?
Can a Conservatory Be Used as a Kitchen?
Can a Conservatory Have a Tiled Roof?
H2WithAnchorsHow Much Does a Conservatory or Lean-to Cost?
What Affects the Cost of a Conservatory?
How Can I Save Money on a Conservatory for My Home?
What’s Involved in Building a Conservatory or Lean-To?
How Do I Find and Hire Someone to Build a Conservatory?
Ensuring the Professional Is the Right Fit
Final Checklist
Frequently Asked Questions
BodyConservatory Prices in 2022: The Ultimate UK Cost Guide Last Updated on January 7, 2022 Choosing the right conservatory can be tricky. With so many styles to choose from, how do you know what’s right for you and your home? If you’re actively looking to add a conservatory to your home, this article will help you find your way through the seemingly endless list of flooring, roofing and wall options, as well as pick the best design for your property. In this article, we’ll be covering how much a conservatory or lean-to costs, what affects the price of a conservatory, how to save money on a conservatory installation, what’s involved in building a conservatory and how to find and hire a contractor to build a conservatory. If you want to give your home a revamp without causing too much disruption, keep reading to find out if a conservatory or lean-to might be the answer you’re looking for. Topics How Much Does a Conservatory or Lean-to Cost? Conservatories With No Base. Victorian. Dating back over 150 years, the Victorian style of conservatory, with its emphasis on a panoramic view of outside areas through a bay window, has never gone out of fashion. Victorian conservatories start at between £6,250 to £7,750 for a 3,500 by 3,500 millimetres polycarbonate structure, with glass options beginning at £7,250 to £8,750 for the same size. Edwardian. Arguably the type of conservatory that feels the biggest on the inside thanks to its rectangular design, Edwardian conservatories, sometimes called reverse drop or hipped-back conservatories, are Britain’s second favourite conservatory style. A glass Edwardian style conservatory of 3,500 by 3,500 millimetres will cost around £7,500 to £8,500, with a polycarbonate version costing £6,500 to £7,500. Gable. For gable conservatories, think Grand Designs in the late 19th century. The roofs on gable conservatories are enormous and the light it lets in makes them feel just as much part of your outdoor space as your indoor living space. A gable style of 3,500 by 3,500 millimetres comes in at £7,500 to £8,500 for glass, and polycarbonate is £6,500 to £7,500 for the same size. P-Shaped. P-shaped conservatories take the very best bits from both the Victorian and lean-to styles but they do so on a much grander scale. It’s like having a conservatory with an extension and a separate room of its own. This tends to come at a higher price, so a 3500 by 3500 millimetre sized glass P-shaped conservatory will set you back by £8,250 to £9,250, and a polycarbonate option will be £7,750 to £8,750. Conservatory StyleConservatory SizeRoof MaterialEstimated Cost Victorian3500mm x 3500mmGlass£7,250 to £8,750 Victorian3500mm x 4000mmGlass£7,500 to £9,000 Victorian4000mm x 4000mmGlass£8,250 to £9,750 Victorian3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£6,250 to £7,750 Victorian3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£6,750 to £8,250 Victorian4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£7,250 to £8,750 Edwardian3500mm x 3500mmGlass£7,500 to £8,500 Edwardian3500mm x 4000mmGlass£8,000 to £9,000 Edwardian4000mm x 4000mmGlass£8,500 to £9,500 Edwardian3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£6,500 to £7,500 Edwardian3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£7,000 to £8,000 Edwardian4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£7,500 to £8,500 Gable3500mm x 3500mmGlass£7,500 to £8,500 Gable3500mm x 4000mmGlass£8,000 to £9,000 Gable4000mm x 4000mmGlass£8,500 to £9,500 Gable3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£6,500 to £7,500 Gable3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£7,000 to £8,000 Gable4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£7,500 to £8,500 P-shaped3500mm x 3500mmGlass£8,250 to £9,250 P-shaped3500mm x 4000mmGlass£8,250 to £9,250 P-shaped4000mm x 4000mmGlass£9,500 to £10,500 P-shaped3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£7,750 to £8,750 P-shaped3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£8,250 to £9,250 P-shaped4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£8,750 to £9,750 As you can see, the style you choose affects the price you’ll expect to pay greatly. For more ornate styles, like the P-shaped variant, you can look to pay around £1,000 more as a base price than you would for a gable option. Dwarf Wall Conservatories. If you choose to have a dwarf wall installed with your conservatory, you’ll be ramping up the overall price considerably when compared to conservatories with no base. A dwarf wall is essentially a low wall of less than one metre in height that acts as a base around the perimeter of construction work. They act as a strong base for heavy windows and help to support the entire structure, which is important for the longevity and durability of your conservatory. Victorian conservatories start at between £12,000 to £13,500 for a 3,500 by 3,500 millimetres glass structure, with polycarbonate options beginning at £11,000 to £12,500 for the same size. Conservatory StyleConservatory SizeRoof MaterialEstimated Cost Victorian3500mm x 3500mmGlass£12,000 to £13,500 Victorian3500mm x 4000mmGlass£13,000 to £14,500 Victorian4000mm x 4000mmGlass£13,750 to £15,000 Victorian3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£11,000 to £12,500 Victorian3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£12,000 to £13,500 Victorian4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£13,000 to £14,500 Edwardian3500mm x 3500mmGlass£9,500 to £11,000 Edwardian3500mm x 4000mmGlass£12,000 to £13,500 Edwardian4000mm x 4000mmGlass£14,500 to £16,000 Edwardian3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£10,000 to £11,500 Edwardian3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£11,250 to £12,500 Edwardian4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£13,500 to £15,000 Gable3500mm x 3500mmGlass£12,500 to £14,000 Gable3500mm x 4000mmGlass£13,500 to £15,000 Gable4000mm x 4000mmGlass£14,500 to £16,000 Gable3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£11,500 to £13,000 Gable3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£12,750 to £14,500 Gable4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£13,750 to £15,500 P-shaped3500mm x 3500mmGlass£13,250 to £15,000 P-shaped3500mm x 4000mmGlass£14,000 to £16,000 P-shaped4000mm x 4000mmGlass£15,250 to £17,000 P-shaped3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£12,500 to £14,000 P-shaped3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£13,500 to £15,000 P-shaped4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£14,250 to £16,000 Adding a dwarf wall is an additional cost, but it does add structural integrity to your conservatory. It’ll ensure longevity over a long period, so can be a worthwhile investment if you want to avoid costly repairs over time. Fully Glazed Conservatories. Next up are fully glazed conservatories. These generally sit somewhere between the cost of no base and dwarf walled conservatories, with an Edwardian 3,500 by 3,500-millimetre size costing between £8,250 and £9,750 for a glass option. Conservatory StyleConservatory SizeRoof MaterialEstimated Cost Victorian3500mm x 3500mmGlass£9,250 to £10,750 Victorian3500mm x 4000mmGlass£11,000 to £12,500 Victorian4000mm x 4000mmGlass£12,000 to £13,500 Victorian3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£9,500 to £11,000 Victorian3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£10,250 to £11,750 Victorian4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£11,000 to £12,500 Edwardian3500mm x 3500mmGlass£8,250 to £9,750 Edwardian3500mm x 4000mmGlass£10,250 to £11,750 Edwardian4000mm x 4000mmGlass£12,500 to £14,000 Edwardian3500mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£8,000 to £9,500 Edwardian3500mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£9,500 to £11,000 Edwardian4000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£11,500 to £13,000 Lean-to. Lean-to conservatories are the most popular types of conservatory for homeowners on a budget. They’re called lean-to conservatories because the roof leans down from the wall to cover the three sides of the conservatory adjacent to your home. These are generally the most cost-effective option as they rely on the existing structure of your home to be built upon. For a 3,500 by 3,500-millimetre size, you can expect to pay between £4,500 and £5,500 for a glass variant. Conservatory DesignConservatory SizeRoof MaterialEstimated Cost No base3500mm x 2000mmGlass£4,500 to £5,500 No base3500mm x 2500mmGlass£5,250 to £6,250 No base4000mm x 2000mmGlass£4,750 to £6,000 No base4000mm x 2500mmGlass£5,500 to £6,500 No base3500mm x 2000mmPolycarbonate£4,250 to £5,250 No base3500mm x 2500mmPolycarbonate£4,750 to £5,750 No base4000mm x 2000mmPolycarbonate£4,500 to £5,500 No base4000mm x 2500mmPolycarbonate£4,750 to £6,000 Dwarf wall3500mm x 2000mmGlass£7,250 to £8,750 Dwarf wall3500mm x 2500mmGlass£8,750 to £10,250 Dwarf wall4000mm x 2000mmGlass£7,750 to £9,750 Dwarf wall4000mm x 2500mmGlass£9,250 to £10,750 Dwarf wall3500mm x 2000mmPolycarbonate£6,750 to £8,250 Dwarf wall3500mm x 2500mmPolycarbonate£8,000 to £9,500 Dwarf wall4000mm x 2000mmPolycarbonate£7,500 to £9,000 Dwarf wall4000mm x 2500mmPolycarbonate£8,750 to £10,250 Fully glazed3500mm x 2000mmGlass£6,250 to £7,750 Fully glazed3500mm x 2500mmGlass£7,250 to £8,750 Fully glazed4000mm x 2000mmGlass£6,750 to £8,250 Fully glazed4000mm x 2500mmGlass£7,750 to £9,250 Fully glazed3500mm x 2000mmPolycarbonate£5,750 to £7,250 Fully glazed3500mm x 2500mmPolycarbonate£6,750 to £8,250 Fully glazed4000mm x 2000mmPolycarbonate£6,250 to £7,750 Fully glazed4000mm x 2500mmPolycarbonate£7,250 to £8,750 Lean-tos are a great way of adding a little extra space to your home without costing through the roof and can be replaced after a few years for something more substantial if desired. Comparing Quotes Could Save You Up To 40%: Click To Get Quotes What Affects the Cost of a Conservatory? There are plenty of features that’ll affect the cost of your conservatory, from the size and style to the type of roof you choose and the material the frame is made from. Let’s go through them one by one so you can see what brings prices up and what can help to lower them if your budget is tight. Style or Shape. There’s no one-size-fits-all when it comes to conservatories: the choices span from Victorian, Edwardian, Gable, P/T/L shapes to orangeries and lean-tos. As their names would suggest, Victorian and Edwardian styles are the most traditional, but installing a lean-to conservatory can be a great way to reduce overall costs as well as the time it takes to install the structure itself. Conservatory Wall and Base. There are two types of wall you can choose for your conservatory – either a dwarf wall with the framing placed on top or you can choose to have your conservatory walls entirely made of double-glazing panes. Dwarf Wall. Having a dwarf wall adds to the cost of your conservatory but, for a variety of different reasons, it’s the most popular choice for homeowners. A dwarf wall provides really strong support for the frame of your conservatory – that’s important if you choose a heavier glass or standard-tiled roof. Generally, dwarf walls extend to about a metre in height from the ground. Glazed Wall (top to bottom). Fully-glazed conservatory walls which reach from the base right to the roof are certainly more in fashion at the moment. Open many home improvement magazines and you can see some beautiful and elegant glass wall conservatories. They’re cheaper than dwarf walls but there are extra considerations you’ll have to take into account, including: Security – will the all-glazed walls be strong enough to resist intruders? If that’s a concern, make sure you ask your installer about toughened glass and whether or not they offer stronger security frames to resist someone trying to prize the panes apart Strength – you may be constrained on your desired choice of roof with a glazed wall because the frame will have to be strong enough to support the roof Insulation – the dwarf wall on a conservatory will insulate it more than a glazed wall. Ask your installer to give you an educated assessment for your particular situation on whether having a fully glazed wall will require a more expensive type of glass to keep the cold out and the warmth in. Choice of Frame Material. Installers will generally offer you three choices on the frame of your conservatory – the bit between either the ground or the top of the dwarf wall and the roof. UPVC Conservatory Frames. Still the most popular choice for homeowners, UPVC technology has come on a long way in the last 30 years. It’s not prone to fading anymore, fit quality is a lot better because of more precise measurement tools, and they’re more durable than ever. Most UPVC installations are in the classic white shade, but your installer will be able to offer you a variety of different colours to suit your style and needs. Of the three options, UPVC requires the least amount of maintenance and it is the cheapest, which is a point of particular interest to homeowners operating on a tighter budget. Conservatory StyleFrame MaterialEstimated Cost Lean-touPVC£5,750 to £7,600 VictorianuPVC£8,000 to £10,500 EdwardianuPVC£8,000 to £10,000 P-shapeduPVC£8,500 to £10,500 T-shapeduPVC£11,000 to £13,000 L-shapeduPVC£11,000 to £13,000 OrangeryuPVC£14,000 to £50,000 A 3×3 UPVC frame lean-to costs from £5,750 to £7,600, a 3×3 UPVC frame conservatory ranges in price from £8,000 to £13,000 depending on the shape, and an orangery costs anywhere from £14,000 to £50,000. Metal Conservatory Frames. Of the three frame options, metal conservatories (usually made of aluminium) are the longest-lasting – you can expect at least 50 years’ resistance to wear and tear if you choose this for your conservatory. Metal frames undergo extensive weathering and drying treatment before leaving the factory, making them incredibly tough, warp- and distortion-proof – and they won’t rust. Just like UPVC frames, you can choose from a range of colours to suit your home and your personality. In terms of maintenance, a rub-down every six months or so is all you need to do. Wooden Conservatory Frames. This is the frame that everyone wants, but because the raw material is so expensive due to treatments the wood undergoes before being sent to your installer, it’s not the most budget-friendly option for homeowners. Of the three types of frames, they need the most maintenance, and you’ll need to repaint your frames every three or four years to weatherproof them. Here are some quotes to give you an idea of the price difference between wood and UPVC for a 3.5 square metre conservatory: Conservatory StyleConservatory SizeFrame MaterialRoof MaterialEstimated Cost Edwardian3500 x 3500WoodGlass£13,500 to £15,000 Edwardian3500 x 3500uPVCGlass£9,500 to £11,000 Lean-to3500 x 3500WoodGlass£12,750 to £14,250 Lean-to3500 x 3500uPVCGlass£9,500 to £11,000 Victorian3500 x 3500WoodGlass£16,000 to £17,500 Victorian3500 x 3500uPVCGlass£12,000 to £13,500 Choice of Roof Material. As we discovered earlier, your frame (and, if you choose one, your dwarf wall) must be strong enough to hold your conservatory roof in place. The roof you choose has a direct effect on both how much light gets into your conservatory and its overall heat- and noise-insulation qualities. Double-Glazed Conservatory Roof. A glazed roof lets lots of light in, looks fantastic in your back garden, and can insulate against both noise and heat. However, will it let too much light in during the long, hot summer days? Remember that a conservatory with a double-glazed roof is essentially a sun trap of its own and many homeowners feel that their conservatories are too bright at certain points of the day. Because of their insulation properties, they can also retain a lot of heat and are sometimes too warm to sit in. When it rains heavily, depending on the noise insulation properties of your double-glazed roof, the sound of the rain hitting the roof may occasionally be very loud, drowning out any sound you want to hear like music or from your television. What you choose is a decision for you based on what you like – most homeowners don’t mind these issues but some stay clear of a glazed roof for these reasons. Polycarbonate Conservatory Roof. Polycarbonate shares many of the same qualities as a double-glazed roof, but it’s by far the most affordable option available. Polycarbonate also has the advantage of being much lighter than double-glazing. This means that, in most cases, you won’t need to ask your installer to reinforce the frame to hold it up. Many installers find polycarbonate roofing much easier and quicker to instal on conservatories. So, as well as cost-saving on the materials, installation costs are typically lower too. You can save even more by choosing a thinner type of polycarbonate for your conservatory roof. However, bear in mind that thinner polycarbonate doesn’t insulate as well, so your conservatory could be hotter in the summer and chillier in the winter. Looks-wise, most people can’t tell the difference between a polycarbonate conservatory roof and a double-glazed conservatory roof. Classic Tiled Conservatory Roof. More and more homeowners are investing in new tiled roofs to put on top of their existing conservatory, so why not choose a classic tiled roof from the start? Tiled conservatory roofs have several unique advantages, including: Superior insulation to double-glazed and polycarbonate roofs It’s easier to get the temperature inside your conservatory just as you want it You can add as many rooflights as possible to let in as much daylight as you like Much better at insulating noise from the outside Condensation is rarely a problem Lots of other personalisation options are available However, it’s good to remember that the length of time it takes to instal your conservatory increases greatly with a classic tiled roof, and your installer may have to subcontract to a trained roofer on more complex installations, further adding to the cost. System Tiled Conservatory Roof. Guardian conservatory roofs and Supalite conservatory roofs are pre-assembled before being shipped out for delivery to your installer at your home. Your installer sends in the dimensions of your conservatory and, although it’s not quite as simple as this, they essentially drop the roof onto the top of your new conservatory and fasten it on tightly. System tiled conservatory roofs offer virtually identical benefits to the classic tiled roofs, but for many homeowners who are either getting a new conservatory installed or their existing roof replaced, there are a few important advantages: Installation is much faster than for classic tiled roofs System tiled conservatory roofs tend to be much lighter than classic tiled roofs You can specify in great detail how you want both the inside and the outside of your roof to look – particularly important when it comes to matching against brick and house roof colours, styles, and hues. Choice of Glazing. Although you may choose a polycarbonate or a tiled roof for your conservatory, the walls of your conservatory are always constructed from double glazed or triple glazed frames. The type of glazing you choose will have a direct impact on the price you pay. Your installer will be able to give you seven different options to choose from for your conservatory. Those choices are: Standard Conservatory Glass. This is the most common type of glass used in conservatories and double glazing installations. Standard glass (sometimes known as annealed glass) is cheap and incredibly tough. Between the two (or three) panes of glass, the manufacturer inserts argon gas which, when combined with the solid glass, absorbs shocks well which means it’s a great sound insulator. Appearance-wise, the glass looks just like all the other types of glazing you can choose except for the decorative glass. Self-Cleaning Conservatory Glass. If the level of maintenance your conservatory needs is a major consideration, you might want to consider self-cleaning conservatory glass. In addition to cleaning itself, this type of glazing is widely recognised by both installers and homeowners for its superior heat and noise installation. Self-cleaning conservatory glass works both when it’s rainy and when it’s dry. It does this by using a really thin layer of a type of metal called titanium dioxide. It lets slightly less light into your conservatory than standard conservatory glass, but most homeowners genuinely struggle to tell the difference. The UV rays from the sun cause the glass to grab any water molecules in the general atmosphere. When it does this, the water and the titanium dioxide react and that reaction breaks down all the organic materials that have built up on your window. When it rains, it’s all cleared away. However, you don’t need rain to keep your windows clean. Moisture is taken from the air, and the reaction with the titanium dioxide breaks down anything organic that’s stuck to your window. After a while, the water on the window turns into a film that is pushed down by gravity, taking the dirt with it. Self-cleaning glass is often up to 20% more expensive than standard glass. Low E Conservatory Glass. Low E conservatory glass is a type of glass specially manufactured to keep homes and conservatories cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. It does this by using a transparent coating made of metal, which lets heat in from the outside but bounces any heat trying to escape from indoors back inside. This type of glass could be up to 25% more expensive than standard glass. Noise Control Conservatory Glass. Many homeowners want their conservatory to be an oasis of quiet and calm. If you live in a built-up residential area where there are lots of kids, garden parties every summer, or you’re near a main road, sometimes the noise will travel through the glass. Noise control glass reduces the amount of sound coming in through your windows by up to three quarters, according to scientific reports. This variety of glass can be up to 25% more expensive than standard glass. Decorative Conservatory Glass. If you like the look of stained glass, etched glass, or the colours caused when different glass is melted and sealed together, it is possible to incorporate those features onto your conservatory double glazed windows. Ultimately, your conservatory is not only an extension of your home but an extension of your personality too. So, if you want to personalise it, there is a wide variety of choices, colours, styles, and flourishes available to you – make sure to ask your installer what’s available. This will, of course, cost more than standard conservatory glass and the premium you’ll pay will depend on the level of complexity in the choices that you make. The price of decorative conservatory glass varies depending on the artistic features you choose, but you should expect to pay more for this than standard glass. Toughened Conservatory Glass. Toughened glass is essentially the same as standard conservatory glass but because of the extra treatment it undergoes during manufacture, it’s four times stronger. Should anything hard enough hit the glass to cause it to break, it shatters into very small pieces instead of into long and pointy pieces which may cause a danger of injury to any children or pets who share your home with you. You may sometimes hear toughened conservatory glass referred to as tempered conservatory glass. Toughened glass is often up to 25% more expensive than standard glass. Laminated Conservatory Glass. Just like the toughened conservatory glass, this offers homeowners extra safety in case the glass breaks. Your car’s windshield is made out of laminated glass and if you’ve ever seen one break, you’ll notice it forms a type of spider-shaped shatter which is held in place by a plastic interlayer on both sides of the pane of glass. Laminated conservatory glass, in terms of its strength, is the same as toughened conservatory glass. However, it’s also among the most expensive types of glass; you could pay up to 40% more for it compared to standard glass. Choice of Flooring. Another important choice to make is the type of flooring you choose for your conservatory. Speak to a potential installer about underfloor heating and get their opinion on the type of flooring that would work best for you. Floor Tiles. Easy to clean and available in a wide range of colours, materials, styles, and finishes, floor tiles are the most popular choice – and they’re very competitively priced too. Bear in mind though that if you don’t install underfloor heating, the tiles may be cold to walk on during winter. Wooden Flooring. Aesthetically, wooden flooring is the most pleasing to the eye – they have a timeless elegance about them and there’s a high price to pay for that. Wooden flooring will expand and contract depending on how warm your conservatory is and they’re also more likely to suffer damage in conservatories with lower levels of insulation. Laminate Flooring. Laminate flooring now looks so good that, until you put your feet on it, you can be tricked into thinking that it’s real wood. Laminate flooring is considerably cheaper than its wooden alternative, although it is much easier to damage as well as being prone to suffer from warping. Vinyl Flooring. Warm to walk on during the winter, vinyl flooring is an attractive option for homeowners on a budget. Vinyl flooring is prone to remember where items of furniture have been placed on it so if you do go for a big shift around at a later point or you swap your furniture, there will be little dents in the vinyl reminding you of where the furniture once was. Carpet Flooring. Carpet flooring is the cheapest option for your conservatory and it’s great for protecting little ones against bumps and falls if you intend for your conservatory to be an extra playroom for the kids. Carpets are difficult to clean and are also prone to colour fade over time. How Can I Save Money on a Conservatory for My Home? It’s easy to see how conservatory costs can quickly pile up high – but there are some ways you can be savvy with your spending to reduce the project fee. Consider How You’ll Use The Space. Are you thinking of using the space for a garden room for use in the warmer months, or do you want the conservatory to be an extension of your home that you can use throughout the year? This decision needs to be made early on as it’ll likely affect the design choices you’ll make, such as dwarf walls versus glazed walls, or the choice of roofing you want. If you’re considering using the room as a bedroom, this will be a big choice as it’ll affect the amount of noise created by rainfall. Further to this, knowing where you’ll need plug points and sockets to be installed will help you from ripping out areas once the conservatory is already built if you’re not properly considering how the space will be used in the first instance. Planning will always be the most cost-effective route, so try to do this as extensively as possible before construction begins. Keep the Design Simple. If you’re wanting to keep things within budget, choosing a simple design over a complex one is a simple switch to make. Especially if the conservatory is only going to be used during parts of the year instead of all year-long, you can afford to cut some corners. However, if the space is to be used all the time, such as a bedroom or as a kitchen, you can look to save money along the way by buying appliances and fittings in sales. This way, you can get hold of the items over a longer period and won’t be constrained to buying things within a certain time limit which can cause you to buy items at full price without choice. Consider a Lean-to Over a Conservatory. To cut costs, you can consider opting for a lean-to in place of a conservatory. They are cheaper than regular conservatories, as well as quicker to assemble and offer a range of options for use. In the summer months, you can double up the space as a greenhouse, or use it as an extension to your main entertaining space to have an area to spill out into your garden. Comparing Quotes Could Save You Up To 40%: Click To Get Quotes What’s Involved in Building a Conservatory or Lean-To? Depending on whether you’ve settled for a conservatory or lean-to will impact the steps taken to build the structures. Your conservatory base will be established first, which will need digging and levelling out to take place to create a stable foundation to build upon. Concrete will be added, along with the damp course. The walls will then be built, which is where dwarf walls will appear if chosen, along with external sills and frames. Once this is stable, the roof will be added on top, completing the external structure. Inside will then be fitted with a floor, along with any required electrics and fittings to get the room running as you want it to. How Do I Find and Hire Someone to Build a Conservatory? When choosing an installer for your new conservatory, we recommend your contractor has a membership of one, some, or all of the following: Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF) The Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme (FENSA) Certification and Self-Assessment (CERTASS) As we’ve seen, getting a conservatory can be a complicated affair for many homeowners. If you have a strong idea in mind about what you’re looking for, the best thing to do is to get three or four companies out to quote you. By being able to compare quotes, you’ll get a good idea about whether what an installer is charging you represents a fair price. As a bonus, when installers know they’re in competition with each other for your business, the price comes down and you end up getting more for your money. If any of your friends, neighbours or family members have had work done recently, ask them if they’d recommend their contractor. This will save you from searching around on your own, and will likely guarantee a good work ethic and finish. Alternatively, using HouseholdQuotes can help to consolidate your online search into one simple lookup, saving you from shifting between multiple tabs in your browser. With the trader’s prices usually coming in at up to 40% less than the industry standard, it’ll serve you to use the search engine to save yourself both time and money. Comparing Quotes Could Save You Up To 40%: Click To Get Quotes Ensuring the Professional Is the Right Fit. Getting hold of a written quote is an essential part of the process – without this, contractors have free rein to go back on what they might’ve suggested to you verbally, and you haven’t got any proof to say otherwise. If a contractor ever refuses to give you a written quote or proposal, it’s best to refuse to work with them as this is classic cowboy trader behaviour, and could stand to save you a lot of wasted time and money further down the line. Finding out the trader’s experience is essential – you want to make sure your wants pair well with their abilities. Especially if you’re wanting your conservatory to double up as your kitchen, you’ll want someone comfortable working to those guidelines and considering add-ons like vents and air conditioning to make sure the space is fit for purpose. Always ask for your contractor’s references, regardless of whether they’ve come from a word-of-mouth recommendation or not. This way, you can decide to work with them in an unbiased way and make up your mind based on their previous work and accolades. Together with this, asking to see their portfolio or any video footage of previous jobs is a good way to wager the quality of their work. It’s easy enough for anyone to write good things on a website, but the proof is in the work itself, which can’t be disputed. Finally, but most important not to be missed, is to check the trader has insurance to cover themselves and your home if any damages occur throughout the fitting. Final Checklist. When it comes to building a conservatory, preparation is key. Here’s our final checklist to make sure everything is considered before you get started on your project. What is the space’s purpose? A general entertaining room, or a bedroom or kitchen? Work this out beforehand as it’ll affect how the conservatory is built Do you need a conservatory, or would a lean-to conservatory work for your needs? Consider the type of flooring, roofing and walls – would the space benefit from a tiled roof, or dwarf walls? Gather a range of contractor’s quotes using HouseholdQuotes to compare traders with one another, and make sure they are part of the GGF, FENSA, or CERTASS. Get a written quote, and ensure they have insurance in place before settling on any fee. Comparing Quotes Could Save You Up To 40%: Click To Get Quotes Frequently Asked Questions. What’s the Difference Between a Conservatory, a Lean-To, and an Orangery? The main differences come in the shape of the roof. For a conservatory, the roof will typically be sloped or angled, with a lean-to conservatory always being one-sided. Orangeries, on the other hand, will have a flat roof with a glazed lantern in the centre of the roof. When Does a Conservatory Need Planning Permission? You’ll need planning permission for your conservatory if you live in a listed building or conservation area or if your home is Directive 4-affected. Also, if you’re planning for a conservatory that’s taller than 4 metres high, or extends more than three metres away from your back wall (or four metres for detached property owners), you’ll need to speak to Building Regulations first. Are Conservatories Warm During the Winter? A conservatory can be warm in winter, and it can be made even warmer by choosing additional insulation for your conservatory roof. If you’re not sure if you want to add in insulation, or it’s something you’ve thought of after your conservatory has been built, then you can choose more temporary solutions like installing blinds, shutters and thermal curtains to keep things cosy. What’s the Best Way to Heat a Conservatory? A conservatory must have its own heating to qualify as being a conservatory. Jeff Howell of the Telegraph recommends that panel heaters or underfloor heating are best. Will a Conservatory Add Value to My Home? Recent research by Towergate Insurance examined the effect that installing a conservatory would have on the value of the average home, concluding that it would add 5% to the value of a property. This means that an average-priced UK home (£228,384) would rise by £11,419 with the addition of a conservatory. How Long Should I Expect an Installer to Take Putting up My Conservatory? A conservatory of the size we’ve provided a range of quotes for in this article should take around three to four weeks to complete your installation including preparing the footings, foundation laying, floor levelling, wall building, settling, plastering, floor laying, general construction, finishing off and clean up. Should I Ask For an Insurance-Backed Guarantee on My Conservatory? It’s best to – it means that if your traders cease trading for any reason, another professional installer will repair your conservatory for you if things go wrong. Can a Conservatory Be Extended? Yes – so if you’ve moved into a new home and want the existing conservatory to be larger because you have a growing family who needs more room, you can make that happen. When Does a Conservatory Become an Extension? A conservatory becomes an extension if it’s more than 30 metres squared in size, it’s not at ground level, the glazing used in critical zones meets Part N of the building regulations, and it does not have its own heating (in other words, there’s thermal separation from the rest of your home). Can a Conservatory Be Converted to an Orangery? You can convert a conservatory into an orangery but it’s a complicated thing to achieve – certainly more complicated than extending your conservatory. As we’ve just discussed above, depending on the dimensions of your would-be orangery, you may need to get a hold of planning permission first. Can a Conservatory Be Used as a Bedroom? A conservatory can be used as a bedroom – but for a permanent bedroom, there are a few things to think about: It’s best to check the current insulation to see if it will stop the build-up of condensation inside the conservatory which could lead to mould Will it be warm enough during the winter? You may need to think about getting insulation for your conservatory roof to ensure the bedroom isn’t cold Consider noise pollution, particularly when it’s raining hard on your conservatory roof Can a Conservatory Be Used as a Kitchen? You can use your kitchen as a conservatory – but it’s good to know that they’re not generally installed for that reason, so you’ll need to get an installer on board to work with you to design a kitchen conservatory. Just make sure to ask your installer about fitting air conditioning and vents in your conservatory if you decide to use it as a kitchen. Can a Conservatory Have a Tiled Roof? Yes – more and more homeowners are choosing tiled roofs for their new conservatories. Many others are replacing their existing conservatory roof with a tiled roof because of the additional benefits it brings over having a double-glazed or polycarbonate roof. Comparing Quotes Could Save You Up To 40%: Click To Get Quotes
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TitleBuying a New Conservatory – Compare Companies
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Date2 Aug 2019
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H1Buying a New Conservatory
H2How much do you have to spend?
How will you use your conservatory and how much space will that require?
Do you need planning permission?
Who should install your conservatory?
New Conservatory Prices with CompareCompanies
Leads 2 Trade Ltd
H3How much base work needs to be done before your conservatory is installed?
How the style of conservatory affects the price
Lean To Conservatory Prices
Victorian Conservatory Prices
Edwardian Conservatory Prices
Gable End Conservatory Prices
P-Shaped Conservatory Prices
How the framing you choose influences the price
Conservatory flooring and heating
Should I choose a solid conservatory roof?
A conservatory may add value to your home but be careful
How will you furnish your conservatory?
Generally permissible conservatories without the need for planning permission
The times when you’ll always need planning permission
What pitfalls should I look out for?
Should my installer be a member of any trade bodies?
Should I try to haggle down the price?
What sort of guarantees should I expect on an installation?
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BodyBuying a New Conservatory August 2, 2019 Conservatories remain as one of the most popular types of home improvements undertaken by British property owners. Your conservatory is both a room in your home and a room that’s separate from it – it’s additional living space for you and your family but it’s a different type of living space to the rest of the house. Knowing which conservatory is right for you, the budget you have to spend, and the installer you trust to do the work are essential must-haves for any homeowner in advance of wanting to add a conservatory to your property. With so many styles, variations, and installers to choose from, how do you decide the right path for you? In this article, the CompareCompanies team looks at the 4 things you should know when you’re looking for a new conservatory. Follow these tips and save thousands on the cost of your conservatory. How much do you have to spend? Conservatories cost anywhere from £4,500 right up to £20,000 depending on the size of your conservatory, the materials its constituent parts are made of, the amount of labour involved, and the added extras you put into to really make your conservatory your own. The cost of 3000 x 3000mm conservatory: Conservatory Style Roof Material Full Build – Fully Glazed Guide Price Lean-to-Conservatory Polycarbonate £8,100 – £11,880 Lean-to-Conservatory Glass £9,000 – £13,200 Lean-to-Conservatory Tiled £18,000 – £26,400 Victorian Conservatory Polycarbonate £9,675 – £14,190 Victorian Conservatory Glass £11,025 – £16,170 Victorian Conservatory Tiled £18,000 – £26,400 Edwardian Conservatory Polycarbonate £9,675 – £14,190 Edwardian Conservatory Glass £11,025 – £16,170 Edwardian Conservatory Tiled £18,000 – £26,400 P-Shaped Conservatory Polycarbonate £9,675 – £14,190 P-Shaped Conservatory Glass £11,025 – £16,170 P-Shaped Conservatory Tiled £18,000 – £26,400 Gable Conservatory Polycarbonate £9,675 – £14,190 Gable Conservatory Glass £11,025 – £16,170 Gable Conservatory Tiled £18,000 – £26,400 How much base work needs to be done before your conservatory is installed? Just as your home has foundations, so does your conservatory. You’ll hear your installer refer to this as the “base work” that he or she needs to do to prepare the site. Just so you know, the average conservatory installation takes between three to four weeks (longer for larger and more complex installations). To achieve the best effect, many installers will recommend that you install paving around your new conservatory. They’ll mark out the base of your conservatory and then start their excavations, taking care to make sure that no cabling or pipework in the excavation site is damaged or disturbed. They’ll need to dig around 18 inches down – that’s 45 centimetres. The base of your conservatory will be completed when it’s 6 inches (15 centimetres) above the ground. The final touches are a sub-base layer on top of which they place sand blinding. They will then lay a membrane to protect against the damp, the floor insulation materials, finishing off with your new conservatory’s concrete floor. How the style of conservatory affects the price. Most homeowners will then choose a dwarf wall for their conservatory. Dwarf walls are brick walls which surround the flooring of your conservatory and which are then attached to your house walls. While dwarf walls generally increase the cost of a conservatory, installers will advise you that they provide better insulation and make temperature control within your conservatory much more manageable. The other alternative is to have floor-to-ceiling windows – very stylish and a bit cheaper than the dwarf wall option. However, many homeowners worry that sitting in a fully-glazed room during the warmest summer days will make their conservatory feel like a sauna or a greenhouse – with some justification. You can offset this with special glass however this will add to the overall cost of your installation. You can see typical quotes you will receive from installers based upon different types of conservatory style complete with a dwarf wall. The two most popular types of conservatory roofing are glass roofing (using double-glazing panels) and polycarbonate roofing (a lighter, less expensive alternative). Lean To Conservatory Prices. The most popular type of conservatory installed in the UK is the “lean to” conservatory, so-called because it’s a three-sided conservatory on which the roof leans down to the top of the conservatory from a slightly elevated angle. Lean to conservatories are great for homeowners on tighter budgets. Lean to conservatory (dwarf wall) Size Prices between Prices between 3.5m x 2m Polycarbonate roof £6,700-£8,300 Glass roof £7,200-£8,700 3.5m x 2.5m Polycarbonate roof £7,950-£9,550 Glass roof £8,700-£10,200 4m x 2m Polycarbonate roof £7,450-£9,050 Glass roof £7,700-£9,700 4m x 2.5m Polycarbonate roof £8,700-£10,300 Glass roof £9,200-£10,700 Victorian Conservatory Prices. Larger than “lean to” conservatories, Victorian conservatories offer a period elegance and they fit in well with the aesthetics of both traditional and modern properties. Think of a bay window with three or five panels curved at the front of a house. The same style is employed at the end of a Victorian conservatory often enhanced by ornate and eye-catching detailing. They have dual sloping roof panels positioned on a steep pitch running from the connecting wall on your home to the bay at the end. If space is at a premium in your back garden, think carefully before choosing a Victorian conservatory. Your home may actually lose value if too much of the outside space is taken up by a larger conservatory. General guideline budgets for Victorian conservatories with dwarf walls is as follows: Victorian conservatory (dwarf wall) Size Prices between Prices between 3.5m x 3.5m Polycarbonate roof £10,950-£12,550 Glass roof £11,950-£13,550 3.5m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £11,950-£13,550 Glass roof £12,950-£14,550 4m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £12,950-£14,550 Glass roof £13,700-£15,050 Edwardian Conservatory Prices. Think of an Edwardian conservatory as a more restrained, less ornate version of a Victorian conservatory. The emphasis in Edwardian conservatory designs is on a general lack of fussiness, an abundance of light, a refreshing airiness, and the feeling of real extra space to your property. Their apex-pitched roofing lends an unmistakable spatial expanse to the conservatory, in much the same way as we gravitate towards rooms inside a home with very high ceilings. Budgets you should expect for an Edwardian conservatory is as follows: Edwardian conservatory (dwarf wall) Size Prices between Prices between 3.5m x 3.5m Polycarbonate roof £9,950-£11,550 Glass roof £9,550-£11,050 3.5m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £11,200-£12,550 Glass roof £12,050-£13,550 4m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £13,450-£15,050 Glass roof £14,550-£16,050 Gable End Conservatory Prices. In design terms, a gable conservatory is a direct descendent of Edwardian conservatories, the main difference between the two being the pitching of the roof (one side is upright, the other side is sloped). Gable conservatories tend to be squarer or rectangle in shape with minimal and elegant detailing across its smaller footprint. Guideline prices for gable conservatories is as follows: Gable conservatory (dwarf wall) Size Prices between Prices between 3.5m x 3.5m Polycarbonate roof £11,550-£13,050 Glass roof £12,450-£14,050 3.5m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £12,800-£14,550 Glass roof £13,450-£15,050 4m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £13,700-£15,550 Glass roof £14,450-£16,050 P-Shaped Conservatory Prices. Very popular on larger detached properties, P-shaped conservatories seamlessly blend the very best of Victorian conservatory complexity with lean to conservatory simplicity. They tend to be separated into two or more living areas, extending in different directions against the rear façade of your property. If you are considering a P-shaped conservatory for your property, you should look to budget the following: P-shaped conservatory (dwarf wall) Size Prices between Prices between 3.5m x 3.5m Polycarbonate roof £12,550-£14,050 Glass roof £13,300-£15,050 3.5m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £13,550-£15,050 Glass roof £14,050-£16,050 4m x 4m Polycarbonate roof £14,300-£16,050 Glass roof £15,300-£17,050 How the framing you choose influences the price. All of the quotes above we’ve included for you assume that the framing of the conservatory will be made from uPVC. uPVC is the most popular conservatory framing material in the UK – they’re very low maintenance, they look good, they offer great security and insulation safeguards, and, for those of us who are environmentally conscious, most British-made uPVC is fully recyclable. There are two types of wooden frame – hardwood and softwood. Wooden frames look amazing offering a real authenticity in both touch and aesthetics. If you have wooden window frames in your home, you’ll probably prefer wooden framing for your conservatory so that there is shared visual language in design across your property. Hardwood framing is slightly more expensive than softwood framing, the main difference between the two being that hardwood requires less maintenance. They will generally last as long as each other as long as they are properly looked after. The most popular type of framing in the sense of that they’re likely to be seen in home styling magazines is aluminium or metal framing. They are very “now” in design terms, incredibly hard-wearing, and offer the widest scope of views because the framing itself is significantly thinner than either wooden or uPVC frames. Wooden frame is more expensive than uPVC framing, aluminium significantly so. Conservatory flooring and heating. By law, conservatories must not take heat from the same system as the rest of your home otherwise they’ll need to comply with Building Regulations – I know, that comes as a surprise to most people. To heat your conservatory, you may wish to consider underfloor heating however this will need to be married with the right type of floor – ask your installer for advice. The most popular types of flooring for a conservatory are carpet flooring, vinyl flooring, laminate flooring, wooden flooring, and floor tiles. Each have different cleaning and maintenance requirements so please make sure you think about this carefully before you make a decision – for example, if the kids are running in and out of an autumnal muddy garden, carpet flooring may not be suitable. Even though modern conservatories have superb heat insulation properties, the management of temperature in your conservatory will be more difficult than other rooms in your home because the space itself is mainly glass-walled. Make sure that you close all the conservatory vents and windows before you go to bed and be sure to invest in some conservatory blinds, especially for the roof if you’re installing is a glass or polycarbonate roof. Should I choose a solid conservatory roof? So far, in this article, we’ve looked at double-glazed and polycarbonate roofs. There is another option – a solid roof. A solid conservatory roof does push the price up because of the additional materials and labour costs. Solid conservatory roofs are much heavier than either double-glazed or polycarbonate roofs meaning that you may incur extra charges to have the structure of your new conservatory strengthened so that it can support the added weight. Even with a solid roof, your conservatory will still be bathed in light and you can choose just how much light with as many roof windows as you please. You should seriously consider a tiled roof if you want to be much more in control of the regulation of the temperate within your conservatory over the whole year – hot months and cold months. A conservatory may add value to your home but be careful. Towergate Insurance research showed that a conservatory could add up to 5% to the value of your home. In other words, you could make money when you come to sell your home through the installation of a conservatory if the price of that installation is less than 5% of the value of your market home. How will you use your conservatory and how much space will that require? You may want a conservatory for a variety of different reasons – everything for a mancave to a kids’ play area to a place to chill to a place to work to a dining area. We all have our own reasons for wanting to make the investment in a conservatory but, once you’re sure what that is, it’s time to do a little bit more planning prior to getting quotes from different trusted installers. How will you furnish your conservatory? In order to be able to use your conservatory in the way you want, how much furniture will you need? How much spare space will you need to create so people can walk from one end of the conservatory to another easily and comfortably? In your mind, plan out where each desk, chair, or other piece of furniture will go and how you want yourself and your family to move around the conservatory. The furniture you buy for your conservatory will have to be added to your overall conservatory budget so create extra room in that budget by getting multiple quotes from different installers to get your installation cost down – more on that below. Do you need planning permission? Generally permissible conservatories without the need for planning permission. Assuming you don’t own a listed building or live in a conservation or Directive 4 area, you won’t need planning permission if your conservatory: does not take up more than half the land around the original property does not exceed four metres in height does not stretch further than 3 metres beyond the rear wall of your property Ask your installer for their advice based upon the dimensions and blueprints they draw up for your conservatory. The times when you’ll always need planning permission. If your conservatory exceeds more than 30m2 in size, the use of glazing in “critical areas” is in line with Part N of the building regulations, and there’s not what’s known as “thermal separation” from the rest of your property, it will likely be classed as an extension and you will need to speak with your Local Planning department for guidance. Who should install your conservatory? What pitfalls should I look out for? While there’s nothing wrong or illegal with conservatory installers knocking door to door looking for sales leads, someone has to pay for the door canvassing representatives and their managers – and it’s often you through higher prices. The chances are that any quote you receive from a conservatory installer who has approached you first by phone or at your door will be fine and good value for money – but, as we cover in just a minute, you should get a variety of quotes anyway. Always invite more than one installer in to give you a quote but how do you know that the person you’re calling in is reputable? Should my installer be a member of any trade bodies? We would recommend that any installer you choose be a member of at least one of the following trade associations or certification schemes – Glass & Glazing Federation (GGF), the Certification and Self-Assessment (CERTASS) scheme the Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme (FENSA), or accreditation from TrustMark or FairTrades Should I try to haggle down the price? Yes – but there’s any easy way to do this. Conservatory installers are a competitive bunch and they would much rather install your conservatory for less than they’d ideally like to install it for than have one of their competitors do it instead. If the people who are quoting you know that they have to fight to win your business, they’ll lower price without necessarily sacrificing any quality whatsoever in parts, skills, or after-care. Particularly for locally-owned and -operated businesses, they live and die by their reputation in their home communities and it’s never ever in their interest to cut corners. Most homeowners buy their conservatories using finance offered by their installer. Make sure you ask for the lowest possible interest rate – better still, try to get a payment-free period with no interest through the term of the loan. If you don’t ask, you don’t get and, if you’re worried about bringing it up or offending an installer, don’t be – they expect to be asked and they’re often surprised if they’re not. What sort of guarantees should I expect on an installation? Even the best businesses go through the roughest times and some of them don’t make it through to the other side, despite the best intentions and efforts of their owners and staff. If your installer can offer you an “insurance-backed” guarantee, this means that your conservatory will be fixed or maintained for you by another professional if something goes wrong and they cease trading as a result. New Conservatory Prices with CompareCompanies. 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TitleConservatory Prices 2021/22 | Conservatory Cost Guide | ConservatoryLand
Urlhttps://www.conservatoryland.com/frequently-asked-questions/conservatory-prices/
DescriptionThe cost of a conservatory varies depending on the size and scale of your project. View our conservatory price list to find out more
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H1Conservatory prices - 2021/22
H2How much does a conservatory cost?
Conservatory price list – 2021/22
Cheap conservatories – buying a conservatory on a budget
How much would a fully fitted conservatory cost?
Self-build conservatory prices
A cost guide to popular conservatory styles
What else can affect the average cost of a conservatory?
Get a quote for your dream conservatory
H3Lean-to conservatory prices
Edwardian conservatory prices
Hipped back Edwardian conservatory prices
Victorian conservatory prices
Gable conservatory prices
P-shaped conservatory prices
T-shaped conservatory prices
L-shaped conservatory prices
3×3 conservatory prices
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Small conservatories prices
Large conservatory prices
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ConservaBase
Get a free quote
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H2WithAnchorsHow much does a conservatory cost?
Conservatory price list – 2021/22
Cheap conservatories – buying a conservatory on a budget
How much would a fully fitted conservatory cost?
Self-build conservatory prices
A cost guide to popular conservatory styles
What else can affect the average cost of a conservatory?
Get a quote for your dream conservatory
BodyConservatory prices - 2021/22 Are you looking to expand your home and increase your property’s value with a high-quality conservatory? Before you get started, it can help to have a steer on conservatory prices. That’s why we’ve put together our pricing guide, so you know what you can get for your budget. To help you find the best conservatory for you and your home, our guide explains conservatory prices and how the size, style and customisation options can affect the total cost. This guide will cover: How much does a conservatory cost? Conservatory price list – 2021/22 Cheap conservatories – buying a conservatory on a budget How much would a fully fitted conservatory cost? Self-build conservatory prices A cost guide to popular conservatory styles Lean-to conservatory prices Edwardian conservatory prices Edwardian hipped back conservatory prices Victorian conservatory prices Gable conservatory prices P-shaped conservatory prices T-shaped conservatory prices L-shaped conservatory prices 3×3 conservatory prices Orangery prices What else can affect the average cost of a conservatory? Small conservatories prices Large conservatory prices Roof options Glazing options Door options ConservaBase How much does a conservatory cost? You’ve chosen your size and style, now you need to know: how much is a conservatory? Conservatory prices can vary depending on the provider and the scale of your project. The size, shape, design, materials and installation will impact the cost of a conservatory. So, how much does a conservatory cost? The price of a conservatory extension can start from just a few thousand pounds for a small self-build lean-to, increasing to a much bigger budget for a large orangery. Read on to find out more about our conservatory prices. Conservatory price list – 2021/22. At ConservatoryLand, we guarantee some of the lowest conservatory prices in the UK. In fact, we are so confident you won’t find a conservatory with like-for-like specifications at a lower price anywhere else that we’re willing to match any competitor’s quote. Prices shown on this page are for the conservatory only (windows, doors and roof) for self-build on to your own base. Prices shown do not include base, dwarf walls or installation. Conservatory Style Model Size Price From Lean-to Dwarf Wall 3m x 3m £5,049 Edwardian Dwarf Wall 3m x 3m £5,795 Hipped Back Edwardian Dwarf Wall 3m x 3m £6,449 Victorian Dwarf Wall 3m x 3m £5,749 Gable Front Dwarf Wall 3m x 3m £6,395 P-Shape Dwarf Wall 3.5m x 3m £6,649 T-Shape Dwarf Wall 4m x 3m £7,395 Orangery Dwarf Wall 3m x 3m £9,095 Sizes shown are for external brickwork sizes. Prices shown include delivery for self-build and VAT. Prices do not include ConservaBase, base, floor, walls or fitting. Prices correct at time of publication but are subject to change. Using our conservatory prices guide, you can enjoy peace of mind that there will be no major surprises, such as high, unexpected conservatory costs. Only the strongest materials are used in building our products, so you know they’re of the highest quality. What’s more, we provide a 10-year guarantee on all conservatories, which covers discolouration, warping and cracking. If you’d like more information about our range of conservatories and customisation options, order a free brochure today. Cheap conservatories – buying a conservatory on a budget. Choosing a cheap conservatory doesn’t mean you have to compromise on quality. We take pride in offering long-lasting, low-cost conservatories that don’t break the bank. ConservatoryLand has some of the best deals on conservatories, making it easy to find an affordable installation made from premium materials at cheap conservatory prices. With some of the lowest costs in the UK, we specialise in budget-friendly installations. Plus, you can enjoy added value through expertly crafted finishes. The budget-conscious will find high-quality products and valuable advice to inspire cheap conservatory ideas. Thanks to our wide selection of styles, you can design a modern and affordable new space just as you always imagined. When you save on the price of a conservatory at ConservatoryLand, the cheapest build could be the one you install yourself. DIY conservatories are low-price extensions that could help you save money on installation fees, and for experienced DIYers, building a cheap conservatory is easier than you might think. How much would a fully fitted conservatory cost? The cost of a fully fitted conservatory varies depending on the labour costs in your area. On average, fully fitted conservatory prices for a 3m x 3m lean-to conservatory start from £10,950. If you don’t have time to build your conservatory, consider requesting a quote from a local builder. If you opt to use our network of Approved Installers, you can feel confident that your project will be completed to the highest standard because we thoroughly vet and approve each installer. Plus, with an estimated cost to install a conservatory, you can determine whether a professional builder provides the best value for money. The price of your fully fitted conservatory will differ depending on the size and scale of your project. For example, installation-only conservatory prices in the UK can start at just £2,200 including the base for a standard build. Self-build conservatory prices. Self-build conservatories are a low-budget option to increase your living space without having to pay costly installation fees. Depending on your preferences, you can build your conservatory yourself or hire a contractor. Do-it-yourself conservatories can be one of the most convenient and cost-effective ways to expand your home and make the most of your garden. Cheap self-build conservatories are often a more viable alternative to a more labour-intensive home improvement — like a brickwork extension, for example. DIY conservatories are usually cheaper than conservatories sold with a full installation service, but the overall cost is dependent on the size and shape of the design. An advantage of self-assembly conservatories is you can control your spending at each stage of the installation. For example, an experienced DIYer might pay a professional builder to install a dwarf wall but assemble the rest of the conservatory and glazing themselves to save on labour costs. Explore our range of conservatory styles and estimate the cost of your own self-build project by ordering a free brochure today. If you need a helping hand and would like to know the cost to install a conservatory, get a quote from a local builder in our network of approved installers. A cost guide to popular conservatory styles. Lean-to conservatory prices. Simple in design with a sloped roof, lean-to conservatories are sleek and modern. Prices vary depending on many factors, including the size of the build and customisation options. If you’re looking for a lean-to measuring 3m x 3m with a dwarf wall, our prices start from £5,049. Our lean-to conservatories are made of the same durable, high-quality materials as most modern conservatories, so you can rest assured your new space is built to last. Find out more about Lean-To conservatories. Edwardian conservatory prices. Square or rectangular, a traditional Edwardian conservatory is a spacious option with a pitched roof. A 3m x 3m Edwardian conservatory with a dwarf wall starts at £5,800. Find out more about Edwardian conservatories. Hipped back Edwardian conservatory prices. An Edwardian hipped back conservatory has the same Edwardian-era aesthetic but features an angled roof to suit single-storey buildings, such as bungalows. An Edwardian hipped back conservatory measuring 3m x 3m with a dwarf wall starts at £6,449. Find out more about hipped back Edwardian conservatories. Victorian conservatory prices. With a steeply pitched roof and curved bay window, the elegant Victorian conservatory is a popular option for many homeowners. Our Victorian conservatory prices start from £5,749 for a 3m x 3m build with a dwarf wall. Need a helping hand to build your Victorian conservatory? Remember, the costs of a professional builder will impact the overall price of your conservatory. Find out more about Victorian conservatories. Gable conservatory prices. With a modern, high-vaulted roof, the gable conservatory is a stylish option. Gable conservatory prices vary based on the dimensions of the build. A gable conservatory measuring 3m x 3m with a dwarf wall starts at £6,395. Find out more about Gable-front conservatories. P-shaped conservatory prices. A P-shaped conservatory features a protruding end, much like the letter ‘P’. P-shaped conservatory prices start from £6,649 for a 3.5m x 3m build with a dwarf wall. Find out more about P-shape conservatories. T-shaped conservatory prices. A T-shaped conservatory has a central projection that creates a porch effect. Our T-shaped conservatories measuring 4m x 3m with a dwarf wall start from £7,395. Find out more about T-shape conservatories. L-shaped conservatory prices. This modern style of conservatory is the ideal option if you have an L-shaped space created by a garage or extension. A sleek L-shape conservatory is perfect for tricky outdoor areas. Get in touch today for a free personalised quote. Find out more about L-shaped conservatories. 3×3 conservatory prices. A 3×3 conservatory is a small build with an area of nine square metres. A 3m x 3m orangery start from £9,095. A 3m x 3m conservatory with a dwarf wall costs in the region of £5,049 – £7,395. Find out more about 3×3 conservatories. Orangery prices. Elegant and spacious, orangeries boast a luxury internal pelmet and large aluminium gutter. A 3m x 3m orangery with a dwarf wall starts at £9,095. Find out more about our DIY orangeries. What else can affect the average cost of a conservatory? The total cost of a conservatory primarily reflects the size of your project and the customisation options you choose. Small conservatories prices. Small conservatory prices are less than their larger counterparts, thanks to their comparatively diminutive size. With fewer materials and less labour, a small conservatory is a cost-effective option for those on a budget. Large conservatory prices. As the size of the conservatory increases, so does the price. With larger frames,  and more glazing, the cost of a large conservatory will cost more than a smaller sized equivalent. The costs of large conservatories vary depending on whether you decide to build the project yourself or hire an approved installer to take care of the installation. Roof options . When it comes to your roof, you have the choice between two options. We offer a cost-effective polycarbonate roof that reduces glare and insulates your space. Our glass roof option is durable and energy-efficient and provides lower noise levels, so you can enjoy your conservatory all year round. Get in touch to find out more about the prices of our roofing options. Find out more about our range of conservatory roof options. Glazing options. We offer a blue self-cleaning solar control glass roofing system that provides consistent temperatures throughout the year. You can opt to upgrade your glazing to our energy-efficient glass option, so you can enjoy your new living space all year round — whatever the weather. Get in touch today to find out more about the costs of our glazing options. Find out more about our glazing options. Door options. We have a range of door types, including French doors, bi-fold doors and patio doors. We only use the highest-quality uPVC profiles, so you’ll have peace of mind your conservatory doors are built to last. Get in touch to find out more about the costs of our door options. Find out more about our range of conservatory doors. ConservaBase. Our bespoke ConservaBase is a high-quality steel base that offers safe and secure foundations for your conservatory. The prices shown on this page do not include our ConservaBase system. Get in touch today to find out more. Find out more about our unique ConservaBase. Get a quote for your dream conservatory. Are you ready to kick-start your project? Fill out our online form, or give us a call, and our friendly team can offer you a free personalised quote. Feeling inspired to learn more about ConservatoryLand’s high-quality conservatories? Order a free brochure today and explore our wide range of conservatory styles and customisation options. Save Money! Costs about HALF of a traditional conservatory build - Find out more Installation in action Watch our video Only £99 deposit & 0% interest free credit More info Get a free quote Request a brochure Get a free quote. Close Request a brochure. 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BodyConservatory pricesWe've spoken to experts and conservatory owners so you can find out how much a conservatory will cost, how you can save money and what costly pitfalls to avoidASAdam SnookThe price of a new conservatory or orangery can vary dramatically. The cost will depend on what type of conservatory you choose, how big it is and what materials it's made from.But there are things you can do to keep the costs down and stay within your budget. We've worked with the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) to bring you the average cost for three different sizes of conservatory, as well as the prices for basic and more complicated constructions.We've also contacted conservatory firms across the UK, grilled experts and got the low-down from more than 100 conservatory owners, to find out how you could save and the key things you need to consider. Use the findings from our research to choose the right type of conservatory for your home and budget, and make sure you don't get caught out by any unexpected costs.Which? members can log in now to find out how much you can expect to pay for a conservatory, where you can save money and what features are worth splashing out on.Not yet a Which? member? Join Which? to get instant access to all our advice on home improvements, from kitchens to loft conversions, and thousands of appliance reviews.ConservatoriesFloor size (m)Price fromPrice toIncluding electrics and radiator (forming opening measured separately)   Including forming opening in existing external cavity wall and new pair of glazed doors, electrics and radiator  Show full tableTable notes: The rates in this section are indicative costs for the supply and installation of typical proprietary, standard-design conservatories fitted on dwarf walls.  Garden roomsFloor size (m)Price fromPrice toSimilar to conservatories but with solid roof including electrics and radiator   Including forming opening in existing external cavity wall and new pair of glazed doors, electrics and radiator  Show full tableTable notes: The rates in this section are indicative costs for the supply and installation of typical, standard-design attached garden rooms fitted on dwarf walls, steel frame and composite felt flat roof. Conservatories and orangeries. Conservatory pricesConservatories step-by-stepChoosing a conservatory companyConservatories: common regrets and how to avoid themTypes of conservatoryConservatory interiors Share on FacebookShare on TwitterShare by emailConservatories and orangeries. Conservatory pricesConservatories step-by-stepChoosing a conservatory companyConservatories: common regrets and how to avoid themTypes of conservatoryConservatory interiors Latest News InWhich? Home & garden. Galaxy tops hot chocolate taste test, but cheap Aldi alternative isn’t far behind. 5th January 2022What should we review next?4th January 2022What does Ecodesign mean? Read this if you’re considering buying a wood-burning stove in 2022. 4th January 2022Best Currys sales deals revealed by Which?3rd January 2022Which? reveals the best deals in the John Lewis sales. 3rd January 2022Five things you need to know about mattress guarantees before hitting the mattress sales. 30th December 20216 ways you can have a cheap Veganuary. 30th December 2021Dogs, electric heaters and hot water bottles — which will keep you the warmest this winter?29th December 202110 brilliant health breakthroughs that show 2021 wasn’t all bad. 28th December 2021Built to last: were appliances really made better in the past?28th December 2021View all news
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TitleHow much does a conservatory cost In 2021? | MyBuilder.com
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BodyHow much does a conservatory cost? The conservatory costs in this article are correct as of 2022 Building a conservatory has long been a popular way for homeowners to extend their property with a room that helps to bring the outdoors inside, with large windows letting in all the light of the garden. While old conservatories can have a reputation for being too hot in summer and too cold in winter, modern materials and building standards mean they can be useful and comfortable all year round, and a great, cost-effective alternative to a full extension project. Before you get started on adding a new conservatory, you’ll want to know how much this kind of job can cost, so we’ve broken down some typical conservatory prices to help guide your decisions, and hire the right conservatory installer. Stages of a conservatory build. 1 Planning costs . Planning costs can usually be dispensed with when it comes to budgeting for a conservatory, as planning permission is not usually needed. Unless you are in a conservation area, your property is listed, or the conservatory is of an unusually large size or close to your property boundaries, you will be able to go ahead without the cost of submitting a planning application. If you have any concerns, speak to the planning department of your local authority before going ahead. 2 Cost of materials  . As well as the size of the conservatory, the biggest factor in determining the cost of your conservatory will be the material you use. The most common, and cheapest option, is uPVC, a type of plastic. Modern uPVC is very hard-wearing and weather resistant, and comes in a variety of colours. Other options are metal, such as aluminium, which can be very long-lasting, while timber is also popular, but by far the most expensive choice - and the one which will require the most upkeep over the years to keep it looking its best and not deteriorating. Typically, we would expect that any timber-framed conservatory will cost around a third more than the same design using uPVC. For a small, simple conservatory with a rectangular footprint, a uPVC conservatory may cost around £7,000 to £11,000 - while the same conservatory made from wood would be £12,000 to £16,000. Prices in London and the south east will typically be at the higher end of any price bracket. The other cost differences will come in the kind of glass you choose to use and the materials you wish to use for the roof. Most conservatories will have standard double-glazing, but you can choose various other options, such as specially toughened glass, self-cleaning glass, and low E glass (which insulates better) - but all of these options will add around 20% to 30% to the cost. When it comes to the roof, glass panels, similar to the wall sections, are common, and let in the most light, however, tiling is increasingly popular, which gives greater insulation and noise-reduction, but is more expensive. Polycarbonate is another option, and the lightest and cheapest choice. The choices you make for the floor and other decorative elements will also impact the overall price. 3 Installation costs. Unless you are planning to construct the conservatory yourself, most quotes you get will be for the materials and the installation. However, there are elements of the installation that can have a large impact on the pricing of the overall job. For example, preparing the ground will require work, depending on the condition of the site (for example, will the builders have to remove a patio?). The other key factor is whether or not your conservatory will have a dwarf wall or not. A dwarf wall, usually made from brick, though it can be stone, is a small wall, typically less than a metre high, which acts as a solid base for the glazing panels to rest on. If you plan to have a tiled roof, a dwarf wall may be necessary to provide structural support. Building the wall will add time and cost to the build. Get a conservatory quote. We can help you meet professional conservatory specialists near you to get real quotes today. How do different conservatory types vary in cost? Lean to conservatory prices. Lean-to conservatories, where three walls are constructed against the existing wall of your house, with the roof sloping down over the conservatory, are the simplest and cheapest style of conservatory. If there is a little base work to do, no wall and a polycarbonate roof, you may be able to construct a small new conservatory for around £5,000, though prices will range to more than twice that if you choose more expensive options. Victorian conservatory costs. Featuring a pitched roof and a rounded frontage, Victorian conservatories are very popular, and can range from around £6,000 to £15,000 depending on the choice of materials and finishings. Edwardian conservatory costs. Edwardian, or Georgian conservatories, are similar to Victorian styles but feature a flat frontage, while the squared off space often lends itself to greater functionality. The costs are broadly in line with Victorian conservatory prices. MyBuilder Plus logo MyBuilder Plus is comprehensive cover for your job that takes away the stress and financial risk if the unexpected happens. Learn more Orangery conservatory costs. Orangeries straddle the line between extension and conservatory, with brick or stone work that reaches to ceiling height, bringing the overall design closer to the rest of the house and making the space easier to control when it comes to temperature. However, the prices will also be higher for the greater level of construction needed, ranging from around £10,000 to £20,000, or even higher for very large, elaborate designs. Contents Introduction Stages of a conservatory build Planning costs Cost of materials Installation costs Conservatory cost by style Get a conservatory quote. We can help you meet professional conservatory specialists near you to get real quotes today. Conservatories. Choosing the right builder for your conservatory Permitted development. Permitted Development: an alternative to planning Home extension costs. How much do house extensions cost? View more pricing guides. 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TitleHow Much Does A Conservatory Cost in 2022? | Checkatrade
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Title10 Things To Know Before Buying A New Conservatory | Guide | STHW
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Body10 Things You Need To Know Before Buying A Conservatory July 18, 2017admin Buying A New Conservatory. The time has come, you have chosen to purchase a conservatory. You are now ready to take the first steps to plan your dream conservatory. However, you may be thinking now what? Well, worry not, we have put together ten things to consider before purchasing a new extension. 1. How Are You Going To Use Your Extension? How you choose to use your conservatory is entirely up to you. Choosing the right conservatory style for you and your family will probably come down to how you intend to use your conservatory. Maybe you are looking to create a playroom for the children, a personal gym, a new extravagant dining room or even a lounge space you to relax in.  Whatever you choose, your conservatory will require a different configuration to suit your requirements. 2. Furniture For Conservatories. So once you have decided on how you want to use your conservatory, the next thing to consider is how to furnish it. There are many ways to decorate your new conservatory. If you are contemplating a glass or polycarbonate roof, you may want to make sure that your furniture with fabrics avoids fading in direct sunlight. A lightweight tiled roof or specialised roof panels will help to prevent any issues with this direct sunlight. 3. How Much Is My House Worth? Consider contacting estate agents to give you a valuation your property before you get your conservatory built. Doing this will help when discussing how much an extension could increase the value of your home. Furthermore, there are additional extensions to consider, including orangeries and bespoke extensions.  4. Do I Need Planning Permission? Planning permission can be a daunting thing. But unless you have a listed building or preservation area, you may not require planning permission to install a new conservatory. However, it is a good idea to inquire about needing planning permission for your new extension. Furthermore, planning permission can add further costs to your new conservatory project. We advised that you seek expert advice. However, St Helens Windows can take care of planning permission before the installation of your new conservatory. 5. What To Expect From Your Installation. Are you looking to sit back and relax while your chosen company works continuously for you? Or would you like to be fully involved in creating your conservatory? Whatever your answer, it will help you to decide the right home improvement company for your conservatory. Furthermore, you should ensure that the company you use for your new conservatory build has all the guarantees and accreditations in place. 6. Will My Extension Match My Home? It is beneficial to find the right extension to match your property. Speak with a Home Improvements Adviser from a home improvement company to get professional design examples and advice on what conservatory designs will suit your home. 7. How Do I Maintain My Conservatory? Having an extension will require extra time and effort to maintain. Once your extension is complete, the type of material used will determine how much maintenance your conservatory requires. UPVC conservatories require minimal maintenance, maybe a clean down every year depending on the area of your property and where your extension is situated. We recommended that you clean the glass at least every six months, this will keep your extension looking good and avoid any excess build-up of dirt. 8. Where Is The Best Place To Add My Conservatory? You will need to decide where you want to have your extension installed on your home. Furthermore, you will have to think about where you require your doors linking to your home. Conservatory doors are available in several styles, including bi-fold doors, French doors and patio doors. Therefore, providing your extension with a unique aesthetic and an impressive entrance. 9. Choosing Quality Materials. When you are spending money on a conservatory, you want to know that it will last. That is why choosing a reputable company is the best choice.  Look for companies with online review and image galleries. That is a good indication of the quality of their work. Plus, these companies are more likely to use high-quality materials that will benefit your home and stand the test of time. 10. Choosing A Trusted Company Like St Helens Windows. Conservatories are a considerable consideration, so you must get the best quality from your supplier. A reputable home improvements company should provide you with the best quality for your money. Furthermore, once you have done your research and have decided on what company you wish to use. You can rest assured that you are getting the best possible quality and guarantee. Call 01744 611203 for more information on bespoke designed conservatories. : 10 things, 10 tips, conservatories, conservatory, consider, designs, investment, maintenance, property, style, value Previous Post How To Add More Style To Your Porch Next Post Why Install A Composite Door Over A UPVC Or Wooden Door? Related Articles. 4 Garage Conversion Ideas For Your Children . June 16, 2020admin Conservatory Ideas For Buyers . September 10, 2018admin Best Way To Decorate Bay Windows . March 8, 2018admin
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TitleConservatory Prices: 2021 Fully Fitted Cost Comparison UK
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BodyConservatory Prices: 2022 Fully Fitted Cost Comparison UK Installing a conservatory onto your home provides a useful and versatile extra room. Although the total installation cost of a conservatory won’t be less than a few thousand pounds, you will find that the extra space available will be worth every penny. A conservatory is a room made using a framework infilled with translucent panels and fixed to the outside of the house. Furthermore, they are designed to allow you to enjoy the sun’s warmth on a gloomy, dull day or enjoy the garden when it is raining. This article will discuss how much things cost and some of the other information you will need to consider. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes → Main Topics How Much Does A Conservatory Cost? Many factors, to be determined later, will determine the variation of conservatory prices. For now, let’s choose a basic 3.5m x 3.5m structure fully fitted with a concrete base and compare different styles and materials. Conservatory Style uPVC Wood Lean-to Conservatory £9,000 £12,000 Victorian/Edwardian Conservatory £12,000 £16,000 Orangery £16,000 £20,000 Conservatory Cost Factors. There are many factors governing the price variations and you must understand these so you can compare like-for-like when trying to choose. The most obvious factor is the size of the structure. This includes height as well as floor area. The next most important factors are construction materials and style. We have already mentioned uPVC and wood, but there are other materials such as aluminium, hardwood or softwood. We also include whether the roof is made from cheaper polycarbonate panels or expensive double glazed glass units. Note: Learn more about conservatory roof replacement costs. Are you buying an easily installed, factory-made kit or is it a conservatory made from scratch by a carpenter? A factory-made kit will often look better because all the difficult angles and mouldings are machine made in a factory or workshop rather than by hand. Hence, all that is required is to assemble them on site. However, you will have to take the standardised sizes and make do with those. Conversely, although a hand-made structure will be simpler, it will fit your existing situation. Useful if your house has awkward angled walls or changes in elevation and slopes. If you live in London, then labour will be charged at a premium. Does the installation need scaffolding? This is unlikely unless you have chosen a tall structure. But, you will need to provide access for installing the roof so an access tower and ladders will be useful. Remember, when the conservatory is in position, it’ll be difficult to access the house roof or the house walls above the structure. Make sure that you have done all the maintenance jobs such as replacing roof tiles, cleaning gutters and painting the walls before the conservatory installers arrive. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →   Requesting Quote Calculations. If you intend hiring a professional to install the conservatory, it is important to calculate a rough ballpark figure for your costs. You can do this by looking at a few different catalogues from various manufacturers and calculating the average price per square metre. It is always better to request a quotation to do the entire job from three separate professionals. To save you the work, try using the tool on this website and contact some competent conservatory installers. Conservatory Styles. Generally, conservatories come in two distinctive styles: traditional and orangeries. Whichever one you choose will depend on your budget and on its proposed use. For the purposes of this article, we will only be talking about conservatories. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →   Traditional. A traditional conservatory comes in so many different styles, you would need a catalogue to decide on your choice and that is exactly what manufacturers do. Therefore, the first thing is to look online at some websites and see what is actually available. The most popular types are based on a simple lean-to structure. These are fitted to an external wall of the house and slope away from the wall, shedding rainfall into gutters. Small conservatories are obviously cheaper than larger ones and an average all-in price for a lean-to will be about £9,000 to £12,000. There are almost as many conservatory types available as there are architectural styles, with Victorian and Edwardian gaining in popularity in recent years. The design is more complex for these and so you will be paying more for the installation. They have a roof similar in shape to your house roof and will have slight differences in window design. Although the design is more complicated, mass production has prevented the price from rising too much above the lean-to cost. A basic conservatory of this type won’t cost you more than about £14,000 to £16,000. Whether you choose wood or uPVC as a framework will depend on many factors, not least being the construction materials of your house doors and windows. It looks better if they match so choose wisely. To save money you can buy cheap, self build, DIY conservatory kits or pay the full price and have the work done by a professional. uPVC or wooden framed conservatories are the commonest frame materials and once again the difference is echoed in the price. Orangery. This is more like an extension to your home constructed mainly from glass. As such, it will need to comply with Building Regulations and you may need Planning Permission too. Because of the need for proper foundations, heating, better quality materials and suchlike, the cost for an Orangery will be at least twice the cost of a conservatory. The average cost of an orangery will be about £20,000, but you may find some as low as about £15,000. But, considering that what you are getting for your money is more like an extension to your home, which can cost anything from £30,000 to £50,000, it is a small price to pay. So, when deciding which one you want to have, the first choice is whether you want a conservatory or extension and you must go from there. If you decide on an extension (an orangery) you must then start looking at designs and finding a general builder to do the work. If you decide on a cheaper conservatory, it is possible to do the work as a DIY project if you have the skills or find a conservatory installation company who can do the work for you. Note: Read the full orangery cost guide. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes → Components. Foundations are essential. Their size depends on the weight of the structure, and the type of ground conditions you have. A typical conservatory will need at least 150mm deep and 200mm wide concrete strip foundations to support the weight above. On top of this, cement in place a course of 100mm concrete blocks on which to build the conservatory. You will need a conservatory base strong enough to support the weight of the structure as well as one which won’t lose any heat or allow draughts to enter. Therefore,  the best floor will be made from concrete with a damp proof membrane, insulated with polystyrene slabs. Pour the concrete within the concrete block surround. A useful extra to keep everyone warm in the winter is underfloor heating. If you have a full glass wall, build the wall framework directly from the concrete blocks. If the wall is half glass then build a dwarf wall up to the correct height. The conservatory consists of a wall frame constructed from wood, aluminium or uPVC, infilled with double glazed panels. Structural beams or rafters, constructed from the same material as the walls make up the roof. Between the rafters, there are either glass panels or polycarbonate roofing sheets depending on how much you want to spend. Usually, only expensive conservatories have a glass roof, but they need a much more robust support structure because of its weight. Fit the structure to the house where there is either an external single door or patio doors. Don’t forget that the join between conservatory and house will need to be waterproofed with lead flashing or other suitable water barriers. Using glass roof panels rather than polycarbonate will probably add about £1,000 onto the price of standard conservatory roof. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →   Conservatory Planning Permissions, Building Regulations & Covenants. You will need to apply for planning permission for your new conservatory if your home is a listed building or you live in a conservation area. This doesn’t necessarily mean you won’t be granted permission but you will at the very least have to comply with certain stipulations laid down by the local authority. If your house doesn’t fall into this category, then you will still need planning permission if the conservatory is taller than 4 metres or if it extends more than 3 metres from the back wall (if yours is a detached house then the limit is 4 metres). Be aware that if your conservatory is larger than 30 square metres in area, is not at ground level, has certain glazing requirements, and shares heating with the rest of the house, the local authority will class it as an extension rather than a conservatory. It will, therefore, need to comply with Building Regulations. If you are in doubt, contact the Building Control Officer and ask what the requirements are. If you choose a conservatory installer who is registered with FENSA, he will issue a certificate to prove that your glass installation complies with the Building Regulations. This may not seem such a big deal now, but the certificate will be necessary if you ever decide to move house. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →   Health, Safety and Environmental Considerations. The following are for your information only. If you are hiring a competent professional they will already be aware of the safety considerations and should adhere to the advice. Excavating the ground to install foundations and floor will require some way to dispose of unwanted soil. Hire a skip from a registered waste handler to ensure everything is disposed of according to the law. Handling cement dust, mortar and concrete will damage exposed skin. Wear suitable protective clothing such as gloves, goggles and dust mask. If working at height ensure you use suitable access ladders and platforms. Do not use electrical tools in wet weather. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →   How To Vet A Professional For The Job. While it is true that almost anyone with some DIY skills can build a conservatory, it may not turn out looking very professional. Only use skilled tradesmen to carry out this work, especially when dealing with foundations, glass and waterproofing. After all, you have spent a lot of money on it and you deserve to have it installed properly. When you choose your installer, ensure he or she is a member of some of the following organisations.: The Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF),  The Certification and Self Assessment Scheme (CERTASS), The Fenestration Self Assessment Scheme (FENSA), Trustmark, and Fairtrades. If you are having lighting or electrical sockets installed in your conservatory, use a qualified and registered electrician.  This is because you will be extending the circuits and require compliance with Part P of the Building Regulations. It can be very difficult to choose your own professional so always make full use of online tools to request quotations. One of these is available to use on this website. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →   Conservatory Cost FAQs. Why buy a conservatory? Conservatories are great for those of you who would like to extend your living area in your home but cannot afford the full price of an extension. If you like gardens and want somewhere to sit and view, or maybe you want somewhere to entertain guests, then a conservatory is great. One of the most popular reasons for having one installed is when you live in a remote and windy area. A conservatory will allow you to appreciate the sun’s warmth without having to put up with the chill wind. What are the benefits of a conservatory? They add extra space at a fraction of the cost of a proper extension. The glass brings lots of natural light into the house. They are versatile and can be used for many purposes. You can ‘bring your garden indoors’. What are the disadvantages of a conservatory? It is very difficult to maintain a constant temperature because of the lack of insulation. In fact, it can be cold at night and in the winter, but blistering hot in the summer. The noise of rain on the roof can be almost overpowering if it is a heavy storm. Although polycarbonate roof sheeting is difficult to cut properly, it is very brittle and easy to smash, making it very difficult to keep a conservatory secure. Where can I buy a conservatory? There are many places to buy a conservatory. You can buy direct from the manufacturer or from selected retail outlets. Most manufacturers have their own teams of qualified technicians who will install and supply an installation warranty. What questions should I ask a potential installer? Find out if they are a member of the Glass and Glazing Federation. Use one of the online tradesmen finding tools or use the quotation request tools on this website. Has the installer any insurance for damage to your property and for an accident to you and your family? Ask to see the policy and check it will be active during the installation. Find out if they offer a warranty or guarantee on materials and labour and for how long. Compare Quotes & Save up to 37%: Get Free Quotes →  
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TitleBuy A Conservatory | Conservatory Buyers Guide UK
Urlhttps://www.conservatoryonlineprices.co.uk/conservatory-buyers-guide/
DescriptionWant to buy a conservatory? Our conservatory buyers guide includes great conservatory tips to help you buy your dream conservatory
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BodyConservatory Buyers Guide So You Want To Buy A Conservatory…. You have found your way to this buyers guide because you want to buy a conservatory, or perhaps you are thinking of buying a conservatory. If you are on the cusp and can’t decide whether a conservatory is for you (hint: it is) then why not read our blog: Conservatory Or Extension? If you are saying, “I want it all and I want it now” then please, read on. You Want A Bigger Home. Everyone dreams of a bigger home but extending property space involves a lot of time, planning and money. The typical house extension requires planning permission from your local council and will also require a lot of your patience (be prepared for a lot of disruption.) A Cheaper Alternative. A conservatory, however, takes less time to build, is often the cheaper option and more times than not, does not require planning permission. Hurrah! With this in mind, it’s not surprising that so many people in the UK (including yourself) would like to buy a conservatory. The right conservatory will increase property value, make your home look fantastic (we are all for impoving property aesthetics) and give you the extra space you need – without breaking too much of your budget. Conservatory Buyers Guide. Our conservatory buying guide takes you through conservatory design, building regulations and planning permission. When it comes to choosing a conservatory there are many possibilities so we have included some important conservatory tips for you to consider. Which Conservatory Design? No property is the same. That’s why when choosing a conservatory you’d like, it is essential that you consider your existing build. Do you have a terraced property? If so, your options may be limited to a small lean-to design. Are you looking to extend into the garden or keep to your patio? Study some brochures to find a conservatory design you like. By doing this, you can clarify to the conservatory supplier exactly what type of conservatory you would like which will simplify the process. Conservatory Styles. There is a wide range of conservatory styles to choose from, including bespoke conservatory styles to modern and traditional conservatory designs. If you would like to get an idea of how a conservatory style can affect overall cost, then use our conservatory prices calculator to get an instant online quote. You will be surprised how much a conservatory design, size and material can affect the final price.  How Will You Use Your Conservatory? Your lifestyle will play a huge part in which conservatory style you choose and where its going to be located. A conservatory can be turned into a dining room which sits with your kitchen, or it can be a playroom which can be located off your living room. Deciding on your conservatory’s day to day use is important in determining its specification. The style, size, layout and finish are decided at this stage of conservatory planning. How Would You Like Your Conservatory to Look? Are you after something traditional or contemporary? An easy way to look at this is to simply match conservatory to home. Period style properties are greatly complemented by traditional conservatory designs such as the Victorian and Edwardian styles. However, this isn’t to say period properties should stick to classic conservatories and vice versa. Often a contemporary design combined with a traditional home can revitalise your aesthetics. Does Your Conservatory Style Complement Your Home? You will want to choose a conservatory shape and design that complements the look of your home, and try to match the construction materials and colours in accordance with the character of your house. What colour will your conservatory be? Conservatories now come in a variety of colours, no longer are you faced with the standard option of white UPVC. Where will your conservatory face? Where your conservatory is situated will effect the overall temperature inside as well as natural light. West and South-facing conservatories will receive more sunlight – especially in the evening. However, this also means they have a tendency to overheat during the summer. A North or East-facing conservatory will need to be well insulated. Which conservatory doors, and roof do you want? Your conservatory installer will recommend which doors and roof is right for you. At Conservatory Online Prices, we thoroughly recommend you choose energy efficient conservatory roofs and doors. Roofs with self cleaning glass is also available, helping to minimise maintenance costs. Do you need planning permission? Conservatories are considered a permitted development, however, we recommend you check with your local authorities as plans are subject to change. Have you considered conservatory security? Just like the windows and doors of your house, the entrance to your conservatory must be secure. Your conservatory company will be able to offer you a choice of high security locking systems to keep your conservatory safe and secure. How energy efficient will your conservatory be? Energy efficient glazing is essential. A-rated glass will retain warmth as well as reduce condensation. Conservatory Furniture. When choosing a conservatory design, always think width not projection, as this will allow you to arrange your conservatory furniture to take full advantage of the space. Mark Out Your Space. Get some pegs and string and mark out the area where your new conservatory will be so you can judge whether you have as much space as you would like. As part of the conservatory buying guide we recommend you do not put doors in the front of the conservatory because this creates a corridor effect, which can make it difficult for you to arrange your conservatory furniture. Building Conservatories. When it comes to building a conservatory there are a number of different options available which is why we have provided you with the following tips to consider: We recommend you get at least three quotes from different conservatory companies from our network of trusted local suppliers, so you can make an informed decision. When planning a conservatory, make it as big as your budget or floor size will allow to gain the maximum potential from your new home addition. Think about what the conservatory will be used for so that you can choose a design within a budget that is most appropriate for its use. Ask your trusted local supplier to provide you with a computer aided design (CAD) in order for you to envisage the finished project. Finally, don’t forget to budget for heating, furniture, flooring, plants, and blinds when making plans for your new conservatory. Conservatory Building Regulations. Conservatories can be exempt from building regulations: • The floor area is no more than 30 square metres and the conservatory is built at ground level. • External quality walls, doors or windows separate the conservatory from the house. • The conservatory’s heating system is independent with its own temperature and on/off controls. • Glazing and any fixed electrical installations comply with building regulations requirements. Planning Permission. The right conservatory on your home can increase the value of your property, this is one of the main reasons why we have brought this conservatory buying guide to you; however it is worth noting that planning permission may be required. A conservatory is exempt from planning permission provided it meets the following criteria…. • No more than half the area of land around the “original house” would be covered by additions or other buildings. • No extension forward of the principal elevation or side elevation fronting a highway. • No extension to be higher than the highest part of the roof. • Single-storey rear conservatory must not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house* by more than three metres if an attached house or by four metres if a detached house. • Maximum height of a single-storey rear extension of four metres. • Extensions of more than one storey must not extend beyond the rear wall of the original house* by more than three metres or be within seven metres of any boundary opposite the rear wall of the house. • Maximum eaves height of an extension within two metres of the boundary of three metres. • Maximum eaves and ridge height of extension no higher than existing house. • Side extensions to be single storey with maximum height of four metres and width no more than half that of the original house. • Roof pitch of extensions higher than one storey to match existing house. • No verandas, balconies or raised platforms. • On designated land no permitted development for rear extensions of more than one storey; no cladding of the exterior; no side extensions. For example, a 3m x 3m conservatory would meet planning permission. Still Want To Buy A Conservatory? Contact us for a free conservatory quote. We can put you in touch with a fully accredited, trusted local conservatory company. Instant Online Conservatory Quotes. Start Your Quote Compare Prices and Save up to 40%
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TitleHow to Buy The Perfect Conservatory | What to Consider
Urlhttps://bennbrookwindows.co.uk/buy-perfect-conservatory/
DescriptionIf this is your first time buying a conservatory, we've put together a list of things to consider when choosing and purchasing the perfect conservatory
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BodyHow to Buy the Perfect Conservatory So, you have the perfect home, you’ve put a great deal of effort into achieving an impeccable interior and a stunningly green garden, your home is a combination between comfortable and stylish, on trend and completely you. Are you ready for a little extra space? For most, we adore and feel extremely proud of our homes, however as the years go by we may find ourselves yearning for a few extra square metres of living room. Since the cost of moving homes is ever increasing, many turn to home improvements and to buy a conservatory is one of the best ways to improve your home living area.Adding a conservatory to your home is a practical solution if you are looking for ground floor leisure space. Conservatories give you the ability to increase the living area in your property usually without having to jump through planning permission hoops. The result leaves you with a brand-new room in the home without the costs typically associated with building an extension.If this is the first time you are buying a conservatory you may be unaware of the do’s and dont’s, we’ve put together a list of things to consider when choosing and purchasing the perfect conservatory for your home.Types of Conservatories. Gone are the days when a conservatory was only of use during warm seasons, they are now designed and manufactured using materials and efficient glazing to create optimal temperatures all year round. Since the weather is no longer a factor how do you choose the right conservatory for your property? The type of conservatory you’ll need will typically depend on the intended function, placement on your property and the look and style you desire. Whether you are looking for a brick-built conservatory, a full uPVC frame or featuring bi-folding or sliding doors, we’ve listed some of the most popular types below:Lean-to Conservatory. . The lean-to conservatory is also sometimes referred to as a Mediterranean conservatory or sunroom. The design of a lean-to conservatory is simplistic and compact. The sloped roof is the signature of the lean-to conservatory allowing rain to quickly run off it. The angled roof is attached to the long wall of the home making the lean-to style suitable for properties restricted by height, including smaller terraced homes and bungalows. With the ability to fit neatly into tight corners and spaces, this clean and minimalist conservatory can work for a variety of homes.   Victorian Conservatory. The Victorian conservatory has that highly sought after classic look and feel, old meets new with the use of uPVC material combined with multi-faceted walls, ridged glass roof and the elegant finishing characteristic of the Victorian era. This type of conservatory is particularly complementary to traditional homes and, with some custom design work and modernization, a Victorian conservatory adds a wink of charm to newer properties.    Edwardian Conservatory. Much like the Victorian style, an Edwardian conservatory features traditional finishing creating a timeless look. The flat-walled, rectangular/square design allows for maximum use of space. Because of its simplicity, an Edwardian conservatory provides a true outdoor living space with clear views towards to garden, the straight forward design also lends to the conservatory being suitable for both modern and traditional homes. Due to the generous floor space provided it accommodates large dining and lounge furniture.    T-Shaped Conservatory. T-shaped conservatories compliment large homes and gardens. The central section of a T-shaped conservatory juts out, similarly to a large porch, giving you the ability to have more than one distinct room i.e. a lounge and dining area. T-shaped conservatories provide complete panoramic views of your garden and are perfect for large families.L Shaped Conservatory . L-shaped conservatories combine the Edwardian and lean-to style, creating an aesthetically impressive extension which wraps around the property with a floor plan that makes the conservatory functionally versatile. Due to its large proportions, this style of conservatory is best suited for bigger homes and it does utilise garden space well compared to some other styles of conservatories.P Shaped Conservatory . P-shaped conservatories are created by combing a lean-to conservatory with a Victorian conservatory, giving you the ability to create two spectacular living areas. P-shaped conservatories are best suited for large detached homes; many families who buy P-shaped conservatories often use the rounded part of the conservatory as a lounge area and the narrow section as space for children to play.Buying A Conservatory. Buying the right conservatory offers a host of benefits, conservatories typically increase the value of a property, add a touch of luxury to a garden and make the home a more spacious place for comfortable living. Conservatories are an investment and therefore when buying a conservatory it is important to consider the factors below:Purpose. The intended purpose of the conservatory will have an impact on its design. Conservatories are an investment, it’s important to scale up or down the design to your exact needs to avoid unnecessary overspending so that your conservatory is fit for purpose. Many people choose to buy a conservatory as a secondary lounge space in the home, for relaxation and entertaining, TV and games. Others utilize conservatories as a scenic family dining area, tucked away office space and in some cases a luxury kitchen or guest bedroom. We recommend seeking a consultation from a good conservatory supplier; they will visit your home and evaluate your property, letting you know what you’ll need to accomplish your goals.Material & Style. Before buying a conservatory online or from a supplier you should consider how you would like the conservatory to look in the context of your property, this will be determined by the materials you choose. The frame of the conservatory will have a choice of materials; many opt for uPVC conservatories due to longevity, uPVC does not rot or rust and requires little upkeep, looking new for longer. Wood and timber frames are popular amongst those with traditional and listed homes, the natural grain of wood blends effortlessly into the gardens of older properties. The material used for the roof is another key consideration, popular options include solid roofing for a seamless flow from home to extension, however glass is the choice for a fresh airy space which lets in natural light and for a lower budget, roofs can be made from polycarbonate.Sizing a Conservatory. Conservatories can be manufactured exactly to your preferred measurements. To figure out what size you will need the first thing to consider is how to balance the building with your garden space. Conservatories look spectacular when in proportion with the garden and your property, aiming too big may increase internal space, but sacrifices overall appearance. Conservatories which are too large for the garden space can often look overwhelming and bulky, getting the ratio right is something your conservatory design and installation company can help you with. Another point to take into consideration when deciding on size is an estimate of how many people will be using the room at the same time. For example, if you have a large family that will use the conservatory for dining, work out the size of your extension based on the largest group you will have at any one time. A space that is too small in this instance can make the room feel uncomfortable and cramped.Generally, you will not need planning permission for your conservatory extension except for larger structures that exceed the following:The structure covers more than half the area around the houseThe roof is higher than the highest part of the homeThe overall height exceeds four metersIf you are thinking about building a larger extension, account for the process and cost of planning permission in your schedule and budget.Conservatory Windows, Doors & More. During the process, you will need to decide on whether you would like double glazed or single glazed windows and doors. Double glazing is best and provides thermal efficiency, preventing your conservatory from overheating during summer and being too cold to use during winter. Most people now opt for double glazing to get the most use out of their investment and permanent forms of heating can be added to the room, your installer will ensure that heating complies with building regulations.The look of your conservatory will be completely in your hands, many people use the many style variants available for windows and doors as a way to make their conservatory look individual and unique. Choose between top hung or side hung windows, French, patio, bi-folding doors – so you can select styles that fit with your property.The finishing touches add the details that can that can leave your friends, family and neighbours in awe of your new dream extension.Lighting – Integrated spotlighting can give a clean and contemporary look. Wire hung lighting avoids glare by highlighting specific areas in the room. Pendant lighting adds a traditional yet stylistic feel to the room.Glass – Choose between a range of coloured and patterned glass to perfectly reflect your personality.Frames, Colours and Finishes – Modern conservatories now come in a range of colours, not just white! Choose a frame colour that matches the style and appearance of your home.Cresting and Finials – Add a touch of luxury and elegance to your roof using these decorative items.Research. The planning and research stage of any building project is always the most critical, this is where you’ll put your thoughts to pen and paper – not forgetting the big decision that is deciding the budget! You’ll likely have many ideas, it important to narrow down your must-haves, this will make the process of finding a reasonable and accurate quote for your new conservatory simpler and ensure your vision is reflected in the final product.We recommend taking time to research conservatory companies, reading reviews, checking accreditation and memberships to regulatory bodies, ensuring you seek consultation and services from reputable and trustworthy suppliers. Always look at reputable review sites such as Checkatrade to get an idea of how a company performs; choosing a company that really cares about its reputation is a great indicator as to the relationship you can expect.Importantly, don’t leave your dream home improvement to anyone who comes knocking on the door – proper consultation, a reputable installer and after sales care do matter. A good conservatory supplier will not rush you into a sale, but take the time to fully understand your ideas and vision, sharing their expertise and knowledge to show you how you create your dream conservatory project.To find solutions that best suit your needs, contact Bennbrook Windows, as one of the largest UK regional suppliers of windows, doors & conservatories, you can count on us for top quality products, speedy installation and excellent aftercare for long lasting and effective results. Call for a quote on 01279 351 900 or visit our website at https://bennbrookwindows.co.uk.Make an EnquiryEnquirySubstantial DiscountWe will give you a Substantial Discount when you request a FREE online quoteGet a free quote X We can beat any sale price and give you an online discountGet your online discount of £500 on website quotes. X We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.Ok
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How is a conservatory installed?
Benefits of a Conservatory
Conservatory Suppliers UK
UK Planning Permission & Building Regulation
What to ask your conservatory installation company?
Conservatory FAQ
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Underfloor heating
Lighting & power points
Insulation
Type of glass
Example Quotes
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How many years does a conservatory last?
Can I put a radiator in my conservatory?
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What’s the cheapest way to heat a conservatory?
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Can I knock through into my conservatory?
What is the difference between an extension and conservatory?
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Does a conservatory affect council tax?
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Additional Costs
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Type of roof glazing – what is the best type of roof for a conservatory?
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How is a conservatory installed?
Benefits of a Conservatory
Conservatory Suppliers UK
UK Planning Permission & Building Regulation
What to ask your conservatory installation company?
Conservatory FAQ
Get Local Conservatory Quotes
BodyConservatory Prices: Compare 2022 Installation Costs UK  You might have an old conservatory that’s more trouble than it’s worth. Or, you might want a room from where you can appreciate your garden. Or, you might want somewhere to relax and enjoy the warmth, when it’s wet and windy outside. The solution is to install a new conservatory.  Buying a conservatory in the UK starts at around £7500 for a 7m2 lean-to version. And, rises to £10000 for a 10m2 installation, including labour. On average, basic lean-to conservatories cost approximately £1000 per m2. Furthermore, a basic installation takes around a week or so.   It would be nice to own an expensive £15000 to £20000 hardwood conservatory with brick side walls and all the gadgets. But, you can also buy good cheap conservatories, which you’ll probably enjoy as much as an expensive one.   If you can, buy a kitchen conservatory, or an orangery. But, these are more expensive than choosing a cheap uPVC self-build conservatory from the many manufacturers who supply them. Topics Conservatory Prices List*. There are many designs and prices from which you can choose. So let’s look at a few and see what you get for your money. We’ve decided to keep it simple. So, the estimates below refer to a medium–sized uPVC conservatory. Moreover, the unit has a polycarbonate roof with fully glazed sides and is attached to the house.   We compiled the figures in the table below from a selection of online conservatory manufacturers’ resources.  Therefore, you should use them as a guideline, rather than an accurate price list. If you are interested in finding out the actual cost, contact a local conservatory installer, who can give you a quotation based on your requirements and your situation.  Type of conservatory  Dimensions  Estimated cost  Lean-to  4m x 2.5m  £7300 to £8800   Victorian  3.5m x 3.5m  £9500 to £11000  Edwardian  3.5m x 3.5m  £8000 to £9500  Gable  3.5m x 3.5m  £9500 to £11000  Orangery  3.5m x 3.5m  £14500 to £50000  P,L,U,T shape  3.5m x 3.5m  £10500 to £12000  Lantern  3m x 3m  £2000 to £4000  Bespoke  Any size  £10000 minimum  * Prices are correct as of writing (January 2021). Estimated costs shown should be used as a rough guideline, quotes will differ depending on your specific requirements and location. You might not have heard of many of these conservatory shapes. Don’t worry; we can look at those next. In the meantime, you can use the table above as a fitted conservatory cost calculator. Then, compare them with your plans to give an idea of what type of conservatory installation you can get for your money.  Wall and roof material . Typically, as with all conservatories, you have a few choices:  Frames can be uPVC, aluminium or hardwood.  Probably, uPVC is the most popular framing material. You can choose the traditional white colour. Or, there are other colours available, including different woodgrain effects.  Aluminium frames last the longest out of all the options. Typically, you can have at least 50 years of resistance to ordinary wear and tear. You can choose from a range of different colours. And, for maintenance, you only need to wipe them down twice a year.  Wooden conservatories cost more than the other two types and need the most maintenance. You should repaint them every 3 or 4 years to keep them weatherproofed.  Choose from full height glass walls or partial walls placed onto a dwarf wall.  You have a choice of polycarbonate sheet or safety glass roofing. Lightweight polycarbonate comes in large sheets. But, glass is heavy and needs extra supports and more substantial roof bars. Furthermore, glass is much more expensive of the two. For a 4m x 2.5m lean-to roof, glass costs about £500 more than polycarbonate. Whereas, for a Victorian style 4m x 4m conservatory, a glass roof costs about £1000 more.  There are different types of glass available too. But, they must all be FENSA approved safety glass to comply with the Building Regulations. Lean-to Conservatory. Usually, the lean-to design is the cheapest type of conservatory you can buy. The roof slopes between two opposite walls. Usually, with the higher end fixed to the property’s wall.   Pros  The lean-to has a straightforward rectangular shape. Therefore, you get the maximum floor space available for a very low cost.   Its simple design complements many different styles of property.  Compared to other types, the lean-to is a low–cost structure, and very cost–effective.  Cons  You can’t add centre lights or ceiling fans to the roof as there isn’t enough headroom.  Usually, its width is longer than the projection away from the house. Therefore, if you don’t have enough space (for example, between two side walls), you cannot make up the floor space by extending the projection.  Typically, the price range for a 3.5m x 3.5m uPVC framed conservatory with a glass roof costs between £9500 to £11000. Alternatively, a wood conservatory of the same size with glass roof costs between £12500 and £14500.   You can buy this as a ready made conservatory installed by professionals. However, manufacturers commonly sell this type among a range of self-build conservatories, as it’s usually straightforward to assemble as a DIY project.   Victorian Conservatory. A Victorian conservatory style dates back to the middle of the 19th century. The style puts much emphasis on panoramic views of your garden or the countryside farther afield. And, to achieve this, they often have part of the structure shaped like a bay window. The roof structure is complicated, so we don’t recommend this as a DIY project. Instead, consider buying it as a professionally fitted conservatory.   Pros  These have the classical conservatory appearance, reminiscent of period homes.  The design can use square, rectangles, hexagons and octagons to produce a unique appearance.  It has a more expensive and sophisticated ‘look’ than a lean-to design.  Cons  This style is difficult to build as a DIY conservatory.  Costs more than a lean-to.  A typical uPVC framed conservatory measuring 3.5m x 3.5m with a glass roof costs between £12000 and £13500. Alternatively, a wooden Victorian conservatory of the same size with a glass roof costs between £16000 and £18000.  Edwardian Conservatory. An Edwardian style conservatory feels larger on the inside than any other style, due to its rectangular design. Sometimes, this style is called ‘reverse-drop’ or ‘hipped-back’. But, whatever it’s called, the design is regarded as the second most popular conservatory installation in the UK. As you might imagine, the complex roof structure doesn’t lend itself to DIY construction. Instead, use a professional to install this conservatory shape.  Typically, the pros and cons are the same as a Victorian-style conservatory.  Generally, a uPVC framed conservatory measuring 3.5m x 3.5m with a glass roof, costs between £9500 and £11000. Whereas, a wood–framed conservatory of the same size, with a glass roof costs between £13000 and £15000.  Gable  A Gable-end conservatory has a roof whose projected front doesn’t slope, whereas the side pitches do. So, the projected side stays upright and forms the end of the ridge at its apex. This type looks just like a standard gable end house. The conservatory itself can be simply square or rectangular or have “wings”. It’s usual for a gable-end conservatory to be built onto a gable-ended house.  Pros  Allows the full area of the roof to be used for ceiling fans, and centre lights.  A gable gives the user the maximum possible headroom.  The gable-end echoes the shape of a gabled house.  The design captures the feel and grandeur of stately period homes.  Cons  This style only looks good against a gable-ended house.  A typical Gable-end conservatory with a polycarbonate roof, and measuring 4m x 4m costs around £13500 to £16000  Orangery . Some people aren’t sure whether an orangery is a conservatory. Typically, they have solid walls with large picture windows and a flat roof with roof lantern. Generally, they’re regarded more as a cross between a conservatory and an extension. And, substantial enough to be a permanent part of the house.  Pros  An orangery is a substantial structure, almost like an extension.  You can use this room all year round.  A large roof lantern and plenty of windows give all the light you need.  Cons  As a conservatory, it’s expensive. But as an extension complying with the building regulations and planning permission if required, the costs are very reasonable.  An orangery’s installation costs start at around £16000. But, can rise significantly higher depending on the size and specifications. For example, a typical 2m x 4m orangery with double glazing, hardwood doors, flooring, and flat roof with roof lantern, costs around £45000.  P, L, U, T shape  Conservatories . Usually, these designs combine the distinguishing features of two or three different conservatory styles. Also, they tend to be larger and more expensive than the simpler conservatory designs. If you look at a plan view of each conservatory design, you can see that each one looks like the ‘capital letter’ that lends its name. You can also see that the shapes lend themselves to specific locations on the house. For example, an ‘L’ shape follows a house’s line using an internal or external corner. These are also called wrap-around conservatories. Similarly, a ‘U’ shape might run along three walls lining a courtyard.   Pros  Able to incorporate different designs onto any shape house.  You can have a unique design to suit your home.  These shapes allow you to make the best use of the space you have available.  Cons  The designs tend to be for large conservatories. Generally, they only suit a large house.  They need a professional designer to draw up the manufacturing and assembly plans.  The complex nature of the assembly does not suit a DIY project. Only professional and experienced conservatory installers should attempt these designs.  A typical 3m x 3m uPVC ‘Shaped’ conservatory’s installation costs start from the following :  Design  Minimum installation costs  ‘P’ shape  £8500 to £11000  ‘T’ shape  £11000 to £13500  ‘L’ shape  £11000 to £13500  ‘U’ shape  £11000 to £14000  Lantern Conservatories. Roof lanterns take us back to the eras of Victorian and Edwardian conservatories. They are popular today because they are an affordable way of adding extra natural light to your home, without resorting to ‘boring’ Dorma windows. They look better when fixed onto a flat-roof extension, or a flat and solid conservatory roof. Therefore, many modern conservatory designs incorporate a solid roof. And, many manufacturers incorporate them as part of a solid roof conservatory kit.   The local Building Control Department are stringent when dealing with lanterns as part of an extension. Because, if they aren’t installed correctly, they can seriously jeopardise security, waterproofing, safety, ventilation and heat efficiency in your home. So, don’t try to install one as a DIY project. Instead, always use an experienced and professional builder or lantern installer who understands the Building Regulations.  Pros  A lantern looks good on a flat–roofed extension, or solid-roof conservatory.  Gives much–needed light into, what could otherwise be a dark and dingy room.  You can buy blinds and ventilators for a lantern.  Cons  Only an experienced builder should attempt installation.  The lantern works best only on a flat-roof.  A 3m x 3m timber-framed lantern costs around £4000 and takes around 4 days to install. Alternatively, a 1.5m x 1.5m version costs about £2500 and takes around 3 days to install.  Bespoke Conservatories. Designing your own conservatory allows you to have the conservatory of your choice. You can design it to suit your house and incorporate all the bits and pieces from other types of conservatories that you’ve always admired.  However, a bespoke conservatory doesn’t have to be out of reach of most people. If you keep the features consistent with standard designs, you can have a beautiful and unique conservatory. However, this style needs a professional designer to ensure that everything fits together. And, to design the structure, so it’s strong enough to support the loads. Similarly, you need construction drawings and a professional conservatory fitter to make your ideas look good.  Pros  You can have whatever style you want.  Design it to suit your property.  Cons  It might be expensive, depending on the features you choose.  This style isn’t suitable as a DIY project.  It needs a professional designer.  Additional Costs . There are a few extra costs you can add on to the basic price. The style and how much you want to spend determines the overall cost. So, make sure you consider the extra items before you start the project.  Foundations . Honestly, the builder should include foundations in with your quotation. Mainly because you can‘t have a conservatory without foundations. However, they will vary depending on:   The size and shape of your conservatory.  Whether you choose glass or polycarbonate roofing.  If you decide on a dwarf wall or not.  The size depends on the weight of the structure.  And, the type of ground conditions you have.  Typical conservatory foundations should be concrete strip foundations at least 150mm deep and 200mm wide. When these set, cement a course of 100mm concrete blocks on top. This lifts the conservatory walls off the ground to keep them watertight. And, to provide space for insulation, underfloor heating and floor covering.  If you already have a firm concrete patio outside your patio doors. And, choose a small lean-to conservatory with polycarbonate roof. You might not need to lay new foundations at all. But, it’s still sensible to lay at least a course of blocks for waterproofing.  However, always get professional advice before going ahead without foundations, as you might have problems with surface water ingress.  Flooring . Usually, we lay the conservatory’s sub-floor to concrete. Although this is a firm floor, it’s not pleasant for the family to walk on, and creates dust. So, you need a carpet or vinyl floor covering to improve the surface. Professionally laid carpets cost an average price of around £30/m2. And, vinyl coverings cost from £10 to £60/m2 depending on quality.   Underfloor heating . If you want your conservatory to be a room where you can relax all year round, install some heating. By far, the most economical is underfloor heating:  Dry underfloor heating systems run on electricity. It’s cheaper than the alternative type, easier to install and suitable for DIY. Although electricity is more expensive than other fuel types, underfloor heating uses far less energy than other types of heating. Dry heating systems cost between £50 to £80/m2.   Wet underfloor heating systems tap into your existing wet central heating system. It must be installed by a professional and is more expensive than a dry system. But, it’s much cheaper to run. To install a wet system costs at least £100/m2, depending on the boiler’s distance away and the amount of extra piping needed. Lighting & power points . You need electricity run to the conservatory for lights, and at least one double power socket.   Usually, additional electricity circuits to a built extension run directly from the consumer unit, rather than extending an existing ring main. And, electrical wiring runs behind walls and ceilings, hidden from view. For obvious reasons, you can’t do that in a conservatory. So, surface wire the electrical installation.  Typically, an electrician charges between £45 and £350/day. Furthermore, the total cost varies depending on the ease of installation and the consumer unit’s distance. Generally, however, to install a typical light fitting costs between £80 and £150, as does a power socket.  There are many types of lighting fixtures available, specifically for conservatories. Therefore, it’s a good idea to contact a professional electrician to get advice on conservatory lighting solutions.  Insulation . Insulation is essential if you want to use the conservatory, all year round. Usually, it’s impossible to use standard insulation materials in the walls and ceiling of a conservatory. So, use double or triple glazed units throughout. The only place you can use traditional insulating materials is under the floor. It’s good practice to install expanded polystyrene insulating slabs beneath the poured concrete floor. But, if the concrete isn’t new, the only other way is to insulate beneath the floor covering. Or, if you’re installing underfloor heating, insulate beneath that.  Alternatively, it’s a good idea to lay insulation on top of the concrete and then lay chipboard flooring on top of this.  There are many good insulating products on the market. And, it’s a good idea to ask for professional advice before buying.  Foamboard is an excellent all-round insulating product, consisting of rigid chemical foam, faced with metal foil. The price of this product ranges from £10 to £15/m2 depending on thickness.   Type of glass . You can choose many different types of glass for your conservatory walls, depending on your priorities.  Standard annealed glass . Typically, double glazed conservatories use annealed glass, as it’s cheap and difficult to break. A standard double glazed sealed unit (glass only, without frame) made from 2 layers of 6mm annealed glass costs around £80/m2.  Low E conservatory glass . This type is up to 25% more expensive than annealed glass. It has a transparent metal foil embedded in the glass that allows the sun’s UV radiation to pass through but prevents IR heat from escaping.   Self–cleaning conservatory glass . This type is up to 20% more expensive than annealed glass.   It has a titanium dioxide layer on the outside surface that absorbs water molecules from the atmosphere. Then, a chemical reaction breaks down organic molecules on the glass surface. When it rains, the water washes everything away. If it doesn’t rain, the absorbed water creates a film on the surface that loosens the deposits and washes the dirt away.  Acoustic insulation glass . This type costs up to 25% more than annealed glass.  It reduces the amount of transferred sound by up to 75%, effectively cutting off most of the external sound, and producing a haven of peace.  Toughened conservatory glass . This type is up to 25% more expensive than annealed glass. If broken, it shatters into tiny pieces. These are much safer than ordinary glass that breaks into long, sharp and jagged pieces.  Laminated conservatory glass . This type costs up to 40% more than annealed glass.  Your car windscreen consists of laminated glass. It has a plastic layer laminated between two glass layers. When this breaks, the plastic film holds the glass pieces in place, protecting people from the glass shards.  Example Quotes . As you would expect, it’s not easy to quote a price to install a conservatory with varying specifications. They might also have different quality heating, lighting, and flooring accessories. The best way to get a quotation tailored to your circumstances is from a local conservatory installer. However, the following information shows the various installations of different sized conservatory prices, fitted with low, medium and high-quality accessories.  Low-end uPVC conservatories cost from £5000 to £11000.  Medium quality hardwood or large uPVC conservatories cost between £11000 and £16000.  High-end hardwood orangeries cost from £20000 to £40000.  Conservatory Cost Factors . Many factors affect the type of conservatory you end up with. Let’s look at each one and see how they vary.  Space / Size / Area . The area and height of the conservatory affect the overall cost. Often, the choice of style, such as Victorian or Edwardian vs lean-to, determines the height. Therefore, this is often out of your control.  Condition of the ground . Does the installation company have to do additional work before installing the conservatory? For example:  Many customers intend removing a window or enlarging a door opening to provide access to the conservatory from the house. This operation needs minor demolition, installation of a lintel, and tidying up brickwork and internal plaster.  Does an existing conservatory need to be removed, along with existing concrete floor? If so, you need a waste skip as well.  Perhaps, the ground needs levelling, and vegetation removed before digging the foundations.  What type of ground geology do you have in the back garden? This isn’t very important for a typical lightweight conservatory, as the foundations don’t need to be deep. But, a large hardwood or orangery might need robust and deep foundations. You also need a waste skip to remove the soil. Before starting, always consult a professional about the foundations.  Type of roof glazing – what is the best type of roof for a conservatory? . As we mentioned previously, you can either have a double glazed glass roof or a triple walled polycarbonate roof. Choose the best one depending on a few factors which we’ll consider here:  Glass . Pros  Better security. It’s harder to break glass than polycarbonate.  Glazing units better insulate compared to polycarbonate.  Glass gives a feeling of permanence and sophistication.  Double glazing uses sealed units.  Cons  More expensive than polycarbonate.  Much heavier than polycarbonate so difficult to install unless used as smaller panels. Therefore, glass units need more substantial roof timbers.  Expensive to replace if an accident happens.  Broken glass can be dangerous.  Polycarbonate . Pros  Cheap to buy and install.  Easy to install.  Polycarbonate is lightweight, so can use large panels.  Not dangerous if the panels get broken.  Cons  Noisy in extreme weather (rain, hail, high winds).  Not very secure.  Double and triple–walled versions not sealed so are prone to condensation, and insects.  Easily scratched surface.  Might look cheap.  So, the best type of roof depends on your priorities and budget. But, if money is no object, choose glass.   Type of frame material . The three types of available frame material govern the price of the conservatory. uPVC is the least expensive, followed by aluminium, with hardwood being the most expensive frame. Each material has advantages and disadvantages which you must consider, based on your preferences and budget. You can find the details of the three materials elsewhere in this article.  Dwarf Wall . A dwarf wall is a small wall from ground level up to the conservatory frames. You can have as many or as few dwarf walls as you prefer. Or, you can have none, it’s up to you.  Let’s have a look at the reasons why you might want one.  Using the same type of block or brick as the house ensures the conservatory blends in and complements your home. Otherwise, the conservatory could look like it’s a ‘standalone afterthought’.   Bricks are much cheaper than double glazed windows. So, using a dwarf wall reduces the costs considerably.  It doesn’t matter how clean you keep the ground around your conservatory. When it rains, you always have mud splashes. The dirt shows up far more on glass if the conservatory panels reach the ground. So using a dwarf wall keeps your conservatory looking much cleaner.    Blinds . We all know that conservatories are there to give us a sunny room to use for most of the year. But, just like any other window in the house, there are times when we want to reduce the sun’s glare, prevent heat loss at night, and give us some privacy. That’s why companies produce blinds designed explicitly for conservatory walls and roofs. So, you can have blinds for a full length or a partial glass wall, as well as any size roof.  Ventilation . Ventilation is a must-have when you sit in a full glass conservatory. Most structures incorporate a pair of French doors or sliding patio doors, which you can open in hot weather. Also, you have opening windows dotted around the walls. But, this doesn’t prevent heat building up in the roof space. Therefore, most large conservatories incorporate opening skylights within the roof to get rid of hot air. Another good idea is to have a ceiling fan suspended from a cross beam in the roof space. Fans keep the air moving in what would otherwise be a stifling room. So, when you choose a conservatory, make sure the manufacturer knows how many opening sash windows you need, and whereabouts you want them. Remember that opening sashes cost more than fixed ones. But, they are worth every penny on a stiflingly hot day.   How is a conservatory installed? . You can buy self-built conservatory kits if you feel like having a go and are handy at DIY. Alternatively, ask your local builder to construct it.   However, these two methods of building a conservatory, although cheaper, are often not the best way to do it. Most conservatory manufacturers have specially trained teams to install their product. And the cost is incorporated into the purchase price. These guys know exactly how the kits go together, and you have a warranty on their standard of work. So, consider this scenario before dismissing it as too expensive.   Whichever option you choose, it’s a good idea to know the sequence of installation. Remember that the instructions for each manufacturer and model are unique to your installation. So, we can only give an overview of the general sequence, rather than individual steps.  Base . Builders clear the ground and dig the foundation trenches to the required depth.  Then, pour concrete to at least 150mm deep by 200mm wide. Allow the concrete to cure before laying a few brick courses up to damp-proof course level.  Floor . Excavate the ground within the area bounded by the bricks. Depending on the ground conditions, lay hardcore and blinding sand as a base for the concrete floor. Then, lay a damp-proof membrane over the entire area before placing expanded polystyrene insulation board on top. After this, place steel reinforcing mesh over the entire area. Finally, pour the concrete to a depth of about 100mm. Leave the floor and foundations to cure for at least a couple of days.  Walls . Place a damp-proof membrane on the top course of brick, followed by a levelled timber wall plate. Then start erecting the wall frames, ensuring they are vertical and level. Connect each frame using the method approved by the manufacturer.   Lead flashing . At this time, you should also prepare the lead flashing to protect the roof from water ingress. This method involves cutting a groove in the brickwork at the correct height. Then, fitting the lead flashing into the groove and sealing with silicone sealant.  Insert glazing units . Install the double glazed units into the frames, taking care not to chip the edges and corners.  Roof . Depending on the type of conservatory you have, assemble the roof supports and fix in place. Mould the lead flashing to the roof’s contours but wait until the glazing units are in place before sealing the lead. Then, insert the glazing units.  Extras . After the conservatory units have been fitted and sealed as per the manufacturer’s instructions, it’s time to install the extras as needed. This could consist of electricity supply, floor covering, underfloor heating, and blinds.  The job’s total time for a small to medium–sized conservatory can be up to 3 to 4 weeks. For a larger conservatory, this might take up to 6 weeks.    Benefits of a Conservatory . There are many benefits that a conservatory gives you, depending on the size and style of your structure.  Conservatories can provide an extra living room all year round. As long as they have heating and lighting, you can use them throughout the winter and the summer.  If you don’t feel you can cope with the upheaval and legal tightropes you have to put up with when building an extension, choose a conservatory instead. Generally, you don’t need planning permission, you’re exempt from Building Regulations, and they can work out a lot cheaper too.  A conservatory always adds value to your property and makes it easier to sell. It’s one of the few home improvements that won’t take long to do, yet can put thousands on its value.  There are many different conservatory styles to choose from, so there will be at least one that matches your house and suits your budget.  Conservatory Suppliers UK . There are quite a few conservatory companies in the UK. We’ve put together a list below of some of the top companies.  Everest . The company started trading in 1965, supplying aluminium secondary glazing. And the rest is history. Nowadays, Everest design, manufacture, and fit conservatories, double glazed window and doors. They make them from uPVC, timber, aluminium and composite. Their other products include guttering and fascias, garage doors, driveways, artificial grass and security systems. Sounds like everything you need for home improvement, doesn’t it? They are the only major national home improvement company that offers lifetime guarantees on all their products.    Anglian . Anglian have been trading for over 50 years, but not just with conservatories. They also sell double and triple glazed windows and doors, guttering, and porches. All their products are made in the UK and comply with all the industry standards. They design and manufacture conservatories. And, have teams of highly trained installation engineers to build the structures at your home, wherever you live in the UK. So it’s a one–stop–shop.   Clearview  Based in the North of England, Clearview Home Improvements, have three showrooms in Nantwich, Preston and Warrington. They concentrate their sales throughout Cheshire and Lancashire and are almost unknown in the remainder of the country. They manufacture and sell most home improvement products such as:  Conservatories.  Orangeries  Extensions.  Porches.  Solid roofs.  Double glazed windows and doors.   Langleys . Langley’s Conservatories and Windows Ltd are based in Suffolk and supply and install their products to East Anglia and surrounding counties. They have been trading since 1987 and specialise in double glazed windows and doors, conservatories, porches and extensions. Even though they are a relatively small company, Langley technicians install all their products.     Leekes . Leekes have been trading in Wales, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire, Bristol and surrounding areas for more than 120 years. These days they supply windows, doors, conservatories, orangeries, home extensions, conservatory roofs. They also supply conservatory accessories such as blinds, awnings, and insect screens.  SEH BAC . SEH BAC has been trading for over 50 years in Southeast England. They specialise in uPVC, wooden and aluminium windows; uPVC, composite, wooden and aluminium doors; uPVC and aluminium conservatories with tiled, glass and lantern roofs; and uPVC fascia, soffits and guttering.  UK Planning Permission & Building Regulation . Suppose you want to add a conservatory to your property. In that case, you don’t usually need to apply for planning permission, as it comes under the category of ‘permitted development rights’ which apply to all extensions. However, to take advantage of this category, you must comply with various conditions.  For all conservatories:  They must cover no more than half the remaining land around the original house.  The conservatory’s eaves or roof must not be higher than the existing house’s eaves and roof.  If the conservatory is within 2m of the boundary, it cannot be more than 3m at the eaves.  You cannot build a conservatory on the front elevation or any elevation that fronts a public road.  Get advice if you live in a listed building or a conservation area.  There are other requirements, so contact your local planning department for further advice.  Building Regulations also apply to the conservatory. However, yours might be exempt if:  Its less than 30m2.  External walls, windows and doors separate the conservatory from the remainder of the house.  It has an independent heating system.  Glazing complies with the Building Regulations.  Fixed electrical installations comply with the appropriate regulations.  For more information, look on this website and contact your local Building Control Department.  What to ask your conservatory installation company? . Remember, the conservatory installation company is the expert, so don’t be afraid to ask for advice on the most appropriate style to choose for your circumstances.  Use these top 5 tips when speaking with the conservatory installation company:  How long does the installation take? The installation time depends on the design’s complexity, but shouldn’t take more than a week unless there are many extras. However, the design and manufacturing time can take many weeks. Be aware of this before you sign the contract.  Do I need planning permission and building regulations? The installation company knows the answer to this depending on the conservatory’s design. So, they should be able to tell you this straight away. Then, you have a chance to apply for permission if necessary. The Building Regulations specify that all glass must be FENSA certified, as must the installation company. This means that the glass’s specifications and installation procedures comply with the regulations.  What’s the best material for a conservatory? Aluminium, uPVC and wood all have pros and cons, and you should know them before choosing.  How much experience have you with making and installing conservatories? Every conservatory is different and must be designed and manufactured for your specific circumstances. Also, the installation team must know how to put the pieces together in the shortest possible time.  How much will the conservatory cost? The company must tell you the full price (including VAT) before you sign the contract. Also, what are the payment terms? Do you have to pay a deposit and stage payments? Or, do you pay before or after installation? Most conservatory companies also offer finance terms to help make paying a lot easier.  Conservatory FAQ . How many years does a conservatory last? . Nowadays, a standard uPVC conservatory lasts around 25 years with proper maintenance. However, an aluminium conservatory can be much longer.  Can I put a radiator in my conservatory? . You can put a radiator into a conservatory. But, if you do, the structure must comply with the Building Regulations if the radiator is an extension of your existing heating system. However, the conservatory is exempt if you use a separately controlled heating system. If in doubt, contact the Building Control department for advice.  Do conservatories need foundations? . Yes. Like all extensions, conservatories must have adequate foundations to transmit the structure‘s weight to the ground. If you don’t, the conservatory’s structural integrity is compromised.  What’s the cheapest way to heat a conservatory? . If you intend using the conservatory all the time in the winter, then use underfloor heating. Although they take a long time to warm the entire volume, the running costs are very low.  Alternatively, if you need to warm the conservatory up now and again for a few hours at a time, consider using a low wattage, electric, oil–filled, portable radiator. They cost between £15 and £25 to buy and are very cheap to run.  Do you need a door between conservatory and house? . Suppose you want the conservatory to stay exempt from Building Regulations. In that case, you must have an exterior quality door separating the conservatory from the house.  Can I knock through into my conservatory? . You can. But, if you knock through and don’t use an exterior quality door to separate the conservatory from the house, your structure must comply with all the Building Regulations.   What is the difference between an extension and conservatory? . Legally, a conservatory is uninhabitable for part of the year. So, it’s exempt from the Building Regulations, when separated from the house by external grade walls, doors and windows. On the other hand, an extension is open to the rest of the house and is habitable throughout the year. Therefore, it must comply with the Building Regulations.  Can a conservatory have solid walls? . Yes. Your conservatory can have some full height brick or block walls. However, it must have at least one glass wall. So, this means you could build your conservatory against your house (1 brick wall). And have a brick wall on one or two of the other sides.  Does a conservatory affect council tax? . At present, the law states that a conservatory doesn’t affect your council tax valuation band until you sell the property. At that time, the purchaser has a new valuation band based on any additions made by the previous occupant.  Get Local Conservatory Quotes . Many people want a conservatory built onto their property so they can enjoy the garden during all weathers. Surprisingly, the cost of a conservatory doesn’t have to be expensive, and there are many low–cost types from which you can choose.   So, complete the form on this page, and you will receive 3 or 4 quotes from conservatory installation companies local to you. 
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H1How Much Does a Conservatory Cost?
H2Average Cost of a Conservatory by Style
Lean-to Conservatory Prices
Gable Conservatory Prices
Victorian Conservatory Prices
Georgian Conservatory Prices
T, L or P-shaped Conservatory Prices
Orangery Prices
Do You Need a Dwarf Wall?
Cost of Conservatory Frame Materials
Types of Conservatory Glazing
Cost of Conservatory Roof Materials
Cost of Conservatory Flooring
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H2WithAnchorsAverage Cost of a Conservatory by Style
Lean-to Conservatory Prices
Gable Conservatory Prices
Victorian Conservatory Prices
Georgian Conservatory Prices
T, L or P-shaped Conservatory Prices
Orangery Prices
Do You Need a Dwarf Wall?
Cost of Conservatory Frame Materials
Types of Conservatory Glazing
Cost of Conservatory Roof Materials
Cost of Conservatory Flooring
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BodyHow Much Does a Conservatory Cost? There are plenty of reasons to consider adding a conservatory to your home. Perhaps it's simply to extend your living space, to be able to enjoy your garden from the comfort of the indoors or to brighten your home with the natural light they provide. Whatever the reason you're thinking of buying a conservatory, you'll very quickly come to big question: How much does a conservatory cost?   Get Free Conservatory Quotes Now:        Get quotes and compare prices.   The best way to get accurate prices for a new conservatory is to compare multiple quotes from reputable installers in your area. You can do now by sending us a quick enquiry via our simple form and we'll be in touch with up to 3 free, no-obligation quotes for you to consider. Alternatively, read on to find out the average cost of a conservatory based on our industry research to give you an idea of the costs you're likely to be looking at. Note: The following tables show potential costs for a uPVC conservatory with a glass roof. Using clear polycarbonate for roofing as an alternative to glass often reduces costs by £1,000 – £1,500. Choosing a frame made from aluminium or wood will also increase the cost of your conservatory. Average Cost of a Conservatory by Style. In very broad terms, the average mid-range conservatory costs between £12,000 – £15,000. However, there's a lot more to it than that, as they can cost as little as £5,000 or as much as £20,000 – £30,000. The cost of your new conservatory will largely depend on the size and type of conservatory that you want, as well as: The type of roof The type of glazing The frame material Any groundwork or extra labour required. Lean-to Conservatory Prices. Lean-to conservatories are very popular because they are often more affordable for homeowners wishing to keep costs to a minimum. These conservatories have a roof which leans down into 3 walls of the conservatory. This conservatory is simple in structure which means installation is both quicker and less costly. Lean-to conservatories can be added to any style of property (even smaller terraced homes) or as part of an extension. Size of Lean-to Conservatory Average Price with Dwarf Wall Average Price Fully Glazed 3.5 x 2m £7,500 – £8,500 £6,500 – £7,500 3.5 x 2.5m £8,500 – £10,000 £7,500 – £9,000 4 x 2m £8,000 – £9,500 £7,000 – £8,500 4 x 2.5m £9,500 – £10,500 £8,500 – £9,500 Gable Conservatory Prices. A Gable conservatory offers a grand, elegant and sophisticated look which incorporates a particularly large roof so a dwarf wall is usually required to support its weight. For this reason it's most commonly installed on high roofed properties. The Gable's high ceilings are perfect for maximising the feeling of open space and for letting as much light as possible into the space. Size of Gable Conservatory Average Price 3.5 x 3.5m £12,500 – £14,000 3.5 x 4m £13,500 – £15,000 4 x 4m £14,500 – £16,000 Victorian Conservatory Prices. A Victorian conservatory, as you might expect, is styled like structures of the 19th century with decorative finishes and a steep roof. For this reason it is a great choice for more traditional homes but it can be an attractive addition to any style of property. Usually a Victorian conservatory features a bay front with 3-5 windows. Size of Victorian Conservatory Average Price with Dwarf Wall Average Price Fully Glazed 3.5 x 3.5m £12,000 – £13,500 £10,500 – £11,500 3.5 x 4m £13,000 – £14,500 £11,000 – £12,500 4 x 4m £13,500 – £15,000 £12,000 – £13,500 Georgian Conservatory Prices. For simplicity and practicality a Georgian conservatory is a great choice. It is square or rectangular in design which maximises the amount of usable floorspace you have. You could turn it into a dining room, a sitting room or even a playroom. Size of Georgian Conservatory Average Price with Dwarf Wall Average Price Fully Glazed 3.5 x 3.5m £9,500 – £11,000 £8,500 – £9,500 3.5 x 4m £12,000 – £13,500 £10,500 – £11,500 4 x 4m £14,000 – £16,000 £12,500 – £14,000 T, L or P-shaped Conservatory Prices. If you're looking for a multipurpose conservatory then a T, L or P shaped design is perfect. It can be a seating area at one end and then a dining area at the other, even wrapping around a corner of your home. Size of P-shaped Conservatory Average Price 3.5 x 3.5m £13,000 – £15,000 3.5 x 4m £14,000 – £16,000 4 x 4m £15,000 – £17,000 Orangery Prices. Originally used to grow citrus fruits, orangeries have grown considerably in popularity in recent years as an alternative to conservatories. Rather than glass panes as walls like a conservatory, an orangery has solid walls like a normal extension, but with a glass lantern in the centre of the roof. It's essentially a combination of a sun-room in the summer and an extension which retains more warmth during the winter. An orangery is the hardest cost to estimate as prices can range from £20,000 up to as much as £80,000, but the following table gives some general pricing guidelines for an orangery projecting 3m from your existing home. Width of Orangery Approximate Price Range 4m £24,000 – £26,000 5m £29,000 – £32,000 5.5m £33,000 – £36,000 6m £37,000 – £41,000 6.5m £39,000 – £43,000 7m £42,000 – £47,000 8m £48,000 – £53,000 Get Free Orangeries Quotes Now:        Get quotes for your new orangery now Do You Need a Dwarf Wall? . You will need to choose whether you want the walls of your conservatory to be entirely glazed from top to bottom or if you want to include a dwarf wall at the bottom. A dwarf wall is a brick wall about a metre high which provides a stronger base for the conservatory's frame. A dwarf wall will increase the cost of the conservatory but is a very popular option as it can improve the frame's strength (particularly important if you're using a heavy roof material) as well security and insulation. Cost of Conservatory Frame Materials. The frame is the structure which sits on the ground or dwarf wall, holds the glass panes in place and supports the roof. In most cases your conservatory's frame will be constructed in either uPVC, aluminium or wood and this will have a direct impact on the cost of your conservatory. For example, a 3.5 x 3.5m lean-to conservatory in uPVC could cost between £8,500 – £11,00 on average, while the wooden equivalent could be as much as £12,000 – £14,000. uPVC Conservatories A uPVC conservatory is the cheapest option and is also the easiest of the 3 materials to maintain. Although in the past uPVC has had a reputation for fading and warping there has been a lot of improvement in the manufacturing process and good quality uPVC offers great durability. Aluminium Conservatories If longevity and strength are priorities for you the aluminium may be a good investment. Slightly more costly than uPVC but longer lasting and weatherproofed. Aluminium (and uPVC) can be produced in a range of colours to suit your home. Wooden Conservatories A wooden frame offers arguably the most attractive finish and is often the preferred choice for traditional properties. The issue with wooden frames is that the cost is often higher and they require maintenance every few years to keep them in good condition and protect them from the elements. Types of Conservatory Glazing. The sides of your conservatory will be made up of double or triple-glazed glass panes. These are 2 or 3 panes of standard (annealed) glass with argon gas between each pane to improve insulation. However, you may also want to ask your installer about the following options which will add around 20-40% to the cost of your double-glazing. Low E Conservatory Glass This glass has been coated in a thin layer of metal designed to keep your conservatory cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter. Self-cleaning Conservatory Glass This glass is coated in titanium dioxide which means it lets slightly less light into the space (although this is rarely noticeable) but will reduce how often you need to clean your windows. When UV rays from the sun and water in the atmosphere combine on the glass they react and breakdown dirt which has gathered on the window. Noise Reducing Conservatory Glass For homes in busy areas noise control or noise reduction glass could be a lifesaver as it could reduce the amount of noise pollution entering your conservatory significantly. Toughened Conservatory Glass Toughened or tempered glass might be a good option if you're concerned about security as it's incredibly strong. In addition, it has a safety feature as it's been specially treated to ensure that if broken it shatters into small pieces rather than into large shards. You could also use laminated glass which has been covered by plastic on both sides which keeps broken glass in place. Decorative Conservatory Glass It's also possible to use coloured, stained or etched glass in your conservatory glazing to make it unique to your home and tastes.   Get Free Conservatory Quotes Now:        Get quotes and compare prices.   Cost of Conservatory Roof Materials. The material for your conservatory roof needs to be compatible with your choice of frame and dwarf wall (if you need / want one), i.e. it can't be too heavy. In addition, the material used will also affect how much light enters the space as well as both heat and noise insulation properties. Glazed Conservatory Roof The main benefits of using glass panes in your roof are that it lets maximum sunlight through and it also has great insulation properties against both heat loss and noise. The most popular choice is double-glazing but a potential drawback is that double or triple glazed roofs can make conservatories too hot in the summer because they're such good insulators. Also, heavy rain on the glass roof can be very loud. However, as with the sides / windows in your conservatory, you can choose to use a treated type of glazing to help with temperature control and noise reduction. Polycarbonate Conservatory Roof Polycarbonate sheets are visually very similar to glass but are a much cheaper alternative. They are also quicker and simpler to install as they're more lightweight. However, polycarbonate will not provide the same insulation so you may find the conservatory too cold to use in winter. Tiled Conservatory Roof Although a tiled roof is usually more costly and will take longer to install it often acts as a better insulator of heat and against noise. You will lose sunlight with a tiled roof but skylights or rooflights are an option to counteract this. Cost of Conservatory Flooring. Another factor to consider when costing your new conservatory is the flooring. Here are a few options to think about, from the cheapest to the most expensive, with some of their main pros and cons. Carpeted Floor You may choose to carpet your conservatory which is definitely the cheapest option, and it could give the space a cosier feel. Like any carpets in your home it requires the usual vacuuming and occasional cleaning, but beware that carpet exposed to sunlight tends to lose its colour. Laminate Floor If you want the look of wooden flooring without the high price tag, you may want to look at a laminate floor. It can be very convincing in terms of giving that real wood look, but it can be easily damaged and can warp over time. Tiled Floor Tiled conservatory floors are very popular as they are so versatile in terms of colours, finishes, patterns and shapes. Tiles are also easy to keep clean so are a great option for low maintenance. Some homeowners find that tiles are cold to walk on during winter; if this is a concern for you, then underfloor heating could be a solution. Wooden Floor A wooden floor is definitely a great way to add that luxurious finish to your conservatory, but it is pricier than other flooring types. In addition, as the temperature in your conservatory increases and decreases the wood may expand and contract which can lead to issues. How Much Does Conservatory Installation Cost? In addition to the cost of all the materials for your conservatory you'll also need to factor in the cost of the installation. Labour costs will vary depending on how much ground preparation work is needed and whether you're incorporating any extras such as underfloor heating. You'll also find that different companies will provide different quotes so it really pays to shop around and compare before settling on a price. The best way to save money on the cost of your new conservatory is to get quotes from at least 2 or 3 different suppliers. You can then see where you're getting the best value for your money and take a look at previous customer recommendations to make sure you're choosing a reputable and professional company. Send us a quick enquiry via our form and we'll find you up to 3 free quotes from window installers in your area to compare. 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TitleHow much should I expect to pay for...Conservatories? | Lifestyle Windows
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DescriptionWe’ve broken down some typical prices for conservatory frames, roofs, and installation to help guide your decisions
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BodyHow much should I expect to pay for…Conservatories? A conservatory is an extremely popular and cost-effective way for homeowners to extend their homes; in 2013 18% of homes in the UK had a conservatory, which is around 4 million conservatories! We can only assume this percentage has risen since, as the demand for home improvements has soared as a result of the pandemic. Yet, conservatories can have a reputation of being too hot or too cold, depending on the time of year. This may be true for older, worn conservatories, but thanks to innovative construction materials, no longer are conservatories uncomfortable, unusable, or impractical. Modern materials and building standards mean conservatories can be used all year round and are as comfy and cosy as the rest of the house. Before you get started on adding a new conservatory or refurbishing your old one, you’ll want to know how much this kind of home improvement could cost, so we’ve broken down some typical prices for frames, roofs, and installation to help guide your decisions. The stages of a conservatory project.   1. Planning costs.  Most conservatories are subject to permitted development rights, which means planning permission will not be required, as long as the conservatory meets certain requirements. However, if you live in a conservation area, have a listed property, or your improvement plans include a partially large conservatory that is close to your property boundaries, then you may need to apply for planning permission. A planning application costs including architects working drawings circa £475 in England. If you have any concerns, then we are more than happy to talk you through the process before going ahead.  . 2. Cost of materials.  Two significant factors to consider are the size of the conservatory and the material, as they will have the biggest impact on the price. With 3 durable materials to choose from, we have defined a rough guide below, so you can pick the best material based on your budget.   uPVC conservatory costs The most common and cost-effective conservatory material option is uPVC. Modern uPVC is extremely durable, weather-resistant, and comes in a variety of RAL colours. A small, classic conservatory in a rectangular form can cost around £15K to £16K. For larger, more complicated designs, such as L shape, can cost £25K-£40K.              Aluminium conservatory costs Another quality conservatory material option is aluminium. Long-lasting, with incredible thermal properties, aluminium conservatories can cost £20K to £40K, depending on the size and style. Available in modern and traditional colours, aluminium conservatories are extremely versatile when it comes to bespoke finishes.               Timber conservatory costs Another popular conservatory material choice, timber is usually the most luxurious choice. Typically, we would anticipate that any timber-framed conservatory would cost around a third more than the same design using uPVC, totalling between £30K to £50K, again, depending on size.               3. Cost of Conservatory Roof.  Whether you are looking for a conservatory roof replacement or designing a conservatory from scratch, we have 3 stylish roof options:   Tiled roof costs A tiled conservatory roof can transform the appearance of your conservaotry, it will imitate more of a brick extension, rather than a traditional glazed structure. However, solid conservatory roofs will usually cost more. The average price is between £12K to £14K depending on the size of the roof and any additional features, such as an opening glazed skylight or integrated spotlights.               Solid roof costs  Incredibly strong, and the lightest solid roof available on the market, the LivinROOF can be built in virtually any shape or size. With a selection of integrated lighting choices and the option of a roof lantern, the average price of a solid roof is between £12K to £14K. Again, subject to optional extras and size.             Glass roof costs  A glass roof is perfect for homeowners that want the look of a classic conservatory. Our gorgeous glass roofs offer all the 21st-century benefits you need to ensure your conservatory is a space you can use all year round. The most cost-effective option, the typical price of a glass roof ranges from £6K-£9K, depending on the glazing used, e.g. double glazed, low-E glass, self-cleaning.             4. Installation costs. New conservatory  There are elements of the installation that can have a considerable influence on the pricing too. For instance, does the ground require any work? Is there a patio that will need to be removed? Another important factor is whether your conservatory will have a dwarf wall or not. A dwarf wall is a small wall that acts as a solid base for the glazing panels to rest on. Usually made from brick, this will have an impact on the time it takes to install the conservatory and the cost to build. A full conservatory installation can cost between £15K-£30K. Conservatory replacement Replacing parts of your conservatory that are aged is cheaper than building an entirely new conservatory from scratch. The structure is already in place, the ground is less likely to need any work and the installation time will be a lot quicker. The price will typically depend on what you are upgrading, whether that is the frames, glazing, or roof. However, the average installation price for a conservatory refurbishment can vary from £12K-£20K.   How much does a conservatory cost? As you can see, there are numerous factors to consider when budgeting for a conservatory, so there is no singular price, and each quote is bespoke to the individual. However, we hope this information has given you a basic understanding of the essential factors that will affect modern conservatory prices. For more information about our conservatories, take a look at our buying guide or contact us for a no-obligation quote.   Share this post: Next Post Previous Post Our customers' feedback is important to us! We are proud to have received over 1000 customer reviews on independent platforms. 5/5 I recommend Lifestyle because they offer a complete package from no-pressure initial visit, valuable recommendations of products, flexible quotations and adaptable timetabling to an excellent onsite experience 5/5 Lifestyle remodelled our old conservatory Lifestyle did a great job in, at times, very challenging weather conditions. All the tradesmen were first class, were always very obliging with no fuss at any time. 5/5 We would like to thank Chris and his team for their professionalism before and during the job I would have no hesitation in recommending Lifestyle Windows and Conservatories to anyone looking for home improvements. 5/5 Fabulous, professional service Fabulous service from start to finish. I highly recommend Life Style, for their quality products and professional and helpful staff. 10/10 Replacement UPVC window Quick and efficient, polite and friendly, good product. 5/5 Brilliant local company, very professional Highly recommended. 5/5 Lifestyle Windows Ilkeston …the finished job was amazing even better than I expected I am over the moon.. I definitely made the right choice employing lifestyle too do the work. 5/5 We ordered French doors with side windows and another window to match from the residence 7 range …we like the company and we like the product, we won’t hesitate to use Lifestyle windows again. 10/10 Installation of window and door all double glazed units Fitters worked very hard. Friendly and courteous, clean and tidy. Great team in the office. Recommended to anyone. 10/10 Replacement of old existing conservatory with new and recoating unview old base Professional and carried out to a very good standard working in difficult and restricted access conditions. 5/5 Lifestyle windows, Lifestyle windows is a must I would always recommend lifestyle windows to every one, very friendly, hassle free, reliable, trustworthy and do an amazing job. 5/5 Absolutely love Lifestyle Had a conservatory a few years back, and now just had our windows fitted and they are and look amazing! Always good advice given by Chris, and a brill work force. wouldn’t use any other company, definitely highly recommended! 5/5 A friend suggested we try Lifestyle What a difference, friendly helpful staff, not pushy at all, who looked after us. The price and product quality were just what we were looking for. 5/5 We chose Lifestyle to have our 15 year old conservatory replaced with a Livinroof From start to finish we were very impressed with the professionalism of Chris and all his team from the fitters, plasterer and office staff. 10/10 Replaced 8 windows, French doors and main door composited Excellent service and workmanship. Very well made product. Professional and friendly company. No pressure salesmanship. 5/5 Very impressed by this company The price was very reasonable, and the quality of their products was very impressive… During the actual fitting period, they were very diligent, and the workmanship was superb. Would definitely recommend them. 5/5 Fantastic job well done Very good overall experience. Fitters worked very hard and were friendly. They left my place clean and tidy would recommend to anyone. 10/10 1 patio door and 2 std doors fitted No fuss, no mess good price, good quality products and workmanship. A pleasure doing business with them. 5/5 Looking to make our conservatory usable in the winter and not like a greenhouse in the summer …process was managed very professionally by Chris and every single trades person were polite, tidy and did a first rate job. 5/5 Could not fault them 3 doors all fitted the same say. No fuss, no mess, good price. Good quality product and workmanship and excellent customer service. A pleasure doing business with them. 5/5 Super service Efficient, polite and professional. Good quality product. View more reviews. Visit our Ilkeston show-site to see windows, doors & conservatories on display in PVCu, aluminium & timber. We're a trusted local double glazing company in the East Midlands! Based centrally in Ilkeston, we serve across vast swathes of Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire. Show-site & head office. The Old Forge,West Street,IlkestonDE7 5JW Opening Times. 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TitleHow to Choose & Plan A Conservatory: A Complete Buying Guide - Home Improvement Costs
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DescriptionIn this guide we talk about how to plan and choose your conservatory, including choosing the right conservatory, materials, glass, planning and more
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BodyHow to Choose & Plan A Conservatory: A Complete Buying Guide Conservatories can offer to add a luxurious pocket of space to your home at less than the cost of moving to a new home, however whilst they can be stunning and elaborate structures which can enhance the look and feel of your home, they can also swallow up money and not reach their full potentially if planned incorrectly. It’s important to fully understand the complete design and technical aspects of a conservatory so that you are fully informed and full involved in the build process from design to completion. Our conservatory planning and buying guide will offer you an overview of everything you’ll need to know when it comes to planning the conservatory of your dreams. How much a conservatory costs is covered in much more detail in our upvc conservatory cost guide. Conservatory Design. What to Look for in a Conservatory. As you begin planning your conservatory, keep these tips in mind. You’ll get the most use and value from a conservatory that: You can use year round Suits your purposes for how you want to use the space Doesn’t look out of place with the style of your home Fits neighbourhood standards for size, material and style Meets your budget Comes with lengthy guarantees Is easy to look after Conservatory Materials. These are the three most common materials for conservatories along with their pros and cons. uPVC . This is the most affordable option, and it offers excellent durability. It is also the most common material for new conservatories, so you have a large range of styles to consider. Bespoke uPVC conservatories are also available. The material isn’t subject to corrosion or rot, so is long-lasting. It is easy to maintain, perhaps occasionally requiring a light wash. Potential problems include discolouration of cheap uPVC. Be sure any uPVC conservatory you consider has a lengthy guarantee against discolouration. Aluminum. This sturdy material offers low-maintenance durability. It won’t corrode. There are many coating colours from which to choose. Standard and bespoke aluminum conservatories are available. Aluminum costs more than uPVC but less than timber. Timber. This option delivers elegant charm and warmth to any home. It can be painted or stained to match existing colours, and provides the greatest range of shades. Timber conservatories are bespoke and cost the most – sometimes twice as costly as uPVC conservatories of similar size and style. Conservatory Styles. These types are covered in detail in our Orangery and Conservatory Cost Guide, but here’s a summary. Shaped Conservatory Bespoke Conservatory Victorian / Edwardian Conservatory Lean to Conservatory   Lean-to: The most affordable conservatories have three walls and a low-slope roof usually of polycarbonate. These are also called loggias and cost £5,500 to £10,000. Edwardian, Victorian, Georgia/Gable: All major manufacturer makes several of these styles in a range of sizes. Prices for uPVC conservatories in these common styles are £8,500 to £15,000. L, P, T and B: These straightforward designs are produced in medium and large options with a price range for uPVC options of £10,000 to £15,000. Bespoke: This is were you have the opportunity to design a conservatory that perfectly suits your home and your requirements. Expect to pay at least £15,000. Prices above £50,000 are not uncommon. Cost can exceed £125,000 for a large bespoke timber conservatory. Conservatory Glazing. You’ll be presented with many glazing options whether you’re browsing self-build conservatories online or getting bespoke quotations from a local sales agent. Your two primary options are glass or poly-carbonate. Let’s start with glass. Here are the most common options: Double glazing low-E glass: This is energy efficient glass best used on wall surfaces of your conservatory. Some double glazing has argon gas or similar between panes to slow the transfer of heat. Some call this heatlock or heat lock glazing. Solar glazing: This is ideal for roofs, but can be used on walls that get a lot of direct sunlight. It is coated to reflect glare. Tinted/Anti-sun glazing: This is similar to solar glazing, but the tinting also improves privacy. Security glazing: This is laminated (layered) glass that is difficult to break. Toughened glass is another form of security glazing to consider. Self-cleaning glazing: This glass is coated to more easily repel dirt, and a little rain is all that’s needed to wash it clean. It is maintenance-free. Safety glazing: This is a specialty glazing that is less likely to break, and also less likely to pose a threat if it does break. Decorative and obscure glass: The names say it all. These glasses add beauty and, in the case of obscure glass, better privacy than most other types. Poly-carbonate glazing is a tough glass alternative. It has the advantage of costing less than glass. We estimate that an average conservatory costs £1,200 to £2,000 less with poly-carbonate than with glass. The potential disadvantage is that some poly-carbonate is inferior and will develop a yellow tint over time. Be sure any poly-carbonate you choose is treated with UV inhibitor to prevent yellowing. In fact, it should come with a guarantee that it won’t yellow. Conservatory Roofs. Glass, poly-carbonate and solid roofs of some type are used. Glass and poly have been discussed above in the section on conservatory walls. Glass is the most transparent, a great choice where sunny days are few and you wish to take best advantage of natural light. Poly-carbonate is an effective, lower-cost alternative. It is strong, so if falling debris from nearby trees is common, consider this material for your roof. As we noted, be sure the poly you choose is guaranteed not to yellow. Solid roofing is used in orangeries more than in conservatories. By the definition many use, a conservatory will have a roof at least 75% glazed. A combination of solid roofing and glazing is common. The most typical solid roofs are tiled. A fully tiled orangery roof can be insulated, so thermal efficiency is much better than a glass or poly-carbonate roof. Upkeep is low too, and tiles will last 40+ years. There’s an upgrade in appearance with tile too. The disadvantages of tile are a higher upfront cost and the loss of natural light overhead. Some light can be added with a Velux or similar window. Finally, a fully solid roof will look top-heavy on a small conservatory. Conservatory Foundations. Not a very glamourous topic, but necessary for those who wish to understand the nitty-gritty of conservatory construction and cost. A properly set foundation is crucial. Without it, the foundation could subside, causing major damage to your conservatory. Here are the materials and factors considered when installing a conservatory. Your local conditions will determine the exact materials and techniques used, and those will impact cost. Foundation depth: Most foundations are 1 to 1.5 metres in depth. This gives the conservatory a very solid base. The footings should be concrete for maximum strength. Brick cavity wall: This wall is built onto the foundation. According to Everest, a leading conservatory brand, “it should be insulated with 75mm of wall insulation.” Piled foundations: If the soil in your garden is very loose, then piles, which are steel rods, are driven into the ground as reinforcement. Hardcore: The base of most conservatories is crushed stone, called hardcore, which covers the concrete foundation. This layer is usually 150-200mm thick. Sand bed: Sand is added next to create a perfectly even surface. Damp-proofing material: Moisture works its way up from deep in the ground, and if there is no barrier between it and your conservatory flooring, water damage is sure to occur. The damp-proofing material prevents this. Insulation: Heat seeks to escape any building. The insulation holds it in. Screed layer: A steel-reinforced layer of concrete is poured onto the insulation. Then, a thin concrete layer, called a screed or screed floor is added. A screed layer is worked very smooth. Any flooring you choose is then installed on top of the screed layer. Sizes. Supply-only uPVC conservatories start at about 1.5x2m. An average size is 3x3m or 3x4m. The largest are about 4x6m. Sizes are about the same for aluminum self-build conservatories. Wood conservatories are typically larger, starting at about 3x4m and ranging to 10x15m or larger. Pros and Cons. A conservatory is a lovely extension of any home. But it isn’t all roses. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of a conservatory for your home. Pros. Space added at an affordable cost. A conservatory costs a fraction of what a home extension of the same size would cost. Style options. Even if you don’t choose a bespoke conservatory, there are many options, so you are sure to find styles to consider that fit your home and your personal sense of style. Bright and natural lighting. Natural light is the most genuine and healthy. It’s also free. An airy conservatory with plenty of window space makes you feel like you’re in the garden whilst protected from the elements. Extended growing season. Start your flowers and vegetables earlier in spring and grow them longer into autumn in a conservatory compared with outdoors. In fact, you’ll be able to grow many plants year round in your heat-conserving conservatory. Cons. Heating and cooling a conservatory are costly. Glass and polycarbonate are poorly insulated. Heat escapes in winter; heat penetrates the conservatory in summer. Windows help in warm weather, but they add cost to the project. See the FAQs below for a question on how to heat and cool a conservatory. Privacy issues when houses are close. Whether your garden is overlooked by taller homes and buildings or the neighbouring houses are close, a conservatory isn’t your most private option. Options, Costs and Cost Factors. Details costs are included on our Orangery & uPVC Conservatory Cost Guide. That page includes a table of Low, Average and High costs and what you get in each cost range. Plus there are conservatory price tables from popular Self Build brands like Wickes and Roundbrand and from Fitted Bespoke brands like Everest and Safestyle. The cost factors below discuss the options available for designing a conservatory best suited to your purposes. Size: The larger the structure, the more it will cost. But consider this: The cost per m2 goes down as size goes up. You might be surprised that a 4x6m conservatory doesn’t cost a great deal more than a 3x5m unit of the same material and design. Be sure to get quotations for several sizes to maximize value for the money you spend. Foundation depth and construction: Your soil conditions and local factors will determine the depth and materials of any foundation used, and cost will be decided by those factors. Site preparation: Must bushes or trees be removed? What about drains and pipes? The more fuss, the higher the cost. Material: This is perhaps the biggest cost factor. As noted above, your options are uPVC (£-££), aluminum (££-£££) and timber (£££-£££££). Corners: A 2-corner lean-to is least costly. An elegant design with a multi-sided front can be two to three times more costly for the size. Wall materials: When a dwarf wall or half-wall is included, cost is higher. Windows and doors: Adding more than just a single basic door will raise the price, but having windows for ventilation can make the space much more comfortable during a warm summer. Roof material: Polycarbonate costs less, but is the least attractive. Glass is next. If you choose a solid roof, cost will be higher. The most elegant conservatories and orangeries feature tile and slate roofing. Glazing: You’ll be presented with many glass options including solar reflective or other type of anti-sun glass, double glazing with low-E glass for energy efficiency, security glass, safety/shatterproof glass, decorative or obscure glass, self-cleaning glass and other choices – if you’re feeling overwhelmed, our replacement windows buying guide can help get you started. Compare Prices for this Job Get Prices Planning Permission. The law allows you to make minor alterations to your home. According to the UK Planning Portal, “Adding a conservatory to your house is considered to be permitted development, not needing an application for planning permission.” There are restrictions though. Everest shares them: The conservatory does not cover more than half your garden The house has already been extended The roof ridge or top point is no higher than the eaves of your property’s roof There’s a maximum height of 4 metres, or 3 metres high if within 2 metres of boundary Side extensions must not extend beyond half the width of the house The Everest windows blog provides a nice summary, helping you to decide do you need planning permission for your conservatory. You can also find all of the details you need at the UK Planning Portal. Find a Conservatory Supplier You Can Trust. There are quite a few suppliers, and not all of them offer equal quality and customer service. Just like when you are planning to replace the windows in your home, due to the variability of the window replacement and conservatory companies out there, our recommendations is always to request quotations from 3 or more suppliers or fitters with a good reputation. This can take weeks or longer to sort the options, learn about their experience and check their reviews and ratings. A fast, convenient option is to use our Get Quotes Now service, which is free with no-obligation. Share a bit of information about your conservatory project, and top fitters in your area will provide you with quotations. They are pre-screened for experience and quality workmanship. Again, there is no cost, and you are not obligated to accept any of the quotes. When reviewing the quotes, consider: How long the company has been in business. Longer generally means better. Guarantees: Does the company stand behind its products or the products it installs with lengthy warranties? It should. Customer reviews: This is a useful source of information about what you can expect if you hire the company for your conservatory. Compare Prices for this Job Get Prices Frequently Asked Questions for your Conservatories? Q. Can I grow vegetables in a conservatory? Ans. Yes, of course you can. Q. How do I keep the conservatory warm or cool? Ans. “Cooling is accomplished by the use of windows and vents. Fitting windows that face the sun with blinds will control heat penetration. A solar or sun-reflective roof costs more but is effective against heat and UV radiation. A few conservatories are air conditioned, but that leads to high energy costs. Warming is accomplished with electric radiators during the coldest weather. Insulated blinds on walls and the ceiling will hold in the heat too. Putting carpets on the floor will make it feel warmer underfoot.” Q. How long does a conservatory last? Ans. “uPVC and aluminum conservatories will last 30+ years with proper care. A timber conservatory will last indefinitely when maintained.” Q. How much does a conservatory cost? Ans. “The average uPVC conservatory cost is £7,000-£12,000. For aluminum, it is £8,500-£14,000. Timber conservatories start at about £12,000, but the average is closer to £25,000-£40,000. Again, see our Cost Guide for comprehensive details.” Q. What’s the best material for a conservatory? Ans. “Your budget is often the best guide to the right material. uPVC is most affordable followed by aluminum. Timber costs the most. Secondly, choose a material that fits your neighbourhood. If all the conservatories are timber, a uPVC conservatory might look cheap. On the other end, a luxurious timber conservatory in an area where most are uPVC will cost far more than the value it will add to your home’s selling price.” Q. What’s the difference between an orangery and a conservatory? Ans. “According to one bespoke fitter, “The biggest difference is the construction of the roof. A conservatory has over 75% of the roof glazed, an orangery has less than 75%. A conservatory by definition must also have over 50% of its wall area glazed. Orangeries are more luxurious, offer more privacy and come with a higher cost much higher in many cases.” Q. Will a conservatory add value to my home? Ans. Expect a new conservatory to raise the value of your home by 5% to 10%. Related Guides & Cost Comparisons. Installing a Tiled Conservatory Roof, Complete Buying Guide for a Solid Roof Conservatory Choosing the Best Driveway, Guide to Choosing a New Driveway for Your Home Garden Landscaping Ideas, 8 Things You Can Do to Improve the Look of Your Garden Self Isolation Boredom? 15 Simple Home Improvement Ideas to Keep You Sane Installing a Tiled Conservatory Roof, Complete Buying Guide for a Solid Roof Conservatory. View Prices Choosing the Best Driveway, Guide to Choosing a New Driveway for Your Home. View Prices Garden Landscaping Ideas, 8 Things You Can Do to Improve the Look of Your Garden. View Prices Self Isolation Boredom? 15 Simple Home Improvement Ideas to Keep You Sane. View Prices  
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TitleWhere Is The Best Place To Buy A Conservatory | Newlite
Urlhttps://newlitehome.co.uk/2018/03/best-place-to-buy-a-conservatory/
DescriptionInformation and advice on where is the best place to buy a conservatory, discussing the benefits of buying from a local supplier compared to the DIY stores and high street names
Date15 Mar 2018
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H1Where is the best place to buy a conservatory
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H3The best place to buy a conservatory. Your options
Local conservatory companies can offer better products
Local conservatory companies offer you greater choice
Local conservatory companies give you a one-stop-shop
Local conservatory companies offer a complete range of products
Local conservatory companies can demonstrate their work
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BodyWhere is the best place to buy a conservatory 15th March 2018 The purchase of a new glazed extension such as conservatory, orangery or garden room is a substantial investment. If you are considering a new conservatory for your home, one of the things you may be thinking about is where you can buy one and get the help and advice you need. The best place to buy a conservatory. Your options. At Newlite, we know there is a substantial amount of choice in conservatory products as well as a considerable number of companies wanting your business. Your choice in where to buy a new conservatory also extends to larger names specialising in DIY,  many of which supply conservatories. As well as your local home improvement companies, like Newlite, you can also buy a new conservatory from places such as: Wickes B&Q Jewson Trade Counters and Builders Merchants Argos eBay You can usually expect good service when dealing with any professional company, large or small. However, when it comes to conservatories, we think there are reasons to consider a local supplier as well as conservatories from Wickes, B&Q, Argos or Jewsons. As you start your journey into researching where is the best place to buy a conservatory, local companies can give you a better product, help you plan for the project better, and improved service. Here is what you should consider. Local conservatory companies can offer better products. One thing about some of the conservatories available from the larger DIY stores is that they are modular.  Modular conservatories are set sizes and usually, you cannot deviate from the set sizes to accommodate your particular property. Modular conservatories do not take into account the location of your existing windows, drain pipes, external doors and other factors. Another disadvantage to modular conservatories is that they come in single item frames.  A good example is the side of your conservatory.  If the side of your conservatory has a large window, this should be possible as one large window unit with slim mullions and no connection and coupling pieces.  On a modular conservatory, you may be given three separate windows to make one large unit with thicker mullions, joiners, coupling pieces and more trims to cover up the joints. A modular conservatory you find in DIY stores is not made to measure. Local conservatory companies offer you greater choice. Study the websites of the big DIY stores such as Argos and Wickes and you may find an insufficient choice of styles and designs. More importantly, there is little clarity or transparency as to what conservatory product or ‘system’ you are about to buy. Unless you know the brand or system of the product you are buying, it is virtually impossible for you to compare the features one conservatory will give you with another.  By features, we do not mean the look, but the technical benefits of the construction, the frame profiles, the insulation you can expect or how it is designed and put together. Many of the bigger DIY stores only offer non-brand specific traditional styles that are easy for them to purchase and easy to supply to you. Examples include Edwardian, Victorian and Lean-to styles of a conservatory.  At Newlite we can offer all the standard styles of conservatory should you want it, but we are better placed to help you design the ideal conservatory for your home because we have been doing it for over 25 years. Local conservatory companies give you a one-stop-shop. Every home and customer is different, and we believe there is no one-size-fits-all when it comes to choosing where is the best place to buy a conservatory. By selecting a local company for your new conservatory, you also benefit from a single supplier to deal with making the process more straightforward and less stressful all round. A conservatory also needs finishing touches such as integral blinds, bifolding doors or sliding doors. Perhaps you want more sophisticated glass in your conservatories such as self-cleaning or laminated security glass. You may even want electric opening roof vents or those that open and close using solar or rain sensors. A local company can provide virtually any type of personalisation option to your new conservatory where the larger companies may not give you a choice. In buying a conservatory from the large names, you may benefit from a lower price because these companies buy their conservatory products based on volume.  However, we do not believe an investment such as a new conservatory or orangery should be a volume, off-the-shelf product.  It should be personal to you and your home. Local conservatory companies offer a complete range of products. If you are carrying out a complete home improvement project with new windows and doors throughout your house, it is worth comparing the choices available as well as the expertise on hand. If you want a custom design such as fitting bifolding or sliding doors, a non-standard window design or other feature you will often find local companies can offer you a wider choice as well as a more customised conservatory.  At Newlite we can help you understand the benefits of the different materials, considerations such as an aluminium roof combined with PVCu windows and doors and many other things to think about that the larger companies frequently can’t advise you on. At Newlite we provide conservatory products in aluminium, PVCu or timber as well as the latest modular conservatories such as Ultraframe’s Skyroom and a full choice of lantern roofs, skylights and rooflights. All our products are chosen for their flexibility, quality, engineering and reliability.  Larger companies can frequently change suppliers or be unable to help if you need replacement parts or new products in the future to match. Local conservatory companies can demonstrate their work. In deciding where is the best place to buy a conservatory, and given the financial outlay, it makes sense to see examples of the product installed in people’s homes.  A trade or DIY showroom can give you products to look at, but they are temporarily fixed, often not sealed (as they are inside) and are demonstration models.  At Newlite we a large number of local installations where we have carried out simple and highly complex conservatory installations. Help with planning and Building Control. Planning Permission or building control approval may be required with your conservatory project. When it comes to planning, you may find less help available from the larger companies when you need help and advice the most. Often you are left to do all the research and legwork yourself. Many of the larger companies will only direct you to the Government’s Planning Portal website and leave you to do your own research and planning application. At Newlite we can help you simplify the planning process with a new conservatory because we do it often, knowing local properties and what is required. We can make any planning and application process easier all round. Our service also extends to ensuring your conservatory is fit for purpose and is correctly designed. We take into consideration your property location, how exposed the conservatory elevation could be as well as consider weights and snow loadings on the conservatory roof. All this help and expertise ensures a trouble-free process for you and a new conservatory that will stand the test of time. If you are thinking about having a new conservatory and want some free, impartial and helpful advice, contact us today. Latest Articles About Our Products. Steel look aluminium windows in Kent. Patio doors are very popular in the Art-Deco and industrial-style, but steel look aluminium windows also provide a stylish way to change the look of any property with this on-trend glazing style. At the same time, this stylish window product is … [Read More...] White heritage aluminium doors. Heritage aluminium doors or windows are perfect for patio doors and even interior doors using the steel look. But different colours also work well with these doors and here, our latest installation of heritage aluminium French doors, but in a white … [Read More...] New Aluk bi folding doors in Hastings. Aluk bi folding doors in Hastings supplied to a modern property undergoing renovation and also with matching windows and the latest integral glass blinds. White contemporary aluk bi folding doors in Hastings home. Aluk bifolds are tried and … [Read More...] Customer Reviews. Newlite Home Improvements5.0Based on 97 reviewsSee all reviewsWrite a reviewNewlite Home Improvements5.0Based on 8 reviewsSee all reviewsWrite a reviewNewlite transformed a very narrow site in my garden into an amazing conservatory. Alan kept me informed during construction and was at hand to deal with any obstacles as they arose. Everyone that came to my home worked really hard at making a good job but Martin made extra efforts to make finish excellent.I am delighted with my new conservatory and would not hesitate to recommend Newlite to anyone based on my experience.Karen L.11:03 12 Dec 21We have used Newlite for a few years and have always been pleased with the installations e.g. conservatory and windows. Would not use anyone else and would highly recommend themPat H.17:03 07 Dec 21A great pleasure to use Newlite Home Improvements!From the first contact to the final fitment, we were kept informed and had great service throughout.The quality of the product is high, as we’d been promised, and the work done is of a highly professional level, even down to the mastic!We had considered a cheaper option, but we waited until the time was right for us, and I’m so pleased we did.I would highly recommend Newlite as a company who can be relied on to supply the goods and service.If you’re looking for new doors, windows or a conservatory and Newlite seem to cost more than others, make sure you do a 100% like for like quality check and if the cost is too much for you, try to save a little more, rather than going for something that will ‘do the job’ but you may not be happy with. You have to walk through that door, or look through those windows quite a lot. You’ll notice if they’re not right and so will your friends and family!As you may have gathered, we are very happy with the result.Thanks Alan and team! We’ll be in touch on further business.Ian H12:48 05 Dec 21We employed Newlite early in the year to install a new front door. It was a really good job so we had them back to replace a large window, with a patio door and window set. It looks perfect. The job was trouble free from survey to installation. Wholeheartedly recommend these guys. Alan is a pleasure to deal with. Looking forward to our bi-folds in the New Year.Susan P.13:25 30 Nov 21Our new steel windows are beautiful and match the old steel windows on the rest of the elevations. The team were highly professional and very friendly.Harriet T.12:24 30 Nov 21Couldn't be happier with the windows and service we received. I would highly recommend Newlite and will be using them for any windows etc I need in the future.Oliver P.10:14 29 Nov 21Thanks so much to Alan and the team. Great service, fast installation and I'm really pleased with the windows. Very good value too. I would definitely recommend Newlite.Liz M.18:48 28 Nov 21We want to thank Newlite Home Improvements who have been wonderful with advice, planning, arranging the different workmen on each day including the surveyor, plasterers and electricians. We are so thankful for your expertise, advice, knowledge and experience. We don't know anyone who has had this "warm roof" that replaces the glass ceiling of the conservatory done, we haven't spoken to anyone who has had it done. We took your advice to have it done because you had the knowledge and experience to explain it. It is exactly as he said it would be. The room is warmer already..no more extreme temperatures! The workmen were always polite and respectful, most helpful with advice, and hard working. We know that is down to your organisation, you have an excellent team working for you. You understand fully what the client is expecting, and provide that for them. You have even been able to replace the side window between the kitchen/lounge with a slight height difference to accommodate the lower internal roof, and there was NO disruption at all in the lounge, and as you know we were expecting to have to totally redecorate in the lounge, and after it was done, we couldn't see ONE BIT of disruption. We were massively impressed with that. So thank you for every thing you have done, its all worked seamlessly.Steve H.15:33 22 Nov 21Newlite installed brand new patio doors to replace the damaged ones on my balcony a few months ago. It took a while for the doors I'd ordered to ship to the UK - but that's with all the supply chain problems going on lately and not their fault. Their team was incredibly polite and efficient, especially Martin, and when they didn't quite manage to fully install the doors (late) on a Friday afternoon, they came back no questions asked first thing the following (Saturday) morning to finish the job.They were incredibly tidy and left my flat spotless after they had finished, as well as taking away and disposing of my old doors. Then, just to underline their level of customer service, when one of the new doors started sticking a few weeks back, they arranged for Martin to come out the very next day to adjust the door and rectify the problem (for free - as part of the warranty). Couldn't have asked for a friendlier, more professional team of thoroughly nice guys and would highly recommend Newlite to anyone.Mark S.17:28 14 Nov 21Cannot fault Alan and his team for the excellent job they did in fitting Heritage windows into our Victorian coach house. Alan could not have been more helpful when we were specifying them and Colin the surveyor certainly knew his stuff. Dave and his crew who fitted the windows werepunctual, polite and obviously highly experienced - they did a thoroughly professional job - right through to cleaning up and disposing of the removals. If only all tradesmen were as competent! - Can't recommend Newlite highly enoughfine P.09:32 12 Nov 21Alan, Martin and the Team did a great job on my replacement conservatory. Colin spent a lot of time making sure the measurements were right before starting the project. The new conservatory looks lovely and I am very pleased with it. The guys were polite and worked cleanly and tidily, they were a pleasure to have in my home.Caroline B.11:16 30 Oct 21Thanks Alan and team - as promised - great service. Price fair, installation excellent - would highly recommendFats15:48 19 Oct 21From the initial phone call, I was very impressed with the service. Alan was so helpful, informative and genuinely cared about the outcome. He suggested what would work and look best for what I was trying to achieve. From start to finish it was a pleasure. Would highly recommend and use again in the future.Laura P.15:47 17 Oct 21Fantastic service and workmanshipGeoff K.18:25 30 Sep 21Newline replaced five deteriorated double glazing panes that had been installed at our house in Eastbourne about 25 years ago by a previous company from which Newlite emerged. Both the measurements for the new panes and their subsequent installation were done efficiently and correctly. The standard of workmanship could not have been bettered.Charles and S.17:23 28 Sep 21Very happy with our steel replacement doors and windows, makes an enormous difference to the kitchen.Carola Van D.20:26 22 Sep 21Used a couple of times always an excellent service,courteous workers and very tidy when they have finished the work.Lynda J.17:57 16 Sep 21Newlite replaced our interior front door unit. Alan was very helpful when we first contacted him and the door was installed on time and looks fab. A good experience from start to finish. We're about to order a new back door from Newlite.Colin M.16:42 03 Sep 21We had a Heritage-style front entrance door and bar hatch made and installed into our Distillery & Winery by Newlite. Alan was easy to work with from the start, he was very responsive and made the process as smooth as possible for us. Newlite is a great company to use, I would highly recommend them!Gary J.07:53 02 Sep 21just had a lot of patio bi folds done, lovely price and lovely job, thanks Alanian B.16:32 23 Aug 21Just had Ecoslide upvc sash windows with gold fittings installed to our Edwardian house and they look amazing! I can't believe what a difference they have made inside and out. In the original order I hadn't included an internal window as I didn't think it was worth doing but as soon as the first new window was installed I ordered another one and can't wait for it to arrive. I'd definitely recommend Newlite, customer service is excellent, delivery was within timescale, very professional team all round. Martin did most of the installation and did a fantastic job plus he was super tidy!! Really happy customer, thank you!Lynne W.09:24 19 Aug 21Prompt and efficient service both during the original installation and afterwards when a double glazed unit in our ceiling lantern failed.David W.09:05 18 Aug 21The company were friendly and responsive. We were able to see sample products at the showroom in Eastbourne which was helpful when you are investing in your property and will be living with it for some time. The process of ordering was simple and efficient. The replacement of french doors and side windows was carried out quickly and Martin, the workman who undertook our work was courteous and took care to protect the surrounding areas. The job was professionally done and looks great. We are really pleased and would recommend them.Sylvia P.08:38 12 Aug 21Beautiful doors and friendly, professional installation from MartinSue R.20:33 08 Aug 21Alan was a pleasure to deal with from beginning to end. His install team were friendly and professional but above all the Heritage doors he installed were stunning and make our new kitchen look amazing.Benjamin H.12:45 22 Jul 21Alan and the team were superb. From order to installation, they were professional and delivered superb service throughout. The attention to detail and tradesmanship really stood out. Even when we noticed the doors catching, Alan asked the manufacturer to attend next day to resolve. Could not recommend this Company highly enough.Chris P.20:30 15 Jul 21Great service from Alan and the team. We had 7 windows and doors replaced, and an existing French window opening widened, as well as some replacement sealed units. Alan helped us chose the right windows for the property, and the installation went very smoothly. Dave and Martin who fitted them were brilliant, nothing was too much trouble for them (as long as we kept the tea flowing!)Delighted with the end result and would highly recommend NewliteSteve S.06:13 09 Jul 21Alan and the team did a superb job, I couldn't be happier with my new Emperor bifold doors which have transformed my living room and achieved the indoor/outdoor space I was wanting. Alan was very responsive and 'on the ball' throughout the project and along with Colin the surveyor and the 3 skilled fitters, the whole team were proficient, professional and friendly. I would have no hesitation in highly recommending Newlite - thank you Alan and the whole team!Lia I10:14 13 Jun 21Massive thank u to Alan and team for an excellent service throughout from the minute I placed my enquiry to the final minute of installation. We had the glass in our bifold doors replaced with integral blinds as well as 4 more large windows replaced with new frames and integral blind glass. Excellent attention to detail and kept informed the whole way thru. And finished result looks v smart. Thoroughly recommend this companyCamilla P.19:30 09 Jun 21The service from start to finish was excellent. Especially during a pandemic! Alan was at the end of a phone to answer any questions. Colin the surveyor was very thorough and professional. BIG THANKS to Dave our fitter, who was brilliant. The time and precision putting in our new door, top light and side window, was amazing. Nothing seemed to faze him and looking at the installation and the remedial works, you'd never know the work had been done. The actual door and windows were of a very high standard and are lovely to look at. We would HIGHLY RECOMMEND Newlite and would not hesitate to use them again.Ken and Louise T.13:11 26 May 21New lite installed our windows over 30 years ago and the seals on a number of them had gone and the windows fogged. They replaced the glass sections on nine windows. They were ordered and delivered within two weeks and took about three hours the install. No mess, extremely friendly and efficient and would highly recommend them.Jane G.09:50 22 May 21Excellent service from this company, COVID aware, professional and prompt, let down by their glass supplier.Brian B.06:49 08 May 21Hi guys, thanks for a job well done, not the cheapest but we are very happy to pay a little extra for good service and qualityPaul B.13:52 26 Apr 21Well priced and superb service from start to finish from Alan and the team. Go over and above and achieved the exact result I was looking for. Slimline VISOFOLD 6000 doors in anthracite grey look fantastic. The installers were professional, on time, and extremely respectful of my property throughout the whole day. Superb job and would highly recommend this company if you want new doors!David M.19:01 22 Apr 21Newlite were fantastic every step of the way. Alan was great when quoting, the survey was done promptly and quickly, I was kept up to date on the order and the final removal of the old french windows (replaced by crittal style windows and doors) was excellent. The 2 installers were fantastic, efficient, friendly and the finish was fantastic. I'd definitely use Alan and his team again!Karen A.17:40 21 Apr 21Contacted for a single window quote - unfortunately couldn't supply what we were looking for as not in their range, but was in touch within 5 minutes to let me know, and recommended another supplier who should be able to. Very much appreciate the responsiveness.Paul S.10:37 19 Apr 21Required suppliers for an internal steel heritage door, Alan was most helpful in recommending one of his contacts who manufacture this particular door. I contacted the supplier who kindly put me in touch with distributers who cover the area where we live. Very helpful and highly recommend Newlite.pc 4.18:05 31 Mar 21The door is a fabulous replacement. The guys that fitted it were very polite and respectful. With an elderly relative, who is difficult to deal with, they did their work and got on with it. Excellent service and lively new door. Thank you.Susan P.12:12 27 Mar 21After seeing heritage windows in a magazine over two years ago I’ve had my heart set on them ever since. I did lots of research and Newlite came highly recommend, I could not be happier they are exactly as I had hoped for.Alan has been so helpful and professional at every stage, so were Colin the surveyor and the installation team.I cannot recommend Alan and his team highly enough.Sarah (Bexley Kent)Jamie M.20:31 24 Mar 21Very pleased with the service from Newlite. Replacement window panes arrived and were fitted in super quick time. Thanks to Alan and the fitter for a great job.Peta H.18:14 20 Mar 21We had bifold doors installed into our conservatory with the hope of opening up the ground floor. They do the job perfectly! We are very happy with the installation and finished product. It looks as though it was always meant to be that way. The fitters were prompt, neat and no mess was left - again, just as it has always been that way. Thank you.Les E.17:05 16 Mar 21Alan an his team have been professional throughout. We are very happy with our internal ‘crittal’ style window which was a bespoke design and manufactured and fitted within an impressive timeframe. Would highly recommend Newlite.Carla C.16:21 10 Mar 21Phoned Newlite for door quote Alan arrived the next day and i had a detailed quote within 12 hours. I agreed the quote and a few weeks later a time was arranged to fit the door. The fitter arrived and set about his task of fitting the door, very polite, very professional and soon the job was done. High quality product and high quality fitting with no fuss.John M.18:58 01 Mar 21We had a set of bifold doors installed. Great planning meeting, which ran through all our options.Delivery was made on time, and the installation was a breeze. We had a problem with a scratch on one of the door panels. The fitter sanded the mark out and resprayed the area. He then said if we were still not happy then they would replace that door. And that is what they did. Fantastic customer service and a very happy customer.Paul C.07:27 26 Feb 21We had two sets of uPVC french doors replaced with aluminium. Alan advised comprehensively on all the options and profiles and once chosen we were given an installation date which was kept to. Dave did an excellent, professional and very tidy job of fitting the doors and we couldn't be more pleased with the results.Stephanie D.16:38 25 Feb 21Just had a new set of French doors with integral blinds fitted. So very pleased with the result. They look absolutely super. Such a difference from the old, drafty ones they replaced. The installers were tidy and very pleasant and the whole experience was stress-free from quote to finish! This company is a pleasure to deal with. 👍Jan B.09:37 20 Feb 21We had windows and doors fitted as part of our single storey extension including a large bespoke lantern. We are absolutely delighted with the end result- this is due to Alan Burden's attention to detail from the initial design through to final fit. Alan listened to what we wanted, gave advice based on his wealth of experience and was easy to work with. Due to factory delays (due to Covid) our windows and doors were delayed from the initial timescales given, however Alan communicated throughout and enabled us to manage our builders' expectations. The fitters were polite and did an excellent job. There was a minor issue with one of the doors and Alan worked with us to get this resolved quickly to our satisfaction. We would really recommend Newlite Home Improvements.Kath C.19:48 08 Feb 21Alan and his installers acted in a professional manner, were polite and left the property clean after completing the installation of my two sets of french doors. Alan was prompt to return my calls and the installers took time to explain the stages of their work. I am very happy with the quality of the Aluminium French doors installed priced competitively and of the finished job. I wouldn't hesitate to use them again. Thank you Alan!Hilary P.16:35 27 Jan 21Alan and the guys from Newlite installed a conservatory/utility room on the side of our house. The planning and installation were meticulous; the team were polite, friendly and professional; the working area was always left clean and tidy - and the end result is exactly what we wanted! I would highly recommend Newlite and would use them again.Jenny S.17:44 25 Jan 21Alan was helpful from the start in explaining & helping us choose the products that would suit our home best. They all look great and even when they've had to come back for small problems, there has been no hesitation in them coming back to get thinks right. Thank youAudrey Y.14:37 13 Jan 21Really impressed with the help and advice provided by Alan and delighted with the whole installation.Sue M.16:01 29 Dec 20Great service from start to finish, any minor issues resolved professionally, thoroughly recommend Newlite.Benz A.12:37 28 Dec 20I have used Newlite many times and they never let you down. Always professional. Extremely pleased with the door and windows leading to the Conservatory. Looks amazing. Highly recommend.Linda W.22:28 22 Dec 20New window facade to the rear of my extended garage to match in with existing windows and doors to main buildingDennis C.16:42 17 Dec 20Excellent service throughout, highly recommendedRichard W.15:05 11 Dec 20Fantastic service, product install and communication throughout. Would throughly recommend.Joe H.20:09 09 Dec 20We would highly recommend Alan and his team at Newlite.From start to finish it has been a professional,smooth venture.We required a door where previously was a window plus another window enlarged. Alan with his knowledge and sensitivity to aesthetics swiftly guided us through the maze of choices.We are now delighting in the end result which was expertly installed by his lovely team.If only every company could operate like this.....Many Thanks to you Allbarbara A.15:04 08 Dec 20We have recently used Newlite to have all of our windows replaced and new windows and patio doors in a recently built extension. They were one of the most competitive quotes we received so we gave them the job. All of their staff have been excellent from start to finish, from keeping us informed about unavoidable delays because of the Covid Lockdown, all of the installation work, and coming back to sort any little problems, such as changing a stiff patio door lock from a key to a thumb turn. I would recommend these guys, and would use them again without hesitation.Sarah P.09:25 26 Nov 20The process was very smooth. The on-site visit was detailed and good advice was offered on which options to choose. The price was just on budget and the French doors look really good. Many thanksLorraine D.11:35 14 Nov 20I contacted Newlite regarding a new conservatory. Alan came along and offered me a variety of solutions. Once agreed upon we were visited by Colin who came along and measured up and offered some great ideas.Several weeks later the 2 fitters visited and installed the conservatory. At every step we received a friendly and professional service. We are so pleased with the final build and the quality of the installation. I would have no hesitation in recommending Newlite, Alan and his team. 10 out of 10!Mark R.12:05 25 Oct 20Newlite have recently installed all of our 'slim' Upvc windows & 'slim' aluminium coloured bi-fold doors. Alan's advice, knowledge & communication was excellent at all times. The installation work was faultlessly carried out by Martin & Dave. We would highly recommend.sue D.16:04 20 Sep 20Excellent service from start to finish. Alan was extremely professional and helped us a great deal with the right designs for our doors and windows and the quote was very competitive. The workmanship on installation was first class and all of the people involved have been friendly and polite. I Couldn't ask for a better service or a better outcome. We are delighted with the final product.Michael R.16:27 10 Sep 20Hassle free service. The Visoglide patio door was fitted very neatly.A nice clean install, very impressed.Thanks to Alan and the fitting team.A job well done.Daniel U.23:33 07 Sep 20We were very pleased and impressed with the entire start to finish service from Newlite Home Improvements. From the outset Alan was able to offer suggestions and guidance as to what would meet our requirements (we were looking for a soundproof, crittall-style, interior door). Communication was thorough and courteous and the end result exactly as we'd hoped for.B H21:08 07 Aug 20Had 7 metre sliding doors, lantern and picture window installed by these guys and was really impressed. I found Alan easy to work with given his knowledge and ideas, his team installed without any problems or delay. Would highly recommend them, great customer experience and good quality products.Barney M.18:27 04 Aug 20Had crittal-style doors installed, service was great throughout - they look great & complete the room. Would certainly recommendJoe G.20:17 03 Aug 20Great service from Newlite from the initial meeting to the installation. Wouldn't hesitate to recommend.Miranda L.09:48 03 Aug 20Newlite Home Improvements: Excellent service provided by Newlite through their representative Alan. From the day I had an unfortunate accident with my conservatory door to the final installation of a new door Alan was there to provide assistance all the way. With his help and expertise I was able to make a successful claim on my home insurance. The installation was of the highest standard and we are delighted with the result. Congratulations all round for such fantastic service.John S.09:04 28 Jul 20Fantastic service from beginning to end. Alan provided exactly what I wanted. Martin is a genius! He came with Wayne to fit my door and I can only say that I wish all trades people were the same as them. Could not be more pleased with the finished product. Highly recommend Newlite and would definitely use again if needed. Thank you.Amanda R.16:40 08 Jul 20Alan and his team have provided an excellent service and we are completely wowed by our new aluminium front door. The whole service has been professional and the quality of fitting is top notch. would definitely recommend.Jean H.13:05 16 Jun 20We recently had a new door installed. It looks brilliant. Alan and his team, again impressed us with their commitment to excellence. Thank you very much. Emilia and HughEmilia S.13:13 27 May 20Used recently for window repairs. Excellent service. Communication good and prompt.James C.14:19 05 May 20I contacted Newlite as the gaskets in our patio bifold door had become lose. Alan was very responsive and a Newlite installer sorted the problems 2 days later and carried out a full service of the doors incl. rehanging them to avoid the problem reoccuring. Great service, thank you.Asmus O.15:25 01 May 20I had Newlite windows fitted over 10 years ago, which have always looked nice and done the job well. Recently, a small repair was needed and the after service care, even after this time, was quick and responsive, which meant a lot.Great prompt, friendly service with a quality product.Anya H.13:49 26 Jan 20Recommended this company by a neighbour and contacted them for a quote for replacement windows and conservatory. Alan attended our home and spent time running through options and design. Very competitive prices though not the cheapest but decided to use this company as Alan was not at all pushy like other well known companies and was very knowledgeable on the products he was selling and what style would suit our property. From day one everything was explained and dates confirmed. We have had eight windows fitted by Martin,Wayne and Alfie. They arrived on time and did a first class job. The quality of the windows are excellent and have made such a difference to the look and seem energy efficient. The fitting was stress free and all mess was cleared up at the end of the job. Very pleased and Martin was a perfectionist and nothing seemed too much trouble for him. Very pleased with this company and would have no hesitation to recommend them. Now looking forward to the erection of the conservatory.Mary B.10:07 16 Jan 20We are so happy with the high quality work done by Newlite.Miranda B.22:42 11 Jan 20We are very happy with our new windows and doors. Alan made the whole process very easy explaining our options and meeting our timescales. The fitting team were brilliant- efficient and tidy. Would definitely recommend Newlite and will be using again for our next project.Leanna B.06:56 13 Nov 19Alan and his team at Newlite were a joy to work with. I was delighted that they could replace my 1930's window with a like for like look, including invaluable insightful information regarding the best type of glass to use for a house of that era, but obviously updated so that the window was far better insulated than the original old wooden frame which was starting to rot. On the day of the window fitting the men were polite and courteous, made sure that there was no mess, and completed the job easily within the day. I am astounded that the new window looks virtually the same as the original, well done!Jackie H.16:37 25 Oct 19Alan and his team at Newlite were a joy to work with. I was delighted that they could replace my 1930's window with a like for like look, including invaluable insightful information regarding the best type of glass to use for a house of that era, but obviously updated so that the window was far better insulated than the original old wooden frame which was starting to rot. On the day of the window fitting the men were polite and courteous, made sure that there was no mess, and completed the job easily within the day. I am astounded that the new window looks virtually the same as the original, well done!Jackie H.16:33 25 Oct 19Thank you Alan and team for the windows in our sun room. Martin and Wayne did an excellent job and were hardworking all the time (apart from cups of tea. You missed out on that Alan)Would recommend Newlite to anyone who wants good quality, clean and tidy workmanship, also at a reasonable price.Jeanette H.14:41 22 Oct 19Extremely happy with my new conservatory with the help and advice from Alan its exactly what I wanted.Martin and his team did a brilliant job , it has totally transformed our home ,would definitely recommend NewliteDi17:36 16 Oct 19really happy with the conservatory Alan & his team have done for me.excellent all round service.Di J.15:50 16 Oct 19My sincere thanks to Alan for the excellent assessment and repairs to a badly installed bi-fold door system and a tilt/turn window by another company at my property. His 'trouble-shooting' colleague Martin attended yesterday. I can attest to the fact that he is the 'Red Adair" of the door/window installation industry. He came highly recommended by Nick Dardalis of Aluminium Trades Supply website. His thoughtful, thorough approach soon identified three key problems, which were then addressed promptly and efficiently in a highly professional manner without casting any aspersions. A terrific service. I cannot praise them enough.Hilary B.12:08 04 Oct 19Alan and his team did and excellent job installing two very large windows that have completely transformed our dining room. Gone are the hideous white plastic windows from the 90s, now we have the view in to our garden framed by two gorgeous black framed aluminium windows.L D.18:10 12 Aug 19Very pleased with the finished new french doors - Alan's suggestion was exactly right, and Martin and Alfie did a very good job of fitting them with the minimum of mess and very quickly. The doors are very good quality as you would expect of the type, and I would definitely use Newlite to fit this make or any other doors or windows when needed.Val E.17:02 27 Jul 19I contacted Alan initially to enquire about a bifold door and window for my kitchen. I was so impressed with the service I received, I asked if he could potentially do some snagging on windows I previously had installed by another company but had issues with. Alan did a site visit the following day to take a look at the windows and within 3 days he had someone on site who had excellent attention to detail fixing all the issues we had - my windows look amazing! I’m not usually one to write reviews but I have already recommended Alan and Newlite to all my family and friends and I wouldn’t hesitate to contact him again.Dinah L.20:50 05 Jun 19Had Newlite come to fix a problem with my mums conservatory. Couldn't fault them. Kept me informed through out the process and were very helpful.Lisa H.16:09 21 May 19Really pleased with latest installation from Newlite the bi-fold doors look great!Jo B.18:03 16 May 19A good all round product and very helpful and professional team. Very impressed by their willingness to get the job done right and on time. We were kept in the loop by management at all time.Andrew S.09:35 04 May 19Brilliant experience dealing with the Newlite team. Excellent communication, trustworthy and very reliable. My windows look absolutely incredible. I’ve already recommended to one friend and won’t hesistate to recommend to more.Candice J.06:20 19 Apr 19I'm so super happy with Alan, his team and most importantly the product. Alan knew exactly what we wanted and provided a sleek, affordable solution - much better than I anticipated. Great communication from quote to installation. We just need to save up to have the rest of our house done next and we'll be sure to get Newlite back in for this too.Louisa H.13:37 15 Apr 19We have recently had a conservatory built, by-fold doors installed and the glass replaced in existing double glazing units by Newlite. Their quote was extremely competitive and all of the products have been of a high standard, as has the workmanship of the people from Newlite. Everyone from the guys that dug the foundations and built the walls through to Martin and his assistant who did the frame and glasswork was extremely friendly and efficient, always leaving the site as tidy as possible at the end of the day.We now have a fantastic conservatory with blinds set into the windows and under floor heating.We would not hesitate to use Newlite again in the future and would definitely recommend them.Many thanks to Alan and his team.John M.15:48 10 Apr 19Fiona, East Kent. Alan did an excellent job helping me select windows and doors for a major house refurbishment. They look stunning. He later went out of his way to get the manufacturer to rectify some minor faults, and made sure everything was operating properly. As did his fitter Martin. His customer service is excellent.Fiona S W.13:52 03 Apr 19Very pleased with the supply and fit of my window and door. All very straightforward and will definitely use Newlite again in the future 🙂Andrea F.10:30 22 Mar 19Wow, what an incredible job the guys have done.From someone who had been messed about by a national company, I was naturally dubious of all firms... Alan immediately put my mind at rest, no nonsense, no hard sell - simply backing himself and his company and putting my mind at ease.Communication through the whole process was as promised, timely and clear. Excellent.Now the fitting, Martin and Connor were gents, respectful, diligent, hardworking and polite. All I can say is quality, absolute quality.Would have no hesitation recommending this company to others, would use them again tomorrow if I needed too. What a cracking find. Hope more work is directed through from the work they done on my home.Bennibenj17:19 21 Mar 19Wow, what an incredible job the guys have done.From someone who had been messed about by a national company, I was naturally dubious of all firms... Alan immediately put my mind at rest, no nonsense, no hard sell - simply backing himself and his company and putting my mind at ease.Communication through the whole process was as promised, timely and clear. Excellent.Now the fitting, Martin and Connor were gents, respectful, diligent, hardworking and polite. All I can say is quality, absolute quality.Would have no hesitation recommending this company to others, would use them again tomorrow if I needed too. What a cracking find. Hope more work is directed through from the work they done on my home.Ben C.17:16 21 Mar 19Absolutely delighted with the job completed by Alan and his team. Totally professional and courteous throughout the entire job. Would highly recommend Newlite for any double glazing requirements.David B.19:58 28 Feb 19Polite and efficient service with a good well fitted product at a great price. Everything fitted to schedule with great care taken during fitting to get things just right.Brian M.13:26 21 Feb 19I have had a new front with french windows put onto a conservatory and new french doors put into a different property, and I can only give Newlite the highest recommendation. I have been absolutely thrilled with both installations. It is a family run company of lond standing and they give the highest standards of service and workmanship. They listen carefully and ensure that the design and fitting is exactly to customer requirements. Their installers are polite tidy, and considerate. They have excellent after care service if ever needed.Absolutley brillian! I am completely over the moon!Kym L.17:00 01 Oct 18Great price and very professional. Windows look great and a friendly service from Allan and Martin.Pippa W.08:57 25 Sep 18Very impressed with the quality of the windows, door and installation. 10/10Graeme C.19:16 04 May 16‹› Why Choose Newlite. The team at Newlite have been helping home-owners in Sussex, Surrey and Kent improve and add value to their properties for over 25 years. All of our jobs are subject to thorough surveys and evaluations. 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TitleHow much does a Conservatory cost? Conservatory Prices | Anglian Home
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DescriptionThis guide should help you get a basic idea of what can potentially impact the cost of your new conservatory, and how to make your purchase count. Conservatories can not only improve your home tremendously, they can also add value to your home. Read more in our Conservatory Buying Guide
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BodyHow much does a conservatory cost? In short, the cost of your conservatory will depend on your requirements. Conservatories can vary greatly in price and style, and because of the large range of designs and materials available, providing an accurate estimate without knowing your exact specification is often difficult. That said, this guide should help you get a basic idea of what can potentially impact the cost of your new conservatory, and how to make your purchase count. Working to your budget. There’s a huge range of potential specifications for your conservatory, which is why at Anglian, our design experts cater to your exact needs, including your budget. This means that all you need to do is tell us your requirements, and we can help you scale them up or down to fit your tastes and spending restrictions. When you choose an Anglian conservatory, you can rest assured that you're getting a great deal. Not only do we provide high-quality work and materials, but all our products carry the Made in Britain marque. Flexible finance. We understand that life can be much simpler when you have the option to pay big bills over time, especially when it comes to making home improvements. That's why we offer financing options to help our customers enjoy the improvements they wish to make to their homes without having to worry about the impact of the cost. You can find out more about our finance options. Value-adding potential. With the right specifications, a conservatory could add value to your home. This means that not only will you personally benefit from the extra room, but you could also receive a long-term return when the time comes to sell your property. If you’re looking for a return on your investment, take a look at our guide on whether conservatories can add value to your home. Our Accreditations. The British Board of Agrement provides certification on the quality of our products. Windows with a WER rating of A or above can be registered with the Energy Saving Trust. TrustMark is a government endorsed not-for-profit organisation that operates through more than 30 scheme operators. Anglian is a leading member of the Glass and Glazing Federation (GGF). Certifies products made from start to finish in a British factory by British craftspeople. Independent service that deals with disputes between registered businesses and consumers. 6 steps to your new conservatory. 1. Free no-obligation quote. 2. We carry out a detailed survey. 3. We make your conservatory. 4. We lay the foundations and build your conservatory. 5. We take payment. 6. We guarantee our work. Want to speak to an advisor? Give our team a call on 0800 500 600 We respect your privacy and do not sell data about your enquiry to third parties. By providing your details you agree to being contacted under the terms of our privacy policy.
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TitleBJH Windows and Conservatories - Triple & Double Glazing Specialists
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BodyBJH Windows Email info@bjhwindows.co.uk Call for advice 023 9232 4855 Book a virtual meeting 023 9232 4855 info@bjhwindows.co.uk Book a virtual meeting Stylish Conservatories & Orangeries Conservatories & Orangeries are a wonderful addition to any home, they add extra space and also add value to your property. See more on conservatories, orangeries and replacement roofs. View our products Proud to be partnered with Internorm BJH Windows are proud to announce that we are an Internorm distributor offering the stunning range of Internorm windows & doors to the South of England. View our products Luxury, Bespoke Doors BJH Windows supply fit and install luxury doors including sliding, bi-fold, PVC-u patio & french doors, composite doors and PVC-u front & back doors. View our products Windows Designed To Suit Your Property We offer a wide range of pvc-u, aluminium and composite windows. View our products Windows for Conservatories We supply, fit and install made to measure windows for conservatories & orangeries. View Products Welcome to BJH Windows & Conservatories. We supply and install double glazing, triple glazing, sculptured frames, orangeries, conservatories, replacement conservatory roofs, windows for conservatories, bi-folding doors, french doors, composite doors, roller shutter garage doors plus doors in PVCu, aluminium & hardwoods. We also supply and fit roofline products such as fascias, soffits, guttering & bargeboards. We are based in Hampshire and can supply fit & install windows and conservatories in the Isle of Wight, Portsmouth, Southampton, Fareham and throughout the South Coast. What we do. Windows. Doors. Conservatories & Orangeries. Porches. Garage Roller Doors. New Builds. Replacement Conservatory Roofs. Lantern Roofs. Guttering & Fascias. Why BJH Windows & Conservatories. High quality work at a great price. We offer unrivalled quality of service and expertise with the domestic, commercial & new build markets. Designed to last. And last. And last. We have over 40 years local experience and specialise in top of the range PVCu, aluminium & composite products. Friendly community & support. Our highly experienced, friendly staff will manage your project from start to finish. Our Portfolio. View all projects Havant Replacement Conservatory Roof. Havant, UK Hayling Island Conservatory. Hayling Island, UK Surrey Hills New Build. Surrey, UK Winchester Refurbishment. Winchester, UK View all projects How we work. Select your products/Contact us. Speak to our friendly staff and find out more about our collections. We can help you find the perfect style, finish and colour you are looking for. Installation. Our highly skilled surveyors and installers will manage your project from start to finish. Our installation team are highly trained and will ensure your project runs smoothly. Enjoy! The last phase is to enjoy your new feature to your house. Whether it is sitting in your new conservatory or being the talk of your street with a new composite door. Our aim is to give you the best product and finish. Previous Next Don’t just take our word for it – hear what our customers are saying. 5 star rating All the personnel involved in the construction of my conservatory gave exemplary service with great attention to detail. The product is excellent and I would not hesitate to recommend BJH. Mrs May Bedhampton 5 star rating Thank you so much for another professional job. All members of staff are helpful and cheerful and work extremely efficiently and everything is clear and tidy before they leave. An excellent product and service. Mr & Mrs Blandon Emsworth 5 star rating Extremely happy, windows and doors are an excellent quality and look fabulous. Luke and his teammate were punctual and worked quietly and efficiently. They did a wonderful job. Will definitely recommend. Mrs Coward Milton, Portsmouth 5 star rating The fitters were polite, hard working and got on with the job, even though it was heavy rain and strong winds most of the time. Made a very good job of changing the windows and cleaned up well after themselves. Mr & Mrs Leach Hayling Island 5 star rating We are delighted with the new conservatory and window replacements which have transformed the property. The electrician and plasterer were also excellent. We would have no hesitation in recommending BJH. Janet Laws Horndean 5 star rating I am delighted with the conservatory. Richard managed the whole process well, design, communication, organisation and quickly responded to any queries. All tradesmen I met were friendly and helpful. Ms Hepple Fareham 5 star rating The two men who came were on time, polite and explained everything well and were clean and tidy throughout. Mr Higgins Bedhampton 5 star rating Apart from some snagging problems, the team, especially Jack & Harry who deserve a special mention as this was not an easy installation due to the age of the property, as the windows have been in since 1948!! Mr & Mrs Wilson Horndean 5 star rating All members of the team worked hard and answered any questions I had, all were very polite. Nothing was too much trouble and they always cleaned up before leaving Mr & Mrs Bunnage Drayton, Portsmouth 5 star rating Very pleased with the work it looks really nice, all workers involved were very pleasant and got with their work, good timekeeping. Mrs Morrison Cosham Visit our showroom. Displaying 10 conservatories, 20 window & door styles including composite doors, bi-folding & garage doors, 20 coloured glass (stained style) & leaded units, Replacement Conservatory roof options, Double & Triple glazed windows, Heritage sculptured windows, Residence 9 or R9 Windows, Coloured & woodgrain PVCu examples & ‘A’ Rated glass.   Our opening times. Monday – Friday: 8.30am to 4.30pm Saturday & Sunday: closed Get Directions Contact Us Get in touch or download our brochures Email us info@bjhwindows.co.uk Call us 023 9232 4855 Download brochures View brochures Book a virtual appointment.
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TitleModern Conservatories | Nottingham, Derby & Leicester | Stormclad
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High-performance Conservatory Roof Replacement Options
10 reasons to choose Stormclad for your conservatory & other home improvement projects
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BodyModern Conservatories in Nottingham, Derby, Leicester & the East Midlands A conservatory is a cost-effective extension that will add home value. Their flexible designs mean they are ideal for a whole host of uses, including a dining room, playroom or home office. Whatever you have in mind, we're experts in building a conservatory that fits exact requirements. Book a FREE Design Consultation Pay only £99 up front with nothing to pay until 2023* Available until the end of January Get a FREE Quote Browse Our Conservatory Options. Be inspired by our stunning conservatory makeovers. Can’t decide which conservatory style is right for you? Visit one of our showrooms across Nottingham and one of our experts will be on hand to help! We offer a variety of conservatory and orangery styles and sizes, these range from sleek modern builds to classic Victorian conservatories. What’s more, we take all the hassle out of buying a new conservatory by providing you with a complete one-stop service that looks after everything, from initial design through to final installation. Styles & Materials Roof Options Modern Extensions Styles & Materials uPVC Conservatories. uPVC conservatories are low-maintenance, insulating and versatile. uPVC manufacturing techniques have gone from strength to strength in recent years, making uPVC conservatories the number one choice for East Midland homeowners who are looking for a budget-friendly extension that won't compromise on quality or performance. uPVC Conservatories. View the Range. Aluminium Conservatories. We install modern and insulating aluminium conservatories. If you're looking for a value-adding conservatory material that is virtually maintenance-free and highly durable, aluminium is the perfect solution. Aluminium Conservatories. View the Range. Timber Effect Conservatories. A timeless timber style, combined with the modern benefits of uPVC. A timber effect uPVC conservatory is the perfect addition to any East Midlands home for the best of both worlds. Timber Effect Conservatories. View the Range. Edwardian Conservatories. The traditional four-sided, pitched-roof profile light and space. Bringing elegance to your home, this evergreen design works well in small spaces and maximises your surface area with a rectangular base and high pitched roof. Edwardian Conservatories. View the Range. Gable-Fronted Conservatories. Gable-fronted conservatories are versatile and functional. Vaulted roofed conservatories make the ultimate garden centrepiece. Gable-Fronted Conservatories. View the Range. Lean-To Conservatories. Lean-to conservatory designs and styles to suit any home. A popular addition that's low maintenance and cost-effective. Lean-To Conservatories. View the Range. P-Shaped Conservatories. P-Shaped conservatories will add home value and living space. Our P-Shaped conservatories offer not one, but two unique spaces. P-Shaped Conservatories. View the Range. Victorian Conservatories. Victorian conservatories are a popular choice for traditional styles. Featuring a bay-front, steeply pitched roof and ornate ride details, the Victorian conservatory offers a classic look that blends effortlessly with your home. Victorian Conservatories. View the Range. Roof Options Glass Roof. A modern conservatory glass roof will let in plenty of natural light. When it comes to choosing the type of roof to shelter your new or upgraded extension space from the elements, it’s a decision that certainly shouldn’t be taken lightly. Glass Roof. View the Range. Tiled Roof. A tiled roof conservatory appears & performs like a home extension. Tiled Roof. View the Range. Solid Roof. Solid roof conservatories appear and perform like a home extension. Solid Roof. View the Range. Modern Extensions Orangeries. Bespoke orangery extensions will add timeless appeal and living space. These ample structures are built using more traditional building methods and can be designed to match the look of your existing property with pitched or flat roof options. Orangeries. View the Range. What are the benefits of a conservatory extension? Made-to-measure designs to individually suit any property Add value and style to your home Benefit from additional living space that can serve any purpose Conservatories don’t tend to need planning permission Using insulating materials, it will be a comfortable temperature all year Highly durable and weather-resistant Fitted with advanced locking security features as standard Get a FREE Quote A New Conservatory in Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and the East Midlands. Whether you choose uPVC, timber effect, or aluminium you can be sure your new glass conservatory makeover will perform as you’d expect of a modern glass extension. Every material has its own benefits, but they all offer exceptional energy efficiency, home security, and flexible designs. Book a FREE Design Consultation Conservatories Are Perfect For All Year Round Use. Our thermally efficient glazing reduces heat loss and intrusive noise, performing like your current home. Unlike old conservatories, our modern materials ensure for a comfortable temperature all year round and will let in plenty of natural light. Using supreme insulation solutions, our glass conservatory extensions provide optimal room temperatures with the very latest SMARTGLASS® technology in your conservatory roof and walls, keeping energy bills to a minimum. This ensures that when it’s hot outside, the number of sun rays coming in are regulated, so it doesn’t get too warm. Get a FREE Quote Do you need planning permission for a conservatory? In most cases, the answer to this question is no. However, there are some properties around Nottinghamshire, Derby, Leicester and the East Midlands where permitted development rights cannot be used for building a conservatory. Unfortunately, if you live in a flat, listed building, or a conservation area, you may need planning permission to go ahead to ensure you adhere to building regulations. Owners of homes in new developments may also be restricted by their contracts. However, if you are eligible for a conservatory, as long as the set building regulations are followed, you will not need to apply for planning permission – the requirements include: The conservatory must not extend beyond the rear of the existing house by more than 4 metres if your home is detached. The conservatory must not extend beyond the rear of the existing house by more than 3 metres if your home is semi-detached or you live in a terraced property. It should only be one-storey, with a maximum height of 4m. The conservatory should take up less than 50% of the land around the original house – ‘Original’ being the land that was there when it was built or as it stood on the 1st July 1948. The roof cannot be higher than the eaves of your properties roof. Book a FREE Design Consultation A Custom-Made Conservatory Design For You. Their versatile designs are made to measure to complement your existing home in Nottingham, Derby, Leicester or the East Midlands. Whatever your personal preferences and ideas, we can create a contemporary conservatory, traditional oak conservatory, sophisticated cream glass conservatory or something in between. Our expert conservatory designs can offer a range of decorative features, including crestials, finials and elegant hardware. With the floor plan, you can choose open plan ideas or have it installed as one sole room. We can incorporate authentic brickwork and roof options that will blend seamlessly from your current home’s exterior. All that you will have left to do is to have fun designing the interior. Dont get a DIY conservatory, buy a conservatory and get it installed by the experts. Get a FREE Quote High-performance Conservatory Roof Replacement Options. When getting a new conservatory extension installed or replacing your old and tired one, the roof is a big decision that will impact both the appearance and performance. With our advanced roofing options, you can be sure that they are highly energy-efficient, and have been rigorously tested to withstand even the toughest weather conditions. Take a read here for more on our range of roof options for both new conservatories and refurbishments. We offer the following conservatory roof options: Glass Roof: This style of roof will give you the look of a traditional conservatory. Perfect for those who want to add to the classical character of their home and let in natural light. Tiled & Solid Roof: These styles perfect for those who want to replicate a brick extension or contemporary conservatory idea. A tiled roof can effortlessly complement the exterior of your existing home. Book a FREE Design Consultation 10 reasons to choose Stormclad for your conservatory & other home improvement projects. 1. All of our products excel in security, performance, design & aesthetics. 2. We place value in providing our customers with superb customer service. 3. We’ve been in business for over 20 years, carrying out a large number of successful installations for satisfied customers. 4. We’re accredited by plenty of industry organisations and trade bodies, such as Which? Trusted Trader and Trustmark. 5. We make efforts to be an environmentally friendly company by recycling over 90% of waste that is produced onsite, not to mention our products are energy efficient to prevent heat loss. 6. You won’t be met with a hard sell. 7. We offer a free design consultation to help you achieve a home improvement that looks exactly the way you envision it. 8. We have a stellar reputation backed up by glowing testimonials and case studies. 9. Plenty of flexible finance options are available to help you pay in a way which suits you. 10. We strive to help answer any questions you may have, as shown in our FAQs and blog. Get a FREE Quote Conservatory Prices. Every conservatory is unique and the cost will depend on many factors like: Material Size Location The main consideration will be the size, large conservatories cost more than smaller ones in most cases. It’s important to talk to one of our experts about your project before it starts. This will give you an accurate price for your project. Contact us to get conservatory prices in Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. Get a price Get inspired by our previous projects. See more at one of our beautiful Nottingham based showrooms. We strongly believe that you should have a good look at the quality British craftsmanship that goes into every one of our windows, doors and conservatories. Our garden centre showrooms are open 7 days a week, so finding the time should be easy. Visit either our Notcutts Wheatcroft Garden Centre showroom or Brookfields Garden Centre showroom and our new Basford Road Show Centre to see our extensive range of windows and door styles and designs. Open 7 days a week, our Designers are here to welcome you for an informal chat and a coffee and give you expert guidance on everything that we have to offer.  Basford Road is by appointment only on Saturday & Sunday. Find Out More View all Case Studies Bespoke Design Service. Our designers are highly trained professionals who will listen to your requirements and offer you a solution that ultimately meets your needs. Hassle Free Installation. All of our materials throughout our product range are manufactured in the UK and fitted by our expert team of installers. FREE Quotation Service. Our products are bespoke items designed to specifically suit you and your home. Book your FREE one-hour Design Consultation today. Just £99 deposit and nothing more to pay until 2023!*. Our finance scheme offers a great rate of 5.9% APR Representative, with just a £99 deposit to pay upfront. Our Designers will talk you through our full range of finance options during your FREE Design Consultation. View Our Finance Offers 13,000 Successful Installations Over 20 Years. Neil Stacey. Had new door and side window. WOW, great quality, excellent fitters, Ben & Kyle. Had a guess at the price before a quote and they quoted £1000 less than I thought. The service, communication and professionalism of the company staff we encountered was 10/10 I would most definitely use Stormclad again. March 19, 2021 Marjie Todd. We are very pleased with our new windows. Thank you to Andrjez and to Simon for discussions on the design and the survey – so helpful. The installation went really well so thanks for that to Jono and Ben, they were very efficient and also friendly and polite. I would definitely use Stormclad again in the future. March 19, 2021 Steve. Even in a Covid world everything was done efficiently. Liaised with Dennis over email to save a visit for the initial paperwork, Simon came around for the measuring up and then once again (on request) we had Jono and Ben for the installation. Fitted in half the time quoted, fantastic attention to detail and exactly as we hoped for. Our second time using Stormclad and both experiences have been excellent. March 16, 2021 Mrs. M Ballantyne. Recommended, love the quality, efficient installation, cost effective. Has made our home very cozy, exactly what I wanted. March 10, 2021 Mr & Mrs Mann. Our new windows are wonderful. The service we received was excellent. I would recommend Stormclad to anyone looking to have new windows and doors. The staff are efficient and helpful and the filters were skilled and tidy. March 10, 2021 Jake Beaumont. Jono and Ben did an excellent job on what appeared to be a tricky installation. Professional and experienced they took the time to ensure we were completely happy with the job and answered all of our silly questions. Thank you both March 10, 2021 Read More Testimonials
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TitleConservatory Prices: The Easy Guide To Get Cheap Conservatories
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DescriptionA new conservatory means an investment of time, energy and money. Want to find out about conservatory prices before shopping around? We’re here to help!
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What affects the cost of my conservatory?
The conservatory installer you choose
The amount of base work needed
The style of conservatory you want
The size of your conservatory
The materials used
The glazing you choose
The amount of windows and doors
Heating add-ons like underfloor heating
The amount and quality of internal fixtures
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BodyCompare window quotes Save up to 40% in 1 minute. Free - No obligation Conservatory Prices There are many complicated guides to conservatory prices floating around, but here you will find simple price breakdowns as well as explanations of what could contribute to a higher cost for your conservatory. Read our easy guide to find out more! How much do conservatories cost? As a general rule, conservatory prices will fall anywhere between £6,000 and £20,000 for supply and fit. However, there is no hard and fast rule for how much a certain type or size of conservatory will cost. Conservatory prices can vary a lot based on: Whether you are buying supply only or supply & fit The conservatory installer you choose The type of conservatory you want The projected size of your conservatory The amount of base work needed The type and quality of materials and glass used The amount of openings (windows and doors) Added extras (underfloor heating, extra insulation) For a more detailed breakdown of what could affect your conservatory prices, see the third section of this article. Are you looking for more specific prices for your needs? You’re in luck! The table below shows you how much the most common conservatory types cost according to whether they are constructed with a dwarf wall or with full-height glazing. This does not include extras such as base work, fittings and installation costs. Nor does it include VAT. The price could easily double when one takes all of the extra (and taxes) into account. Conservatory Prices (uPVC) Dwarf WallLean-to£2,200 - £3,900 Victorian£3,000 - £5,200 Edwardian£2,900 - £5,000 Fu