A conservatory can easily recoup 100% of its value when it comes time to sell the home
A new conservatory can be an excellent addition to any home, especially when you look at the modern conservatory styles that have emerged in recent years. But whether you want a contemporary conservatory or something entirely different, you need a professional who can install it.
We are one of the best conservatory companies in the UK, offering a range of bespoke conservatory project options to provide you with the best new conservatory for your home.
We can build a brand new conservatory from scratch, update an existing conservatory, or work with you to design your dream conservatory from scratch. No matter what our clients want, we can provide the skills and tools to make it possible.
We are a professional conservatory company with a huge range of specialist skills, ready to design a brand new conservatory for your home.
We have constructed countless conservatory spaces in the past, following the guidelines of each client to ensure that they get the best new conservatory for their home and personal preferences.
Our team is made up of conservatory specialists with a deep understanding of how to construct a comfortable, stylish, affordable living space. Every member of our group knows how to handle the construction and refinement of home improvements projects.
As one of the leading conservatory design and construction companies in the UK, we can provide a huge range of conservatories for your home.
No matter the conservatory style, amount of new space or overall layout of your new conservatory, we can ensure that you get a new room you will be able to enjoy all year round.
Our team will work with you to provide the best conservatory option for your preferences and needs, digging deep into the conservatory design to find something that works for you.
With over 10 years of experience offering a range of classic conservatories and modern conservatory styles, we can get you your desired look and extra space with minimal disruptions or delays.
We have worked on countless home improvements in the past and know how to add a new space to a house effectively. We can take on the installation of your new conservatory and make sure that we create something perfect every single time.
Conservatory styles can vary quite heavily. If you are looking for your dream conservatory, then you need to consider the style that you are looking for.
Each one of our conservatories is made-to-measure, and our design process involves creating a bespoke conservatory for each client. With so many options on offer, it is important to understand the differences.
A lean-to conservatory is cheap and effective. The installation places the conservatory against your longest rectangular shape (i.e. non-curved) wall, making this conservatory a direct addition of extra space to your home.
The average cost of a lean-to conservatory falls somewhere between £5,000 and £7,000.
Victorian conservatories are some of the most popular we can offer. Conservatories like this use between three and five facets to create a bay window design, as well as a pitched roof to bring in more natural light.
Victorian conservatory options tend to cost between £11,000 and £25,000, depending on how much more space they are adding to your property and how complex the installation is.
Edwardian conservatories are square or rectangular, offering a lot more room to your house while retaining a nice design that can fit with almost any home style. This allows Edwardian designs to act as an entirely new room in your house.
An Edwardian design costs roughly between £10,000 and £24,000 to create, on average.
Gable-end designs rely heavily on windows, allowing for year-round natural light even during winter. These windows include glass lantern designs, adding some more style to the new living area as a whole.
These additions often cost around £2,400 and £8,500 at a minimum - more if you factor in double glazing or having to add more brickwork.
P-Shaped conservatories are very popular and boast plenty of style, as well as being good for adding more room. These also tend to draw in a lot of light and can be installed on basically any house design.
P-shaped designs cost between £14,000 and £24,000 on average, not counting other costs.
A T-shaped conservatory is excellent for any home with a lot of outdoor space, providing more living space while also giving you a great view of the garden.
This unique design allows you to do a lot of creative things with the conservatory furnishings but often requires more planning to get it right.
A T-shaped conservatory can be very hard to estimate the cost of, but most start at a minimum of around £13,000.
An orangery provides the same benefits as a conservatory without a glass roof, using a glass lantern instead. Other than that, they serve the same basic purposes, making them a very useful choice for people who want something a bit more stylish and unique.
A small orangery can be installed for as little as £7,500, but increasing the scale also increases the cost.Lantern roof conservatory
A lantern roof conservatory is like an orangery, except with more traditional conservatory design elements.Lantern roof conservatory cost
This stylish conservatory can be as cheap as £3,500, especially if it is being built over an existing design.
A tiled roof is only a small change to an existing conservatory, but it provides some excellent durability and thermal efficiency benefits.
The cost of a roof like this depends on the scale of the roof options and whether or not you are replacing the roof of an existing conservatory compared to building a new conservatory from scratch.
These two structure types are similar enough that many people confuse them, but they are different in a few key ways.
Orangeries use large flat windows, a detail from their historical context of being a traditional home extension. They also tend to have a solid roof, as well as more solid sections overall - for example, brick pillars and tougher roof options.
A conservatory is more glass-focused and is meant to draw in more light, using more windows as a result. These are more modern and suit a contemporary house better, but they also have fewer solid panels or surfaces (not counting things like dwarf walls).
The difference between traditional and modern conservatory styles is all based on what you are looking for. You can still install extras like conservatory roof blinds on either, and choosing a contemporary look will not lock you out of non-contemporary additions.
Think about the style you want for your property - look at the conservatories that we have created in the past if you want an example of how well-made conservatoires can look.
Conservatories cost highly variable amounts. Whether you are adding a solid tiled roof or just changing some windows, every additional detail and factor matters.
A trading style like Novuna Personal Finance can be a good way to keep track of your budget, especially if you are not sure how much the conservatory will cost to add to your property until the work starts.
The cheapest conservatories are always the lean-to designs. These are essentially just another room added into your garden space and can suit almost any home regardless of budget limits.
Choosing the right materials is important for any conservatory. Common material options include:
Conservatory roofs can come in the following standard options, as well as other bespoke options not listed.
Replacing the roof of your conservatory is always an option. However, doing so with most conservatories requires a lot of planning and the help of professional experts like us.
We can help you design the perfect conservatory plan for your needs, making sure to include any relevant details you might want to include.
These could be specific ways of keeping your conservatory cool (or warm during winter), particular conservatory styles you want to include, or even bespoke elements that you want to include for this specific project.
The planning permission requirements for conservatories depend on the kind of home you own since every type of home has its own limits and requirements.
For example, some rules may be more relaxed for detached houses since your chances of interfering with neighbours is much lower.
As a general rule of thumb, permitted development covers anything that does not alter the shape of your home too much. Permitted development means that you do not need to worry about planning permission.
Not needing planning permission means that the project can go ahead much faster. However, any changes outside of permitted development rights will require you to submit a request for planning permission.
Here are a few quick conservatory FAQs often asked by new customers.
Planning permission is vital for almost any project - those not covered by permitted development rights.
You can choose whatever style your like - none are specifically better than any others.
Additions like this can be a great bonus to your existing space or a new build. Only you can decide if they are worth it.
Conservatories can be as large as you need them to be - and as large as your property can actually support safely.
Working with professionals like us is always the recommended way of getting conservatories installed.
We can offer a massive range of options to suit every kind of customer. If you want to know more about what we can offer, take a look at our past work, or talk with us to find out the specifics about how we can give you the design that you have always wanted.
Feel free to contact us if you want to learn more about our work or conservatory options. We can discuss every aspect of your intended design or help you come up with a new one from scratch.
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