Conservatories

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Building a conservatory is a great way to create additional space in your home. They are less hassle to build than an extension, and can add significant value to your property. They also increase the amount of daylight in your home, which can make it feel even bigger.

Product Overview

Types of Conservatory Material

uPVC
Wood
Aluminium
uPVC

uPVC

Unplasticised polyvinyl chloride, known as uPVC, is a popular material for conservatory window and door frames. It’s long-lasting, weather resistant, and needs very little maintenance. You can also recycle it if you choose to replace your frames.

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Wood

Wood

Wood is also used for conservatory window and door frames. It’s popular mainly because of its aesthetic appeal; many people think it looks better than uPVC, particularly in period properties. It’s also energy efficient, and fully recyclable.

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Aluminium

Aluminium

Aluminium is another material used for conservatory window and door frames. Like wood, aluminium is popular because of its appearance; it can look stylish, particularly in modern buildings. Aluminium frames are durable, strong, and available in lots of different shapes and sizes.

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Estimated budget

£3,000
Low Estimate
£20,000
High Estimate

Costs vary for conservatories, depending on a number of factors:the

  • the design you choose
  • the size of your property
  • the size of conservatory you would like
  • your location

To get an accurate price for your conservatory project, get up to 4 quotes from reliable companies.

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