uPVC conservatory supply and installation
If you want to add an extension to your home that will bring a wealth of space and light, uPVC conservatories could be perfect for you. Adding over £9,000 to your home’s value, they’ll see you make a significant return of investment and give you something extra for your home instead of relocating.
With the housing market in recession, many homeowners are opting to stay put and improve their property rather than move. Having a fantastic conservatory installed is a brilliant way to improve your home.
uPVC is a chosen favourite in the construction industry, with manufacturers preferring the material over aluminium and hardwood for a number of reasons.
uPVC conservatory benefits
uPVC conservatories are brilliant for homeowners on a budget, but still wanting a fantastic installation that will improve the look of their property.
With a new uPVC conservatory:
Increase your home’s value by over £9,000 ensuring that your get your money back in the future sale of your property
Enjoy the extra light and space in the summer, as well as winter. Conservatories are built to be energy efficient meaning you’ll keep warm in the colder months without having to splash out on heating bills
Have a brilliant access point to the garden, which can be enjoyed all through the year. With French doors incorporated into the design you’ll have a fantastic end product
Choose from a range of colours and separate your home from the crowd with woodgrain effects that will improve the look of your property. You no longer have to pick the bright white finish to benefit from uPVC
Why choose uPVC for my conservatory?
uPVC is highly valued as a construction material in the windows, doors and conservatory industries. This is because of a number of benefits not found in other products such as aluminium and hardwood.
One of the biggest reasons for uPVC’s popularity is its price. It’s far cheaper than both aluminium and wooden frames, making it a cost effective purchase brilliant for those on a budget.
And despite this, it still harbours a number of fantastic benefits including durability and weather resistance. With a uPVC conservatory you can be sure to have something that’ll last well for years without heavy maintenance needed.
uPVC won’t rot, warp or bow, leaving it in a great condition for many years to come. On top of this it’s manufactured with stabilisers and additives to protect it from the sun’s natural UV rays.
uPVC conservatory quotes
uPVC conservatories are one of the best home improvements you can make to your home, giving you a wealth of space and light.
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Local Conservatory Projects
Reviews of conservatory companies
By Mr Ian S.
Emerald Home Improvements
Never turned up on arranged day
By Mrs Angela J.
The Window Company
Very professional in his presentation. Clear and easily understand explanation on all aspects on the process of having a conservatory built.
VERDI HOME IMPROVEMENTS LIMITED
Professional and clear in explaining the process of having a conservatory built.
By Mr Peter S.
GUARDIAN IMPROVEMENTS (UK) LTD
Didn’t supply quote as promised
By Mr. Malcolm G.
Emerald Home Improvements
Very good coms excellentto deal with
Conservatory activity in July 2020
Conservatory Projects in the UK in July 2020
|June 2020||May / June|
|Yorkshire & Humber||8,460||-15%|
|East Of England||8,350||-4%|
Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines.
Latest successful conservatory projects in July
By Mr DAVID J.
Excellent service, thank you very much.
By Mrs Laura W.
They found a company to do the work I want very quickly
By Mrs Catherine B.
You found us a company we felt comfortable with
By Mr Dishan P.
So far everything was good
By - Anne L.
Very quick to find a good local company.
Energy Performance of Houses
The below information demonstrates the energy performance of houses in Uk. Energy ratings vary from A to G, with A being the most energy efficient and G being the least efficient. The Energy Performance Certificate (EPC) rating factors heavily if you want to sell your home, as potential buyers will see just how much they're likely to be spending on their heating expenses. Property upgrades such as insulation assist to considerably improve a home's EPC rating.