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It has become significantly more costly to move house. Consider all of the payments and fees for relocating. There are the estate agents, solicitors and then stamp duty, that may very easily cost you thousands of pounds.

As such, improving the home instead has become a lot more popularly in the UK. Why waste money on moving when you could add value to your own home. And extensions have proved among the best ways to do exactly this.

You could think about using some wasted space in your home like the loft or basement and focus on a conversion. But extensions are a more desirable alternative for many reasons. Sunrooms are similar to conservatories, with plenty of natural light flooding into the extension thanks to big glass panes.

Average Sunroom cost in Glasgow

The regular cost of Sunroom is £20000. Costs can change based upon the materials and the firm picked. The upper price range can be as high as £23000. The material costs are quite often about £5000

Average price per Sunroom job in 2022

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£15,000

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£23,000

£23500

£17625

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£5875

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Prices based on actual Sunroom costs for Glasgow, as reported by local Quotatis members.

Sunroom installation cost in Glasgow 2022

Labour cost £14,000
Material cost £5,000
Waste removal £1,000
Time frame: 3-5 days

Sunroom searches in January 2022

Sunroom Projects in Glasgow in December 2021

15,071

Requests for quotations in Glasgow in December 2021

30

Requests for Sunroom quotations in Glasgow in December 2021. -25% change from November 2021.

82

Requests for Sunroom quotations in Lanarkshire in December 2021. 46% change from November 2021.

We recorded 15,071 requests for house improvement prices in Glasgow. Of these price requests the amount of sunrooms (type: modern sunrooms, conservatories, orangeries etc...) was 30. Quotatis was able to match up these clients with up to four suitable professionals that were readily available for work in Glasgow back then.

Source: Numbers calculated based on the search volumes in major search engines

Sunroom searches in cities and towns near Glasgow December 2021

30

Requests for quotations in Glasgow in December 2021

3

Requests for quotations in Helensburgh in December 2021

1

Requests for quotations in Dumbarton in December 2021

1

Requests for quotations in Alexandria in December 2021

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Requests for quotations in Clydebank in December 2021

Glasgow

Glasgow is the largest Scottish city, upon the River Clyde having a population of 592,000 and located in the West Central Lowlands. Urban relocation plans in the sixties led to a great deal of people migrating to new towns and suburbs and right now there are 1,199,629 people currently in the Greater Glasgow urban area. Maintaining and modernising your property is critical to holding onto and adding more value, so benefit from our database of vetted contractors to your benefit.

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24 Jul

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G22

Enquiry from: Subhan S

Start Date: Less than one month

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best time: any work type: upvc windows and doors conservatory quote: yes are you the property owner: owner what level of service do you require: design, supply & install property type: semi detached d...

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24 May

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G64

Enquiry from: John M

Start Date: Immediate

lean two conservatory or sunroom are you the property owner: owner what level of service do you require: design, supply & install property type: semi detached do you know what style you require: lean-...

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22 Apr

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G77

Enquiry from: Syed U

Start Date: Immediate

Call any time. New build or replacement: New build Brickwork present: No Style of conservatory: Orangery Quote requested on a conservatory, in PVCu, to be supplied and fitted.

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15 Apr

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G71

Enquiry from: Donna C

Start Date: Immediate

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29 Mar

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G33

Enquiry from: Agnes M

Start Date: Immediate

7meter squared orangeries extended to kitchen

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27 Jan

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G33

Enquiry from: Heather B

Start Date: Immediate

customer is looking to have a new conservatory installed. they are unsure of options so would like to discuss. confirmed interest via email/sms/ customer lives in glasgow area upvc supply and install...

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23 Sep

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G66

Enquiry from: Eva G

Start Date: Immediate

a conservatory built onto my living room. currently no conservatory there. are you the property owner: owner what level of service do you require: design, supply & install property type: semi detached...

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04 Aug

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G69

Enquiry from: Ciaran M

Start Date: Immediate

pass: 4 - call any time. new build or replacement: new build brickwork present: no style of conservatory: orangery quote requested on a conservatory, in pvcu, to be supplied and fitted. are yo...

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12 Jul

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G69

Enquiry from: Ciaran M

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customer made an online enquiry for a new conservatory. homeowner confirmed interest via considering a range of options homeowner lives in glasgow area upvc supply and install please call to arrange ...

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06 Jul

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G72

Enquiry from: Ruby A

Start Date: Immediate

are you the property owner: owner what level of service do you require: design, supply & install property type: detached do you know what style you require: orangery do you require a base: yes please...

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06 Jun

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G33

Enquiry from: William G

Start Date: Immediate

sunroom build from start to finish are you the property owner: owner of the property what conservatory are you looking for: orangery what conservatory are you looking for: orangery, upvc conservatory ...

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23 Apr

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G33

Enquiry from: James C

Start Date: Immediate

Customer is looking to have a conservatory installed. They are still considering options on styles so please call to discuss what would be best for their home. Homeowner lives in Glasgow area uPVC Sup...

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05 Apr

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G32

Enquiry from: Kayode O

Start Date: Immediate

Are you the property owner: Owner What level of service do you require: Design, Supply & Install Do you know what style you require: Unsure, I would like to see some designs Do you require a base: Yes...

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28 Feb

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G68

Enquiry from: Anne M

Start Date: Immediate

4m x 4m already have an access door. Radiator, 3 double sockets, wood flooring. Land flat. Would like a ball park figure.

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08 Jan

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G61

Enquiry from: Zac K

Start Date: Immediate

addition to open plan kitchen with 2m sliding glass doors as the point of entry. Needs one side (length) fully bricked with the other side and far end (width) having a dwarf wall and glass. 3x3 m dime...

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07 Apr

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G71

Enquiry from: Y

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5m x 4m orangery extension

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19 Sep

Orangery | Supply and Install

Glasgow - G63

Enquiry from: Brian W

Start Date: Immediate

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FAQs

what is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery?

It always an exciting decision to extend your home, be it adding to an existing room or building a new one all together. However, the problem starts when you realize there are so many options giving you a tricky challenge of knowing which to choose or where to start. There are great differences in renovations between homes, but a common question that remains is whether to go for a conservatory or an orangery.

There are large array of differences between the styles and knowing a thing or two about the special attributes is definitely a great way to get started. Let’s have a look!

• Orangeries are generally best suited to traditional-styled homes or with older property making use of matching stone or brick in construction. Meanwhile for a more recent or modern property, a conservatory will be the better option to add the flair to your property.

• Conservatories tend to be larger than orangeries, therefore if you want a smaller extension, an orangery would be your best bet.

• Orangeries are typically rectangular in shape and is traditionally a more regular building meanwhile a conservatory can be shaped to suit your needs. With an conservatory, you can get a T-shaped, L-shaped, curved, double ended and lean-to extensions to suit your preference.

• An orangery usually possess a flat roof at the edges with a glazed lantern section right at the centre. You can also find more luxurious orangeries having two or more lantern sections. However, when it comes to the roofing, conservatories generally have more options. Some are gabled or pitched, others are lean-to with a plethora of choice to finish off the roof.

• Due to the fact that orangeries are made of more brick than glass when compared to conservatories, they usually provide more insulation than their counterpart. If your goal is to use the extension during the winter months, then constructing an orangery is the best bet.

how much does an orangery cost?

After being in the shadows of conservatories for so long, Orangeries are now pulling a great comeback into the scenes. They were quite popular back in the 17th and 18th century, but went into the drawers with the advent of conservatories. In recent times, Orangeries are now becoming more and more popular with several homeowners now looking to have one constructed in their homes.

Like many other home improvements or extensions, orangery prices can vary based on a number of factors. However, you can expect to incur within the range of £15,000 to £20,000 for a basic orangery design and build. If you wish to build orangeries with more distinctive features, this price can jump up to £50,000 or more depending on your preferences. Generally, orangeries are more likely to be a bit cheaper when compared to their conventional extension counterparts and add more value to your home than a conservatory in terms of a resale.

For the best results, it’s advisable to investing good money to ensure a solid build and save money in the fittings. Do not look to cut costs by going for cheaper building materials like poor quality vines. Generally, interior design will always depreciate in value, but its the solid structure that command great value for resale purposes. Also, when the structure is solid and of a great quality, you’ll get to save a lot of repair money down the line as the cheaper frames will always give way with time. However, if you have the money, you can also consider spending huge bucks on both the structure as well as the fittings because its only through this you truly maximize the benefits from your orangery. When the fittings are of great quality, repairs won’t come often which ultimately saves you some money as well.

how to build an orangery?

Are you considering extending your living space into a visually appealing orangery? However, before you go ahead with the project, you may want to know exactly what you’re getting yourself into. It is rather important to let you know calling on a seasoned professional for help when it comes to building an orangery is the best bet especially if you lack proper training or experience. This way, you get to avoid costly errors while also saving yourself some time and money. Here, we’ll give you the needed information on how to go about building an orangery.

• Orangery Planning

This is, perhaps, the most important step when it comes to orangery building. There is a need to conduct a proper planning to ensure everything goes right and exactly the way you want it. The first thing to do is to perform the required planning permission checks to determine whether or not your orangery covered under the “permitted development. In some areas, there may be some strict restrictions as the structure’s size. So you just might want to consult your local planning development before taking any step forward.

You can contact any architect for help with the acquisition of the right planning permission. While doing this, also have it in mind that your plans will need to be approved before you can proceed. Once done, it can be very challenge to alter the plans without extra delays or additional costs.

• Construction of Orangery

Do you have any builder in mind? If yes, make sure you inform your architect to be sure he’s happy to work with them. The selected builder will take your plan and build the orangery to your taste as given in the plan. The fitter will put the doors and windows in place as well as the roof lantern.

do i need building regs for an orangery?

Generally, if you want to do a job, you can as well ensure that’s done properly. You may be considering building a small base for an orangery, but no matter how small it is, it just shouldn’t be done to any other than a compliant standard, and that’s whether or not an approval is needed. When it comes to building work which is covered by Building Regulations, you are required to comply (by the law) with the regulations and to make use of one of the two types of Building Control Service available. These includes the Building Control Service given by your local authority or the Building Control Service given by approved inspectors.

Regardless of the service you opt for, you’re going to pay but the preferred service may offer an advice before commencement of the project. The individual carrying out the building work is charged with the responsibility of ensuring total compliance with the regulations. Therefore, if you select to undertake the project by yourself, the responsibility is primarily on you. In the same vein, if you opt for a building company the responsibility would be the company’s, but you should always ensure to confirm this position before commencement of the project. You must also take note that you may be served with an enforcement notice if you fail to comply with the regulations as the owner of the building. So it’s advisable that you choose your builder very carefully.

There are a bunch of elements you may require approval for like the structural integrity, appropriate insulation levels, or the construction of a building over drainage or sewage. In cases where it’s obvious that you’d need building regulations, you can simply submit the building and planning application together at once.

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