If you are looking to add some significant value to your home or you want to create some extra space in your home, you may want to build a conservatory. Conservatories are great in the summer and can really compliment your existing property whatever the style. We have vast experience in building a number of conservatories over the years.
With our 10 year guarantees you can really trust us to create the perfect addition to your home. With most conservatory builds taking only 2 weeks, you can have a new addition to your home in no time at all.
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Like uPVC windows and doors, uPVC conservatories are a good choice for those looking for affordable conservatories. Now, uPVC conservatories can be customized in a number of ways and can even be given a wooden look if that is the style of the house. Maintaining this style of conservatory is easy and a uPVC conservatory has a reasonably long lifespan.
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The main benefit of having a timber conservatory is that it can be varnished or coated to perfectly match the connecting property. Timber is therefore a first-rate choice for more traditional homes. As long as the timber conservatory is adequately maintained, it will also last long into the future.
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Lean-To – The cheapest and most popular option, lean-to conservatories feature a sloping roof, so have the appearance of leaning onto the adjoining house. A great choice for those who want to maximise space.
Victorian – Victorian conservatories are a great addition and bring refinement to the property. Various styles of roofs can be incorporated into the design of the conservatory. Victorian conservatories often feature a small wall running across the base of the conservatory.
Georgian/Edwardian – Georgian conservatories are similar to Victorian builds in that they feature a small wall running across the front and sides of the structure. They are generally square or rectangular and usually built to match Georgian and Edwardian style properties.
Gable – These types of conservatories feature an upright roof in contrast to a sloping roof, which gives the impression of more space. These conservatories can be styled to match an array of properties.
P-Shaped – These conservatories tend to be a combination of a Victorian conservatory and a lean-to conservatory to create a P shape. The mixture of the two means that this is best suited to larger properties and brings a great deal of extra space to the home.
T-Shaped – T-Shaped conservatories are of course built in a T-shape and feature doors in the centre of the structure. A great addition for detached houses which feature a big garden.
Lantern Roof – A lantern roofed conservatory is where another roof sits atop the conservatory. This is an option only for the most luxurious and refined conservatory builds.
If your uPVC conservatory looks tired or you've simply become bored with the colour – you may want to give it a uPVC spray. A new and innovative way of painting your windows, doors and conservatories, uPVC spraying is an affordable and easy way to give your property a new lease of life.
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