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Getting a new uPVC conservatory, orangery, timber conservatory, sunroom or garden room for your home is a major home improvement decision.  It's one that could add value to your home, so important that you choose the right company for your project. Using our free service should save both time and money in getting the right people in.  

Choose 'conservatory companies' from the options on the form above, then type of conservatory as project type (e.g. Victorian, Edwardian, uPVC, timber, P shaped, orangeries, lean to, or even sunrooms, porches and garden rooms).  We match max 4 local service providers covering your area and you choose the best fit (no-obligation).

NB: Always remember to ensure quoting companies have references for past work, are fully qualified and accredited by FENSA (or equivalent) to ensure compliance with glazing regulations, when it comes to fitting conservatories.

Past Window and Conservatory Specialists Projects

uPVC Conservatories

3m x 3 m UPVC conservatory required to replace lean to. Electrics/radiator already there. Footings need extending x 1 m.
3m x 3 m upvc conservatory to replace a lean to

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Conservatory to extend conservatory kitchen
Conservatory extension to conservatory kitchen

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

Conservatory Roof Conversions

Changing conservatory to an orangery.
We have a 6 year old victorian style conservatory with glass roof. the glass roof has been problematic and now thinking an orangery style would better.

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

Timber Conservatories

Replace flashing on conservatory.
Falshing replacement on wooden conservatory

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

Conservatory Roof Conversions

At present we have a polycarbonate roof on our lean-to and we're interested in having this replaced with a glass one. it measures 2.6 metres depth x 3.2 metres wide approx
Lean-to roof replaced with glass

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

New replacement upvc front door
New replacement upvc front door

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Need new roof for conservatory as it is leaking.
Conservatory roof leaking and, posibly, a new roof required together with new supports for the roof!

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Quote please for fixing leak causing damp patches in common brick/plaster interior wall of me and my neighbours
Quote please for fixing leak causing damp patches in common brick/plaster interior wall of me and my neighbours modern lean to conservatories

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Replace old conservatory with approx 5 x 3 new
Replace old conservatory with approx 5 x 3 new

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Dismantle in coventry, transport to sutton coldfield re assemble
Dismantling, moving and re assembling conservatory

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Polycarbonate roof replaced
Require a replacement for conservatory roof

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

gas flue goes through the roof of conservatory, but panel around the flue needs replacing
problem with the panel around gas flue in the roof of a conservatory

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

Lean To Conservatories

Remove pergola with vine. build lean to conservatory, 3m x 4m onto existing patio
Remove pergola with vine. build lean to conservatory, 3m x 4m onto existing patio

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

uPVC Conservatories

Remove old conservatorie and replace with new upvc brown conservatorie
Remove old conservatorie and replace with new upvc brown conservatorie

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

Conservatory Roof Conversions

I feel i need a new roof for my conservatory together with a few repairs on the conservatory
Conservatory repairs

Trade Needed: Windows and Conservatories UK

Tips For Finding Reputable Conservatory Companies

Professional conservatory companies should be more than happy to come to your home to both measure the space you have available and give advice about what sort of conservatory would be most appropriate for your needs. They should not be overly pushy though – nobody likes being subjected to the hard sell, especially not in your own home. Professional companies will always put their quotes in writing either through the post or email, and if a company refuses to do this, it would be reasonable to have doubts about the way they do business. Similarly, any offers to do a cheap job “for cash” should be dismissed out of hand – not only is it against the law, but there is no paper trail, no proof of payment and no comeback for you should things go wrong.

The cheapest price you are quoted might not be the best deal, especially if the cheapest quote is provided by a company with varied reviews and who don’t appear to be acting overly professionally. Look at all the quotes you have been given, and judge them on factors such as the different types of conservatory on offer, how long the company expect the job to take, and their overall reputation. Confirm in writing to the company that you would like to take them up on their quote, and keep copies of all of correspondence with them. It is standard within the industry to pay around a 10% to 20% deposit when you accept the quote, but a reputable firm will never ask for full payment before work begins.

Good conservatory companies know that they trade on their reputation, and will employ workers who do what they can to keep disruption to a minimum and get the job done professionally. Once the job has been complete to your satisfaction, remember to give a review for other people who are thinking of having a conservatory built at their homes too.

Adding a conservatory to your home will both expand the living space you have available, and hopefully increase your property’s value too. Conservatories are not cheap though, and even the most basic lean-to conservatory will cost around £10,000 when you take into account the foundations, walls, windows and roof. When you are spending such a lot of money, it is really important to check that the company you are dealing with is reputable and trustworthy, and there are a few essential checks that everyone should do first.

Orangery Or Conservatory?

While conservatories tend to be glazed from top to bottom, orangeries always have a wall. Some configurations feature low walls all the way round, while some have a full height wall along one or more sides.

Another significant difference between an orangery and a conservatory is the fact that orangeries have inset roof lights (windows) whereas conservatories always have roof beams from the apex of the roof to the edge and are therefore fully-glazed.

Services

  • uPVC Conservatories
  • Timber Conservatories
  • Orangeries
  • Sunrooms
  • Lean To Conservatories
  • Victorian Conservatory
  • P Shaped Conservatory
  • Edwardian Conservatory
  • Conservatory Roof Conversions
  • Glass Extensions
  • Loggia Sunrooms
  • Porches

Types of Conservatories, Orangeries and Garden Rooms

Wooden Conservatories

P Shaped Conservatories

Edwardian Conservatories

Porches

Lean-To Conservatories

Sunrooms

Orangeries

Victorian Conservatory

Glass Extensions

Conservatory Roof Conversions

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