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Want a new conservatory, orangery, or porch? Top Tradespeople helps find quotes UK wide. Describe your project using our quotes form.  Requests are matched to conservatory and porch suppliers and companies in our UK network.  

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.




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.


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uPVC Conservatories

Long the most popular of all types of conservatories is the uPVC conservatory.  The uPVC conservatory is not so much a design as a type categorized by its material, rather than the style.  Within this type of range are further subsets which can include Edwardian, Victorian, Lean-To's, P Shaped, Verandah, T-Shaped.  uPVC provide an alternative to the hardwood timber framed conservatories and garden room structures.  Most companies who provide these types of outbuildings will help you choose the different types of materials and styles which would be most suited to your existing property.  There are not only styles of uPVC conservatories to choose from, but also different types of roofs and also glazing too.  For example, there are glass roofs, different types of glazing within the glass options and also polycarbonate or tiled roofs nowadays. 

Wooden Conservatories

Wooden conservatories can either be fitted with a hand-painted finish or more typically with a natural wood finish.  They make a good alternative to the previously mentioned uPVC conservatories above.  The majority of wooden conservatories are crafted from hardwood rather than softwood timber and traditionally are built with a half brick half wall base and top half glazed.  Roofs on modern wooden conservatories can usually either be in glass or again in polycarbonate materials.  Some suppliers even now provide a form of solar-roof designed to generate solar energy from the light captured in the roof panels.  There are also other options (dependent upon supplier) which relate to conversions of existing glazed or polycarbonate panels to a more hard-wearing and permanent looking tiled roof.  As always, the best option is simply to have a chat with the different prospective suppliers providing quotes.  If you know what you want doing in the first place this will help, of course.

If you live in a period property or a building which is listed (listed building), certainly, using rustic timber materials over the more modern uPVC material can really add to the authenticity and classical look and feel opening out into your garden or onto your patio area.  The wooden conservatory also means you have the option with many companies of choosing a paint finish in a wide range of colours, so go crazy if you want something different but traditional at the same time.

Glazing wise, most conservatory companies or suppliers now provide the option to have double or triple-glazing fitted to the window areas on the structure.  Ensure that any company you contract with has certification to carry out fitting of glass and glazing (if needed) and check whether any building regulations might apply wit your local building control office.

Edwardian Conservatories

Edwardian conservatories are different in shape and overall style to Victorian conservatories.  Again, these are one of the most popular styles of conservatory on the market.  Their traditional look and feel go perfectly with period properties but can equally fit with the more modern new-build type homes.  Unlike the bay style structure of the Victorian conservatory, the Edwardian is much more symmetrical in it's structure and framework.


Porches have come a long way since the days of the makeshift timber structure on the front of the building and there are now a huge amount of styles available, along with material finishes (usually uPVC or natural hardwood and painted finish hardwood).  As with many of the other glazed products, porches can be standard off-the-shelf sizes or made to measure.  Made to measure will often require longer lead times.  When comparing quotes for porches or any of the other exterior building structures remember to add as much detail into your quote request as possible, such as measurements (if you have them), or whether you would prefer uPVC or a wooden structure and if wooden whether a painted finish or natural wood is your preference.

Lean-To Conservatories

Ideal for the smaller home, a lean-to conservatory makes good use of small external spaces to provide the benefits of a conservatory but without needing a huge area of coverage.  That said, there are some huge lean-to conservatories on properties which span the whole exterior of detached or semi-detached homes.


A sunroom is sometimes referred to as a contemporary outbuilding.  These types of additional external rooms can be either built onto your property or are often added as a detached building entirely separate from the main home (particularly when they are built to catch the best of the day's sunrays (hence their name)).  These types of additional rooms are increasing in popularity and are usually available in a wide range of shapes and sizes to meet all needs.  Remember, when looking for quotes for sunrooms, again add as much information as you can about your preferences, sizes and materials.


Whilst conservatories tend to be glazed from top to bottom, orangeries always have a wall. Some configurations feature low walls all the way round, whilst 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.  To compare quotes for orangeries choosen window and conservatory specialists from the quote request form followed by orangeries when asked which trade you want to hear from.

Victorian Conservatory

A Victorian conservatory is a style of structure rather than a material based element.  This Victorian style is the most popular type of conservatory.  Both modern and period properties are suitable for this type of style.  This style of conservatory is usually made up of ornamental trims on the roof ridges usually in the same colour material as the rest of the conservatory.  There is also usually a bay front to the conservatory and the roof around the whole structure is sharply steep.

P Shaped

This is exactly what it says on the tin.  The conservatory is built in a P shape with a rectangular structure usually across the full width of a property rear and an extended bay area which forms the curve of the P.  These are again a popular choice, but may require more space than Victorian, Edwardian or Lean-to structures.

Conservatory Roof Conversions

These are a fairly recent entrant into the conservatory market and essentially provide insulation benefits which mean your conservatory can be used as a year-round additional room rather than simply a Summer season room.  The glazed panels on your conservatory are replaced with insulating roof tiles which are usually lightweight.  You can usually simply modify your existing conservatory with this new system and therefore another benefit is the extended lifetime on your existing structure.


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To repair/renew large listed conservatory.
Windows and Conservatories, Norwich Norfolk, NR11

Remove existing conservatory re site at another property
Windows and Conservatories, Bordesley Green Birmingham, B9

Lean to at rear of property with door and glazing
Windows and Conservatories, Stalybridge Tameside, SK15

Leaking from the roof of 5.6mx5.6m conservatory. some gaskets are broken in several places.
Windows and Conservatories, Ammanford Swansea, SA18

3x 3.5m conservatory to dismantle and put up
Windows and Conservatories, Glasgow North Lanarkshire, G68

Need foggy condensation removed
Windows and Conservatories, Tredegar Gwent, NP22

Experienced porch builder needed to build half brick, half glazed porch to front entrance of home in caldicot.
Windows and Conservatories, Caldicot Gwent, NP26

Dismantle and deliver and erecting
Windows and Conservatories, Birkenhead Merseyside, CH42

Small. observatory on back of house
Windows and Conservatories, Kilmarnock East Ayrshire, KA3

Replace pvc roof with tiled/lightweight solid roof
Windows and Conservatories, Bexley Kent, DA5

Dismantle a 13x10 lean to conservatory in york, transport and rebuild in thirsk on a ready made concrete base.
Windows and Conservatories, Thirsk North Yorkshire, YO7

To convert a conservatory roof size 3mx3.5m approx to solid roof and line inside
Windows and Conservatories, Inverurie Aberdeenshire, AB51

Porch to be installed wooden cladding removed and replaced with pvc cladding
Windows and Conservatories, Chingford Essex, E4

Glass conservatory roof
Windows and Conservatories, Romford Essex, RM1

Conservatory roof cleaning
Windows and Conservatories, Aylesbury Buckinghamshire, HP19

Damaged door , out of size should be made to measure so that it could be refitted with the use of existing double glazed panels
Windows and Conservatories, Lower Edmonton North London, N9

New polycarbonate roof
Windows and Conservatories, Gillingham Kent, ME8

I feel i need a new roof for my conservatory together with a few repairs on the conservatory
Windows and Conservatories, Glasgow Strathclyde, G69

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
Windows and Conservatories, Alfreton Derbyshire, DE55

Fitter required to fit a new upvc lean to conservatory with a mock slate tiled roof all components made to measure and just need fitting size is 3.200 wide x 2.400 deep
Windows and Conservatories, Mold Flintshire, CH7

Replace flashing on conservatory.
Windows and Conservatories, Brandon Suffolk, IP27

Changing conservatory to an orangery.
Windows and Conservatories, Waterlooville Hampshire, PO7

Conservatory quote in tullibody
Windows and Conservatories, Alloa Falkirk, FK10

Appx. 3.5 x 3 conservatory with maybe dwarf wall. one manhole cover .
Windows and Conservatories, Poulton Le Fylde Lancashire, FY6

Repair conservatory leak
Windows and Conservatories, Wadhurst East Sussex, TN5

To add a conservatory to our house and make appropriate alterations to the garden to accommodate this.
Windows and Conservatories, Scarborough North Yorkshire, YO11

New replacement upvc front door
Windows and Conservatories, Swinton Manchester, M27

Porch to be erected at rear of house . c. 8ftx8ft - with slated roof.
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2 sided lean to - porch conservatory made from wood with glass slanted roof double door entrance. approx 5 x 3 metre with dwarf wall
Windows and Conservatories, Eastbourne East Sussex, BN21

Garage door from the garden
Windows and Conservatories, Leighton Buzzard Bedfordshire, LU7

3x3 conservatory needs dismantling st albans
Windows and Conservatories, St Albans Hertfordshire, AL4

Replacement tiled roof
Windows and Conservatories, Audenshawe / Denton Manchester, M34

I need a new roof for conservatory. currently has plastic roof which has a hole in so need to replace sheet or hopefully new roof with better materials. need quotes please. thanks
Windows and Conservatories, Canvey Island Essex, SS8

Quote to repair wooden timber sin conservatory
Windows and Conservatories, Weybridge Surrey, KT13

Large conservatory to open off kitchen
Windows and Conservatories, Cheadle Cheshire, SK8

Lean to conservatory to form corridor on isle of bute
Windows and Conservatories, Isle Of Bute Paisley, PA20

Change conservatory in to a sunroom by insulating the roof and perhaps adding roof tiles.
Windows and Conservatories, Brandon Suffolk, IP27

Fit a glass panel
Windows and Conservatories, Epping Essex, CM16

Small porch to front of park home
Windows and Conservatories, Dollar Clackmannanshire, FK14

Replacing or repairing the double lined roof on our conservatory. it has a couple of holes on the outer skin.
Windows and Conservatories, Northallerton County Durham, DL6

Replacement conservatory roof
Windows and Conservatories, Barry Glamorgan, CF62

I want a window replacement but there isn't the drop down option.
Windows and Conservatories, Norwich Norfolk, NR3

Remove pergola with vine. build lean to conservatory, 3m x 4m onto existing patio
Windows and Conservatories, Bath Somerset, BA1

I require advice and quotes for a conservatory including a base.
Windows and Conservatories, Sheffield South Yorkshire, S12

Leaking timber observatory in various places
Windows and Conservatories, Devizes Wiltshire, SN10

Hi, we have been given a lean to conservatory. we would like a quote for laying the foundation and installing the conservatory. the size is approximately 10x20m. if you can only do one element of this job we would still be interested. thank you.
Windows and Conservatories, Chippenham Wiltshire, SN14

Our timber frame single glazed conservatory is very old and rotted in places. we would like a quote to replace with upvc double glazing and upgrade to tiled roof whilst keeping the base.
Windows and Conservatories, Deal Kent, CT14

Wooden porch window and frame repair and front door/frame replacement
Windows and Conservatories, Holmfirth West Yorkshire, HD9

Update and extend existing conservatory
Windows and Conservatories, Newcastle Under Lyme Staffordshire, ST5

In summary, there is mould on the party wall in the conservatory to the rear of the house. the conservatory roof is clear of plants. it would appear that the problems in the conservatory are: • the flashing between the roof and the wall is poo
Windows and Conservatories, Witney Oxfordshire, OX29

A section of the upvc conservatory roof is leaking under reasonably heavy rain.
Windows and Conservatories, Ossett West Yorkshire, WF5

Need to install a used conservatory
Windows and Conservatories, Birmingham Birmingham, B44

Replacement lean to conservatory, raised up to level of house floor.
Windows and Conservatories, Solihull Birmingham, B90

To replace an existing single glazed lean to conservatory with upvc. floor to be built up so level with lounge so patio doors can be added next tax year. radiator and floor needed. one side to be opaque panels. steps down to garden also needed from r
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Edwardian conservatory 4.35m x 3.1m one side (3.5m) will be a firewall tiled roof. dwarf walls. patio doors on other side (3.5m side), opening windows and 2 roof windows (skylights)
Windows and Conservatories, Motherwell North Lanarkshire, ML1

We need a second hand conservatory being erected. the base has been build so just needs to go up. we will do all internal works. near canterbury kent.
Windows and Conservatories, Canterbury Kent, CT3

Remove old wood and replace with new upvc.
Windows and Conservatories, Loughborough Leicestershire, LE12

Replace a wood framed conserve with a high standard pvc system
Windows and Conservatories, Washington Sunderland, NE37

Take down old conservatory and replace with new conservatory
Windows and Conservatories, Bishops Stortford Essex, CM23

Roof replacement quotes needed
Windows and Conservatories, Reading Berkshire, RG30

Flat pack small lean to needs erecting, but probably also needs concrete base as garden slopes slightly.
Windows and Conservatories, Oxted Surrey, RH8

We would like a 3x5m lean to timber conservatory built on the back of our house. it needs to be mediterranean style and rustic looking. insulated floor, electric points, possibly heating and some decking. many thank!
Windows and Conservatories, London SE24 London Areas, SE24

I need someone to erect a conservatory, brickwork completed just needs erecting
Windows and Conservatories, Glossop Derbyshire, SK13

Replacement conservatory
Windows and Conservatories, Glasgow Glasgow City, G46

Remove existing conservatory and instal a dwarf wall conservatory. 4.2 metres by 2.7 metres. lean to style
Windows and Conservatories, Beverley East Riding of Yorkshire, HU17

Want a 4m x 4m conservatory.... 1 full brick wall, 1 dwarf wall and large french doors....with tiled roof.
Windows and Conservatories, Stratford Upon Avon Warwickshire, CV37

Medium sized conservatory and downstairs toilet
Windows and Conservatories, Basildon Essex, SS14

Fit a 3m wide x 4.5m depth upvc conservatory on existing brick base. labour only.
Windows and Conservatories, Barking Essex, IG11

I have a conservatory (12.7)by(7.7) full windows,flat roof and it needs a dwarf wall too how much would it cost to put it up and do the wall kind regards a davis
Windows and Conservatories, Northfield Birmingham, B31

Windows and orangery 8m x 5m in aluminium
Windows and Conservatories, Gainsborough North Yorkshire, DN21

To build a small basic conservatory onto the back of my house.
Windows and Conservatories, Eccles Manchester, M30

Leak in roof
Windows and Conservatories, Huddersfield West Yorkshire, HD7

Remedy leaks in roof of timber conservatory.
Windows and Conservatories, Warminster Somerset, BA12

I have a conservatory that requires fitting and a base
Windows and Conservatories, Leicester Leicestershire, LE8

I have water leaking down the wall where the conservatory is joined to the house. i would like someone to have a look at it and give me a quote.
Windows and Conservatories, Hythe Kent, CT21

Please could you erect my second hand conservatory lean to.. the base has been put builder let me down.had the money and now gone
Windows and Conservatories, Northwich Cheshire, CW8

A leak in the roof
Windows and Conservatories, Crewe Cheshire, CW3

Remove old conservatory and erect new one, the new conservatory is on site
Windows and Conservatories, Gloucester Gloucestershire, GL2

Cladding to internal poly roof with white upvc cladding
Windows and Conservatories, Stoke On Trent Staffordshire, ST3

4.7m x 4.5 m orangery in upvc
Windows and Conservatories, Epping Essex, CM16

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