Conservatories Custom Made For Your Home
Is your conservatory freezing in the winter and sweltering in the summer?
If so, it’s probably past its prime. Luckily, we can help. We know a thing or two about what goes into a high-performing conservatory. We can repair your old conservatory or install a new one to last for years to come.
We’ll work with you to design the perfect conservatory for your needs and space. Nothing is off the table! We have years of experience making and installing conservatories in a wide variety of shapes, styles, and sizes. So feel free to throw any ideas our way.
Our contemporary conservatories are created using innovative, state-of-the-art materials and components, so you’ll have a space to use all year round. They also come with double glazed glass as standard, so it will retain heat in the winter and reflect the sun’s glare in the summer. We also have a range of conservatory glass options, like self-cleaning glass and glass with UV filters.
Want your new structure to make a statement? We’ll help you achieve a house extension that stands out from the crowd. Choose from our range of colours to match your existing home or create a stylish contrast to your existing aesthetic. Our favourite is anthracite grey, which provides a modern feel and also suits most surrounding buildings.
Torn between getting a full extension and a conservatory? We’ve solved the dilemma for you. Our hybrid tiled and glazed roofing option gives your conservatory that extension feel and allows it to integrate with the rest of your home.
Want to find out how we can help you transform your space? Give us a call today. We’ll be able to expand on your ideas and give you an idea about the timeframe and cost.
We’re proud installers of the Ultraframe range, offering modern roof systems such as Ultraframe, Livinroof, Ultraroof, and Ultrasky options. These innovative roof options allow you to decide how much glass or tile you’d like and bring supreme performance and aesthetics to match.
Find the perfect balance between light and comfort.
Trying to decide whether you’d like a solid or glass conservatory roof? You don’t have to choose between the two. Livinroof brings together the best elements of both. Install Livinroof and enjoy a light, bright and comfortable room, whatever the season.
Tiled conservatory roofs. Maximum performance.
If you’re looking for a tiled roof for your conservatory, you’re in safe hands with Ultraroof. As the lightest and strongest tiled conservatory roof on the market, you’ll benefit from a robust structure without the need for a tie bar. Unlike other solid roofs, Ultraroof is expertly designed to sit on old or new window frames and doors.
Conservatories for light lovers.
As Ultrasky Lantern has fewer and slimmer bars than other roof lanterns systems, it has the flexibility to meet most design goals. If you’re nervous about finding a conservatory to enhance the style of your home, it’s a great choice. The Ultrasky lantern will enhance both modern and traditional properties.
Whether you want to use your conservatory for entertaining, relaxing or family time, our aim is always to help you create a highly insulative, multifunctional space.
We know that everyone has their design preferences, and we want your conservatory to be as individual as you are. That’s why we also have bespoke conservatory options. If you have a uniquely shaped space to work with, then this might be a particularly good option for you. Similarly, if you just want to be able to pick and choose every detail of your new conservatory, then this is the best option.
After a traditional style? Take a look at our Victorian, Lean-To, Edwardian or Georgian, Lantern Roof, Gable conservatory designs. If you’d like to see some examples in person, drop by our Exeter showroom.
Don’t forget that we can also provide you with some replacement conservatory roof options. Whether you need a conservatory upgrade or a complete replacement, we’ll be able to get your conservatory performing as it should in no time at all.
If you’re ready to discuss plans for your conservatory, give us a call. We can organise a home visit to see the space you’re working with and assess your options.
Is it uPVC or PVCu?
Unplasticised poly vinyl chloride is commonly referred to as uPVC or PVCu. Both terms are correct and refer to the same durable plastic we use to create lots of our doors, windows, and conservatories.
Interestingly, the term uPVC is used because in English, uPVC is the acronym for unplasticised poly vinyl chloride. However, some people refer to it as PVCu because in the 80s it was formally changed to PVCu. This happened because the majority of European languages say the noun (PVC) before the adjective (u), and it made sense to refer to it as PVCu.
You’re still likely to hear or see it being called uPVC in the UK, so it’s good to clarify that whichever way it’s written, it’s referring to the same material.
Is it worth having a conservatory?
A conservatory is a great way to change the feel of your home. Many conservatory owners enjoy using the space to host dinner parties and entertain guests, or as a quiet area to read that feels close to nature. Alternatively, if you have kids, a conservatory can make a great play area that’s neatly tucked away from the rest of the house.
It’s rare that you’re able to add space to a property without having to get planning permission — a slow and often costly process, so it’s understandable that many people decide to get a conservatory rather than an extension.
If you’re after just a little extra space in your home but don’t want too much hassle, a bespoke conservatory might be the perfect thing for you.
Are conservatories cheaper than extensions?
Generally, conservatories are cheaper than extensions of the same size.
While a conservatory is mostly glass with either an aluminium or PVCu frame which is easy and fast to build and secure, extensions are made from a variety of different materials such as concrete, bricks, a roof, and windows. These things can be costly and take longer to install, so expect to pay more than you would for a conservatory if you go down this route.
Extensions also need to comply with certain insulative regulations, which puts the cost into greater context.
If you’re thinking of getting a conservatory but want to get an idea regarding cost, contact us today for a free no-obligation quote.
Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?
As conservatories usually fall under “permitted development” rights, you rarely need planning permission for a conservatory. You’re free to extend your property as you please as long it isn’t excessively large and the roof isn’t higher than your existing roof.
If you get in contact regarding a conservatory that might need planning permission, we will discuss this with you so you’re able to take the necessary steps to acquire it. Also, all our products are approved by CERTASS which provides a Building Regulation Compliance Certificate for any work we do.
To discuss how planning permission might impact your conservatory ideas in greater detail, contact us today for a chat with one of our experts.
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