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Aluminium Conservatories

Aluminium conservatories are a modern conservatory design that enables you to bring a cutting-edge degree of performance and aesthetic to your home. They offer a high-performance alternative to their uPVC and timber counterparts.

What are Aluminium Conservatories?

Simply put, aluminium conservatories comprise a high-performance aluminium frame that is able to achieve leading standards of performance and design. For all intents and purposes, they operate in a similar way to their uPVC and timber alternatives. However, as a rule they are able to achieve a higher standard of performance by default.

Over the years, they have undergone an impressive set of evolutions that have enabled them to stand out in the current market. With this in mind, they can achieve an exceptional standard of thermal efficiency, security, durability, weatherproofing, aesthetic, and design that makes them a worthwhile investment for any home.

Alongside this, conservatories can be fitted in a wide range of styles to make them customisable for a larger spectrum of property types. They are available in lean-to, gable, Victorian, and Edwardian variants. Each one of these styles offers their own benefits and charms, which your installer of choice can discuss with you.

It’s important to note that every aluminium conservatory can be bespoke-made, with your installer of choice offering you the freedom to bring something personal to your home. You’ll be able to choose shape, style, colour, size, and the interior design too. It’s never been easier to bring something personal to your property.

How Much Do Conservatories Cost?

It can cost slightly more expensive than their uPVC or timber alternatives. Although we are able to offer a guide price when it comes to aluminium conservatories, it’s also important to note that the final cost is going to be dependent on a few factors: including size, style, and any accessories you opt for.

A major benefit of it is the customisation and versatility that they are able to offer you. Not only does this help you enjoy the freedom to bring your ideal aluminium conservatory to life, it also means that you can reduce the stress and hassle that comes with getting something to suit both your home and your personal tastes.

Further to this, getting the right aluminium conservatory to suit what you can afford isn’t something that should cause you any stress. This is because even the most ‘basic’ aluminium conservatory design still upholds a cutting-edge standard of performance. With this in mind, you’ll be able to bring leading standards of quality to your home with ease.

Conservatories can also be fitted with a wide range of roof designs as well, which will enable you to bring a beautiful finish to your conservatory build. This includes tiled, solid, and lantern conservatory roof designs. Much like the conservatory design, choosing the right roof is going to have an effect on how well your aluminium conservatory fits into your home.

Our cost calculator will give you an instant quote based on the requirements you input, helping you get a guideline price for your aluminium conservatory. Once you have a guide price through this method, we’ll be able to put you in touch with three of your local, accredited installers.

What are the Features and Benefits?

Industry-leading aluminium conservatories are able to bring a wide range of features and benefits for you to enjoy, allowing you to bring a standard of quality to your home that will make your living space a wonderful place to relax no matter what the weather is. Due to the quality of the installers that we’ll put you in touch with, you can rest assured that the conservatories you are able to browse are manufactured using leading techniques. Alongside their impressive base level of quality, the style can have an effect too!

One of the most impressive elements is their ability to bypass the problems of outdated conservatory designs, keeping you cool in the summer and warm in the winter. This is made possible through modern innovations that aid in effective temperature regulation. One of these is to keep the warmth of your central heating in during the winter, while keeping the warmth of the sun out in the summer.

Having this standard of temperature efficiency installed into your home doesn’t only help you to enjoy higher comfort throughout the year, it could also help you to save money in the long run too! This is because you could find yourself relying less frequently on your heating to keep your property the right temperature. As a result, this could result in a lower heating bill on an annual basis. You could also find yourself with a lower carbon footprint too!

Further to this, conservatories are manufactured and installed to be as weatherproof as possible. This is made possible by the installation of intelligent weatherseals that work to keep draughts and water ingress at bay. This is important because having water ingress in your property can lead to damp build up, which in turn can lead to structural damage. Modern conservatories enable you to avoid any problems with this.

Aluminium extension also offer you a range of customisation options for the interior too, which means that the options for bringing a personal touch don’t stop at the exterior of the conservatory. This is because an aluminium conservatory can feature a plastered interior that captures a beautiful and authentic ‘room-like’ feel. Not only does this help to create a more comfortable living space, it also means that you can choose from a range of speaker and lighting options too.

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Conservatory Roofs?

Aluminium conservatories can be fitted with a wide range of conservatory roofs to help you get a complete build that perfectly suits what you’re after. Whether you’re after something that has a traditional feel or something that has more of a modern chic finish, you’ll be able to find something that suits.

Aluminium with a Tiled Conservatory Roof

An aluminium conservatory that has a tiled conservatory roof fitted is a great way for you to bring a harmony between a modern flair and traditional charm. This conservatory roof is the ideal way to capture the look of a classic conservatory roof, all without missing out on modern innovations and stylings that will make them a worthwhile investment for your property.

Example Prices

Type of Conservatory roof

Roof Material

Guide Price

Lean-To Conservatory 3000mm x 3500mm

Tiled

£19,950 – £22,050

Victorian Conservatory 4000mm x 4000mm

Tiled

£30,400 – £33,600

Edwardian Conservatory 4000mm x 4000mm

Tiled

£30,400 – £33,600

Aluminium with a Glass Conservatory Roof

Aluminium conservatories with a glass conservatory roof are a fantastic option for letting in large amounts of natural light while still keeping the elements outside. Due to the versatility of aluminium, it is able to achieve an impressively thin frame while still upholding all of the benefits modern structural integrity and performance.

Example Prices

Type of Conservatory roof

Roof Material

Guide Price

Lean-To Conservatory 3000mm x 3500mm

Glass

£9,975 – £11,025

Victorian Conservatory 4000mm x 4000mm

Glass

£18,620 – £20,580

Edwardian Conservatory 4000mm x 4000mm

Glass

£18,620 – £20,580

Aluminium with a Roof Lantern

Investing in an aluminium conservatory that has a roof lantern is a great way to bring a sense of modern sophistication to your home. A roof lantern works to bring a focal point to your property, making it the ideal option to place over a dining table or kitchen island. They are also surrounded by a plastered interior ceiling to capture a beautiful room-like feel.

Example Prices

Width

Height

Guide Price

1375mm

875mm

£2,057.70 – 2,274.30

1625mm

875mm

£2,211.54 – 2,444.34

1875mm

875mm

£2,365.39 – 2,614.37

2125mm

875mm

£2,519.23 – 2,784.41

2375mm

875mm

£2,673.07 – 2,954.45

2625mm

875mm

£2,826.92 – 3,124.49

2875mm

875mm

£2,980.76 – 3,294.52

1500mm

875mm

£3,130.94 – 3,460.52

1375mm

1125mm

£2,234.86 – 2,470.10

1625mm

1125mm

£2,409.51 – 2,663.15

1875mm

1125mm

£2,580.49 – 2,852.13

2125mm

1125mm

£2,751.49 – 3,041.12

2375mm

1125mm

£2,926.12 – 3,234.14

2625mm

1125mm

£3,097.11 – 3,423.13

2875mm

1125mm

£3,271.76 – 3,616.16

1500mm

1125mm

£3,442.75 – 3,805.15

1625mm

1375mm

£2,603.81 – 2,877.89

1875mm

1375mm

£2,795.60 – 3,089.88

2125mm

1375mm

£2,987.39 – 3,301.85

2375mm

1375mm

£3,179.18 – 3,513.84

2625mm

1375mm

£3,370.97 – 3,725.81

2875mm

1375mm

£3,562.76 – 3,937.78

1500mm

1375mm

£3,754.55 – 4,149.77

1875mm

750mm

£3,010.70 – 3,327.62

1875mm

750mm

£3,223.30 – 3,562.60

2375mm

750mm

£3,432.24 – 3,793.52

2625mm

750mm

£3,644.83 – 4,028.49

2875mm

750mm

£3,853.76 – 4,259.42

1500mm

750mm

£4,066.35 – 4,494.39

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Installation

There are several stages involved in the design process, which are usually as follows:

Quotation – Bringing the best of aluminium conservatories to your home always starts with the quotation stage as the first step. To help you on your way, you can visit our cost calculator to get your guide price. All you have to do is follow the simple step by step process to get a free, instant, and competitive guide price.

Design Process – Once you have this price, we’ll then put you in touch with three of your local installers. From here, you can get in touch with them to provide them with the price and specifications that you have. Once they have this, your installer of choice will be able to offer you a mock-up of your chosen aluminium conservatory design.

Technical Survey – Once you’re happy with your aluminium conservatory design represents what you’re after, you’ll then have a fully-qualified surveyor visit your property to take any of the required measurements. This information will then be passed on to your installer to ensure everyone is on the same page for getting the right aluminium conservatory for you.

Plans – The next phase in your aluminium conservatories journey comprises the planning, which uses the plans that are drawn up by the surveyor. This is the final stage before the build of your aluminium conservatory can commence. By this point, you should have the peace of mind that everything has been handles just as it should have been.

Fitting – Once everything has been signed off, your installer of choice can then get to the fitting of your aluminium conservatory. We only put you in touch with installers that work to the highest standards of professionalism, reliability, efficiency, promptness, and complete respect for your home and for your time.

Completion – That’s it! Your conservatory is complete and now you’ll be able to experience all of the best that aluminium conservatories have to offer you. It’s important to make sure everything is where it should be, and that you pick up your guarantee from your installer to get the peace of mind that comes with lasting quality.

Finding an Accredited Installer

Finding a trustworthy, reliable, and competent aluminium conservatories installer isn’t something that should be a stressful process. We’re here to support you in finding the right installer to suit you, ensuring you don’t become another horror story that homeowners hear about. We never deal with ‘cowboy builders’, so you’ll never have to worry. One way to check this for yourself is to see if they are involved in any of the following schemes:

The Double Glazing and Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS)

The Double Glazing and Conservatory Ombudsman Scheme (DGCOS) is a consumer protection organisation that has been put in place to help meditate disputes. In the unlikely event that you have a problem with one of their accredited members, you can rely on DGCOS to help you settle things in a quick and easy way. This is the only organisation of its type that is operating within the double glazing industry, so you now that you’re getting a unique standard of quality. Alongside this, it is not easy for an installer to become a DGCOS member: as they have to go through a stringent twelve-step accreditation process to gain their membership.

When you pay your deposit to a DGCOS registered installer, you’ll have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that your money is protected as it should be. For example, if the installer of your aluminium conservatory happens to go out of business during the installation you won’t find yourself losing your money.

The DGCOS does not charge homeowners in the event that mediation is necessary. It promises to:

Help fully resolve any issues free of charge;

Provide inspections (also at no cost) to help with product or installation issues (although this is not guaranteed and is at their discretion);

Help homeowners to resolve any disputes without any need for them to incur legal costs;

Provide access to a fund that can be used for compensation, thereby ensuring homeowners aren’t left worse off.

Aluminium conservatories installers must also prove their competence over time. That is to say, they are rigorously re-assessed to prove they are just as competent and reliable as when they first joined the DGCOS.

Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme

The Fenestration Self-Assessment Scheme, otherwise known as FENSA, is a Competent Person Scheme (CPS). This means that it is a governing body that is responsible for regulating double glazing companies across the nation. In similar way to the DGCOS, those installers that have FENSA membership have had to prove that they can uphold the standards of quality to do so. This means that if you are investing in an aluminium conservatories installer that is a FENSA registered member, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best standards.

If you want to check whether an aluminium conservatories installer is a member, you can use FENSA’s online search tool to find them. All you have to do is search for their name, their location, or their FENSA number if you know it. From here, you’ll be able to make sure you’re investing in the right standard of quality before you commit.

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Online Conservatory Prices – Our Role

We know that the installers we put you in touch with have been accredited to ensure they reach leading standards. However, we can’t say for sure which exact accreditations each one of our installers have. With this in mind, we recommend that you run a check yourself by visiting their website or by getting in touch with them to see what they can offer you.

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