Popular as ever, conservatories make great home investments and if you have chosen to have this lovely home improvement, then it is important to find the best conservatory price for your budget and project size.
In order to help you get started, we have built and developed our very own conservatory quote calculator. Our conservatory quote calculator features an extensive range of conservatory styles and designs. Whether you are looking for a Victorian conservatory, Edwardian conservatory or a Gable conservatory – our conservatory quote calculator has them all.
You can also view our full breakdown of the costs you can expect for each conservatory style, size and roof by following the links below.
Of course, conservatory style is going to affect the overall conservatory prices, therefore choosing your conservatory design will require careful thought and consideration. Therefore we recommend that you take the time to find the right one for you. Conservatory prices can be tailored to suit all kinds of homes. This means that it won’t matter if your home is modern, traditional, period, heritage, new build, or anywhere in between you’ll be able to get conservatory prices that are going to suit what you’re after.
Not only do you need to think about the style that will best complement your home, but also the style that will best suit your lifestyle. As a conservatory can be used for a wide range of purposes, you’ll have the freedom to choose what you want to use yours for. For inspiration, homeowners use their conservatory as a gym, office, living room, playroom, games room, dining room, and more. Your installer of choice will be on hand to help you bring the best for the conservatory prices that you end up with. This way, you won’t have to find yourself settling for less when it comes to bringing something new to your home.
Of course, this all depends on what you intend to do with your conservatory space. If you opt for a 3m x 3m conservatory, you will have a square floorplan, which helps you use your new room more flexibly.
There are many other factors that contribute towards the difference in conservatory costs other than the design of the conservatory such as:
It is important to remember that it is not just the style of the conservatory to fit your home that matters but also which type of conservatory offers you the most advantages to your lifestyle regarding how you use the space and spend your spare time. The conservatory prices are significant but so is the look and feel of your home. You can use our online conservatory prices calculator to get a free, instant, and competitive online guide price that will enable you to take all of these factors into account so you won’t have to worry about any hidden costs creeping up on you. This means that your conservatory prices will be honest, transparent, and easy to understand.
Your lifestyle will affect how expensive your conservatory will be. If you want a small space to relax, then this could be cheap and affordable. But if you want a larger conservatory for those weekend gatherings, you are looking at a more expensive room size. This is because if you are looking at a more expensive budget, this can result in more space to expand.
Another factor that will play into the budget for your conservatory is what type of roof you will go for. There are varying costs that come into play. For example, a glass roof is a sturdy material and comes with advanced double glazing, letting plenty of natural light into your home. so it’ll be on the more expensive side, whereas a polycarbonate roof is perfect if you’re on a budget because it is very easy to fit. That way, you can enjoy it for longer.
A solid roof provides many benefits for your home. It’s thermally efficient, and it will let natural light in your home. It creates a classic roof with a modern feel. It can also expand your living space. In comparison, a tiled roof is also a cheap way to rebuild because you don’t have to worry about affecting your existing style.
There are many different styles, colours and finishes that will help spruce up your conservatory. But how much or little personality will add to its overall cost. If you go for a more daring colour and more customisation options, you will expect to pay more money. If you don’t want to add a lot to your conservatory, then it will be a cheaper installment.
Another factor to consider is the number of windows and doors for your conservatory or extension. You can have as many windows as you desire, which will increase natural light in the process, and make your conservatory warmer and more comfortable. If you only want one door, this is perfect for if you’re on a budget, however, you also have the option of multiple doors too if you want to increase your living space. Multiple doors will also increase access to your garden and make it ideal for warm summer days, however it can increase the initial cost of your conservatory.
We offer both uPVC and aluminium finishes, which can vary in price. A uPVC conservatory is a robust and sturdy build while also being very cheap to install. In comparison, aluminium is a much stronger metal that keeps your home warmer and protected in the long run. If you have more money to play with, an aluminium conservatory will be a more suitable option. The material you choose will largely affect the thermal performance and the cost of your conservatory.
Each conservatory style is unique and provides different benefits. This is why conservatory prices can vary drastically based on the style of conservatory you choose. You can view our prices table for each conservatory style and compare.
The cost of a lean to conservatory varies greatly. It depends on the size of the build, so there is that to consider. If you have a small property that ranges from 3500 x 2500, then a polycarbonate roof is cheap and affordable, while a glass roof is more sturdy and thermally efficient. This means it will cost much more, especially if your home requires a larger space.
|Conservatory Size (mm)||Roof Material||Guide Price|
|3500 x 2500||Polycarbonate||£8,000 – £9,500|
|3500 x 2500||Glass||£8,500 – £10,000|
|4000 x 2000||Polycarbonate||£7,500 – £9,000|
|4000 x 2000||Glass||£8,000 – £9,500|
|4000 x 2500||Polycarbonate||£9,000 – £10,000|
|4000 x 2500||Glass||£9,500 – £10,500|
Orangeries and Extensions both have different benefits to a standard conservatory but they can be more costly. Orangeries are considered a more bespoke variation of a conservatory. They typically feature fewer windows than a typical conservatory so less natural light should be expected from an orangery. Extensions can feature a sturdier roof and also fewer windows but they would generally require building permission and will also be more expensive than the price of an average conservatory because of this.
You can view our guide prices in the tables below to see the price you can expect to pay for an orangery or extension. Please note that orangeries and extensions prices can vary drastically depending on the size and materials you choose.
The cost to install an orangery all depends on the size of your build. If you have a smaller house, it will be cheaper and more affordable, however, for a bigger home, it is going to be more expensive. You can pay anywhere between £10,000 – £60,000 depending on how big your house is. If you want to install a high end orangery, you could be paying between £45,000 –£60,000.
Conservatory prices can vary drastically as mentioned above and the different options, size and materials you choose will affect the price. You should consider all of these options when looking for a lower conservatory cost.
You can get the most competitive prices by comparing prices with us and find a trusted local installer that will be able to help you with all your conservatory needs. Get a quote today by filling out our conservatory online quote form. We are always happy to help.