There are an enormous number of variables that can go into conservatory prices so it’d be almost impossible to try to arrive at one ‘average’ price.
Instead, what we’ll go through in this blog are the variety of choices you can make when looking into conservatories that can affect the initial price as well as the total cost of ownership.
These can include anything from the style, to the size, build materials and the supplier you choose.
Depending on your home and your needs, there are several different types of conservatory that may suit. They all have their own benefits and come at a range of prices.
Sun Lounge Conservatories. A simple and popular conservatory that can come as a glass-to-ground installation or have a dwarf wall. They can be customised to suit your own personal taste, requirements and budget with different ventilation styles, roof vents, energy efficient roofs or solar controlled roofing materials.
Victorian Conservatories. These are rounded, with a number of facets at the front and are great for period properties. They tend to have a steeply pitched roof, giving a feeling of space and airiness.
Edwardian Conservatories. A little more modern – they are flat-fronted and more square or rectangular in shape. They are very versatile and can suit most homes.
Loggias. Loggias are slightly more ‘permanent’ than a traditional conservatory. They can be a beautiful extension to your home and come in a variety of styles and finishes.
Or you can always create a completely customised conservatory that mixes and matches different features to suit you.
These different styles all sit at different price points.
Plus, you’ll have to consider what extras you’d like to include. For example, temperature control installations like underfloor heating, radiators and air conditioning.
The cost can depend not just on the style you choose, but the specific finishing touches you require and the build quality your supplier offers.
While it may be tempting to go for cheaper materials and installation now, this could mean you’ll have to spend more down the line on maintenance and repairs.
And by choosing to go for initially more expensive energy-saving options you could save yourself money down the line.
The best way to get a feel for how much the right conservatory could cost is to get a free quote that takes into account your needs and taste. The right supplier can help guide you to a style that fits you and your budget.
Head to any of our Double Glazing showrooms in Surrey or Kent, at Chessington, Maidstone, Crayford or Westgate, or simply give us a call. Our helpful team can assess your needs, walk you through a range of options, and provide a competitive quote.Back to news