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Conservatories Uxbridge

Installing a conservatory in your home

Installing a new conservatory in your house is a great way to add some life to your home, expanding the available space as well as increasing the value of the property.

Conservatories are a great choice for homeowners as they allow a lot of natural light into your house, creating a space that is ideal for relaxing in and taking the views of your garden. Having a home that often feels dark due to a lack of natural light can make the space feel much smaller and confined. A conservatory will not only essentially create an extra room in your home but also lift the other rooms in the house, creating the illusion of having more space and enhancing your home.

Adding a conservatory space to your home will also increase the value of your house. It is thought that having a conservatory installation can add around 5% to your overall house price. This makes getting a conservatory installed a great choice if you are considering moving house at some point in the near or distant future.

To find out more, get in touch with us today.

A Variety of Materials to Choose From

Whether you would prefer a uPVC conservatory or an aluminium one, Sovereign Windows are able to install a conservatory, utilising a range of materials. Whatever your requirements, our team are more than happy to go one step further so you can have the home of your dreams.

uPVC Conservatories

uPVC conservatories are an incredibly popular choice with our customers. Our expert conservatory team will help you create your ideal, completely bespoke conservatory in our extremely durable and low-maintenance uPVC. Get in contact with us on 01895 257222 to go through your specifications such as conservatory style, size, colour and decorative finishes. 

Aluminium Conservatories

Aluminium is up there with one of the hardest wearing materials available when it comes to conservatory construction. It will stand the test of time as well as all types of winds and weathers. Its durability also means these conservatories can support large amounts of glass panes.

If you would like more detailed information and advice on which type of conservatory would best suit your home, our team will be more than happy to assist you with any queries you may have. You can also request to see some examples of conservatories we have previously installed to give you some inspiration. Contact our team today.

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High Quality Conservatories

All of our conservatories are built with the highest quality materials so you can be safe in the knowledge that your conservatory will be built to last. Whatever your budget, we are sure that we have a conservatory that is right for you.

There are many styles of conservatories to choose from and we will endeavour to match the current styling of your home to create an effortless transition between your home and your conservatory. Our team of experts have been building conservatories for many years and have built up an impressive level of expertise.

Do I Need Planning Permission for a Conservatory?

The answer is likely no but sometimes you may need to obtain planning permission for your conservatory structure.

You can find out more information on whether you need planning permission for your conservatory installation here via the Planning Portal.

You can also speak to a member of our team for friendly over the phone advice.

Conservatory Styles

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With the high pitched roof Gable Conservatories offer a real sense of height and space, creating a stunning visual impact, internally and externally.
The Victorian Conservatory is classic and elegant in design. Versatile and aesthetically pleasing its sharp angled roof is softened by its facets providing a rounded and styled look complementing all property types. Made to your exact requirements, Victorian conservatories offer you complete control from the position of the doors to the colour of the frames.
Georgian conservatories feature a flat front and a square or rectangular symmetrical shape making the Georgian conservatory a great shape for laying out furniture with no wasted space. The Georgian conservatory has a high sloping roof, flooding the room with light and making it a bright and airy.
P-shaped conservatories are ideal for larger, detached properties, combining a lean-to conservatory with a Victorian conservatory. When you combine a lean-to with a Georgian-style conservatory, this is called L-shaped. T-shaped conservatories are also best suited to larger properties. It is very versatile, providing two distinct living spaces within one room. The T-shape is a combination conservatory featuring a central projection. It can be Victorian, Gable or Georgian in style.
The spacious two-tiered effect of the Lantern Conservatory makes it the perfect choice for pool enclosures and orangeries. Conveying an atmosphere of grandeur a lantern conservatory is also a practical where good ventilation is required.
Solid brick pillars help to blend orangeries into your home while large glazed areas provide light and create a sense of space for contemporary living. Orangeries represent the ideal combination of the benefits and looks of a conventional