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Price for a conservatory 3.75m x 5m with foundations etc is coming up between £7500 to £15000 Anyone recommend a decent price and can tell me why there are massive variations in price...the prices … Read More
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1w, 2d agoPosted 1 week, 2 days ago
Price for a conservatory 3.75m x 5m with foundations etc is coming up between £7500 to £15000

Anyone recommend a decent price and can tell me why there are massive variations in price...the prices include digging and building work etc
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1w, 2d agoPosted 1 week, 2 days ago
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#1
Well to get a decent price we need to know what you want. No one can just tell you a price without going through colours, size of Windows, roof, doors etc etc. So to answer your questions with a average the average cost for a conservatory is around £12000
#2
dalecool92
Well to get a decent price we need to know what you want. No one can just tell you a price without going through colours, size of Windows, roof, doors etc etc. So to answer your questions with a average the average cost for a conservatory is around £12000


what do you need to know?I'm going for white pvc...self cleaning glass, at the front of the conservatory is going to be French doors n to the right will be 5 panes of glass with Windows at the top...the left side is full white...will be Edwardian style...

I don't have a clue about pricing tbh...
#3
Don't buy a conservatory unless you want a green house attached to your home. You're better off paying the extra for a proper roof. Without roof insulation you will be hitting about 35c+ on a hot day without any ventilation. Plus you need to buy blinds as well.
#4
Just avoid Anglian windows for any work. Far too many variables to guess a price you will need to get several estimates and compare like for like. Ask neighbours/friends and family for recommendations too and good look.
#5
I don't know if they still do them but stay well clear of polycarbonate roofing. It's horrendously noisey when it rains and worse when it hailstones. Oh and make sure you check with your local authorities about planning permission. Pennine installed mine and said it only needed building regulations due to its size 4.5m x 3.5m. However I later found out that all building structures on my estate needed planning permission no matter the size.
#6
Kaos_KS
I don't know if they still do them but stay well clear of polycarbonate roofing. It's horrendously noisey when it rains and worse when it hailstones. Oh and make sure you check with your local authorities about planning permission. Pennine installed mine and said it only needed building regulations due to its size 4.5m x 3.5m. However I later found out that all building structures on my estate needed planning permission no matter the size.


I can second this. Planning permission is often needed and many of the builders will tell you it isn't. It's usually not an issue unless you come to sell the house... solicitor will ask for the written assurance from council that PP is not required... fun times trying to sell a house without PP...
#7
kester76
Don't buy a conservatory unless you want a green house attached to your home. You're better off paying the extra for a proper roof. Without roof insulation you will be hitting about 35c+ on a hot day without any ventilation. Plus you need to buy blinds as well.

My garden isn't southerly facing so downstairs is very cool, hopefully with the conservatory put in, then I'll have a lot more light and will warm up downstairs a bit. I'm definitiely going for glass though however, as I want the as much light to come in as possible, Cheers for the reply though
#8
longbowassassin
Just avoid Anglian windows for any work. Far too many variables to guess a price you will need to get several estimates and compare like for like. Ask neighbours/friends and family for recommendations too and good look.

I've got some of the 'major' companies to quote too and have been told £20,000 to £28,000 I must have mug written across my forehead and then they have the audacity to call back stating, 'Hello we have a offer on and we can offer you XX% off' no thanks!

Cheers for the reply :D
#9
Kaos_KS
I don't know if they still do them but stay well clear of polycarbonate roofing. It's horrendously noisey when it rains and worse when it hailstones. Oh and make sure you check with your local authorities about planning permission. Pennine installed mine and said it only needed building regulations due to its size 4.5m x 3.5m. However I later found out that all building structures on my estate needed planning permission no matter the size.

My permitted development rights have been removed as well, so I had to get planning permission as well. Similar thoughts at first however, builders were saying that I didn't need planning permission...How much was yours? and are you happy with it? What roof did you get?
#10
You would be better off getting an Orangery with a roof. I have 2 conservatories and I had the glass roofs removed and a proper roof put on. With glass roofs its too hot in summer and in winter its freezing and you won't use the conservatory that much.
#11
summerof76
You would be better off getting an Orangery with a roof. I have 2 conservatories and I had the glass roofs removed and a proper roof put on. With glass roofs its too hot in summer and in winter its freezing and you won't use the conservatory that much.
What was the noise like with the glass roof compared to what you have replaced with? Also, have you replaced with composite or traditional slate/tiles?
#12
devilsadv0cate
summerof76
You would be better off getting an Orangery with a roof. I have 2 conservatories and I had the glass roofs removed and a proper roof put on. With glass roofs its too hot in summer and in winter its freezing and you won't use the conservatory that much.
What was the noise like with the glass roof compared to what you have replaced with? Also, have you replaced with composite or traditional slate/tiles?
Insulated Conservatory Roofing Material Envirotile Roof. They keep in the heat in winter and we now use both conservatories in winter time. With the new roof you don't hear the rain like you do with glass.
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summerof76
devilsadv0cate
summerof76
You would be better off getting an Orangery with a roof. I have 2 conservatories and I had the glass roofs removed and a proper roof put on. With glass roofs its too hot in summer and in winter its freezing and you won't use the conservatory that much.
What was the noise like with the glass roof compared to what you have replaced with? Also, have you replaced with composite or traditional slate/tiles?
Insulated Conservatory Roofing Material Envirotile Roof. They keep in the heat in winter and we now use both conservatories in winter time. With the new roof you don't hear the rain like you do with glass.


Cheers for your reply...I'm only going with glass roof as I want the room to be bright...I'm guessing It'll be hot in the summer no matter what type of glass I choose right??

How bright is the room with the tiled roof and how much was it to change from glass to tiled? Sorry also what size is your conservatory?

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