A conservatory is a room added to a house that is typically used as a garden room or sunroom. Usually built with glass walls and a glass roof in order to allow maximum light into the space, conservatories can be attached to the main house or be freestanding structures.

There are many reasons why someone might choose to add a conservatory to their home, for some, it is simply a way to add more living space and enjoy the outdoors without having to leave the comfort of their own home.

No matter the reason, Adur Home Improvements Ltd offers a full range of bespoke conservatories to compliment any home.

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Contact our friendly team today to discuss your conservatory needs. We will happily talk about the plans you have in mind, and will lend our expertise to ensure you get the perfect long-lasting addition to your home.

Conservatory cost

Typically a new conservatory will cost anywhere from £14,000 to £50,000 depending on what type you would prefer (lean-to, Victorian, Edwardian, or a customised variation), what materials are used, and how large it will be.

If you get in contact with Adur Home Improvements we can discuss what your needs are, and can give you a few options to consider, with no obligations for you to make any decisions until you are sure that the choice you are making is the right one for you.

Regardless of what conservatory style and size you choose, Adur Home Improvements will guarantee the highest quality workmanship and a conservatory that you will love for a very long time.

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Types of Conservatory

There are several common conservatory types that are on the market including P-shaped, T-shaped, Victorian, Georgian/Edwardian, Gable, and Lean-to.

We have given a little more detail about the three most common conservatory types in the UK below:

Lean-to Conservatories

A lean-to conservatory is a type of conservatory that is attached to the side of a house. It is a popular choice for many homeowners because it is relatively easy to install and does not require a lot of space. Lean-to conservatories are available in a variety of styles and can be customized to match the look of your home.

Victorian conservatories

Victorian conservatories are a type of conservatory that is characterized by its ornate, Victorian-style architecture. These conservatories are typically made of wood or stone and feature large glass windows, intricate moldings, and decorative eaves. Victorian conservatories can be attached to the side of a house or be standalone, and they are often used as sunrooms, greenhouses, or garden rooms.

Edwardian conservatories

Edwardian conservatories have a simple, elegant design, are typically made of wood or metal and feature large windows that let in plenty of natural light. These conservatories are often used as dining rooms, living rooms, or home offices.