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Quotes to Compare provide free, no obligation quotes for conservatories from local, trusted industry professionals in your area.

We save you time, effort and money by matching you with industry accredited conservatory companies. Simply fill in our form and compare quotes to guarantee the best price possible for a new conservatory.

Our aim is to save you the time and hassle of hours of research to get a quote for a conservatory for your home.

Advantages of a Conservatory

  • Increased space
  • Extremely versatile in its usage
  • Likely to add additional value to the property
  • Increased light and warmth from the garden
  • Huge variety of styles

Adding a conservatory to your home gives additional space and with an attractive design and style, long lasting and durable conservatories allow the opportunity to enjoy your garden all year around.

Not only will a new conservatory increase the space available it will also increase the overall value of your property.

A conservatory is often the first option many people consider when extending their home, and allows the preservation of the other features of the home, unlike a garage conversion or loft conversion, which inevitably mean the loss of the garage or the loft for use.

Conservatories are a delight in the summer, extending the home and bringing the sunshine inside.

And they are not as new as you may think!

Conservatory Types

Edwardian conservatories are inspired by home style and architecture of the Edwardian times, and have been in fashion as a conservatory style since then, thanks to a range of updated takes on the Edwardian design. Typically Edwardian conservatories have high sloping ceilings and make the conservatory area larger overall as a result.

If you are interested in getting an Edwardian conservatory, click here for free quotations.

As an alternative, consider an Elizabethan conservatory; a style of conservatory as old as Elizabethan times, that features clean, elegant and simple lines that make the conservatory part of the home, more than a feature of the home.

For more examples and to get a free quote for an Edwardian conservatory click here and complete our easy to use form. Three or more local businesses will contact with competing quotations for your consideration.

Lean-to conservatories.

Lean-to conservatories or sunrooms as they are often referred to, in effect are home extensions which usually require little or no planning permission requirements for the changes. Typically, they can include brick or cladding to match the rest of the home design, and uPCV systems are available in a wide range of styles and finishes, making the effect of the lean-to to be a fundamental part of your home.

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Victorian conservatories are identified by their bold but elegant designs, typical of the Victorian age. Naturally, they are a great solution if you are adding a conservatory to a Victorian style home, but such is their popularity and the range of finishes and features, they can be added to virtually any home as a feature that is both attractive and useful.

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If you have the room and the budget, a P-shaped conservatory gives the you more room and has the benefit of allowing areas to be created, and split, such as a dining room and play area, for example. The P-shape means a bay area and a rectangular area in the design, and can be made in a wide range of sizes and styles, giving you plenty of light in the home at all times.

The latest style to  comeback into fashion has to be the orangeries.

Orangeries were originally extensions to buildings to allow young citrus trees to be grown protected from the frost. Taking inspiration from this design orangeries, are becoming the popular alternative to conservatories, with a distinctly European style and design, inspired by orangeries of Holland and Italy.

Contact us for your Conservatory Quote

Whatever conservatory style you are looking for, Quotes to Compare has an online contact form set up to make it easy to get your details to conservatory companies that have experience in supplying and building these conservatories in your area.

Your requirement will be sent by Quotes to Compare to selected local conservatory specialists, both large and small, to ensure a wide and diverse range of quotations. It's the easy way to get a choice of quotes from a range of specialists, all of whom are local, all of whom know the area, and are interested in undertaking the work in your home.

Not only can we save you time, but the nature of competing quotes means you should save money through using Quotes to Compare.

The service of putting your requirements before selected local companies who wish to quote is completely free for you to use. This no cost programme lets you save time and money.

Its fast and easy just three steps:

  1. Fill in your details on our on-line form – it takes just moments
  2. Details are sent to local specialists who have been approved by Quotes to Compare
  3. Up to three local specialists will be invited to contact you, arrange a site visit and offer a competitive quotation to you so that you can make your choice.

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