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Our Conservatories, Extensions and Roofs

You can use the menu to navigate to your chosen extension (conservatory, orangery, glazed extensions and garden rooms) and style. You can also view our conservatory roof products.

You can also check our conservatory, conservatory roofs and extensions guide price table below to see what price you can expect to pay for your new extensions or replacement roof.

Alternatively, you can get a quote for a new conservatory or extension and get the most competitive prices by comparing prices with us and receiving conservatory quotes from local trusted installers.

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How Much Does a Conservatory or an Extension Cost?

Average conservatory prices start at £6000 and increase based on the size and material used. Your chosen style, colour and other options will affect this price as well. In this guide, we’ll take you through some of those key factors that affect conservatory prices, including the shape, size, style and colour. We will also show a complete breakdown of the prices you can expect to pay for each conservatory style and different sizes so you can get a better understanding of what price you can expect to pay for a new conservatory. For cheap double glazed window prices, choose Double Glazing on the Web.

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What Are The Benefits of a New Conservatory or Extension

Conservatories and extensions can have many benefits to you and your home. The most prominent ones being:

  • Add value to your home: Conservatories and Extensions can increase the value of your home and conservatories generally do not require any planning permissions. A typical conservatory may add more than 5% to your property’s value and a bespoke high performance one that blends perfectly with your house can add even more than that. You can add value to your home today by comparing conservatory prices with our easy to use tool and saving on your conservatory costs.
  • Extended living space: Conservatories are one of the most cost-effective way to increase the living space of your home. If you need more space adding a conservatory will prove an easier solution than moving home as conservatories are generally a cost effective way to add space and value to your home.
  • Better natural light: Conservatories provide a great deal of natural light to flood your home and also blends your garden and home together.

Improved Energy Ratings

New conservatories and extensions will have a much improved energy rating compared to conservatories fitted 10-20 years ago. New production and manufacturing methods and new designs have helped conservatories and extensions become an energy-efficient addition to any home that will provide a usable space all year round.

Range of Styles and Colours

Conservatories come in many different shapes, sizes and colours for you to choose from. You will be able to perfectly complement your home with a bespoke conservatory installation from one of our approved installers. You can also match the tiles of your house if you decide on a tiled conservatory roof or you can have a modern solid roof with roof lanterns for added natural light.

What Are The Average Conservatory Prices?

The average price for a new conservatory starts at around £6000 and will depend on the size, material and style of your chosen conservatory. Additional options such as a tiled or solid roof and roof lanterns will considerably increase the price of your conservatory. The size will also be a large factor in deciding the price of your conservatory.

Extension prices are considerably higher than that of a conservatory of the same size and extensions will generally require building permissions in order to be completed. The average price of a 4m x 3m extension will be between £24,000 and £27,000. This price will also be affected by the size, style, materials used and any additional features that you choose.

These prices are a guide only and you can see a full breakdown of the cost of a conservatory and the cost for an extension as well as conservatory roof prices if you only need an improved conservatory roof for your glazed extension. You can get a bespoke price for your new conservatory, extensions or roof by filling out the form on this page and you will receive the best possible conservatory price available in your area.

Average Prices for Each Style

These prices will be based on a polycarbonate or glass roof and are to be used as a guide only. Conservatory prices can change drastically based on your specification. You can view our full breakdown of each of these styles and sizes in the guide conservatory cost tables below.

Edwardian conservatory costs start between £10,000 and £13,000.

Lean-to conservatory costs are generally the cheapest out of all the conservatory styles and start from £8,000.

Victorian conservatories are a traditional design that starts at around £12,000.

Gable conservatories have a very distinctive style and start from around £12,000 to £13,000.

For a full breakdown see the conservatory price tables below.

What is Included in Your Conservatory or Extension price?

We’ll help you to understand exactly what the result from our double glazing prices tool will provide you with. You’ll have a completely transparent quote from trusted local installers, so there won’t be any hidden costs that cause your double glazed window prices to rise. Our honest and dependable window and door estimates will give you an accurate double glazing cost valuation for your installation.

The online quote you generate using our conservatory cost calculator will include:

  • A full technical survey
  • The style, size and colour of the product
  • Energy efficiency rating (whether A, B or C WER.)
  • Security features
  • Glass (a choice of standard, toughened or obscured.)
  • Handles
  • External cill
  • The full installation which includes all colour matched trims, fixings, silicones and sealants.
  • Registration with an industry body such as FENSA or Certass and relevant certification.
  • Removal and disposal of your old windows and doors.

Our quotes are wholly inclusive, so there will be no surprises later on. You will know up-front how much your new double glazing will cost, from the bespoke design to the installation.

Conservatory Costs

Conservatory roof prices can vary drastically depending on the size, shape and style you choose. You can have a look at our guide price tables for the conservatory roof costs you can expect to pay. Bear in mind that these prices are a guide only and actual prices may vary depending on what you choose. You can compare prices on new conservatory roofs or full conservatories and save on costs by using our conservatory quoting tool

The prices you’ll pay for new conservatory roofs will change mostly depending on the style. Not only that, you may want to opt for a roof that compliments the style, meaning you could end up picking a more traditional or modern ceiling. All of these decisions will have an impact on your overall conservatory prices, too. Use our price tables below to get an idea of how much you should be paying for full build and conservatory roof prices:

Lean-to conservatories are the most cost-effective option for your home. With a flatter roof and fewer parts in the design, they are cheaper and easier to build. However, their performance is as good as any build, and their sleek lines give them a modern feel that lifts your home. Find our prices for lean-to conservatories below:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3500 x 2500Polycarbonate£8,000 – £9,500
3500 x 2500Glass£8,500 – £10,000
4000 x 2000Polycarbonate£7,500 – £9,000
4000 x 2000Glass£8,000 – £9,500
4000 x 2500Polycarbonate£9,000 – £10,000
4000 x 2500Glass£9,500 – £10,500

Victorian conservatories are a more traditional home extension design. With features such as ornate, faceted windows and a bay front, they can complement classic homes with ease. However, modern designs feature plenty of double glazing to allow natural light to pour in. Find our prices for Victorian conservatories below:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3500 x 3500Polycarbonate£11,000 – £12,500
3500 x 3000Glass£12,000 – £13,500
3500 x 4000Polycarbonate£12,000 – £13,500
3500 x 4000Glass£13,000 – £14,500
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£13,000 – £14,500
4000 x 4000Glass£13,500 – £15,500

Edwardian conservatories are similar to Victorian builds, but they have a simpler design. Instead of a bay front, these builds utilise a square floorplan, meaning you can use your new space to the fullest extent. Not only that, you can customise the design to suit almost any purpose. Find our prices for Edwardian conservatories below:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3500 x 3500Polycarbonate£9,000 – £10,500
3500 x 3500Glass£9,500 – £11,000
3500 x 4000Polycarbonate£11,500 – £12,500
3500 x 4000Glass£12,000 – £13,500
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£13,500 – £15,000
4000 x 4000Glass£14,500 – £16,000

A statement addition to any home is a gable-fronted conservatory. Conservatories like this have a distinctive, high-pitched roof which creates more space. As a result, you can enjoy natural light throughout the year, and you can customise the roof with unique options. Find our prices for gable-fronted conservatories below:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3500 x 3500Polycarbonate£11,500 – £13,000
3500 x 3500Glass£12,500 – £14,000
3500 x 4000Polycarbonate£12,750 – £14,250
3500 x 4000Glass£13,500 – £15,000
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£13,750 – £15,250
4000 x 4000Glass£14,500 – £16,000

P-shaped conservatories maintain traditional appearances but with a touch of modern functionality. The P-shape combines both a classic and modern style so you can get the best of both worlds. Whether you’re looking for something that is going to bring a traditional look to a modern build, or you want something that is going to offer a more classic feel, your installer of choice will be on hand to bring you the perfect fit for your property. Find our conservatory roof prices for P-shaped conservatories below:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
5000mm x 3000mmPolycarbonate£12,500 – £14,000
5000mm x 3000mmGlass£13,000 – £14,750
5000mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£13,500 – £15,000
5000mm x 3500mmGlass£14,000 – £15,500
5000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£14,250 – £15,750
5000mm x 4000mmGlass£15,000 – £16,500
  • These prices are estimates for a fully build P-shaped conservatory with Dwarf Wall.

T-shaped conservatories combine two styles of conservatories to create a unique design. A typical T-shape conservatory runs along one side of the house, with a central projection in the middle – forming a T-shape. The longer part of the conservatory is usually Edwardian in style, with the central projection acting as a contrasting Victorian or Gable design. Typically suited to larger properties you can view our guide price for such a conservatory below or you can get an accurate bespoke price by using our comparison tool.

Conservatory SizeRoof MaterialGuide Price
5000mm x 3000mmPolycarbonate£12,500 – £14,000
5000mm x 3000mmGlass£13,000 – £14,750
5000mm x 3500mmPolycarbonate£13,500 – £15,000
5000mm x 3500mmGlass£14,000 – £15,500
5000mm x 4000mmPolycarbonate£14,250 – £15,750
5000mm x 4000mmGlass£15,000 – £16,500
  • These prices are estimates for a fully build T-shaped conservatory with Dwarf Wall.

L-shaped conservatories are an impressive conservatory design that combines a lean-to conservatory with an Edwardian design to create the ‘L’ in the name. They are the ideal option for homeowners looking to bring a large new living space to their home without having to undertake a costly move. These conservatories specialise in bringing you two different living spaces to utilise, each with its own charm and benefits.

L-Shaped conservatory prices can depend on a variety of different factors but you can use our online quoting tool to get a bespoke price for your L-shaped conservatory today.

Conservatory Roof Prices

If you are looking to improve the efficiency or look of your conservatory then a replacement roof might be a perfect choice for you. Recent advancements in conservatory roof design and manufacturing have made new conservatory roofs incredibly durable and efficient. They can also make your conservatory into a perfectly usable living space all year round as they have excellent insulating properties. You can see what conservatory roof prices to expect in the tables below.

Lean-to Conservatory Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
2500 x 3000Polycarbonate£1960 – £2396
2500 x 3000Glass£2136 – £2612
3000 x 3000Polycarbonate£2226 – £2720
3000 x 3000Glass£2422 – £2962
3000 x 3500Polycarbonate£2345 – £2865
3000 x 3500Glass£2560 – £3130

Victorian Conservatory Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Polycarbonate£3092 – £3778
3000 x 3000Glass£3302 – £4036
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£4260 – £5208
4000 x 4000Glass£4618 – £5644
5000 x 5000Polycarbonate£5718 – £6990
5000 x 5000Glass£6260 – £7650

Edwardian Conservatory Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Polycarbonate£3110 – £3800
3000 x 3000Glass£3320 – £4060
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£4366 – £5338
4000 x 4000Glass£4724 – £5774
5000 x 5000Polycarbonate£5910 – £7224
5000 x 5000Glass£6450 – £7885

Gable Conservatory Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Polycarbonate£3110 – £3800
3000 x 3000Glass£3320 – £4060
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£4366 – £5338
4000 x 4000Glass£4724 – £5774
5000 x 5000Polycarbonate£5910 – £7224
5000 x 5000Glass£6450 – £7885

Tiled conservatory roofs are an excellent choice if you want your conservatory to blend in with your home. Installing a tiled conservatory roof will also improve the heat retention and reduce outside noise and glare allowing you to use your conservatory all year round. Tiled roofs, however often require planning permission and are generally more expensive than glass roofs. You can have a look at the below prices table to see what tiled conservatory roof prices you should expect.

Lean To Conservatory Tiled Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
2500 x 2500Tiled£4050 – £4950
3000 x 3000Tiled£4455 – £5445
3500 x 2500Tiled£6058 – £7405

Victorian Conservatory Tiled Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Tiled£5832 – £7128
3500 x 3500Tiled£7056 – £8625
4000 x 4000Tiled£9856 – £12046

Edwardian Conservatory Tiled Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Tiled£5832 – £7128
3500 x 3500Tiled£7056 – £8625
4000 x 4000Tiled£9856 – £12046

Gable Fronted Conservatory Tiled Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Tiled£5832 – £7128
3500 x 3500Tiled£7056 – £8625
4000 x 4000Tiled£9856 – £12046

Georgian Conservatory Tiled Roof Prices

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Tiled£5832 – £7128
3500 x 3500Tiled£7056 – £8625
4000 x 4000Tiled£9856 – £12046

A double-hipped conservatory has a distinctive double-hipped roof. This classic design creates more overhead space, meaning that natural light can flow into your new living area from above. Additionally, you’ll be able to match the roofing, profiles and even the dwarf wall if you choose one to the colours of your existing property for a seamless fit. Find our conservatory roof prices for double-hipped conservatories below:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Polycarbonate£3538 – £4324
3000 x 3000Glass£3748 – £4582
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£4840 – £5915
4000 x 4000Glass£5195 – £6350
5000 x 5000Polycarbonate£6376 – £7794
5000 x 5000Glass£6916 – £8454

A lantern roof conservatory features a unique, dramatic addition to any home: the roof lantern. A roof lantern is a vaulted glass skylight that extends upward, creating a stunning view of the sky above. Not only that, it’s surrounded by the materials you’ll find in a solid roof, meaning you get a perfect balance of light and warmth inside your conservatory. Find our conservatory roof prices for lantern roof conservatories below or you can use our online comparison tool to get a free bespoke price:

Conservatory Size (mm)Roof MaterialGuide Price
3000 x 3000Polycarbonate£3538 – £4324
3000 x 3000Glass£3748 – £4582
4000 x 4000Polycarbonate£4840 – £5915
4000 x 4000Glass£5195 – £6350
5000 x 5000Polycarbonate£6376 – £7794
5000 x 5000Glass£6916 – £8454

Save Money on Conservatory Prices

In this comprehensive guide, we have outlined the costs you can expect to pay for a conservatory, orangery or extension. All prices are just estimates and can change based on the material, size and any accessories you add. 

The best way to save money on conservatory prices is to compare quotes from local installers. Using our online tool you can enjoy excellent savings on the price of a new conservatory or extension.

Compare conservatory prices online with our online comparison tool. Upgrade your home and increase your living space by adding a new conservatory, orangery or extension that will surely complement the look of your home. 

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