When it comes to Self-Build conservatories, we never compromise on quality. Our buildings are durable and come in a variety of stylish designs at a price to suit almost any budget.
Whether you are looking for an Edwardian, Victorian or Lean To Conservatory we have the complete package to enhance your home.
Unlike some of our competitors in the market, we only sell conservatory kit using the best quality materials available and never cut any corners such as not glazing our frames that risks you breaking expensive glass when putting up the structure.
The Edwardian is one of the most popular styles available on the market. This style ensures that you utilise the maximum floor space available. With clever double door positioning you can ensure that you get the best use of space within your design to make sure that walk ways do not cause corridors in your building blocking the position of furniture. This design lends itself nicely to go on to the back of most two storey houses sometimes with a full height wall on one side or both sides to make sure that you are not looking at your neighbours fence.
This is the classic looking conservatory adding style and value to any home. With its three bay front designs, great panoramic views can be enjoyed from every aspect. If a contemporary design is what you are looking for, this is the style for you. With a long ridge and a spoke roof, this design fits well into most surroundings without looking out of place. As with all of our conservatories, they are made with 100% virgin material ensuring a long life without fading, even in the most extreme weather conditions.
When considering a conservatory for a bungalow most people immediately think of a lean to design. The hipped backed Edwardian style offers the height of an Edwardian conservatory whilst still allowing the roof to slant back towards the bungalow. All we need are a few simple measurements and then we can instantly design your roof to fit onto the barge board and for the frames to go under the soffit. We can also do this with a lean to conservatory and a hipped back Victorian style conservatory.
This is the most popular of all of the conservatory Kit. This maybe down to price but is also down to the ease and speed of construction. It is a big favourite with the traditional builder as it is highly practical and versatile in height restricted situations. Sometimes called a sun lounge, the leanto can be a great dining room. With clean lines and simple design, a great living space is easy to create. Why not create your own online quotation and start saving now.
Very similar to the Edwardian or Georgian due to its square or rectangular footprint, the Gable front conservatory is a stylish addition to any home. With its large shaped frame on the front and its cathedral like interior a real sense of space can be created very quickly with this design. This style looks its best on taller buildings. These look especially good on the front of barn conversions as the entrance foyer.
With its clever roof design the P shaped offers the best of both worlds. Whilst maintaining the looks and the appeal of the Victorian conservatory it also gives the practicality of a lean to. It maximises the space available offering great value for money. The P shape designs are often overlooked as they look a lot more expensive than they truly are. Why not check out our prices, don't forget that you can switch the rectangle lean to part of the building to a tail left or tail right quotation.
In our view the Edwardian double hipped is the best design for a bungalow. No longer are you restricted by trying to fit your roof between the top of the door and the underside of the roof.
With its large box gutter the Edwardian double hipped can bolt straight on to the existing barge board. This allows the rain to run from your bungalow roof and into to a joint structural box gutter and away. The roof for this system attaches to the box gutter creating a fourth roof panel from the conservatory ridge, back towards the house wall.
This classic design gives you all the benefits of a panoramic view on the front of the Victorian conservatory whilst the roof hips back towards the house. Once inside this style of Victorian design you can see how the four roof panels interlock with the box gutter allowing you to project onto height restricted buildings. Great for single storey buildings such as out-houses or garages, the Victorian double hipped mixes classic design with flexibility and practicality.
This style gives a multitude of advantages in different situations. Firstly with its lean to style roof and hipped ends it is sometimes mistakenly called a hipped lean to. Although its style is similar, gulling conservatories have a cropped front corner on both sides. This gives it a sleeker looking footprint design that quite often fits into spaces that have an obstacle or are an uneven shape, but you don't want to lose the projection. Its ideals where you have a path running around the outside of the house
Planitherm is a low emission glass. This means that when used, you lose less heat from your conservatory than when using traditional clear glass saving more money off your heating bills. Planitherm glass can be toughened the same way as any other glass to maintain its safety properties but has the additional benefit of a thin metallic coating being on the inside of the unit. This type of low emission glass allows the sun's warming rays to pass through whilst reflecting any radiant heat back into the room from radiators etc. If you want to be selfish and keep those bills as low as possible this is eco way to do it.
Celsius One glass is another high specification glass similar to Pilkington K glass but without the large advertising budget so it is less well known. In terms of its performance compared to normal clear glass it offers a 72% heat reflection when used in roofs and increases thermal insulation by a whopping 50%. The advantage that it has over K glass when used in the roof of a conservatory is that it has an easy clean coating that lets the dirt just slide off, similar in a way to a non-stick frying pan. This can be achieved with the Pilkington range with a product called Pilkington active Glass. Celsius One is the best heat saving glass on the market with a U value of one
Celsius glass is another high specification glass similar to Celsius one. It was developed for the side panel and door glass of a conservatory. It has the same non-stick easy clean surface as Celsius one but not the reflective properties of the roof glass so you can see into the conservatory. It also has the best U value of any performance glass on the market.
Easy To Assemble Self Build Conservatories Kit
Our Self build conservatory Kit are easy to assemble using Konnect Technology and are manufactured with top quality materials making them built to last. Our lock together assembly process requires no screws or drilling, and all of the panels come pre-glazed.
Our lock together assembly process requires no screws or drilling, and all of the panels come pre-glazed.
We offer free online quotes for all of our main designs and every quote comes with FREE 3D and Multi-view drawings, so you can see your dream conservatory become a reality.
Delivery of Conservatories
Our delivery policy means that we can deliver to the United Kingdom mainland for free. This includes the conservatory Kit to Scotland and all counties. The cost of delivery is included in our online price matrix so that there are no extra hidden costs or surprises when purchasing your building. We also offer a delivery service to Northern Ireland and Southern Ireland.
If you are shipping over seas, we can arrange to have your building delivered straight to your shipping agent or to a mutual UK mainland address (ie a family members). Or if you prefer you can collect and load at your own discretion.
Unlike most companies our delivery drivers only deliver conservatories for us. Each vehicle has two men in the cab so if you are out at work or your builder is not available you can still take delivery of conservatory.
Our delivery paperwork is clear and concise and you are not expected to unload any of the conservatory. All we expect is that you have cleared a space for the driver and his mate to place your building and are available to check off the number of packs. A cup of tea is optional but is always appreciated by our vehicle crews!