A modern conservatory for your home in Ipswich and Oxford to Essex and Suffolk

We offer conservatories in eight styles, two choices of material, uPVC and aluminium, and two roofing options, glass and tiled. We can also design bespoke conservatories, orangeries and luxurious lantern roof extensions. Our conservatories are built utilising high-quality and durable materials to keep it at an optimum temperature, stay secure and complement your home’s current appearance. In cases where planning permission may be a barrier, we have the expertise to advocate effectively on your behalf.

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A customised conservatory style that can suit a range of uses

With such extensive history as leading conservatory installers across the South East, we know that every homeowner has their own personal tastes and requirements. This is why our conservatories are individually designed to satisfy a variety of purposes, whether it be a kitchen extension, a home office or to extend your current living room.

From traditional Edwardian conservatories, to Lean to conservatories, to P-shaped conservatories, our range of styles is limitless, with bespoke glass extensions also available for more unique designs. We offer a number of high-performance windows, French doors and sliding patio doors that can be incorporated into the conservatory, ensuring that the overall aesthetic will cohesively blend with your home’s current character. You can choose from an array of popular colours, including classic white, Chartwell green or sleek grey and accompanying decorative finishes and distinct brickwork designs for your desired look.

Further enhancing the appearance that your conservatory naturally extends from your home, our range of roof options, including glass and tiled are available in many common colours and styles, ensuring the perfect choice to fuse the new conservatory with your property.

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Conservatories with excellent heat retention in Milton Keynes, Chesham, Warlingham and Stevenage

Conservatories are commonly thought to be more prone to extreme temperatures than other rooms. This is because glass conducts heat better than brick or plaster – and conservatories typically have a larger ratio of glazed to non-glazed surface than traditional rooms.

However, there are many technologies and features which offset this. And if you choose the right model – and the right installer – there’s no reason your conservatory shouldn’t be comfortable all-year round.

Our conservatory glazing is chemically treated to increase reflectivity far in excess of a normal pane’s. In the Summer, when the sun’s rays are one of the major heat sources, this keeps the conservatory cool.

In the winter however, most heat comes from inside the home, which means the glass’s increased reflectivity doesn’t result in unwanted cooling. On the contrary, our multi-chambered profiles and argon-filled inter-pane areas trap heat, keeping you comfortably warm.

For more information on heating conservatories, get in touch via a form or simply give us a call. Alternately, keep reading for our conservatory buying guide.

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Conservatory planning permission in the South East of the UK

Previously, planning permission was difficult to obtain for some homeowners, however as of 1st June 2019, recent regulations in England are now more lenient with single storey extensions and building new conservatories, meaning you may not even need to apply for planning permission. This gives homeowners greater flexibility to improve their current home, rather than move when space becomes limited. However, it is situation-dependent, which is why we will send one of our trained architects to your home to provide an assessment. If you do need planning permission, we’ll have you covered from the beginning to the end of the process.

You may be exempt from requiring planning permission if your conservatory is of a certain size:

  • If terraced or semi-detached: the extension can be up to 6m long.
  • If detached: the extension can be up to 8m long.

There are many other conditions, including homes that have already reached planning limits, or properties are located in sites of specific interest. So for more information, read our guide to planning permission. Alternatively, if you’re still unsure or would just like to speak with someone, please get in touch via a form, give us a call – or keep reading. We’re more than happy to help.

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Conservatory FAQs

Read more about our products, services and all the answers to our most frequently asked questions.

Do I need planning permission for a conservatory?

Most homes are covered by permitted development, which means it’s unlikely that you’ll need to secure planning permission to install a new conservatory – as long as certain criteria are met.

 

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How much will a conservatory cost?

There are many aspects to consider when purchasing a new conservatory, such as size, material and whether it’s been accredited by the relevant industry bodies to ensure it’s quality. To accommodate the majority of budgets, we offer a range of comprehensive finance options and conservatory prices, including 5 years interest free credit & buy now pay later – £99 deposit.

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Does a conservatory really add value?

We all want a bit more space, which is why conservatories are one of Britain’s favourite home improvements around. Heightening a home’s kerb appeal, award-winning and high-performance conservatories from SEHBAC can increase property value’s by at least 5%, making them even better value for their price!

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What can an orangery do that a conservatory can’t?

Conservatories generally welcome the outside in, acting as a sunroom due to being built mainly from glass. Orangeries feel much more like an extension of the existing property, thanks to the use of more brick and solid sections instead of glass, which allows for enhanced insulation qualities.

 

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Areas we serve

Suffolk

Oxfordshire

Buckinghamshire

Hertfordshire

Essex

Victorian conservatories in Suffolk

From Stowmarket to Kesgrave and Mildenhall to Woodbridge, Suffolk’s urban areas and scenic towns and villages both embrace the quintessential British love for conservatories. Ideal for families who require more living space, we create beautifully bespoke extensions that perfectly complement any style of home right across Suffolk. Traditional Suffolk homes favour the classic aesthetics that our Victorian and Edwardian conservatory designs offer, whilst larger and more modern Suffolk properties find the likes of our T-Shaped and P-Shaped conservatories, as well as opulent Loggia’s and orangeries, more preferential. Plan ahead by visiting one of our conservatory centres.

Gable conservatories in Oxfordshire

From Carterton to Kidlington and Wallingford to Thame, our eclectic mix of conservatory styles are prominent with Oxfordshire’s modern houses and flats as well as its copious amounts of ravishing heritage homes too. Smaller, contemporary Oxfordshire homes tend to opt for the streamlined Lean-to or enlightening Gable conservatory design, whereas classically stylised Oxfordshire homes prefer our spacious P-Shaped conservatories and our sumptuous Orangeries. Plan ahead by visiting one of our conservatory centres.

Timber conservatories in Buckinghamshire

From Gerrards Cross to Marlow and Wendover to Olney, Buckinghamshire’s ‘chocolate box’ village homes really benefit from our conservatory designs. Suitable for every use, from a children’s playroom to a dining room with a view, we will work with you to find out exactly what you want. With a vast knowledge of all the latest building regulations and planning permissions, our timber conservatory structures reign supreme with Buckinghamshire. Plan ahead by visiting one of our conservatory centres.

Conservatory roofs in Hertfordshire

From Hatfield to Borehamwood and Hitchin to Letchworth, Hertfordshire’s medieval and agricultural heritage runs deep throughout this enigmatic English home county. With a choice of timber, uPVC or aluminium and a range of different roofing options, we are confident that we can design a home extension that you and your family will enjoy for many years to come. With a vast knowledge of all the latest building regulations and planning permissions, our timber conservatory options are particularly popular here. Plan ahead by visiting one of our conservatory centres.

High-performance conservatories in Essex

From Clacton-on-Sea to Braintree and Canvey Island to Billericay, Essex homeowners truly love the way SEHBAC conservatories bring many, many years of enjoyment for the whole family. Full of classic Victorian and Edwardian properties, Essex homeowners appreciate the traditional aesthetics coupled with real comfort that Victorian and Edwardian conservatories expertly provide. With many creative conservatory roof options available, conservatory refurbishments are also popular across the county. Signifying wealth and security, our luscious Loggia conservatories and opulent orangeries are also highly tempting to Essex homeowners. Plan ahead by visiting one of our conservatory centres.

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