Conservatory Refurbishments near me in Ipswich, Essex and Suffolk

If you’re looking for cost-effective alternatives to building a whole new conservatory, we offer a range of high-performance conservatory refurbishment options to breathe new life back into your existing conservatory space. From replacing the roof to updating the glazing and everything in between, we can refurbish your conservatory to bring it in line with your home’s current style, improve home security and thermal efficiency, and boost the value of your property when the time comes to sell up.

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Can you put a new roof on an old conservatory?

Yes, you can! Our team of installation experts can add a new glazed or tiled roof to your existing conservatory structure. Not only will a new roof allow you to use your conservatory space all year round, but it also reduces the pressure on energy bills as it will stay warmer for longer in winter and remain cool through the summer months. Furthermore, if you opt for a modern tiled conservatory roof replacement, it will create the illusion of a full extension without any of the extra hassle involved.

It’s also worth considering adding Integral Blinds to existing conservatory windows, doors, and roof lights, as they will add an extra insulating layer and an effective barrier against cool draughts getting in and warm air escaping outside.

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Update your conservatory glass

Thanks to innovative advances in glazing technologies, modern double glazing is vastly superior to glazing installed 20 years ago. Able to achieve A+ energy ratings with ease, our double glazing and collection of Comfort Glass products are designed to provide the best performance available on the market.

Our conservatory glazing upgrades include:

  • Low-E glass

A very thin coating applied to glazing that allows heat from the sun to enter and then reflects it back into the conservatory, which works to reduce heating demand and energy bills.

  • Solar control glass

A special coating applied to glass that lets the right amount of the sun’s energy in; keeping the space warm in winter and cool in summer.

  • Self-cleaning glass

An ultra-thin coating that reacts with daylight to break down dirt, keeping your conservatory gleaming for longer.

E.g., stained glass, frosted glass, leaded glass, etched glass, patterned glass, bevelled glass.

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Make your conservatory open plan

If you're looking for an effective way to improve the layout and flow of traffic through and around your conservatory space, have you considered going open plan? Although, it’s crucial to understand that if your plans involve removing doors, windows, or walls that are currently separating your conservatory from the rest of the house, you will need Building Regulation approval to go ahead.

As FENSA approved installers, you can put your absolute trust in us to ensure building regulation compliance is continually maintained. We will do this by proving that your refurbished conservatory space is as thermally efficient as the rest of the property.

Straightforward measures to consider for upgrading your conservatory to an open plan paradise include:

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Can I change my conservatory windows, doors, and frames?

Yes, you can! Our windows are available in practical uPVC or premium aluminium frames and our doors are made-to-measure in high-quality uPVC, aluminium, or robust composite materials. By upgrading your conservatory window and door frames, you can look forward to:

  • Smoother opening and closing
  • Increased energy efficiency throughout the house
  • Less security threats
  • Better levels of kerb appeal
  • Better noise protection
  • Reduced exposure to damaging UV rays
  • Increase property value & a better return on investment
  • Less time maintaining them and more time to enjoy them!
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Convert your conservatory into a beautiful orangery or a bespoke extension

Depending on your budget, it’s also possible to turn an aging conservatory space into an opulent orangery or an enviable extension. An orangery essentially combines the best features of a conservatory and an extension, typically eliminating the need for applying for planning permission if it’s built within permitted development rules. Whereas converting a conservatory to an extension is much more budget-friendly than installing a brick extension of the same size.

If planning permission is required, we will sort all this out for you, promising a stress-free conservatory refurbishment solution for any homeowner in the South East of England.

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