Conservatory / extension prices in Ipswich, Essex to Oxford

How much does a conservatory cost?

So, you’ve set your heart on a new extension and now it’s time to calculate the cost involved. This all hinges on whether you want a basic conservatory, a premium brick pillared orangery or something somewhere in between.

An extension isn’t just an expansion of your home, it’s an extension of your personality. Therefore, it must be completely bespoke to meet your high standards, which is why our extension prices aren’t just off the shelf – they’re made-to-measure around you and your family’s lifestyle.

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Conservatory roof prices in Milton Keynes, Chesham, Warlingham and Stevenage

Conservatory roofs are no longer restricted to just glass, which is great news for homeowners who want a much more efficient space that looks like an extension but still acts like a classic conservatory. If you’re looking for a cost-effective way to improve your extension, simply replacing the roof may be the answer that you’re looking for.

SEHBAC offers five high-performance conservatory roof options; tiled roof, glass roof, solid roof and Lantern Roofs.

Tiled conservatory roofs

Composite tiled roofs can be made to match the rest of your home, blending to appear more like an extension. These can be enhanced further with skylights, so there’s no need to compromise on natural light either.

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Glass conservatory roofs

Our technologically advanced glass roofs are ideal for spaces that require optimum amounts of light with minimum effort.

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LivinRoof conservatory roofs

LivinRoof’s offer the best of both worlds; providing large amounts of glazing seamlessly combined with solid, insulating sections.

What makes the LivinRoof one of our best sellers?

Ultrasky conservatory roofs

The Ultrasky Roof is a lightweight glass ridged roof; perfect for new orangeries or extensions, as well as those that require a new lease of life.

Visit our double glazing showroom in Colchester for examples of our UltraSky Roofs.

Lantern conservatory roofs

Lantern Roofs add pizazz to flat roof extensions, filling the space with unbelievable amounts of light and warmth.

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Obviously, as the quality of your conservatory roof increases, so does its overall price.

P Shaped conservatory with a tiled roof
Interior view of a white uPVC Edwardian conservatory

Average conservatory prices in the South East of the UK

A high-quality extension not only prolongs the enjoyment you get from your home, if done right, it can add considerable value too; up to 15% in some cases.

As one of Britain’s most popular home improvements, be sure to take the following points into account to make this the best investment you’ll ever make;

Quality of service

It’s always important to thoroughly research a double-glazing company first, where most will have high-quality images displayed on their website to browse through. Be wary of deals that sound too good to be true and if they have a showroom, use your initiative and experience the quality of their products first-hand. With SEHBAC, gain the freedom to design your conservatory in-store with many stunning examples of previous installations to take inspiration from; we didn’t win Installer of the Year or MWCIA South-East Company of the Year 2017 for nothing!

Get a real feel for the quality of our extensions by browsing through the following case studies:

This P-shaped Ultraroof Conservatory is a room for all seasons – Mrs Kerr

Smooth cream Loggia Conservatory for Essex home – Mr Back

How our single-storey extension changed the way we live – Mr & Mrs Tilley

A stunning conservatory installed to a three bedroom home – Mrs Simmons

A beautiful, yet technically advanced, Ultraroof Gable Conservatory – Mr & Mrs Goddard

Material

Extension costs largely centre around the type of material required. uPVC is low-maintenance and cost-effective, modern and durable aluminium comes next, whilst insulating and authentic timber extensions tend to be at the pricier end of the scale.

Each material has its benefits, you just need to decide which one is the right one for you.

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Size/style

Of course, the size of your new extension will largely dictate the overall price too. So, if you’re looking for a compact conservatory, a Lean-to, Victorian or Edwardian conservatory is ideal. Whereas Gable, P-Shaped and T-shaped conservatories tend to work better for larger builds. Orangeries offer additional insulation, thanks to their sumptuous brick pillars and illuminating lantern roofs, and Loggia conservatories bridge the gap between the two.

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Glazing

Our extensions benefit from high-quality double or triple glazing and can be enhanced further to boost security, reduce noise, harmful UV rays and overheating.

How to soundproof your home (and increase the value of it!)

Colour / Finish

Choose between standard, woodgrain, premium and even dual colour options, as well as a wide range of handles, locks and hinges to suit your particular tastes.

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Extras

Buying a product through SEH BAC offers you real peace of mind

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We have the knowledge and experience to provide you with exactly what you need. Our staff are expertly trained to guide and advise you. We offer you a 10 Year Guarantee.

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