All our self build conservatories are made to your specific sizes, design and specification so the cost of your new DIY conservatory can be tailored to suit your specific requirements and budget. Our premium product includes A plus energy rated upvc windows and Ultraframe Classic conservatory roof.
Excluding the actual size of the conservatory the two major specification influences that affect the cost are colour and conservatory roof glazing.
Conservatory Roof Glazing
Although we still offer the budget 35mm polycarbonate roof sheets many customers now prefer to upgrade to a glass roof which provides much greater sound and insulation benefits.
As adding a DIY conservatory is a very cost effective route to increasing living space specifying a solar control glass roof creates an additional room suitable for all year round use which provides an affordable home extension solution for families that need more space but are unable to move to a larger property in the present economic climate.
Our SMARTGLASS PLUS+ solar control self cleaning roof glazing range remains the best performing roof glass options available. Offering an energy efficient 1.0 U-value. Our standard SMARTGLASS Blue Plus + self cleaning conservatory roof glass has a solar factor of 28% and a light transmission of 41% protecting your furnishings and internal flooring from the harsh effects of constant sun light.
Conservatory Colour & Finishes
White finish conservatories remain the most popular and most cost effective choice whilst traditional woodgrain finishes such as light oak and rosewood are also now joined by a growing number of additional woodgrain finishes such as cream, black, grey and chartwell green which form part of our extended colour range. Most colour options provide the option of standard white finish internally or colours externally and internally.
Depending on the choice of foil a woodgrain finish conservatory will increase the cost by around 20 - 30% against white finish.
Coloured conservatories feature major parts that are actually foil laminated, with only a minority of parts actually painted.
The foil laminated products used on major items in the roof and on the PVC side frames, have a real woodgrain texture to add a further dose of character.