Choosing the right roof material is essential when planning your new conservatory. Our conservatories are designed and built to use all year around.
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From initial quotation to final decoration, we have professional tradesmen who work together to turn your dreams into a reality. We deal with everything on your behalf, so there's no need for you to organise a single thing (unless you want to of course)
Our conservatory services
Full base builds and patios / paving
Insulated cavity dwarf walls
Knock throughs from existing property
Plastering and rendering
Skirting boards and architraves
Electrical power points and lighting
Radiators and air conditioning
Laminate / realwood flooring and tiling
Painting and final decoration
Every conservatory we build is different. Each designed to your exact requirements, size and property type.
On average your new conservatory will take around 2 weeks from start to finish including new base, plastering, electrics and any other extras you choose.
View our step by step guide to building your new conservatory.
Our aim is to make choosing the right conservatory, through to completion as stress free as possible.
A picture speaks a thousand words!. We'll provide a CAD drawing of your new conservatory at the quotation stage for you to approve or ammend. This provides a great way for you to visualise how it will look once completed.
Approximately 60% of new conservatories will require planning. There are no fixed "do's and dont's" regarding planning, but we've put together a guide that should help anticipate if planning will be required.
Conservatories on listed buildings, national parks, Broads Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, conservation areas and World Heritage Sites will require planning permission.
As Devon's leading conservatory company, we supply and install a wide range of styles of conservatories in Exmouth, Exeter and surrounding Devon.
A gable fronted conservatory can add real grandeur to your home.
Square or rectangular in style, it provides maximum space to plan the interior of your conservatory. The gable end adds style and also maximises light coming into the room, while the height of the conservatory gives the room a feeling of space.
Gable-end conservatories have a square floor plan, an aspect that helps you position your furniture and plants. They are fitted with a front roof that's vertical, not sloping. This style increases the sense of airy space inside the conservatory.
A popular style option is extra brickwork – perhaps a three-quarter or full-height wall on one side to tie the conservatory in with your property and provide additonal space for a shelf, TV or picture.
Our task was to replace an existing Edwardian conservatory for a new rosewood PVCu gable fronted item.
The existing conservatory base was fine so we simply removed the existing frames and installed the new one onto the existing