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Conservatories

There are thousands of specialist conservatory companies around -we have listed a few below. Planning approval may be required and constructions must comply with the Building Regulations too. Planning is such a murky area that I would suggest that even if it is not required, you should get a letter from your local council confirming this.

Do make sure there is adequate means to ventilate the space, and also shading as the can build up huge amounts of heat in summer.

If you are doing a new conservatory, then how about including a photovoltaic roof -Bioregional are currently working on a project for a DIY conservatory with integrated PV.

  • Amdega -upmarket, traditional conservatories.
  • David Salisbury Conservatories -DIY hardwood conservatories. Award winning design and manufacture combined with an economic self-build conservatory solution.
  • David Salisbury Bespoke Hardwood Conservatories UK -bespoke conservatories and orangeries. Award winning design and manufacture of conservatories designed to fit your home and the way you live.
  • Franklin Windows -family business producing conservatories in wood, aluminium or wood/aluminium composite construction from Yeadon, near Leeds.
  • Frost -up market traditional hardwood conservatories from Bedfordshire.
  • Litespace -specialise in small format glazed structures to fit patio doors.
  • Kew Gardens -have a look at both their historical and contemporary glasshouses foe inspiration
  • Machin Conservatories -structural conservatory roof system using aluminium frame and double glazed clear polycarbonate.
  • Marston and Langinger -built-to-order conservatories and stylish garden-room furniture from the author of The Conservatory Book.
  • Richmond Oak -individually designed conservatories built in European oak.
  • Solardome Geodesics -geodesic domes that make wonderful glasshouses, pool enclosures or even rooftop feature.
  • The Garden Escape -not really a conservatory but small contemporary glazed garden buildings designed for use as a home office or gym.
  • Trombe -based in Old Street, London, they offer a portfolio of individual contemporary designs.
  • Ultraframe -aluminium framed conservatory roof system.

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