"Prices for Conservatories Vary Depending on Size, Style & Materials"
How Much Does It Cost to Build A Conservatory

Based on UK averages a Conservatory cost between £18,000 - £20,000 to design, manufacture and install. Low end conservatories (typically uPVC will start from £5000), next is the middle range of Conservatories (typically bigger uPVC or smaller hardwood conservatories) start from £12,000. Higher end conservatories (almost always Wood - typically Oak) start from £25,000. Prices will vary dramatically based on the material, size, window & door options, roof decorations / finials and styling.

Not only is a new conservatory extension a brilliant investment, it’s one of the most straightforward, economical ways of adding additional space to your home. Each of our conservatories features a full height or dwarf wall design to suit any home. If you’re interested in building a new conservatory but worried about the cost, check out the below sections which will help you understand how much a conservatory is and what types, sizes & conservatory styles are available.


Conservatory Prices in 2017

Prices for conservatories start from £10,000 onwards. If you’re in need of a precise cost guide for the fitting of a new conservatory, then the below sections offer additional info about guide prices.


Cost of a Conservatory in 2017

What’s the average cost of a conservatory extension? The average cost of a conservatory in the UK stands at around £19,000. We offer you an instant conservatory quote – all you need to do is fill in our form below, and we’ll call you back with a price within minutes!.

Fill out the form below to find out how much your conservatory is likely to cost (please note that the price quoted will vary depending on style/design.


Market Research shows the a conservatory cost in the UK averages:
High end conservatories start at £25,000
Standard conservatories start at £12,000
Low end conservatories start at £5,000


Conservatory Prices Including Installation

Conservatory costs can vary from £10,000 onwards, all depending on size, design, specifications etc. In order for Orangeries UK to be able to provide you with a quote, we would need to understand what type of conservatory you would like - how big? What type of roof? - and more.


Guide Conservatory Prices

Quoting exact prices for conservatories is a difficult task due to the nature of conservatory size, style, design and building factors. The costs can be a guide but almost every conservatory joinery would have to quote based upon the end user’s requirements. Guide prices are based on a set of standard or common conservatory sizes, styles and design features. Below we look at rough conservatory prices, styles and customisation options.

Conservatory Type Material Costs From
Small Lean-To Timber Frame £10,000
Medium Lean-To Timber Frame £15,000
Large Lean-To Timber Frame £20,000
Gable Fronted Timber Frame £18,000
Victorian Timber Frame £15,000
Elizabethan Timber Frame £15,000
Georgian Timber Frame £15,000

The prices above are a rough guide only.


Conservatories Cost Based on Materials

One of the biggest factors affecting price is the material that the conservatory is made from, UPVC tends to be much cheaper then hardwood, but this is purely down to the quality and style differences between materials. Hardwood conservatories tend to be more upmarket, offering luxury features, styling and design. UPVC conservatories typically start from as little as £5000 whilst hardwood conservatories start from £10,000 and can range up to £100,000 + depending on the size / features.


Fully Fitted Conservatory Prices for Edwardian

The average conservatory cost of Edwardian conservatories tends to be at the higher end of the price spectrum, typically because of the styling / theme and features involved in this type of conservatory. Prices for Edwardian Conservatories typically start at £12,000 - £15,000. Edwardian conservatories are popular with those who have an eye for interior design allowing a wide range of bespoke architectural features.

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Georgian Conservatory Costs

Georgian conservatories are a beautiful addition to any property. Their unique styling and curved features make them attractive to most property owners looking to extend their living space. Georgian conservatories typically start from £12,000 and range up to £50,000 depending on size / glass options / styling.

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Victorian Conservatory Prices 2017

Victorian conservatories can start from as little as £10,000 for hardwood and £7000 (based on 2014 market research) for UPVC. The average price for a Victorian style hardwood conservatory ranges between £15,000 to £25,000. Typically, Victorian conservatories are cheaper than Edwardian and Georgian-themed conservatories.

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Lean-to Conservatory Costs

Lean-to conservatories are one of the most popular types of conservatory in the UK due to the lower costs associated with them. Their construction is simpler and architectural features tend to be more basic which helps to reduce the costs. This type of conservatory still allows for luxury options such as wide opening bifold doors, custom glass options and more. Prices for a lean-to conservatory typically start from £8,000 for hardwood and £5,000 for UPVC.

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Gable Fronted Conservatory Costs 2017

Gable style conservatories add a touch of luxury to any property they are installed on, often with beautiful, bespoke decoration to make them fit the properties theme / appearance. Our gable fronted conservatories start from £12,000 onwards depending on size, layout, glass options and more.


Custom Conservatories Prices

All our conservatories are bespoke and therefore can be customised in any way. The prices for customisation depend on size, theme, wood type and more. To get prices we would require you to submit specifications or drawings. Please note for kitchen conservatory costs please contact us directly. If you are looking to build your own conservatory and would like prices for a kit then you'll need to speak to our team about customising your kit for installation.


Planning Permission Costs

Planning permission for conservatory costs vary, but generally, it is not needed for most conservatory installations. Adding a conservatory to a property is generally viewed as a permitted development (subject to the satisfaction of criteria listed on the government's planning portal. Learn more about Planning Permission We don’t sell cheap conservatory kits, we specialise in the manufacture and installation of high quality hardwood conservatories which are different to cheaper UPVC kits. The costs are entirely dependent on the specifications of the conservatory and whether you want us to supply a DIY kit or whether you want us to install the product too.


Information Required for Pricing / Quotations:

• Dimensions (H x W x L)
• Style / Type i.e. Lean-to
• Roof lantern type
• Design features

We calculate conservatory cost per square metre typically, however we can provide by sq. feet.


Why Invest in a Conservatory?

A new conservatory is a great way to open your home, offering a degree of luxury and comfort in the confines of your back garden. With unpredictable weather, it’s nice to be able to enjoy your garden space without being exposed to the elements. A conservatory is perfect for this thanks to the views afforded by the glass framing.


Full Fitted Conservatory Prices

Initially, pricing a conservatory can be difficult because there are many factors involved; however, this is one of the most common questions asked by homeowners looking to extend their property. The cost of a conservatory is dependent on what you want. Larger conservatories will obviously cost more than smaller ones, but there are also many other things to consider, such as: • Timber type
• Glass specification
• Decorative embellishments
• Paint colour and more.


Conservatories Prices for Different Styles

For a classic, luxurious look, and lower overall cost of ownership across the lifetime of the product (even lower than UPVC or Aluminium when considered over 30 years), we recommend a hardwood conservatory. Timber conservatories especially suit older homes in ways which Aluminium and UPVC frames cannot match.

If you’re unsure of any of the options you’d like, or the design you require, please speak to one of our team who will be more than happy to offer guidance. We’ll do our best to ensure you understand all the costs involved so you’re not left confused by pricing and understanding the requirements.

Other things to factor in include the amount of floor space you want to occupy, the installation of electrics, plumbing, and so on. This is why Orangeries UK recommends you speak to one of our specialists; we’ll make sure you understand all the costs involved so you’re not left puzzled by pricing and understand the things that are required.


How Much Does a Conservatory Cost 2017?

Market research shows that:
• High end conservatories start at £25,000
• Standard conservatories start at £12,000
• Low end conservatories start at £5,000


How Much Does A New Conservatory Cost in the UK

The cost of a conservatory extension depends on the size, design & materials. Small conservatories start from £5,000, medium sized conservatories from £12,000 and large conservatories from £25,000.


How Much Would a Small Conservatory Cost

A small uPVC conservatory will start from £5,000, a small hardwood conservatory will typically start from £7,000.


How Much Does A Conservatory Cost Per Square Foot

Conservatories are a bespoke product, so quoting by square foot is difficult.


How Much Does a Large Conservatory Cost

Prices for a Large Conservatory start from £25,000 and can range up to £100,000 depending on materials, size, design/style and features i.e. bifold/folding doors, window customisation and ironmongery options.

Orangeries and Garden Rooms

Not sure about a conservatory? Create new living space with an orangery, garden room, garden offices and garden buildings. Not only will these types of extensions improve your lifestyle, they’ll add value to your home. Find out the differences between orangeries and conservatories by reading our blog.

Planning Permission Costs

Planning permission costs vary, but generally, it is not needed for most conservatory installations. Adding a conservatory to a property is generally viewed as a permitted development (subject to the satisfaction of criteria listed on the government's planning portal. Learn more about Planning Permission


We don’t sell cheap conservatory kits, we specialise in the manufacture and installation of high quality hardwood conservatories which are different to cheaper UPVC kits. The costs are entirely dependent on the specifications of the conservatory and whether or not you want us to supply a DIY kit or whether you want us to install the product too.

Information required for pricing / quotations:

  • Dimensions (H x W x L)
  • Style / Type i.e. Lean-to
  • Roof lantern type
  • Design features
  • A new conservatory is a great way to open up your home, offering a degree of luxury and comfort in the confines of your back garden. With unpredictable weather, it’s nice to be able to enjoy your garden space without being exposed to the elements. A conservatory is perfect for this thanks to the views afforded by the glass framing.

    Initially, pricing a conservatory can be difficult because there are many factors involved; however, this is one of the most common questions asked by homeowners looking to extend their property. The cost of a conservatory is dependent on what you want. Larger conservatories will obviously cost more than smaller ones, but there are also many other things to consider, such as timber type, glass specification, decorative embellishments, paint colour and more. For a classic, luxurious look, and lower overall cost of ownership across the lifetime of the product (even lower than UPVC or Aluminium when considered over 30 years), we recommend a hardwood conservatory. Timber conservatories especially suit older homes in ways which Aluminium and UPVC frames cannot match. If you are unsure of any of the options you’d like, or the design you require, please speak to one of our team who will be happy to offer guidance. We will do our best to ensure that you understand all of the costs involved so that you’re not left confused by pricing and understanding the requirements.

    Other things to factor in include the amount of floor space you want to occupy, the installation of electrics, plumbing etc. This is why Orangeries UK recommends you speak to one of our specialists, we’ll make sure you understand all the costs involved so that you’re not left confused by pricing and understanding the things that are required.