"Wooden Conservatories & Wood Frame Kits Prices from £7995"

A wood conservatory makes an excellent addition to almost any home. Whether you are looking for a warmer place to keep your plants in the winter, a dining room or kitchen extension, or maybe just a quiet place to read and soak in the views of your garden, a wooden conservatory is an excellent choice. If you are thinking of building a wooden conservatory we supply easy to install kits.

Bespoke Wood Conservatories & Kits

Extend your home with one of our wooden conservatories

Whether you are extending your home for extra living room space, extra kitchen space or for general extra space we can help. Choose one of our wood conservatories made from a choice of oak / timber hardwoods. All of our conservatories are made in our UK joinery using premium quality treated hardwoods. Make a statement about your home, add a traditional look and feel or style your conservatory to match your property theme.

  • Made to measure
  • Lean to, P-Shaped, Gable fronted options
  • Designed to your specifications
  • High Quality Hardwood (FSC Accredited)
  • Curved Glazing Bars & Decorative Features
  • Bespoke Framework Style & Design
  • Hundreds of Colours & Wood Stains
  • Beautiful Architectural Features
  • High Quality Security Features & Multipoint Locks
  • Single, Double & Triple Glazing Options
  • Pilkington Activ Self Cleaning Glass
  • Superb Thermal Efficiency
  • Short Lead Times from Design to Manufacture
  • Comes As A Complete Kit (We can install on request)
  • Treated & Refined Oak (ROT / Mould Resistant)


     
Prices / Costs

Our wood conservatories start from £7995, the price is dependent on the size, style and framework of your conservatory along with other features. We provide free no obligation quotes based on specification. We price our products competitively however we always ensure quality comes first.

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Trade & Kits

As we manufacture all of our conservatory kits, we can supply oak and timber frame conservatory kits to trade for builders, property developers, installers, architects, renovators and more. Our wood conservatory kits are easy to assemble and come with detailed instructions for quick setup, even for DIY novices.

We can also supply conservatory kits in bulk for various projects.

Wood Conservatory Colours & Wood Stains

Below are just some of the colour options we offer, we offer a complete range of colours including a colour matching service.


Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Mid Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Idigbo Stains

Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Medium Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Sapele Stains

Iroko

Mid Oak

Mahogany

Oak

Medium Oak

Spanish

Walnut

Opaque Colours

Ash

Autumn

Bristle

Cadet

Calm

Ghost

Grove


Ivory

Lawn

lilly

Marsh

Milk

Mist

Moon


Polar

Porcelain

Powder Blue

Sandscript

Sea Green

Seashell

Slate





Conservatory Shapes, Styles and Sizes

If you are looking for a bespoke hardwood conservatory then look no further. We make all of our conservatories from scratch, which allows you to customise the shape, size, height, roof lantern options and much more.

Gable Fronted
Lean To
Victorian

Edwardian
P Shaped
Custom Design



More About Our Wood Conservatories

Conservatories are often thought of as an “occasional space” - only really suitable for use when it isn’t too cold or sunny, but with modern conservatory designs and glass technology this is no longer the case. Our wooden conservatories can incorporate automatically or manually opening roof vents situated at the top of the glass roof pitch which allow hot air to escape in the summer. For Southern elevations or areas which get particularly hot it is also possible to use a “solar control” coating on the glass which significantly reduces the heat gain from the sun. For night time and the winter, all of our glass is double-glazed, argon filled and with a heat-reflective coating which guards against heat loss and has the added ecological benefit of reducing your heating and energy bills. For colder climes, triple-glazing is also an option and will typically reduce heat loss through the glass by 20% or more even over our modern double-glazing.

When it comes to choosing a material for your conservatory, there are three main choices: wood, timber and uPVC, and there are many important considerations with each of these options. Conservatories look best when they take the character of your home into account in their design and colour. Cost is also another important consideration. uPVC conservatories tend to be the cheapest, whereas aluminium and timber conservatories cost more, and are often around the same price as each other. uPVC and aluminium conservatories only usually come in a limited range of standard colours – they can typically be painted, dyed, or in the case of uPVC have woodgrain “foils” layered over the frames to extend the colour options, but it’s often the case that by the time you’ve added a custom colour or a woodgrain effect, uPVC is very close to the price of timber or aluminium conservatories, which negates uPVC’s main benefit of its cheap cost. Aluminium conservatories also significantly increase in cost if you want a colour which is not within their standard, limited range. A great benefit then of having a timber conservatory is that it can be painted literally any colour – even matched colours (e.g. from a piece of fabric or wallpaper) for which there are no colour codes. Our wood conservatories can even be painted different colours on the inside and outside, including a stain colour on one side to show off the grain of the timber, and a solid colour on the other side. These options do carry some extra cost over white painted timber, but for single colours these costs are a very small percentage of the overall cost of your conservatory.

Another very important consideration is the expected life of your conservatory. While uPVC and in some cases aluminium conservatories may be cheaper initially than a wooden conservatory, a wooden conservatory is expected to last many more years than conservatories in other materials. The main reason for this is the painted finish – a wood conservatory can be maintained and repainted, whereas with aluminium and uPVC conservatories this is much more difficult. uPVC breaks down in sunlight. This is a slow process, but after 10 or 20 years the plastic will have become brittle and yellowed. There are products available to combat the yellowing of uPVC but the actual plastic breaks down over time and the frames will begin to look old and tired. Aluminium windows and conservatories are spray painted with solvent paints before the sections are assembled into windows, doors and conservatories. These paints give a smooth, flat finish, but when the paint becomes damaged or tired-looking it is very difficult to repair or maintain the finish. Wooden conservatories do require more maintenance than uPVC or Aluminium conservatories, but perhaps not as much as you might think. For a white painted conservatory, with the proper basic cleaning which is necessary with all conservatory types, the expected period between repainting is around seven years. Even after this time, all that is required is a light sand to “key in” the surface, and then a single coat of paint – there is no need to sand the paint down to bare timber. With proper maintenance a wooden conservatory can be expected to last many decades – much longer than most aluminium and plastic conservatories.

Wooden conservatories are also the most ecological choice. Wooden conservatories obviously necessitate the cutting down of trees, which may at first seem bad for the environment, but since all of our timber is from sustainable sources it’s actually quite the opposite. As we all know, using energy from fossil fuels releases Carbon Dioxide – a harmful “greenhouse gas” which contributes to global warming. Trees take in Carbon Dioxide and store the Carbon in their wood as they are growing. When you use wood for furniture, building materials or the like, you are actually “locking away” this Carbon within the timber where it cannot harm the environment. Because our timber is from managed forests, this also means that there are none of the associated effects of deforestation which may otherwise be a factor. Aluminium and plastic conservatories both require mining of materials (ore for aluminium or oil for uPVC) and extensive, energy-intensive processing which releases large amounts of harmful Carbon Dioxide into the environment. If your conservatory ever does need replacing, then the timber is completely recyclable and biodegradable too.

Adding a conservatory to your home need not be a lengthy and complicated process. Not all conservatories require planning permission and in these situations the process can be relatively swift. We are always happy to advise on whether a conservatory will need planning consent, and on any other aspects of the process of extending your home with a wooden conservatory.