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Modern Conservatory Styles

Modern Conservatory Styles

Helping you create your new conservatory

  • End to end conservatory advice service
  • Remove the frustration of planning
  • We build, manufacture & install your new space
  • Extensive 10 & 20 year guarantees as standard
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Tell us about your dream conservatory and we'll make it happen

If you are dreaming of adding extra space to your home, Everest can help. We make buying a new conservatory simple. From the initial design visit to installation, we take care of it all, including planning permission, from start to finish. Whether you want a modern lean to conservatory or a historic Victorian conservatory design, we know what it takes to bring your dream conservatory to life. The construction is frequently the easy part, the complexity is working out how much space you need, how it can fit your property and what's possible for your budget.

When you choose an Everest conservatory you're getting an expert team to help you

At Everest, we offer a full end to end Conservatory advice and design service that takes all the pain out of the journey so you can sit back and watch while we do all the hard work.


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A beautiful large Everest white uPVC conservatory
Everest Conservatory Range

Find your perfect living space


uPVC Conservatories

The most popular choice in the UK, uPVC conservatories are durable and low-maintenance. Choose between Lean-to, Edwardian or Victorian designs, available in a choice of colours and roof options.


UPVC CONSERVATORIES


Replacement Conservatory Roofs

If mould, leakage or insulation is an issue in your existing conservatory, a new conservatory replacement roof could be a quick and cost-effective solution. Available in glass, part glass or fully solid.


REPLACEMENT ROOFS

A replacement conservatory roof on an Everest conservatory

Everest take care of planning permission for your new conservatory

We manage any planning permission for you

We have a specialist planning department who will take drawings created by our technical team and work with your local planning authority. This includes all buildings regs and working with building control to ensure your new construction conforms to all UK building standards and requirements.


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Guaranteed as standard, for added peace of mind

We offer extensive market-leading guarantees on our conservatories with 20 years of cover against fog and condensation forming between the panes of the sealed unit and a 20 year promise that the white uPVC wall frames will not fade over time. We also offer 10 years on every other aspect of an Everest conservatory including fixtures, fittings and the installation (excluding the base).


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Conservatory guarantees

Conservatory FAQs

At Everest, we understand that choosing a new conservatory can be a daunting task. So to help you here are some frequently asked questions which you might find useful.

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    I'd like to book a sales consultation, can I do this?
    Due to the impact of Covid-19 we are currently operating with a very limited team of contact centre staff, sales teams and installers for conservatories. As a result we are suffering with delays in returning calls for conservatory appointment, but please bear with us and we will be in touch as soon as we are back up to speed.
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    Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?
    Planning permission is not necessary for all conservatories. Adding a conservatory can be allowed under “permitted development” rules. That said, we always recommend you check whether full planning permission is required. Not only will this give you total peace of mind, but save you a great deal of money. Failure to check could be an expensive mistake should local authorities decide a conservatory was built illegally and it would need to then be removed.

    Read more: Do I need planning permission...
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    What is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?
    An Orangery is defined as a brick structure with large windows a flat roof and a glass lantern. A conservatory is a glass structure with a brick base and a pitched roof comprising of over 75% glass.

    Read more: What is the difference between a conservatory and Orangery...
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    What footings do I need for a conservatory?
    Without the correct footings a conservatory could start to shift or move which will start to pull the structure out of shape and reduce its weather tightness. For a single storey conservatory or extension you will need foundations to be between 1000mm and 1500mm in depth.
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    Can you have a kitchen in a conservatory?
    Kitchen conservatories are increasingly becoming the most wanted extensions, as the demands of open plan living continue to grow. A kitchen conservatory must be well ventilated to ensure heat from cooking or appliances can escape. As with all extensions, you must comply with UK building regulations and check whether planning permission will be required.

Case Study

Lean-to Conservatory

5 star rating 5 out of 5 on Trustpilot

The project management was spot on, with great communication and a good plan which they stuck to religiously with no delays throughout the build. Mr & Mrs Spragg

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