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Find your perfect conservatory style

  • Can be enjoyed all year round
  • Fully bespoke to your needs
  • Range of sizes, styles and options
  • Hassle free, we take care of it all
  • Guaranteed for 10 years
An Everest conservatory

Create a beautiful extension to your home

At Everest, we understand that a conservatory is an extension of your home which needs to be built to last. Whether you want extra space for entertaining, for the family to relax, or just a comfortable living space to admire the garden, we can help find the perfect style for you.

New for Autumn 2019!

Introducing our new 'Ready Made Rooms' - The simple way to extend your home

We believe that extending your home should be easy. That's why we have created our new 'Ready Made Rooms' range, a simple off-the-shelf conservatory package, available in two stylish designs with a range of roof options.

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Choice of materials

Everest uPVC patio door


  • Easy maintenance
  • Built to last - no rot or rust
  • White uPVC guaranteed not to discolour
Everest Edwardian conservatory


  • Ultra slim frames for more natural light
  • Low maintenance
  • Contemporary style
Everest Victorian conservatory


  • Naturally thermally efficient
  • Adds natural charm
  • Ideal for period properties

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Conservatory or Orangery?

Everest uPVC patio door


  • Feels like a part of your home
  • Contains minimal brickwork
  • Same or similar style to the property
Everest Edwardian conservatory


  • Maintain a touch of elegance
  • Traditionally involves lots of brickwork
  • Glass roof for a touch of class or a tiled roof for a traditional look

Read more about the differences between a conservatory and orangery ❯

The benefits of Everest Conservatories

A large glass extension with white trim that has a dining table in the centre of the room and a glass conservatory roof letting in the sun.

Better insulation all year round

Expertly designed to keep you warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Our solar glass reflects enough sun rays away to keep your room cooler, while the coating on the inside of the glass reflects heat back into your home. Argon gas is filled between the window and door panes to prevent cold air entering your home, reducing energy bills.

Built on strong foundations

Everest conservatories are built on deeper, more solid foundations than most. Digging at least a metre deep (even for a small conservatory) a fully insulated base from concrete is installed. Made with reinforced steel our base specifications are sturdier than competitors or a DIY conservatory, built to last so you can enjoy your extra space with little maintenance.

An old style weathered brick building with a well suited light brown conservatory, UK traditional garden surround.
A beautiful glass extension with white uPVC trim to illustrate the added value that makes the conservatory cost of an Everest project so worth wild.

Bespoke to your home

Everest conservatories are bespoke to your home. Choose from a range of styles, colours, materials and sizes to create a traditional or modern conservatory. We also have a wide range of furniture to really make it your own.

The planning process handled

An Everest conservatory

Remove the hassle out of buying a new conservatory with Everest, we take care of everything for you. From design, arranging building regulations, local approval or planning permission. We will keep you informed every step of the way so you don't have to worry about a thing.

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Replacement conservatory roof

An Everest conservatory

If mould or leakage is an issue, a new conservatory replacement roof can be a quick and cost-effective solution. We can either fit a new roof to the existing frame or replace and upgrade the existing wall frames, giving you peace of mind for years to come..

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Guaranteed for peace of mind


We offer a range of comprehensive guarantees including lifetime against fog, condensation and discolouration and 10 years on materials and workmanship. This ensures you can enjoy your new space for years to come.

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Choosing a new conservatory can be a daunting task, so to help you here are some popular FAQs which you might find useful.

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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.
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    What is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?
    The main differences between an orangery and a conservatory is in the construction of the roof. Both are usually built on solid foundations. However, where orangeries are made up of a perimeter flat roofing area with central glass lantern, most conservatories have a pitched fully glazed roof.
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    Do I need planning permission for a conservatory with a radiator?
    Adding a radiator to your conservatory does not require planning permission. That said, if the radiator is connected to the central heading in the main house then it will be subject to Building Regulations. If you are looking to use your conservatory as an occasional room, then a portable or electric heater may be more suitable.
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    Can a wood burner be fitted in a conservatory?
    There are many heating options for your conservatory. Installing a wood burner is one of them. It may involve some work to install the wood burner, especially if a flue needs to be put in place. Not only will a wood burner save you money on heating in the long run, but it is also an environmentally friendly and efficient way to heat the space.
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    Can I convert my conservatory into a proper room?
    It is possible to convert a conservatory into an extension. However, it is not always as easy as it sounds. Most conservatories are not constructed to Building Regulations standard and an extension will require Building Regulations and as such, a new structure will be required to comply to Local Authority Building Control requirements. A surveyor would need to visit the property in order to assess the feasibility of converting the existing structure into an extension. However, you can create the look of an extension by adding a part glazed part solid roof to your conservatory, such as the Everest Livin’ Roof.
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    Is a conservatory cheaper than an extension?
    A conservatory is usually cheaper than a single story extension of the same size. Of course, the price will depend on how big the structure is, the complexity of the build and materials used. Conservatories are usually priced depending on the size and style required, whereas extension costs are normally priced per square meter.
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    What footings do I need for a conservatory?
    Without the correct footings a conservatory could start to subside. Even for a single storey conservatory or extension you will need deep foundations to make sure it remains strong for years to come. The GGF recommend that all conservatory bases are constructed to Building Regulation standard.
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    Can I extend my conservatory?
    Whilst it possible to extend a conservatory, we would only recommend this if your current structure is relatively and in a good condition and you know how the base has been constricted and can prove this. If your conservatory has been there as long as the house, built with unreliable foundations and uPVC framework or does not have the structural components to support an extension, then it is advisable to seek a replacement instead.
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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.
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    Can you put wallpaper up in a conservatory?
    The simple answer is yes you can put wallpaper up in a conservatory. However, you need to ensure that your conservatory is well insulated and not prone to damp. Wallpaper is a great way to brighten up a room and bring a little colour into small spaces.
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    Can you stand on a conservatory roof?
    The roof of a conservatory is not made to be load bearing. Therefore, you should not attempt to stand, walk or crawl along them. If you clean your conservatory roof then it is advisable to use a telescopic brush and ladder, or speak to a professional cleaning company who will have all the necessary equipment to clean the roof effectively.
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    Is a conservatory classed as an extension?
    Conservatory designs tend to be built with a large percentage of glazing but can be designed to comply with building regulations. For this to comply you may need to up spec certain elements like the base and brickwork. You may also require an insulation evaluation for the existing property which may mean you have the up spec the insulation of the existing property to gain the conservatory as a permanent structure.
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    Are conservatories covered by buildings insurance?
    Existing conservatories are covered under standard home contents and buildings insurance, providing that it is built and classed as a permanent structure that has been constructed properly. The majority of insurance companies will treat a conservatory as part of the building itself. However, it is always worth checking with your home insurance provider.
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    Can you have a leather sofa in a conservatory?
    Generally, leather sofas are too hot and heavy for a conservatory and the material does not wear well when exposed to sunlight (causing the fabric to fade and in some cases crack) but this can be dramatically improved by the type of glazing used in the roof and wall frames of the conservatory. If you considering a standard glass in the roof area it is advisable to look at more suitable options such as rattan or wicker furniture.
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    How long to build a conservatory?
    Conservatories can take between three and four weeks to build, with larger projects taking a little longer. Obviously, this depends on the size and complexity of the structure. It is imperative to check that planning permission is not required before any build begins, to avoid any unnecessary costs.
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    How much does an Everest conservatory cost?
    We are often asked how much is a conservatory? This question is difficult to answer as there are so many variables which affect the conservatory building price. We recommend speaking to one of our designers to build your perfect space. Prices explained >

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