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MODERN CONSERVATORY STYLES

CREATE A BEAUTIFUL BESPOKE EXTENSION TO YOUR HOME

  • Designed, manufactured & installed
  • Range of styles, colours & roof types
  • Hassle free, we take care of it all
  • Guaranteed for 10 years
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TELL US YOUR VISION AND WE'LL PROVIDE THE SOLUTION.

At Everest, 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.

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DESIGN VISIT

We'll help design your ideal conservatory and provide a FREE, no-obligation quote.

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SURVEY

A site survey ensures all requirements, including planning permission are met.

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MANUFACTURED

All our conservatories are expertly Made in Britain.

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INSTALLATION

Our professional installation is quick and stress-free.

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GUARANTEED

We provide a 10 year guarantee for added peace of mind.

EVEREST CONSERVATORY RANGE

FIND YOUR PERFECT LIVING SPACE

Our bespoke range of conservatories, orangeries and extensions are available in a range of materials.

A beautiful glass extension with white uPVC trim to illustrate the added value that makes the conservatory cost of an Everest project so worth while

uPVC CONSERVATORIES

The most popular choice in the UK, uPVC conservatories are durable, low-maintenance and available in a wide range of styles and options.

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ALUMINIUM CONSERVATORIES

Boasting sleek and slimmer frames, aluminium conservatories are the luxurious way to add space to your home. With more glass and less frames, you get better views and more sunlight filling your room.

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A large veranda style glass extension with white trim and a glass conservatory roof letting in the sun
An old weathered brick building with a large white timber conservatory, UK traditional garden surround

TIMBER CONSERVATORIES

Nothing beats the beauty of natural wood. Offering the finest in craftsmanship, wooden conservatories are a stunning addition and the perfect choice for listed homes and conservation areas.

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REPLACEMENT CONSERVATORY ROOFS

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

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A bespoke replacement conservatory roof from Everest
The Everest range of off-the-shelf conservatories

OUR NEW 'READY MADE ROOMS' RANGE

At Everest, 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 uPVC and a range of colours and options.

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CONSERVATORIES GALLERY

Take a look at some of our recent conservatory, orangery and extension installations.


 

Why choose an Everest conservatory

WE TAKE CARE OF PLANNING PERMISSION


Remove all the hassle out of buying a new conservatory with Everest. From design, to building regulations 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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Why choose an Everest conservatory

BUILT ON STRONGER FOUNDATIONS


Everest conservatories are built on deeper, more solid foundations than most. Digging at least a metre deep, a fully insulated base from concrete is installed. Our base specifications are higher than most and are built to last.

Why choose an Everest conservatory

USEABLE ALL-YEAR ROUND


Designed to stay warm in the winter and cool 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. Plus, our multi-chambered profiles and argon-filled glass trap heat, keeping you comfortably warm.

CONSERVATORIES DESIGNED TO FIT AROUND YOU

Whether you want extra space for entertaining, for the family to relax in, or just a comfortable living space, Everest conservatories are fully bespoke so you can create a traditional or modern conservatory perfect for you.

STYLES

Choose from a range of conservatory styles including classic Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to and Orangery designs.

ROOFS

Conservatory roofs are available as polycarbonate, glass or solid (with and without glass). Our 2 solid roof options are tiled roofs or the hybrid roof system Livin' Roof.

COLOURS

Over 35 conservatory colours including uPVC woodgrain finishes which look like real timber and dual colour options with a different colour inside and out.

DOORS

All conservatories including uPVC and hardwood are fitted with French doors, with Bi-fold doors being an option on aluminium conservatories.

WALLS

To help your conservatory flow from your house, you can opt for a matching brick colour on any walls, which are available in various heights.

FINISHING TOUCHES

A range of accessories to complement your conservatory, including handle colours, finial designs and ceiling fans.

OUR PRICING IS TRANSPARENT AND AFFORDABLE

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    How much does a 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.

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    Do you offer any finance options?
    At Everest, we believe that you shouldn't have to break the bank to enjoy our products. Everest Home Solutions offers transparent, affordable and flexible funding, and like all Everest products it is designed to meet the needs of our customers, when purchasing home improvements.

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FAQs

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

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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 ABOUT PLANNING PERMISSION

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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.

    READ MORE ABOUT THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A CONSERVATORY AND ORANGERY

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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.
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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 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 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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    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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uPVC conservatory, Hertfordshire

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
 

Lean-to conservatory, West Sussex

I'm really pleased with the finished product. The design is incredibly flexible, and the result has not only given me much more living space, it has transformed the way I use the house. Catherine Parsons
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