uPVC Conservatory Range

uPVC Conservatories - Practical and Stylish

  • Built to last & easy to maintain
  • Fully bespoke to suit your needs
  • Warm in winter & cool in summer
  • Hassle free, we take care of it all
  • Guaranteed for 10 years

Explore uPVC conservatories by style

A classic conservatory in white uPVC with open doors displaying a dining table inside.
Classic ❯
A stylish orangery in a light brown tan coloured uPVC that is well matched to the old brick house and shabby chic garden.
Orangeries ❯
A modern home extension with light brown brickwork and a thatched tiled conservatory roof.
Tiled Roof Extensions ❯
A large glass extension with white uPVC frames and tall glass conservatory doors opening out on to a garden.
Glass Extensions ❯

Why choose an Everest uPVC Conservatory?

Our uPVC conservatories reflect the latest advances in conservatory technology. Their superior quality is a signature of Everest products and with Everest uPVC Conservatories, you’ll enjoy the following benefits:

Unique to Everest

  • Brighter white uPVC window frames, guaranteed not to discolour or fade for life
  • Made to measure for a perfect fit – unlike other suppliers, we have a much smaller tolerance for gaps and use a uPVC trim around the edge of the conservatory for a neater finish
  • Lifetime guarantees against discolouration and fog or condensation between the panes of the window sealed units

And still there’s more…

  • Extra secure with 12-point bi-directional stainless steel locking mechanism, with galvanised steel reinforcements exceeding British Standards
  • Built to last and easy to maintain - manufactured to the highest quality, so they won’t rot, rust, peel or flake, with an occasional wipe down using warm, soapy water keeping them at their best all year round
  • Ultimate glass option made of solar glass and self-cleaning glass for great all round performance and convenience
  • Lead free and fully recyclable material, in-keeping with our “green living” ethos
  • Comprehensive 10-year guarantee on materials and workmanship, as standard

A range of styles

  • Classic conservatories - A classic conservatory is a great way of providing extra living space within your home. The room is commonly used for entertaining family or house guests and offers a great vantage point to enjoy your garden as it contains more glass than brickwork.
  • OrangeriesOrangeries are also perfect for generating extra living space. They tend to contain more brickwork than glass, making them more suitable as a private relaxation room. An orangery’s appearance is generally light and airy, giving it the feeling of a conservatory, but its elegance adds a touch of grandeur.
  • Glass Extensions Glass roof extensions add a bold, unique visual element to your home. The glass naturally creates a bright living space and they can be built in even the most testing of spaces, letting an unrivalled amount of daylight into your home.
  • Tiled Roof Extensions Tiled roof extensions are designed to look and function like a permanent part of your home. They provide a solid, minimum fuss structure that offers extra space and privacy.
  • Replacement conservatory roofs - Update the look and performance of your existing conservatory with an affordable Everest Replacement Conservatory Roof. Available in uPVC and aluminium. 

uPVC conservatory FAQs

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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    How much does a uPVC conservatory cost?
    A uPVC conservatory offers excellent value for money when adding extra space to your home. They can start from as low as £14,000 for a basic conservatory but can cost significantly more depending on the size and fittings you require.

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    Can I extend my conservatory?
    Most conservatories are built as stand alone structures which are self supporting so adding or extending could impact the structural integrity of the current space. Every project will be different so we would advise you speak with a conservatory expert who can review your current conservatory and provide options. Building a new conservatory may make more sense in the long run both from a cost perspective and to ensure that the structure remains fit for purpose.
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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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