Why is it difficult to give prices for conservatories?
Getting prices for a bespoke conservatory couldn’t be simpler with Ultraframe Home Improvements.
We can’t list prices, as each conservatory is made to order and designed by you, with a choice of materials which suit your home.
Even approximate guesses wouldn’t account for building work and different roof types. For true conservatory prices, arrange for an Ultraframe representative to take some measurements.
Why not download a brochure for some inspiration?
Glass Roof Conservatories
Glass roofed conservatories are some of our most popular installations in Clitheroe & Lancashire.
From orangeries with roof lanterns, to classic Edwardian conservatories, the scope of what’s available in today’s market is staggering.
If you’ve already got an existing polycarbonate conservatory, a new glass roof can make a huge difference, creating a new living space you can use all year round.
High Quality Double Glazing in Conservatories
As with our bespoke windows, all of our glass based conservatories are equipped with high quality double glazing.
Whether you opt for aluminium or uPVC as your choice of building material, the standard of glass and glazed paneling remains the same.
With self-cleaning technology, your glazed conservatory roof is easier to clean and simple to maintain.
The cost of a glass conservatory depends on your choice of frames, the size of the conservatory and the amount of building required.
Is it difficult to get planning permission for fully glazed conservatories?
Although planning permission if often required for single story extensions in your home, a conservatory is different
A fully glazed conservatory is sometimes defined as a temporary living space. This means that your conservatory will not need planning permission.
Of course there are exceptions to this rule and building regulations will vary slightly from council to council.
Getting a price for a fully glazed conservatory
At Ultraframe Home Improvements, we try to make the pricing conservatories as quick and convenient as possible.
Once you inquire we will call to arrange a time for an Ultraframe representative to discuss your project.
After taking some approximate measurements, they will talk you through the various customization options.
What are the benefits of a glass roof conservatory?
- Cost – Glass roofs are cheaper than solid replacement roofs.
- Noise Reduction – during rainfall, the double-glazing will be quieter than plastic.
- Quality Glazing – With an A+ rating for thermal performance, your double glazed conservatory save you money in heating bills.
- Self-Cleaning – Our conservatory roof glass is self-cleaning using the suns ray’s to disperse debris.
- Reduced Glare – Using modern coatings, you can reduce glare during the daytime in your conservatory.
Solid Roof Conservatories
Solid roofed conservatories are quickly becoming the go-to for single story extension designs.
We manufacture and install all of our replacement roofs right here in Clitheroe, Lancashire.
We have two solid conservatory roof options;
The Ultraroof 380, A lightweight tiled conservatory roof comparable to a full extension, with synthetic slates.
The Livinroof, a high performance combination of solid roof insulation and double glazed roofing panels.
How Much Does An Ultraframe Solid Conservatory Roof Cost?
Unfortunately, the prices for conservatory roof are subject to sizes, designs and amount of glazed units.
As it is not an off the shelf product, our solid conservatory roof options don’t have an off the shelf price.
For accurate conservatory roof costs please arrange an appointment online, for one of our Ultraframe consultants to discuss your project.
Can I put a solid conservatory roof on my existing conservatory
Yes, this is possible in some cases, due to the light weight design of our solid conservatory roofs.
However, before we could guarantee that your solid roof will be compatible with your existing conservatory, we would need to assess the structural integrity of your current conservatory design.
Will my solid conservatory roof need planning permission
For solid roof extensions in your home, you will most likely need to go through planning permission.
We can inform you relatively quickly whether this will be the case and will include the cost of planning permission in your conservatory quote.
From there, we’ll process and manage your application, to deliver the best results.