Why edwardian conservatories?
- An Edwardian conservatory is an extremely elegant design and is a suitable addition to either a traditional or modern home.
- It is usually either square or rectangular in shape with a high-pitched ornate roof line.
- Its construction usually incorporates a dwarf wall in keeping with the main structure of the property although, if preferred, it can be built using floor to ceiling double or triple glazed units.
How much does an edwardian conservatory cost?
A conservatory is a great addition to any living space. Providing a new environment to relax, socialise and indulge, it's no surprise that a conservatory can also offer a significant return on investment.
Functional and versatile, an Edwardian conservatory will complement and enhance both a traditional and modern home, and is renowned for its elegant structure which is either square or rectangular in shape, with a high-pitched roof line.
Offering an ideal space to reap the many benefits of natural light by bringing the sunshine indoors, an Edwardian conservatory can be used throughout the year and one of the main advantages of this type of conservatory is that it can be adapted in size to meet the needs of your property.
So whether you live in a modest two-bedroom property or a six-bedroom property, an Edwardian conservatory is considered as one of the most cost effective ways to add a functional living space to your property.
But how much does an Edwardian conservatory cost?
We've created a helpful guide outlining everything you need to know about the cost of an Edwardian Conservatory.
The size of the conservatory you opt, and whether you choose an Edwardian conservatory with tiled roof, an Edwardian conservatory with glass roof or Edwardian conservatory with polycarbonate roof will have an impact on the price you can expect to pay. The starting prices below are based on the conservatory being 3.5m by 3.5m.
Edwardian conservatory with tiled roof
Starting from: £11,500
An Edwardian conservatory with tiled roof will not only enhance the appearance of your home, but it will also offer exceptional versatility when it comes to creating a brand new living space. Oh and a conservatory with a tiled roof can add as much as 10% to the value of your home.
For this type of conservatory, you can expect to pay a little more than a conservatory with a glass roof or a polycarbonate roof. However, as conservatories with tiled roofs do not let as much light in, it's worthwhile considering roof windows, which will instantly let a flow of light and air into your new space.
Edwardian conservatory with glass roof
Starting from: £9,500
An Edwardian conservatory with a glass roof offers the ultimate additional living space for modern homes.
Providing a fantastic source of light all year round, a conservatory really is a great space to indulge, socialise and relax.
And this doesn't mean that it will be hot in the summer and cold in the winter - far from it. Thanks to significant advances in glass technology, there now a whole host of different glass types available that will not only reduce glare by blocking out the sun, prevent leakages and draughts, but will also offer optimum insulation and energy efficiency during the winter months.
There are also glass roofs that can also prevent rain noise too!
Edwardian conservatory with polycarbonate roof
Starting from: £9,000
An Edwardian conservatory with a polycarbonate roof is one of the most cost effective options you can choose. And this doesn't mean that you will need to compromise on quality - far from it!
An Edwardian conservatory with a polycarbonate roof is a great option if you are working with a strict budget.
Although you will have to consider the lack of natural insulation benefits that come hand in and hand with a glass or tiled roof, you will be able to opt for solar inserts for polycarbonate roofing, which allow homeowners to enjoy the luxury of a warm, inviting and cosy conservatory, without the expense.