Conservatories can be a great addition to a house, it’s typically a lot cheaper than getting a standard extension and also creates an area that is great for relaxing whilst the sun is out. If you are looking into having this type of extension to your property then there are a few things you may want to know, such as if they are worth while doing, the average cost & the different types that you have available.
We have written this comprehensive guide to help aid your decision.
Are conservatories worth it?
It depends, usually conservatories have a good return on investment, generally speaking they are quite cheap in comparison to standard brick extensions. That being said, there are a variety of different types of styles you can choose from, some more appealing than others. Most of the time you will get back more than what you put in with a conservatory, as long as it is done to a high standard.
Average conservatories cost
As a general rule of thumb you should expect to pay between £2,000 to £2,500 per square metre of the conservatories & on average you can typically expect to pay £15K+ for a good quality conservatory, however uPVC is considerably cheaper which you can get from around 5K.
Here’s a bit of a breakdown of the costs involved:
- Foundations – £120/p cubic metre
- Roofing – Between £20 – £50/p square metre
- Brickwork – £80/p square metre
- Base / Damp proofing – £100/p cubic metre
This is just an idea, and it depends on the type of conservatory you go for as to the work included in doing so.
Styles & Effect on cost
There are several different styles to choose from when it comes to planning your conservatory and they all start at different prices as you would expect. We’ve put together a table to give you an example of the kind of prices that each type tends to start at so you can have a good idea as to which conservatory may be more suited to your budget.
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Get A Quote On A Conservatory
The price you will pay for your conservatory will vary massively depending on the size, style & even where you live with the cost of labour to include. The only way to give a definitive answer on how much a conservatory will cost is to get a quote from a professional.
We work with a company that will send your details to local conversion & extension experts who will be in touch to find out more details and provide you with a quote for the work. This allows you to compare several quotes in just a few clicks. Find out more below: