Price Summary for Building Victorian and Edwardian Conservatories
Price Range = £5,424 to £8,135
Average Cost = £6,835
Cheapest Price = £5,424
For those with larger, detached properties, however, a simple lean-to or L-shaped conservatory might look a little out of place; after all, you want to make the most of all the room you have in your garden, and a small, square glass extension won’t really complement the existing property and outdoor environment. Instead, why not look into having a Victorian or Edwardian style conservatory installed?
Victorian and/or Edwardian conservatories have been growing in popularity in recent years, thanks to their ornate, gothic structures and classical conservatory ‘look’. They can be shaped into regular square or rectangle shapes, or hexagonal or octagonal ‘circles’, depending on the shape of your garden; you can even have it moulded against more than one wall if that’s what you would prefer. The extra sides allow more light to be reflected in the available space, thus offering a more ‘illuminative’ quality; plus the additional supports at the end of each panel allow for a more decorative, extravagant style that you don’t get with ordinary lean-to models.
Conservatory Cost Comparison
But how much does this style of conservatory cost? Well, to help you get a rough idea of how much a Victorian or Edwardian conservatory might set you back, we’ve put together an easy-to-use table outlining the various prices depending on the style of conservatory model you want and the rough size you might be looking for
Of course, these figures should be treated as simple estimates rather than final numbers; for the most accurate and recent Edwardian conservatory prices and Victorian conservatory prices get in touch with a variety of different retailers and manufacturers, who can offer free, often immediate quotes to help you budget and find the best deal available for you.
Obviously the final cost of an Edwardian/Victorian conservatory will depend on a number of different factors, including its size and height, the number of panels you want and the conservatory roof style you choose; not to mention added extras like internal heating, ventilation and/or double glazing. Whatever you end up choosing, just remember to check your chosen conservatory contractor’s building credentials and make sure they are fully qualified to install your final design; you don’t want to end up with a half-baked job that could be a danger to you and your family. As long as your careful, your new Victorian or Edwardian conservatory could be fully fitted in as little as two to three weeks – ready for you to use and enjoy!
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