Want to build a conservatory but don't have much space or a big budget? Then check out our guide to small conservatory prices and find out how much it will cost you to install a small conservatory.
How much does a small Conservatory cost?
Average cost in UK: £2267
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The average cost for a small Conservatory is £2267. You are likely to spend between £2039 and £2522 total. Exact price may vary depending on your area and project details.
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Small Conservatory Cost Summary

Price Range = £2,039 to £2,522

Average Cost = £2,267

Cheapest Price = £2,039

If you’re looking to expand your home but don’t fancy a large or double-storey extension (and perhaps was thinking of something a little more affordable), then a conservatory might be just the thing you’re looking for. You might still think that’s beyond your price range – after all, those fancy Edwardian and Victorian models don’t even fit in every garden in the UK, and can look gaudy and overbearing if forced into a relatively small space. Well fear not – because small, lean-to models in your standard uPVC design can still be purchased at competitive prices for any UK homeowner.

Small conservatories might seem a little pointless, but if you think about it that really isn’t the case; not only do they offer a quiet, relaxing retreat for members of the family, but they can still be used as a small breakfast area, a sun lounging spot or even a tranquil reading or study area. Despite what some contractors might say you really can make the most of the garden space that’s available; plus you won’t need any kind of planning permission for such a small construction – so there’s really no reason not to invest! Still, exactly how much will a small conservatory set you back?

Small Conservatory Cost Table

To help you get a basic idea of small conservatory prices, we’ve put together the following cost table that outlines the different prices of small conservatories according to the size of your final design (width x length) and the three major models (lean-to, low-pitch and a full glass model) offered by most contractors:

Size (mm x mm)
Lean-to Dwarf Wall
Low Pitch Model
Full Glass Model

Remember, although these figures are useful for some pre-installation budgeting and preparation, they are just estimates offered by a single company website, and should not be used as strict guidelines for whether or not you can afford a new small conservatory. To get the most accurate prices available, research the cost of a small conservatory from a variety of different retailers and conservatory builders before you start outlining final costs; that way you can be sure to get the best deal possible before signing on the dotted line.

It’s also worth noting that sometimes, a slightly larger conservatory than the sizes listed above isn’t always that much more expensive; keep an eye out for sales and special offers in your local area, and don’t be afraid to negotiate for a deal that’s best suited to your garden and projected conservatory plans; after all, once it’s fully erected and the work’s complete you won’t be able to tear it down and replace it so easily with a better model that you really wanted all along!

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