Edwardian conservatories are a favourite among British homeowners because of their versatility and their beautiful finish. They stand apart from lean-to-conservatories, which are some of the lowest-cost options, by having an apex-pitched roof. An Edwardian conservatory will add an element of modernity to your home while preserving its chique Edwardian-era flavour. This type of conservatory is built to fit seamlessly in with your house and add an element of freshness while being fully functional.
This conservatory design has a wide array of options you can choose from. The walls can either be a mix of glass and brick, glass and paneling, or full glass. Most Edwardian conservatory roofs are made of glass, but they can also be made from polycarbonate or tiles. Glass conservatory roofs allow for more natural light to enter the room and is a good option if you are a natural light lover.
You have various flooring options to choose from for your new conservatory. Several popular choices are hardwood flooring, tiled flooring, and you can also go for heated flooring as an extra option.
How much does an Edwardian conservatory cost?
The two main cost factors affecting your conservatory cost will be the cost of materials and labour. It will also depend on which part of the UK you are in, as Conservatory installers have different overhead costs across the UK.
An Edwardian conservatory will also increase in cost as the size of the conservatory increases. Conservatory design (either dwarf wall, full height, or full height bottom-panel) will also be a determinant factor.
The building of an Edwardian conservatory extension to your home can be broken down into three parts. The main expense is normally material cost and transportation (logistics), then the labour cost of your contractor. One of the costs most people don’t initially consider is the ground preparation and foundation, which is one of the most critical parts of the production of a conservatory. You should consult some conservatory installers to assess this aspect for you.
What is the average cost of an Edwardian conservatory?
Edwardian conservatories do not cost too much more than lean-to conservatories. However, the Edwardian conservatory prices range from £9,000 to £24,000. It all depends on the size of the extension, the design, and the installer’s charges. The average cost for an Edwardian conservatory can be estimated at around £15,000 when considering the most possible sizes and designs.
It is important to note that, since the range of Edwardian conservatory prices is quite large, your particular conservatory might not fall into the average price range. A lot will depend on how much your conservatory installer charges you and how much the logistics charges are for your conservatory’s materials.
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