Our easy three step process is designed to help you find the right conservatory design at the best price.
Whether you have an exact plan when you start looking for conservatories or no idea where to start, our online system takes you through the available designs and materials and lets you select sizes and compare prices in the Portsmouth area.
Once you are happy with your conservatory design and online estimate our team can use the details to search our network of suppliers and installers to find those that can meet your needs at the best price.
We will find you a maximum of four suppliers from in and around Portsmouth who will be able to give you a competitive quote.
Simply compare their quotations to get yourself the best deal.
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BES Conservatories Portsmouth Tips for conservatories in and around Portsmouth
Tip – If you are looking for conservatories in and around Portsmouth it might be worth considering that some standard conservatories come with basic 16mm polycarbonate but you can usually upgrade to the better insulating option of 25 mm polycarbonate.
Tip – If you are looking for conservatories in and around Portsmouth as a multi-use room but don’t want to go to the expense of all the extra insulation etc then opt for cavity dwarf walls double glazed frames and a polycarbonate roof. You’ll still need heating and the room will probably not be comfortable on the cold winter evenings but for most people this is the best compromise between cost and use.
Tip – If you are looking for conservatories in and around Portsmouth, the rounded ends of a Victorian conservatory give less floor area than a similarly sized Edwardian style conservatory.
Tip – If you are looking for conservatories in and around Portsmouth and you want to be able to use your room year round whatever the weather or time of day then go for Pilkington K glass (gas-filled if your budget can go that far) and a glass roof (or as a minimum a 25mm polycarbonate roof) as well as heating. This will get you as close as you can be to a year-round living space!
Tip – If you are looking for conservatories in and around Portsmouth, talk to your friends and colleagues – they may be able to recommend conservatory planners, designers or installers. In the worst situations, they may even be able to tell you who to stay away from.