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Conservatories in Hampshire, Surrey, Berkshire & South-West London

No longer are you limited to the glasshouse design traditionally associated with conservatories. Today, they offer incredible versatility, allowing you to enjoy a premium living space in whatever way your heart desires.

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Customer Journey

The process of buying from Sherborne Windows consists of 3 simple steps:

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After getting in touch with us online, in person or over the phone regarding your home improvement project, we send out a member of our friendly team to your home to do a survey and discuss your requirements further.

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Once you've told us what work you'd like doing and a price has been agreed, a date that is suitable for us and yourself will be set for our installation team to carry out the work.

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Once the work has finished, we provide you with a comprehensive 10-year guarantee. You'll also have access to our brilliant aftersales service, ensuring you can continue getting the best from any products purchased from us.

Available with a Glass or Solid Roof

At a basic level, a glass roof will allow more light to come into your conservatory whilst a solid roof will make it look and feel more like a traditional extension does. However, there are various other differences between them and you can learn more about these by clicking on the links below.

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Glass Roofs

As I'm sure you are well aware, glass roofs offer maximum light intake. However, thanks to modern innovation, they now excel at trapping warmth inside too.

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Solid Roofs

Solid roofs ensure for total quiet and warmth, leaving you with a comfortable living space that isn't dissimilar to a traditional brick and mortar extension.

Conservatory Colours

Whether you want a traditional looking conservatory or something that looks distinctively modern, anything is possible with the wealth of colour options that we have available.

Black OrangeryGrey OrangeryWhite OrangeryCream OrangeryRosewood OrangeryNatural Wood OrangeryNatural Oak OrangeryCream OrangeryWhite OrangeryCream OrangeryAnthracite Grey OrangeryBlack OrangeryAgate Grey OrangeryOlive Grey OrangerySmooth White OrangeryWhite Grain OrangeryGolden Oak OrangeryRosewood OrangeryBlack OrangeryAny RAL Colour Orangery

Classic & bespoke conservatory styles

We’ve got a conservatory option to suit any type of home. Select from Victorian, Edwardian, Lean-to, and Gable conservatories. If you have space in your garden, you might even combine the two styles together.

Alternatively, our team of experts can help you to create something totally bespoke for your home instead. Whether you are looking for a modern conservatory, a small conservatory, or a conservatory replacement roof, our double-glazing professionals can help. We have over 30 years of conservatory installation experience, so we’ve worked on thousands of unique projects during this time. So, if you are looking for conservatory ideas, give us a call!

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Are modern conservatories energy efficient and secure?

Whatever you decide, our naturally insulating uPVC frames and high-quality glazing ensure that your new modern conservatory will have no problem staying warm. We also provide the option of low-e glass, which works to reflect heat away from the conservatory, so they are able to stay cool during soaring temperatures.

Any doors and windows on your uPVC conservatory will be equipped with a range of leading security hardware, so your new space won’t be a security risk either. With security and comfort guaranteed, you can confidently use your new conservatory in whatever you please, whether that’s as a kitchen, dining room or something else entirely.

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What is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?

The main difference between an orangery and a conservatory is the amount of glazing used within the structure. Traditionally conservatories are made up of a glass roof, a glazed structure, and a brick dwarf wall. On the other hand, orangeries traditionally have a flat roof with a central glass lantern, a brick structure, and large, glazed windows. However, the difference between the two glazed extensions has blurred over the last few years due to the flexibility homeowners have when it comes to designing them. With tiled conservatory roofs, fully glazed structures, and roof lanterns surging in popularity, homeowners are mix and matching features from both styles of glazed extensions, to create something completely unique to them.

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What are the rules for a conservatory?

The rules for a conservatory can vary depending on your location and the specific regulations in your area. However, there are some general guidelines that apply to most conservatories:

1. Size: The size of the conservatory cannot exceed 50% of the total land area around the original house. The maximum size of a single-story conservatory without planning permission is 4 meters in height, and 3 meters in depth for a semi-detached or terraced house, and 4 meters in depth for a detached house.

2. Placement: The conservatory must be built at ground level and cannot be placed forward of the principal elevation of the property. The conservatory cannot be located in a front yard that faces a road without planning permission.

3. Materials: The conservatory must be constructed with materials that match the existing property and not have a balcony, veranda, or raised platform.

4. Glazing: All glazing and fixed electrical installations in the conservatory must comply with building regulations.

5. Heating: The conservatory must have independent heating controls with a separate on/off switch.

6. Planning Permission: If your conservatory does not meet the requirements for permitted development, you may need to apply for planning permission from your local authority.

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Do I need planning permission for a conservatory?

In most cases, you do not need planning permission for a conservatory, as long as it meets certain criteria. These include:

1. The conservatory does not exceed 50% of the total land area around the original house.
2. The conservatory is not higher than the highest part of the existing roof.
3. The conservatory is not more than 4 meters high at the highest point of the roof, and does not extend more than 4 meters from the rear wall of the original house (for a detached house) or 3 meters (for a semi-detached or terraced house).
4. The conservatory does not have a balcony, veranda, or raised platform.
5. The conservatory is built at ground level.

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Windlesham Conservatory & Orangery Showsite

Lavershot Barns, London Road (A30), Windlesham, GU20 6LL

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Farnborough Window & Door Showroom

135 Lynchford Rd, Farnborough, Hants GU14 6HD

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Timber Windows of Hartley Wintney Showroom

55 High Street, Hartley Wintney, Hook, RG27 8NY

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Timber Windows of Sunningdale Showroom

2 Broomhall Buildings, London Road, Sunningdale, SL5 0DH

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Bank Holiday Opening Hours

Bank Holiday - We will be closed on Monday 27th reopening on Tuesday 28th May, with the exception of Windlesham which is open 10 -4