If you’re looking to add extra space to your home to accommodate a workout area, office or playroom, why not consider a uPVC conservatory from Live In Design? Cost-effective, durable, and fully customisable, conservatories made from uPVC are an affordable choice without compromising on quality. This low maintenance material keeps your conservatory cool in the summer and warm in the winter, without warping or swelling like its more expensive timber alternative.
Live in Design offers an unmatched variety of uPVC conservatories in a range of styles, impressive choice of colour options and an array of finishes to suit every home. Our conservatory experts can source and install materials to match the personality of your living space, creating a seamless transition between your house and conservatory. With over 25 years of experience, our professional team are on hand to ensure that your new uPVC conservatory is crafted from the best British manufactured materials, flawlessly designed, and expertly installed.
Offering thermal efficiency to help you save money on your energy bills, Live in Design uPVC conservatories are fitted with durable uPVC windows and doors, including your choice of bi-fold doors, french windows and french doors. Whichever style is your favourite, Live in Design will create a bespoke uPVC conservatory which you can enjoy all year round.
Custom-made with the latest energy-saving technology, uPVC conservatory panels from Live in Design are rated ‘A’ for energy efficiency. Our combination of high-performance glass, insulated uPVC conservatory ceilings and double-glazed windows ensure that your new conservatory is warmer in the winter months, and cooler in the summer.
Offering the highest quality materials, installation and customer service, bespoke conservatories from Live in Design are multi-functional, low maintenance and come with a lifetime guarantee for your peace of mind. To arrange a visit from one of our experts and receive a no obligation quote, call 02380 695 686 or email email@example.com.
uPVC is the most popular material for conservatories in the UK, and for good reason! This low-cost, high performance plastic derivative is perfect for conservatory frames, as its rigid nature offers impressive durability against the elements. This strength is also incredibly helpful for thermal insulation to prevent draughtiness and protect your home from the cold in the winter, as the material doesn’t warp or swell like timber-framed conservatories. This maintains a sealed unit and keeps the draughts out during winter, and an ambient temperature in the summer.
uPVC is also extremely low maintenance and doesn’t require any special treatments for cleaning or upkeep. A simple wipe-down with a damp cloth will keep your uPVC frames looking shiny and new.
Conservatories made from uPVC are also available in a variety of colours and finishes, allowing a completely bespoke design. Coloured uPVC conservatory frames can be shade-matched to suit the rest of your home, and details such as cornices and beams can be customised to suit your preferences.
Choosing a uPVC conservatory doesn’t mean compromising on style. Available in an unmatched array of designs and colours with both fully insulated glass roof and tiled roof options, our installation experts can make bespoke adjustments to your chosen style so that the extension matches seamlessly with your home.
Multi-functional uPVC frames can also be created to mimic the design of more tradition styles, using woodgrain effects such as golden oak or mahogany. Some of the most popular conservatories include styles which are influenced by the Victorian era, in addition to more modern designs.
This classic style offers an apexed, ornate roof with a faceted, rounded appearance. This design provides plenty of natural light and is perfect for larger spaces due to its bay-fronted shape. Typical of more traditional-style homes, Victorian conservatories are made with timber frames by tradition, however our durable uPVC can bring this style into the modern age with better insulation and longevity than timber.
Also known as ‘pavilion’ conservatories, this style is reminiscent of the gable end of a house, or a traditional pavilion. This elegant conservatory features an apex upvc conservatory roof with two sloping and one vertical side, and also suits traditional homes with its quintessential period-style charm. Fully customisable with a variety of colours and finishes to choose from, this popular style is an elegant addition to your home.
This classic conservatory combines the ornate finishes of the Victorian style with a flat-walled, functional square or rectangular shape. Edwardian conservatories suit all homes due to their simple design which allows for a host of customisations. This shape invites streams of natural light and I perfect for showing off a beautiful garden.
As one of the most popular styles of conservatories in the UK, it is no surprise that this stylish design is influenced by Mediterranean architecture. This simplistic style is beloved for its functional rectangular shape, full glass walls and suitability for small spaces. Flexible, functional, and cost-effective, the ‘Mediterranean’ conservatory can be made completely bespoke to suit your space.
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Live in Design supplies and installs high quality uPVC conservatories, window frames, and doors to homes in Eastleigh, Southampton, Winchester and the surrounding areas. Whether you are looking to enhance your existing conservatory, replace your polycarbonate roof with glazed uPVC panels, or browse insulated conservatories with insulated conservatory ceilings, Live in Design can help you transform your home.
Our Conservatories Designer will help you to create a customised quote for whatever style of uPVC conservatory you are looking for. The specialist quote feature allows you to enter your dimensions and stylistic preferences, giving you an accurate, no obligation, free quote.
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