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uPVC Conservatories

Why choose uPVC conservatories?

Conservatories allow you to add extra living space to your home for a slightly cheaper cost when compared to an extension. There are many different styles of conservatories to suit a variety of personal tastes and requirements, from Victorian conservatories, which are one of the most popular choices with homeowners, through to orangeries, which are the number one choice for homeowners searching for something out of the ordinary. 

  • uPVC conservatories have excellent insulation properties and will keep cold air at bay during the cooler months
  • uPVC conservatories can help to increase the overall value of your property and can help to attract potential buyers when it’s the right time to sell
  • uPVC conservatories are easy to install and can be tailored to suit your personal taste
  • uPVC conservatories are an easy and cheaper option to expand your home without having to move

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Independent Network & uPVC Conservatories

We have a wide range of high-quality uPVC doors in various styles to suit the interior and exterior of your home, no matter what style of property you live in. Our range of doors includes stylish designs for the front and back of your property, including glazed or unglazed, patterned glass, and low thresholds for easy access. Whichever option you choose from our range, we can guarantee security, safety and energy-efficiency.

Bevelled Glass

Bevelled glass is the modern equivalent to stained glass and adds to the exterior appeal of your conservatory, making for a sophisticated, elegant look. When the sunlight hits, bevelled glass shimmers and sparkles, which is a sight to be seen from the inside and outside. When creating your own bespoke glass design, you have the option to choose something unique to create a one-off piece that can’t be found anywhere else.

Bevelled Glass Conservatory from Independent Network


Our range of colours consists of 29 stylish options to choose from, allowing you to put your own stamp on the overall look of your home. You could opt for something fresh and traditional, such as grey or white, or quirky and unusual, such as green or blue. As well as experimenting with colour, you can also opt for a different colour for the exterior and interior of your conservatory, so you can be sure it blends in with the pre-existing decor of your home.

Conservatory Colours from Independent Network


When it comes to the glass of your conservatory, you have the choice between double or triple-glazing. There are many glass options available, complete with solar control on the outer panes in order to protect your home from excess heat in the summer, and Low-E on the inside pane to retain the heat during the colder months.

Double Or Triple Glazed Glass For Conservatories from Independent Network

Roofing Options

The final step. For your conservatory roof, you will have the option between a hybrid or polycarbonate roof.




A hybrid conservatory roof combines a solid vaulted roof with glass panels, allowing for extreme thermal insulation, while allowing plenty of light to fill the room. A hybrid roof will allow you to take advantage of your conservatory all year round, as it’ll be cool during the summer and warmer during the winter.




A polycarbonate roof is a strong, lightweight and insulating material, which makes it one of the best options for conservatories. Polycarbonate panels can withstand great force and are virtually unbreakable, which means your conservatory will be more than protected from the elements.

Conservatory Roofing Options from Independent Network

uPVC conservatory FAQs

Below, we have listed the most popular FAQs regarding uPVC conservatories. Still can’t find the answer to your query? Feel free to get in touch with us by calling 0800 800 080.

1) How much will it cost to install a uPVC conservatory to my home?

The cost to install a uPVC conservatory depends on your requirements, the type of home you have, and the installer. Use our handy price guide to find out how much your conservatory could cost.

2) Who will install my uPVC conservatory?

At Independent Network, we have a community of local, qualified fitters who specialise in the installation of uPVC conservatories. To get started, click here and find your local installer.

3) Do I need planning permission to install a conservatory to my home?

Adding a conservatory to your house is considered to be permitted development, which means you won’t need to apply for planning permission if your plans don’t go against the list of exemptions. For more information, click here.

4) How can I be sure I can trust an Independent Network installer?

It’s not easy to become one of our installers. To become a member, our installers must go through a rigorous selection process, so we can be sure they meet our high expectations and deserve a place in our group of installers. Excellent customer service is at the very heart of everything we do, which is something our installers have a mutual understanding of.

5) How long does it take to build a conservatory?

Installation time depends entirely on the size and spec of your conservatory. Based on this, a fully-fitted conservatory can take anywhere between 8 to 14 weeks to be built.

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