Lean to Conservatory Prices are often less than you may think
With many options available for all sizes of home and buildings, you may be looking for a simple design to help increase the space in your home. Or maybe you just want somewhere special to sit and enjoy the space with friends and family.
For those with houses that have low roofs, such as some cottages or bungalows, a lean-to conservatory could be the answer. Especially in terms of a design that can enhance the home without breaking the bank.
Whatever your budget, the good thing about lean-to conservatories from the Compare Conservatory Cost price comparison website, is that there is a design and size to fit almost any situation.
Having said that, the price you pay for your own conservatory will no doubt vary according to the specification that suits you. Luckily, the simple rectangular floor plan with a single plane angled roof is a super flexible room that can be fitted almost anywhere.
Prices can range from a few thousand pounds for a fully fitted 3×3 or 3×4 (metre) example, right up to 10’s of thousands for luxury bespoke orangeries.
Clearly it will be prudent to review several quotations before deciding on an installer, but you could also consider having a local builder do the ground clearing or preparation beforehand if the cost of doing so can save expenses. You may also wish to use “local talent” to landscape after the room is finished – maybe a patio or some raised decking?
When getting a quote, make sure you and the installer are clear about what is being included or excluded – for example, if you need planning permission is are the expenses included in the quote?
- To be on the safe side, keep an emergency fund of around 10 – 15% of the cost to allow for unforeseen events.