Bespoke DIY PVC Conservatory Kits Get A Quote Online Today!
At Prior Conservatories each order we receive is made to the client’s individual requirements. By using the websites quotation service the customer is able to go through a quick and easy to use 10 step process to design their own conservatory.
Read this quick guide to see how easy it is to use our online quotation builder. At any time you can use the back button to go back and make a change to your order and you are able to restart the process again and again if you need too.
Before you buy a new DIY conservatory it is wise to check with your local authority that you meet all their requirements. Under the present local authority legislations you shouldn’t need planning permission to build a conservatory if you meet the following guidelines
First thing to do is to choose your conservatory style; we are able to offer you various styles from the Gable End, Lean To, Hipped Lean To, Victorian, Edwardian and P Shaped. It is a good idea to know what you intend to use the conservatory for before choosing the style and work out the size of the conservatory before going any further.
You should also think which style is going to best compliment your property and that you choose the size of the conservatory carefully – having the biggest isn’t always the best choice.
Each style of conservatory offers different benefits to the home owner for example the Gable end conservatory provides additional height and light with its flat upright roof and the Lean to conservatory is perfect for properties that are limited on space. So careful consideration should be given to which style conservatory is going to best suit your needs and your property.
Step one – Choose the conservatory colour.
We can manufacture your new conservatory in 3 colours white, rosewood and golden oak, with the option to have dual colours; rosewood on white or golden oak on white. The rosewood and golden oak colours are manufactured in PVC wood grain finish which is aesthetic appealing and has the appearance of timber.
Step Two – Choose type of conservatory
The “type” refers to the construction of the conservatory panels. “Full height” means that the windows will run from floor to ceiling, “full height panel” means the bottom area will be enclosed with a small PVC wall and “dwarf wall” is the same as full height panel but will be constructed by bricks.
Step Three – Choose the size of the conservatory.
The measurements shown are all in millimetres and are measured from the external brick measurements. If the size you require is not in this list you will need to go to the bespoke design option.
Step Four – Choose the roof colour
All our conservatories are supplied with polycarbonate roofs which are virtually shatterproof and 200 times stronger than glass. The polycarbonate roofs are designed to lessen the glare and heat so helping to keep the conservatory at a suitable temperature all year round.
Step 5 – Choose the window and door handles
There are three classic colours to choose from chrome, gold and white. You may consider matching the window furniture you already have within your property or you may decide to create a completely different look within this room. All the handles are lockable for extra security.
Step six – Choose the position of the doors.
When you started the process and decided on the style and size of your conservatory you properly decided where you wanted the French doors to go. Now is the time to add this information to the quote process. As you can see from the image below the French doors can be fitted anywhere around the conservatory apart from the two corners.
Step seven – Choose the openers
Once the door positions have been selected the top openers can be choosen. You can see from the image below the doors are in positions A and B so this leaves you the other areas to add openers if you wish. Within the price of your conservatory you get 2 openers for free and after that each additional opener is £50 including vat (this is per opener)
Step eight – Roof vents
Ventilation is important in a conservatory so roof vents are available, however if you do not want these included in the quote simply choose the “No roof vents required option”.
Step nine – Choose the top fanlight glass
Now time to get creative and personalise your conservatory by choosing from the collection of glazing options. Clear glass is the standard option but if you want to choose a bevelled or patterned top light you are able to do so.
Step ten – Conservatory price and summary
You have now completed the quotation and can see a summary of the order and have 3 options available
• Yes I would like to buy my conservatory
• Yes I would like to receive a FREE brochure
• I’d like to get another quote
Once we receive your order we will contact you to arrange delivery and payment.
The team is always available during normal business hours Monday – Friday 9.00am – 5pm.
We also have a conservatory show room in Clifford Chambers Near Stratford upon Avon where 4 of our kit conservatories can be viewed.
Conservatory Show room
Stratford Garden Centre