If you need more space, then adding a bright and airy conservatory to your home may be just the answer.

Most conservatories are exempt from building regulations approval and they are generally less expensive to build than traditional extensions.

These rooms were very popular in Victorian and Edwardian times and, with the introduction of modern building techniques, can provide versatile space that is often seen as a halfway point between the house and the garden.

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Conservatories come in all sorts of shapes and sizes so make sure you choose the right one for you.

In this section of our site we will examine every aspect of converting a loft. We look at the best way to design the layout to get the most out of the space provided and what to expect at the building stage.

In this section of our site, we examine every aspect of the design and building process of adding a conservatory to your home and we take a look at the variety of construction materials available.

We have attempted to include all the information you are likely to need but, if you can not find the particular details you require, try the Ask Our Experts facility.

In all the sections of our site, we provide useful factsheets which are interactive and contain links to further information about the subject. Just click on the heading to view the factsheet.

my home my gardenHow can we help?

myhome mygarden can provide a comprehensive Feasibility Study for any conservatory that you are considering which is an excellent way of finding out what is possible and how much it will cost.

See the Feasibility Study  section of our site for more information and a sample report and plans.

Call us Free on 0800 3800 141 to find out more.