uPVC Conservatories

Our uPVC conservatories are designed with safety and security in mind; you can be sure your home is never at risk with a product from Wilmslow Glass. If you’re looking for a luxury conservatory that’s both energy efficient and made to measure, look no further.

Owning a conservatory could not be easier – ask to see our various styles that are tailored to suit your individual needs and we will take care of all the details even down to the planning application and finance.

The addition of a bright new conservatory will enhance your living space and improve the value of your home. Talk to us now and move a step closer to owning the ultimate home improvement – a stylish conservatory suitable for a wide variety of activities and uses.

Livin Rooms

A Livin Room is the best of both worlds, combining the light and sky of a conservatory with the walls and ceiling of an extension.

A Livin Room is truly multi-functional, creating a pleasant and relaxing space for meditation or it can be a full-on family room. Livin Room offer more, lots more than either a conservatory or an extension. With the internal perimeter ceiling plastered and the incorporation of downlights, along with the fabulous external cornice, we are convinced you will be thrilled with your Livin Room design.
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Conservatory Installation

We here at Wilmslow Glass are proud to be one of the best conservatory installation companies in Cheshire. Whether you’re opting for a brand-new uPVC conservatory or you’ve decided you’d prefer one of our Livin Rooms, we’ll be with you every step of the installation process to ensure you’re satisfied with the result.

Planning Permission for Conservatories

One of the most frequently asked questions we receive from customers is “do I need planning permission to install a conservatory?” and, more often than not, the answer is no. Adding a conservatory to your home is usually allowed under ‘permitted development’ rules. There are only a few occasions where you might need to apply for planning permission, and these are:

• If the conservatory is being built on the front of the house
• If the conservatory is being built on a side of a building that’s facing a highway
• If the conservatory is going to take up more than half of the area of the original house

There may also be limits on the dimensions of the conservatory (depending on the type of property you own) and you may still need to apply for building regulations approval. The good news is that the Wilmslow Glass team will be on hand to advise on all elements of the installation including planning permission and building regulations. This ensures your conservatory or Livin Room is never in breach of any construction guidelines. Visit our blog for more information on guidelines surrounding conservatories.

Got a question?

If you want to know more about our Conservatories don’t hesitate to get in touch, one of our friendly staff will be happy to answer and questions you may have

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