Classic Conservatory Specialist
Conservatories Built & Installed in Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Dorset & West Sussex
Our simplest conservatory solution is practical cost-effective and straightforward. Whether your property is large or small, old or new, we have the perfect conservatory options to create a bespoke design for your home.
From design and organising planning permission, to the final installation, Brackenwood can help with the whole process!
Conservatory options to suit your style & budget
- Full choice of conservatory window and frame materials, available in uPVC, aluminium and timber
- Wide range of further customisation - colour, glass type, window style, custom handles and more
- Range of sizes and styles to match your budget and house design, including brickwork and solid roofs
Benefit from Our Conservatory Experience & Expertise
Brackenwood's top-quality conservatories have numerous benefits, including:
- Additional Living Space
A quality conservatory expands your living area without the need for a full home extension, making it a cost-effective solution.
- Natural Light & Views
Large glass panels allow an abundance of natural light to flood the space creating a bright and uplifting atmosphere.
- Year-Round Enjoyment
Our conservatories are extremely well-insulated making them comfortable to use throughout the year, regardless of the season.
- Connection to Nature
Experience a deeper connection to nature without stepping outside, making conservatories an ideal spot for relaxation.
- Excellent Versatility
A well-designed conservatory can be adapted to suit a wide range of uses, from a playroom to a space for entertaining guests.
- Increased Property Value
A well-built conservatory can significantly increase the value of your property and make it more attractive to potential buyers.
- Comfortable Temperature
Modern conservatories use advanced glazing technologies to help retain heat in the winter and keep it cool during the summer.
- Tailored Designs
With our extensive options, you can integrate your new conservatory with your home, or create a stunning contemporary feature.
- Health & Well-Being
The abundance of natural light flooding into conservatories can positively impact mood and promote overall well-being.
Trusted Conservatory Builders
Whether you choose a uPVC, aluminium or timber framed conservatory, the final build will reflect the latest advances in conservatory technology. The signature Brackenwood quality is confirmed by our many happy customers - read some of our 450+ testimonials here.
A conservatory type for every property
You can work with our highly regarded conservatory designers and builders to choose the right look for your new sun room:
- Edwardian - Square/Rectangle shaped
- Victorian - Has an angled bay front
- Gable End - Spacious upright roof front
- Georgian - Shallower roof pitch
- Lean-To - Wedge shaped roof
- P-Shape - Angled around the property
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Materials Available for Conservatory Frames
Choose the right conservatory material
For most homeowners, uPVC keeps costs low while performing reliably year after year. The weather-resistant plastic requires little maintenance - just an occasional clean with soap and water keeps uPVC looking fresh.
Versatile uPVC suits traditional or contemporary homes. Though slightly less durable than aluminium over decades, uPVC delivers hassle-free, cost-effective protection.
With the highest sustainability, security, style, and viewing potential, aluminium conservatory frames bring unique advantages. The durable, low-maintenance nature provides long-lasting, hassle-free performance.
For a more sustainable, ethical conservatory window with several custom styling possibilities, superior views, and military-level robustness, aluminium frames are the superior choice.
Wooden conservatory frames were the most common choice before the introduction of low-cost uPVC. Wood has the lowest heat conductivity of the common frame materials, whilst also being environmentally friendly.
Listed buildings often require a timber-look to any extensions, however modern aluminium and uPVC can perfectly mimic the appearance and options of wooden structures.