uPVC Conservatory

At Cliffside we offer a wide variety of conservatories in modern and traditional styles such as Victorian and Edwardian, and in materials such as the ever-popular uPVC. A perfect plastic, uPVC has stormed in popularity thanks largely to its affordability, minimal maintenance requirements, durability, and versatility. This makes it the ideal choice for conservatory window and door frames, making the most of your extra living space.

Enhance your living space with a uPVC conservatory

Our uPVC conservatories offer our local Lincolnshire community the latest high-performance technology, with a wide choice of styles to enhance the appearance of their property – brought to you by our incredible A-rated installation services.

Conservatories are the perfect way to bring the outdoors in, enabling natural light to flow effortlessly into your home, whilst adding additional, luxurious living space to your property. This extra room can be used however you wish, with popular choices being a home gym, office, play area, additional lounge, or place to relax, the options are limited as far as your creativity stretches.

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What are the benefits of a uPVC conservatory?

uPVC, or Unplasticised Polyvinyl Chloride, has risen in popularity for a range of key reasons. The first of which is its durability, with its strength making it resistant to wear, tear, and weather damage. It won’t rot or rust over time, making sure that when you opt for a uPVC conservatory, the investment is a long-term one. uPVC is also highly acclaimed for being low maintenance, as it requires minimal upkeep, meaning you are far less likely to have to shell out on maintenance costs in the future. However, for many, the most enticing reason to choose uPVC is its affordability. It’s far cheaper than materials such as timber or aluminium and is also energy-efficient, so you’ll have to spend less money on heating bills. uPVC is also available in a variety of colours such as cream, rosewood, and light oak, and a full range of finishes such as timber effects to create your dream aesthetic.

What type of uPVC conservatory can I install?

Victorian Conservatory

Victorian conservatories, drawing inspiration from structures of the late 19th century, remain a timeless classic.

They typically feature a faceted front, incorporating two popular designs: the three-facet and five-facet. Both variations boast signature elements like a bay window and a steeply pitched roof, often adorned with ornate ridge details.

The three-facet style offers adaptability to various settings, while the five-facet design seamlessly combines aesthetics with spaciousness.

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Edwardian Conservatories

The Edwardian conservatories were introduced shortly after King Edward VII took to the throne after Queen Victoria. The Edwardian era conservatory saw a more subtle style and design than its predecessor and has remained popular right through to the current day.

Edwardian conservatories are renowned for maximizing space. Their characteristic square or rectangular shape creates a symmetrical design that efficiently utilizes every inch of floor area. This additional space makes them ideal for various uses, from extra storage to hosting social gatherings.

The combination of a sloping roof and a flat front creates a sense of vaulted space while maintaining a classic aesthetic.

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Sun lounges

Sun lounges, typically attached to the side of a building and creating a connection between your home and garden, offer several advantages, including being a budget-friendly way to enhance your living space.
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Is planning permission required to build a conservatory in Lincolnshire?

Typically, planning permission is not needed to be able to build a new conservatory. The construction of a conservatory generally falls under permitted development rights, which essentially allow certain home improvements to be carried out without planning permission. Some limitations are attached when it comes to the rights, though. It is also always a good idea to check with your local authority before committing.

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Why should you choose uPVC Conservatories from Cliffside?

  • Decades of experience installing conservatories in Lincolnshire to the highest standard, offering total peace of mind for our customers
  • Wide range of colours & woodgrain effects
  • Low-maintenance uPVC glazing
  • Solar glass reduces glare and overheating.
  • Optional Georgian bar appearance
  • Full team of professionals giving expert advice to homeowners, including installers, floor fitters, and electricians
  • Our windows and fitters comply with industry standards.

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