A conservatory is an all-year round living space and extension to your home, it will add value and provide valuable extra space for the whole family to use, entertaining friends or a place to sit and relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Willowbank consider you an integral part of the design process, simply advise Nick of your ideas and he will endeavour to create a custom-built conservatory that matches your aspirations. Nick encourages all his customers to have an input into the finished design.

We offer you a bespoke planning and design service to create your new conservatory or even replace your existing one. We can manage the project from concept to completion, including building work, or if you prefer, work in conjunction with your chosen builder. You can be assured that your choice will complement the style of your house and any existing windows or doors you have.

Why Choose a Willowbank Conservatory?

  • Your own personal input
  • Fully project managed personally by Nick
  • Bespoke design and planning service to cater for your individual needs – a range of styles, shapes and sizes catered for
  • Plans drawn and submitted if required
  • Professional advice – with over 30 years experience
  • Same builders used since Willowbank was established
  • A full range of door styles available in a wide range of colours
  • A full range of window styles available 
  • A choice of traditional and slimline Bevelled frames or sleek, contemporary Ovolo curved frames
  • Concealed gaskets provide a superior seal for improved weathering protection
  • High security locks and hinges
  • Ultraframe Roofing System incorporating glass or polycarbonate options

With 30 years experience designing, planning and project managing conservatory installations Willowbank can offer a range of services including; building work, electrical work, plumbing and heating, TV aerial points, climate control and varying floor finishes. All of which will help to create your perfect conservatory.

Willowbank are serious about protecting your home and make sure that once your conservatory is locked it’s as effective at protecting your home as possible. Security is a major factor but we also want to make sure your new conservatory looks great too.

A Conservatory to suit your home

A conservatory is a very personal touch to your home and whatever the style and age of your property – from a contemporary modern build to a period house – it’s possible to design a conservatory to complement the style of your home or premises, there is even a wide range of COLOURS available. Your conservatory will be designed, manufactured and installed specifically for your property, to your own chosen finish and style.

A variety of styles

Conservatories come in a range of styles including; Edwardian, Victorian, Gable-End, P-shaped, T-shaped and Lean-To. Nick will be pleased to discuss the options available to you with regard to size and location.

As well as a variety of conservatory styles you can choose doors and windows specifically for your conservatory – click on our links below to see the varieties of styles you can choose.



The Benefits of a Conservatory in Your Home

A conservatory, often known as a sunroom, is an adaptable and visually appealing addition to any home. It is a building that is often added onto the rear or side of a house and is intended to give an indoor-outdoor living space. Conservatories are becoming increasingly popular among homeowners for a variety of reasons, including their capacity to improve natural light, add living space, and create a link to the outdoors.

One of the primary advantages of a conservatory is the extra living space it gives. A conservatory may be used for many different things, including a dining room, family room, or even a home office. This additional room may be a game changer for homeowners wishing to extend their living space without the cost and difficulty of a standard home remodel.

A conservatory, in addition to adding living space, enables more natural light into a home. A conservatory’s windows and roof are meant to allow in as much light as possible, which may help to lighten up a space and make it feel more open and spacious. This is especially advantageous in houses with limited natural light.

Another advantage of a conservatory is the connection it gives to nature. Large windows and sliding glass doors create a smooth flow between indoor and outdoor spaces. This allows residents to experience nature’s beauty from the comfort of their own house, which is especially pleasurable during the warmer months.

Conservatories may also add value to a property. A well-built conservatory may add great value to a property by providing more living space and can be viewed as a luxury feature.

The price of a conservatory can vary greatly based on the size, materials, and design of the structure. A simple conservatory can cost several thousand pounds, while a more elaborate design might cost tens of thousands.

Finally, a conservatory is a fantastic addition to any home. It has several advantages, including additional living space, improved natural light, a connection to nature, and the ability to raise the value of your property. A conservatory is definitely worth considering if you want to add an extra room to your house or just want to appreciate the beauty of nature from the comfort of your own space.