Bespoke conservatories and conservatory installations.

Adding a conservatory to your house can greatly enhance your lifestyle.  Whether you are looking for a cost-effective way to extend your living space or simply want to bring the feeling of being outdoors into your home, our team of designers at the Window Service Centre will work with you to create your ideal conservatory.

Made to measure.

All of our conservatories are made to measure according to your requirements and the type of living space you wish to create. They are designed, supplied and installed by us, always taking into consideration any building or design constraints which may be imposed.

Design & technology.

Our solar control, self cleaning, glazing glass roof is one of our most popular roofing options and is a typical example of how the latest technology is integrated into our conservatory designs and installations.  As leaders in our field with over 18 years’ experience, we recognise the importance of investing in the latest product and design options available today which, in turn, allows us great flexibility to create the PVCu or aluminium conservatory of your dreams.

Conservatory flooring.

Conservatories have many purposes and every home owner will have an idea of the type of living space they would like to create.  Uses range from kitchen extensions, to dining rooms, offices, relaxation areas and playrooms and we can help you choose the right flooring for you.  Whilst floor tiles remain the most popular finish being quick and easy to install, wood laminate flooring is also popular as an attractive, hard-wearing and cost effective alternative.

Why you should choose the Window Service Centre.

Experience has shown us just how it important it is for our customers to feel at ease with the company they choose to design and install their new conservatory which is, after all, one of the most significant home-improvements that any of us can undertake.  We understand the importance of planning and communication and our goal is the timely completion of your project to your full satisfaction.

Visit a Window Service Centre conservatory.

If you would like to see for yourself one of our finished PVCu or aluminium conservatories, we can arrange for you to visit the home of one or more of our previous customers as, typically, they are more than happy to show off their recent home improvement!  Conservatory design, roofing and flooring options can be viewed and discussed at our showroom where a member of our friendly Customer Services team will be more than happy to have an informal chat or help you start the ball rolling. In fact, there are many other areas to consider, including heating, ventilation, and lighting, for example, and our Top 10 Tips to help you choose the right conservatory will start you thinking about your options.

Top 10 Tips to creating your dream conservatory

  1. Decide what will be the main function of your conservatory.
  2. Consider the size of your home and how much additional floor space you want to create.
  3. Establish which way your conservatory will face as this will have a bearing on your choice of ventilation, blinds and temperature control.
  4. Find out about the different materials you can choose for the base, frame and glazing, considering practicality and longevity as well as the overall look.
  5. Set your budget but don’t cut corners. Cheap quotes may seem attractive but often mean compromising on quality.
  6. Ask your design professional to talk you through the glazing options as these will have a huge impact on the temperature and heating requirements of your conservatory.
  7. Ventilation is key to avoiding condensation so have a look at roof vents, fans and air conditioning options before making your decision.
  8. Ask for a price breakdown and detailed designs which show the specifications of your order, together with a plan of how the installation will take place.
  9. You may require planning permission and it is always wise to check. The Environment Department will be able to help you with your enquiry. Click to download the forms from Building Control and Environment
  10. Use conservatory designers and installers who are members of professional trade associations such as the Glass and Glazing Federation