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Aluminium Conservatories

A picture of the Solar Impuls solar powered aeroplaneA favourite with architects and homeowners alike, aluminium conservatories are one of the most popular materials for their construction. It comes in plenty of colours and can be used to create any conservatory style from Victorian to Lantern. Aluminium’s diversity means it’s a popular choice for more modern homes but can also be adapted to fit with period architecture.

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Benefits of aluminium conservatories & orangeries

Aluminium is one of the hardest wearing materials available when it comes to building a conservatory. This means it will stand up to bad weather, wear well over time and support large amounts of glass panes. Aluminium also won’t absorb water in the same way as hardwood, meaning it won’t rot or rust and can also be used easily with softer grounds such as clay soil.

Aluminium is not often considered a good insulator, however there are ways around this to make it as effective as alternatives like uPVC. Adding a thermal break is one such measure. This is where a piece of material that doesn’t conduct heat is added between two materials that do conduct heat (in this case aluminium) to reduce the amount of heat lost.

If you want a more eco-friendly conservatory you will be glad to know that aluminium is 100% recyclable – meaning you can recycle your conservatory at the end of its life.

How Much Do Aluminium Conservatories Cost?

Aluminium conservatory costs will vary greatly depending on a number of factors. The biggest will be the style and size of conservatory you want. You may also need to factor in additional cost if you decide to opt for coloured aluminium. Contemporary aluminium conservatories will likely cost slightly more than an uPVC or wooden version, however for many people its strength and customisability outweigh this. But in general, aluminium conservatory prices will vary from £2,000 – £5,000+ depending on size and location.

Aluminium conservatory manufacturers

When you think about aluminium conservatories, it’s likely that no one strong manufacturer comes to mind. However, here are a few manufacturers that have good offerings for your new aluminium conservatory:

  • Master Glass
  • Tanglewood Conservatories
  • Solar Innovations
  • Oak Leaf
  • Eurocell
  • Novaseal

We don’t recommend going directly to a manufacturer for your new aluminium framed conservatory however, you will get a better deal if you go to a local installer.

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What are powder coated aluminium conservatories?

Grey aluminium conservatories are definitely the most popular and is pretty much the standard ,some modern aluminium conservatories have a coloured polyester powder coating. It will often cost a little more to get, but here are the reasons why you might want to consider this option:

  • Gives the aluminium frame an immaculate finish
  • Available in a range of colours (RALs) including gold, green, and black
  • Protects your aluminium frame from the elements

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