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You’re never far from our expert advice and huge range of 6000+ products, plus thousands more made-to-order.

50 years in the trade

For five decades, we’ve served fabricators, installers, and specifiers across the UK.

Leading the field in sustainability

Last year we recycled 3,000,000 window frames, showing our commitment to sustainable home improvement.

Unrivalled choice of Profile Systems 

We offer our fabricators the widest range of systems in the UK and the technical support to back it up.

CONSERVATORIES

UPVC Conservatories

Improve your home and wellbeing with the extra space and gorgeous light of our fully guaranteed conservatories. Choose from modern or traditional styles in a range of finishes. If youre at the early stages of your conservatory journey and not sure on what you are looking for, we can talk you through all the options. Free advice and no pressure from our friendly team of experts.

Say "yes!" to a new UPVC conservatory

10-year guarantee

Available in any size

Advanced glazing options

Decorative finishing touches available

Coordinated and timeless colours

Design-engineered finish and performance

A rated energy efficiency

Georgian bars, stained or leaded glazing

Sustainability as standard

What UPVC conservatory styles do Eurocell offer?

See below our Edwardian, Victorian, Gable-end and Lean-to conservatory styles. If these don't fit your project we also offer
unique contemporary conservatories, tiled conservatory roofs, and orangeries.

Edwardian UPVC conservatories

Add a flash of period architecture to your home with the simple, understated elegance of an Edwardian UPVC conservatory. Flat walls maximise your usable space while a 'double hipped' or sloping pitched roof floods the room with natural light. It'll give your home a timeless look and add value for years to come.

Victorian  UPVC conservatories

Relax in the charm of your own piece of elegant architecture with our ornate Victorian UPVC conservatories. An enduring classic and adaptable for any space, there's no better place for your morning coffee, afternoon tea, or evening visitors. Enjoy the good life.

Admire crested finials and refined skirting. Wherever you look in your new Victorian conservatory, you'll be spellbound by its appeal. To top it off, an advanced, built-in weatherproof system means there'll be no silicone spoiling the view.

Gable-end  UPVC conservatories

Choose a soaring gable-end UPVC conservatory and flood your home with new light. This classical Georgian architecture maximises floor space. The striking front elevation offers grandeur and style. And with windows reaching to the apex of the roof, the sky's the limit. Relax in a comfortable, airy setting designed for maximum heat retention and light diffusion.

Lean-to UPVC conservatories

Admire the view from a new lean-to UPVC conservatory and youll be amazed at what you've achieved. A simple, fuss-free building that links your garden with your house. Extra living space that's welcoming and bright. Added value on your property. And all delivered without the financial pain of more costly alternatives. 

Get a quote

A six-step process

1: Get in touch to make an enquiry.

2: We'll match you with one of our approved installers.

3: You'll get a free site survey from your installer.

4: We'll send you a free, no-obligation quote.

5: We'll manufacture your made-to-measure conservatory.

6: Your approved installer will expertly install your conservatory.

Outstanding looks & performance

Your UPVC conservatory might look like a traditional classic. But its performance is straight out of the 21st century. Designed specifically for maximum heat retention and light diffusion, youll be able to relax in a comfortable, airy setting - without worrying about your energy bills. In up to 30 beautiful colours!

Unrivalled sustainability

Each year, we recycle around three million waste window and conservatory frames. What’s more, we use that material to create new windows and conservatories. That’s why we’re recognised as a world leader when it comes to sustainability in the UPVC industry.


All our manufacturing is undertaken in the UK, minimising CO2 emissions because our products don’t have to travel thousands of miles before they reach their final site destination. And because all our products are designed to the very highest heat-efficiency standards, we also contribute to reduced energy use in every home in which our doors, windows and conservatories are installed.

Imagine a refined space, just for you

A space where you can retreat, relax, and unwind. A space that provides more living room, more natural light, and more calm energy. Now, imagine that space has been specifically designed for you.


With Eurocell’s range of stunning UPVC conservatories, there’s no need to imagine anymore. Choose from our exceptional styles, colours and finishes to create an extraordinary space that fits the exact character of your home.


With our reputation for quality and reliability, you can be confident that you’re choosing only the very best.

UPVC conservatory recycling

The official lifespan of UPVC is 35 years, and research shows that 95% of it can be recycled up to 10 times – giving UPVC a potential overall lifespan of 350 years. That means more than three centuries where the environmental impact of creating UPVC conservatories is minimal. Our closed-loop recycling system and extensive recycling centres ensure we constantly minimise our environmental impact.

Technical Hub

Check every product specification and detail at our comprehensive Technical Hub. Packed with spec sheets, CAD drawings, data sheets, and certifications, it's the ultimate resource for making sure your next project goes without a hitch.

Further Reading

Case studies | Blog

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What is the difference between an Orangery and a Conservatory?

In this article, we’ll look at the key differences between the two so you can make the right choice for you.

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How to get your conservatory ready for summer

Are you dreaming of soaking up the summer rays from the comfort of your conservatory couch? Thinking about those long, warm evenings with friends and family? Or perhaps spending your weekends reading and relaxing in your own blissful sanctuary?

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UPVC Conservatories FAQs

At Eurocell, were always happy to help. Check these FAQs for answers to some of the most common questions about contemporary conservatories. Weve listened to your most popular queries and gathered some helpful links and information. If your question remains unanswered, contact us today and one of our experts will give you everything you need.

Frequently Asked Questions
What is the process for getting a new UPVC conservatory with Eurocell?
If you’re considering a new conservatory for your property, it couldn’t be easier to get started with Eurocell. We operate a simple, three-step process. First, either call us, email us, or use our online quote form. We’ll then contact you quickly to discuss your needs in more detail. Once we’ve understood what you might be looking for, a trained professional will survey your home and provide both a bespoke design and a free, no-obligation quote. Finally, if you decide to go ahead with your new conservatory, you can simply sit back and let our certified installers do the hard work. They’ll take care of everything. All you’ve got to do is enjoy your stunning new space.
What is the difference between a UPVC conservatory and orangery?
For many people, conservatories and orangeries blend into one. But there are important distinctions. Typically, at least 75% of a conservatory roof and 50% of conservatory walls are glazed. Orangeries, meanwhile, have less than half of their roof glazed (usually a skylight) and most of the side walls are bricked or panelled.
Do you need planning permission for a UPVC conservatory?
This is complicated, and it largely depends on the size of the conservatory you are planning. Under ‘permitted development’ rights, you are allowed to extend a house without applying for planning permission if specific limitations and conditions are met. View the full list of limitations.
Can I just replace my conservatory roof?
If the frames and structure on your existing conservatory are strong enough, then yes, installing a new conservatory roof on an existing structure might be a good option. A trained professional would need to check the strength of your existing structure before offering advice about a conservatory roof replacement.
What building regulations are there for UPVC conservatories?
Building regulations will generally apply if you want to build an extension to your home. However, conservatories are normally exempt from building regulations when: they are built at ground level, cover fewer than 30 square metres in floor area, and the conservatory is separated from the house by external quality walls, doors or windows. There should also be an independent heating system with separate temperature and on/off controls. Glazing and any fixed electrical installations should comply with the applicable building regulations requirements (see below). You are advised not to construct conservatories where they will restrict ladder access to windows serving rooms in roof or loft conversions, particularly if any of the windows are intended to help escape or rescue if there is a fire. Any new structural opening between the conservatory and the existing house will require building regulations approval, even if the conservatory itself is an exempt structure.
Are conservatories covered by buildings insurance?
Yes, they are part of the building. However, in some cases you may need to tell your insurance company if you add a new conservatory to your property.
Can UPVC conservatories have a solid roof?
Yes. Take a look at our Equinox solid tiled conservatory roofs. They are extremely popular across the UK because the solid tiled external finish enables the internal ceiling to be plastered. This transforms a conservatory into something resembling a more traditional home extension. The great design and superb insulation of an Equinox tiled roof enables a conservatory to stay warm in winter and cool in summer, giving you a year-round space to enjoy.
How can I get rid of my old conservatory?
Most Eurocell approved installers will remove your old conservatory materials once they have installed your new conservatory. However, double-check this before installation begins.
Is my UPVC conservatory suitable for DIY assembly?
A conservatory should only ever be installed by experts. Please do not treat a conservatory as a DIY project. The consequences of getting something wrong can be extremely serious and costly to rectify.
Can I have electricity in my conservatory?
Yes, electricity is regularly run to conservatories for lighting and sockets. However, it is wise to discuss your requirements in detail with both a qualified electrician and your approved installer before work begins.
Will my UPVC conservatory need safety glazing?
Irrespective of whether your conservatory is exempt from building regulations, It is highly likely that a large portion of the side walls will require safety or laminated glass. All glass within 800mm of the finished floor level, glass within a door up to 1500mm from finished floor level and any glass either side of a door within 300mm should be toughened safety glass or laminated to meet British Standard BE EN12600. Overhead glazing in conservatory roofs or skylights should always be toughened safety glass or laminated.
Can I build my UPVC conservatory near a main sewer?
If you are planning to build within three metres of a public drain pipe, you should consult your local sewerage company. They will be able to assess whether or not the build can go ahead based on the level of risk to the pipes. You will therefore not be able to start the build until this has been approved.
Can I build my uPVC conservatory near a gas flue?
A boiler flue should not be placed close to any part of your home that can open, such as windows or doors. These boiler flue distance regulations help to ensure that harmful gases are fully expelled from your property. The exact distance will depend on the size of your home but, generally, the regulations prevent a boiler flue from being situated within 30-60cm of a window or door. This is to prevent harmful gases from exiting the flue and then re-entering the property through an open door or window.

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Eurocell Recycle 

Through two purpose-built recycling centres and millions of pounds of investment, we are the UKs largest recycler of UPVC. Get all the details here.

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