Adding a conservatory is the quick and cost efficient way to expand the living space of your home. We have a fantastic range of designs for homes around the York area; from lean-tos to solid roof conservatories. Our conservatory installers will be there to design and install this luxury extension for you.
Every fitting from Eliments is made bespoke to your specific needs. There’s a wide range of styles to choose from, including glass, colours, finishes, and roofing types. Why not browse our conservatory range with our online brochure?
Our Range of Conservatories
Discover our different types of conservatories here.
Key benefits of UPVC Casement Windows
Smaller energy bills – Replacing all single-glazed windows with high-quality glazing could save you money each year on your energy bills.
Highly customisable – From timber casement windows to white ivory and steel blue, we have a huge range of frames and opening styles to choose from, making your windows truly bespoke.
A greener carbon footprint – Say goodbye to wasted energy and live in a greener home. Energy efficient glazing reduces heat loss and helps you use less fuel.
Peace and quiet – Keep getting woken up by that one neighbour who starts mowing on Saturday 7am? Casement windows will insulate your home against outside noise.
Highest levels of security – Our flush casement windows are fitted with state of the art window locks.
No condensation – Energy efficient glazing reduces condensation build-up on the inside of windows.
Low maintenance – You don’t need to worry about rotten old timber window frames. A quick wipe with a warm soapy cloth is all it needs.
Do I need a lot of space for a conservatory? If you have always dreamed of owning a conservatory but feel like the space you have available is too small, don’t despair. At Eliments we have the experience and innovated Ultraframe products to ensure that we can create a conservatory in the most awkward of spots.
What is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery? Conservatories are glass rooms, with a brick base and (most often) a pitched glazed roof. An Orangery in comparison are brick rooms with large windows.
How much is a conservatory? As you can imagine, it really depends on the type you build, with different shapes, sizes and materials varying the price. On average, a conservatory can cost anywhere between £8,000 to £30,000.
Is planning permission needed for a conservatory? In most cases planning permission isn’t needed for a conservatory, but you will have to check with us once a design has been agreed.