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Increase The Value Of Your Home With A Conservatory

Conservatories are a great addition to any home. It has been estimated that adding a conservatory to your property increases the value of your home by around 5 percent.

Tiled Roof Conservatory

To ensure that you get the value out of your conservatory, it’s important that your conservatory is of a high quality and the materials used are durable. There are many different types of conservatories available on the market, however they are not all the same.

Both your garden and conservatory add significant value to your home, so it’s important to get a good balance of both. At Speedy Conservatories, we have an experienced team who will be able to advise you on this. We have taken on many conservatory jobs at many homes across West Sussex, so be rest assured you are in good hands.  


There are so many different ways to make sure of your conservatory.

  • Dining Room

The natural light from the windows makes a conservatory ideal to be used for dining rooms.  If your conservatory is big enough then this can accommodate for large family meals or when you have people at your home.

  • Bedroom

If your conservatory is heated properly then you can turn the space into a bedroom. This is ideal if your family is expanding or another member of your family decides to move in.

  • Office

For families that work from home, an office is ideal. If you need a desk or computer  

  • Play Room

If you have young kids then you could also create a playroom within your conservatory.

  • Storage

For homes that lack storage, a conservatory is perfect. Conservatories add so much additional space to store all of your belongings.


There are so many different types of conservatories to choose from.

The Edwardian: Most suitable for bungalows, the Edwardian can be adapted for all house styles. The brickwork for this type of conservatory is usually much more complex. It compromises a multi-faceted style so is fit for all purposes.

The Victorian: As one of the most popular styles, the Victorian offers great living space and elegant styling. It also has a pitched roof. The Victorian is easily adaptable, and therefore it can be used to suit  

The Gable End: This type is much more spacious and gable end conservatories of this style are much larger than the usual. It looks similar to an orangery and sun lounge combinations are also available.

The ‘P’ Shaped: A P shaped conservatory combines several different styles to create its own unique shape. Ideal for large properties, you’ll want to choose this one if you have a lot of space available. However, the brickwork will require more attention due to the complex shape of the conservatory.

The Sun-Lounge: For more modern buildings, we would highly recommend a sun-lounge style conservatory. This style is adaptable and compliments all kinds of budgets, no matter how low or high yours is. It looks brilliant and is perfect if you wish to use your conservatory is a lounge or playroom.


At Speedy Conservatories, we offer various different conservatories, orangeries and house extensions. No matter type of extension you require, we can make it happy. As a family run business, we take pride in our work and aim to provide every single customer with a fantastic conservatory.

Once you have decided on the conservatory you want, we’ll discuss the relevant details with you, to ensure that you are happy with everything. From the structural engineering to design and development, the responsibility is ours. You never have to worry about a thing when you choose Speedy Conservatories.

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