P Shaped Conservatory Prices
P Shaped Conservatory prices range between £13,750 & £23,400 incl. VAT and Installation
What is a P shaped Conservatory?
P shaped conservatories combine design elements from Victorian and lean to conservatories and cost between £13,750 and £23,400.
Design Characteristics of P shaped Conservatories
P shaped conservatories have a lean to section leading into a larger bay fronted area like those found on traditional Victorian conservatories. The bay can be made up of three, five or seven glazed panels; the bay is perfect is you want to add shape to your property, and inside it will give you a lovely view of your garden.
As with most types of conservatory you can personalise the design to suit your taste and the style of your home, adding crests and decorative glazing. The design of this type of conservatory means that they need to be a fair size and are therefore best suited to larger homes.
- Cost Considerations
- Do I need planning permission?
The main advantage of P shaped conservatory is that you can divide the space into two areas –a play room for children and a living room for example.
This is one of the more expensive styles of conservatory. The overall cost will depend on the size, the roof material and the amount of building work required. The pricing table below will give you an idea of the price you can expect to pay.
A P shaped conservatory can be roofed with glass, polycarbonate or tiles.
Polycarbonate, a tough thermoplastic, is strong enough to deal with wind, and high and low temperatures. The plastic has a frosted appearance so will offer some privacy from overlooking windows. Polycarbonate is light, so cheaper to install than glass or tiles but it offers little insulation. Polycarbonate is the cheapest option; you can expect to pay between £12,750 and £14,500.
Glass is the more traditional optionand perhaps more attractive than polycarbonate. Glass will give you no privacy from overlooking eyes – but will give you some insulation, so you can enjoy your conservatory on cooler days without adding too much to your heating bill. A conservatory with a glass roof will cost between £13,300 and £15,200.
Tiling is the most expensive option but should perhaps be considered if you’re planning to use your conservatory all year round. Tiles offer great insulation and privacy. You can either have your conservatory tiled traditionally, or with Guardian tiles; guardian tiles require less structural support so should reduce the amount of building work required to complete your conservatory. Tiling your roof will of course minimise the amount of sunlight you get in your room but you can choose to have windows installed. You can have either timber cladding or plaster for your interior finish. A tiled P shaped conservatory will cost between £16,100 and £18,700.
- Size / Measurements
There is a limit to the size your conservatory can be – no more than three metres wide for an attached property (four for a detached home), or four metres in height. Measuring the area you wish your conservatory to be with this in mind will give you an idea of the size you wish to go for. As a rough guide a 5000 x 3000 will cost upwards £12,750. A larger conservatory measuring 5000 x 4000 will cost upwards of £14,500.
- Building Work
Conservatories can be built upon a concrete foundation or upon a steel frame. If you have a steel frame support will be provided by steelcolumns infilled with concrete.
Your conservatory can be built upon a dwarf wall, glazed or in this style of conservatory a combination of the two – this would work particularly well if you want to define two separate areas.
Building a P shaped conservatory should cost between £2,475 and £3,950.
You do not have for planning permission to build a conservatory, providing that you stay within the size restrictions and stick to a few other rules! It is worth researching the rules you need to adhere to but the main criteria are that your new conservatory must not be separated from your house by exterior walls and that, in total, no more than half of the land surrounding the original property can be covered in outbuildings.
P Shaped Features & Benefits
|Affordability||from £13,750 to £23,400 adds value to home|
|Durable||Choice of materials|
|Build Time||Takes up to 1 month to build, cement flooring takes 8 weeks to dry|
|Optional Extras||Flooring, Blinds, Heating, Furniture|
|Planning permission||Not required when no more than four metres tall and three metres wide|
|Characteristics||Multi-faceted, with 3 or 5 facets, and tends to add a touch of Victorian or Edwardian flair|
P Shaped Conservatory Prices
The average price for a P Shaped conservatory is between £13,750, and £23,400, but you can get a better idea of how much one will set you back from our table below.
|Size||Type||Roof Material||Typical Price||Roof price||Average Fit Price||Total price|
|5000x 3000||P Shape||Polycarbonate||£7,000||£4,275||£2,475||£13,750|
|5000x 3000||P Shape||Glass||£7,000||£4,600||£2,600||£14,200|
|5000x 3000||P Shape||Guardian Roof||£7,000||£7,100||£3,400||£17,500|
|5000x 3000||P Shape||Tiled||£7,000||£7,300||£3,300||£17,600|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape||Polycarbonate||£7,250||£4,450||£2,700||£14,400|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape||Glass||£7,250||£4,800||£2,950||£15,000|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape||Guardian Roof||£7,250||£7,400||£4,000||£18,650|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape||Tiled||£7,250||£7,800||£3,900||£18,950|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape||Polycarbonate||£7,500||£4,600||£3,000||£15,100|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape||Glass||£7,500||£5,100||£3,200||£15,800|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape||Guardian Roof||£7,500||£7,800||£3,700||£19,000|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape||Tiled||£7,500||£8,250||£3,950||£19,700|
|5000x 3000||P Shape/Wood||Polycarbonate||£10,000||£4,275||£2,675||£16,950|
|5000x 3000||P Shape/Wood||Glass||£10,000||£4,600||£2,800||£17,400|
|5000x 3000||P Shape/Wood||Guardian Roof||£10,000||£7,100||£3,600||£20,700|
|5000x 3000||P Shape/Wood||Tiled||£10,000||£7,300||£3,500||£20,800|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape/Wood||Polycarbonate||£10,500||£4,450||£2,900||£17,850|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape/Wood||Glass||£10,500||£4,800||£3,150||£18,450|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape/Wood||Guardian Roof||£10,500||£7,400||£4,200||£22,100|
|5000 x 3500||P Shape/Wood||Tiled||£10,500||£7,800||£4,100||£22,400|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape/Wood||Polycarbonate||£11,000||£4,600||£3,200||£18,800|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape/Wood||Glass||£11,000||£5,100||£3,400||£19,500|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape/Wood||Guardian Roof||£11,000||£7,800||£3,900||£22,700|
|5000 x 4000||P Shape/Wood||Tiled||£11,000||£8,250||£4,150||£23,400|
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