Beautifully Designed Conservatories & Orangeries in Exmouth



Looking for conservatory installers in Exmouth? We offer a full range of new conservatory options. We will come to you and talk through all of the options available and give you all the advice you need to help decide how you would like your dream conservatory to look.

There are so many different options available, but we will guide you through the process. We have CAD design software so we can supply you with detailed drawings of exactly what your design will look like before you make the final decision.

We understand that you are going to want to use your conservatory as an all year round living space which is why, as standard, we build all of our conservatories with the highest specification window frames, roofs and glass on the market today. Helping to make your new conservatory as energy efficient as possible, this means that unlike conservatories from the past, you can use the room all year.

New Build Conservatories & Replacement Conservatories in Devon


When thinking about purchasing a new conservatory you may not be aware of all the different options you have, there are many different styles, products and designs to choose from. We have design software and product samples to give you different idea’s making it easier for you to visualize.

Conservatory Types:

Lean-to: The easiest and quickest conservatory to install often the cheapest and great value for money. Although basic this type can be varied in pitch and also built around corners into an L shape. Great for adding extra space and can be used for anything, very popular and also known as a sun-room.

Victorian: This elegant design and classical appearance is also very popular, it’s very flexible and can cope with many roof designs. Sharp angled roofs are softened by facets that provide a more rounded look, with the option of three or five facets.

Georgian/Edwardian: This is a symmetrical structure with a pitched roof. It has a flat front, and more usable floor space than the Victorian because of its square or rectangular shape. Like the Victorian, it may have plenty of detail.

P-Shaped: Often a Victorian-style part with a lean-to section to make the P-shape. P shaped conservatories offer an opportunity to look out into your garden and surroundings. The P style is adaptable in design and shape to almost any area while achieving a generous amount of floor space.

T-Shaped: Symmetrical with a larger middle porch section and symmetrical wings to make a T shape. These are a relatively large design more suited for bigger properties; this is because the bottom end of the T extends away from the house taking up more garden.

Gable: A vertical front and steeply pitched roof that can look contemporary, or have lots of detail that makes it appear more traditional and creates a generous ceiling height. There is no sloping front section on the gable; instead the section above the windows at the front makes a triangle which continues up to meet the roof. This way it tends to match the roof design of many houses.

Lantern roof: A second tier of windows that creates a ‘roof on top of a roof’ makes for a grander structure.

A bit about us

We are a local family business with over 18 years of experience in the industry and have a vast technical knowledge of all the high quality products we use.

We understand that when planning an investment for your home; it can be overwhelming, we will help guide you through ideas for your windows, doors and conservatories, give you our best quote, and then leave you to make a decision. No pressure sales, just peace of mind.

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Choosing your conservatory’s material to get the best look to match your property.

Contemporary conservatories often have timber or metal frames or can sometimes appear frame-less and don’t usually have a dwarf wall at the base. They can be made using aluminium, timber or uPVC and are either entirely glazed or may have a dwarf wall at the base of the structure.

White uPVC is a popular finish on conservatories but they are also available in a variety of other coloured foil finishes, from mahogany to bespoke colours such as greens or blues.

Timber frames can be varnished for a natural appearance of the wood, or painted. You will need to look after the frames regularly as you would with windows.

Aluminium is becoming more of a popular option due to it being very durable, it’s choice of colours and it is maintenance free, it will not warp or twist and has excellent thermal values meaning less heat loss and ultimately saving you money on your energy bills when coupled with the thermally efficient glass. This option is most common commercially but is becoming ever more popular residentially too.

Designing your conservatory to suit your home.

When choosing the style and materials of your conservatory you should firstly take in to consideration the look and materials of your property. Pick a style that compliments your home; think about which way it will face and the layout of your garden! You will want to make the most of your view.

We will be able to give you all the advice you need, thinking into the future to avoid any problems, for example if its south facing it may get too hot in the summer if the wrong products are used, so you will need particular glass or polycarbonate and solar products to suit the position of the conservatory.

The design of your conservatory will also depend on how you want to use the room! Do you want extra living room space? Kitchen? Diner? Will you want extra wall space for cupboards? Where will you want the doors? What type of furniture will you want to fit in there? What about heating? As you can see there are many questions. These are all the questions an installer will ask to prepare your design options.

Deciding on the style of your conservatory will depend on how much space you have and the style of your house. A lean-to conservatory is more popular on houses with limited space. If you have a larger garden you may want to design the conservatory to get the most out of your view. Low eaves have to be considered when planning the design, as it can limit the style of roof available to you. Existing drains and the upper story windows also have to be considered.

Last but certainly not least temperature control.

A south facing conservatory will tend to get very hot during the summer months; however this can be rectified using one of a large range of solar products which will reduce the heat gain.

Solar film for glass roofs and solar inserts for polycarbonate are extra options for controlling the temperature of the room. These will also stop a high percentage of uv rays therefore protecting your furniture and also reduces glare making it more comfortable to sit in.

In the winter months and cooler evenings conservatories can get cold, there are steps you can take to help keep the heat in. Consider the thermal efficiency of the frames and glass in which your installer is providing. A low U-Value combination will help to keep your conservatory cosy in the colder months providing that you have a heat source in the room. You will also need to consider the glazing in the roof, having low U-Value windows and a high U-Value roof glazing will not benefit you at all. Spending a little extra initially will save you money in the long run and give you a much more usable room all year round.

Did You Know You Can Replace Just Your Conservatory Roof?

Brand New Design | Upgrade Thermal Efficiency | Change Polycarbonate to Glass | Tile Your Conservatory Roof

Exe Windows Doors and Conservatoires have installed 130 Guardian Warm Roofs in East Devon to date (March 2018) with the numbers rising every week. The tiled conservatory roof replacement has become a very popular option when it comes to replacing conservatory roofs, the main reason being that it turns your conservatory into an extension at a very good price and it gives homeowners and extra room to live in all year round, it also increases the value of the property. Having the option of roof windows and downlights inside eliminates the concern of lack of light. Some of our customers have chosen to have the side of the conservatory taken down and rebuilt with a wall giving them more space for furniture inside.

The roof is highly insulated and lightweight meaning that it can be fitted to your existing window frames, these will be checked beforehand to make sure they are in good condition. It retains heat in the winter and keeps it out in the summer giving you a lovely garden room to sit in and look out at your garden.

We are Verified Installers of The Guardian Warm Roof which is the UK’s Original and Number One Solid Conservatory Roof Replacement. Guardian Warm Roof Showroom coming this spring in Exmouth, Devon.

Replacement Roofs
Replacement Roofs

Your conservatory roof takes most of the weathering causing it to deteriorate & leak leaving it looking unsightly! Luckily you have the option to replace the roof plus you can change the material....

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Glass Roofs
Glass Roofs

We can replace your whole roof for a new one or we can just replace the glass units themselves. If you chose to replace your whole roof that would give you the option of changing...

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Polycarbonate Roofs
Polycarbonate Roofs

We offer a conservatory roof replacement service which means we can replace just your conservatory roof while leaving your existing windows and doors as they are...

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Tiled Roofs
Tiled Roofs

The Guardian Warm Roof System is a tiled conservatory roof replacement which turns your conservatory into a highly insulated usable room all year round...

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