Are you asking yourself “Where can I find a reliable and affordable conservatories company in Manchester?”? If you are, then you’ve come to the right place. We are Allerton windows; accredited experts in providing Bifold doors, Orangeries and Conservatories across Manchester and the north-west including Chester, Warrington, Wigan, and Wirral.
Our service designs and creates bespoke orangeries, conservatories and extensions to the specifications of our customers in Manchester. You can visit our showroom, or we’ll be happy to visit your home with our portfolio of work to discuss what you need. Over the last 20 years, we’ve evolved hugely, from a small bespoke company to a force for great change and renovation in many peoples’ homes. We’re now one of the largest independent specialists in the region, and you can clearly see from our reviews that we’ve left a lot of happy customers in our wake. We’re often praised for our timeliness, dedication and tidiness. Get in touch today to find out more. Whether it’s an orangery, a conservatory, or a full home extension, we work with you from the first step until completion.
Conservatories, Orangeries & Extensions Manchester FAQ
How are our conservatories in Manchester designed?
All our conservatories in Manchester are designed by our in-house team, combining decades of experience in the industry with your own ideas to create a stunning finished product. We can help talk you through the different styles available and point you in the right direction of shapes, colour and sizes to suit your home.
Are all our conservatories, extensions and orangeries in Manchester energy-efficient?
We use only the best materials and designs to construct our conservatories, extensions and orangeries in Manchester, so you can be confident in knowing that your new project will provide the best energy efficiency possible.
What materials do you use to build conservatories in Manchester?
We use PVCu frames, EasyClean glass technology, lead-free construction, as well as Celsius Glass to construct our conservatories in Manchester. These materials have been proven effective at insulating, reflecting heat and protecting furniture from UV damage.