A custom-built conservatory combines the inherent strengths of a guaranteed window and door system to bring the sun into your home, transforming your property with more space, more options and offering a new lifestyle for you and your family.

CES Windows delivers quality conservatories built to enhance your home and to enjoy all year round.

Beautifully made and reassuringly strong. A CES Windows conservatory offers you a virtually maintenance-free environment in which to relax and refresh your mind.

Our conservatories come in a choice of three distinct frame finishes.

A range of design configurations means you can enjoy a custom-built building which will compliment your style of property perfectly.

CES Windows provides you with a system that is versatile, satisfying all requirements and tastes.

Our conservatory installation service is totally comprehensive and our conservatories are built to withstand the worst of weathers. You can enjoy years of trouble-free service from a conservatory system that is technically superior and quite simply, one of the very best.

With a choice of different roof finishes including, the very latest Anti-Sun glass and Tiled warm roofs, with tiles to match your house tiles.

For more information on the options available, please call into our showroom or phone to speak to our friendly staff who will be more than happy to help.

Conservatory Syles:

  • Victorian
  • Georgian
  • Gable
  • Lean-To
  • P-Shape
  • T-Shape
  • Lantern and Large Span
  • Tiled warm roof

Do you need planning permission for a conservatory?

Planning permission is not necessary for all conservatories. Adding a conservatory can be allowed under “permitted development” rules. That said, we always recommend you check whether full planning permission is required. Not only will this give you total peace of mind, but save you a great deal of money. Failure to check could be an expensive mistake should local authorities decide a conservatory was built illegally and it would need to then be removed.

Find out more here on building regulations…

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