• Superior quality supplied and delivered a TRADE prices to all.
  • Self build or choose your own local builder. Easy to install full instructions provided.
  • Made to measure to your exact sizes.
  • Great range of styles.
  • Dwarf wall, glass to ground or decor panels to ground models.
  • Fully double glazed.
  • Glass, Polycarbonate or Tiled  roofs.
  • Available in white, woodgrain or a range of colours.
  • We would be delighted to provide you with a written, no obligation quote.  As we do not employ any sales people we will not “hassle” you in any way for an order.
  • 10 year Guarantee.

Houseproud offer a wide range of quality easy to build conservatories for the self builder or professional installer. Whatever your preference we have a great range  traditional and modern designs.

Every one of our conservatories is made to your exact requirements. Installation is covered in our easy to follow, step by step guide. 






Spectus Elite 70 is used in our conservatory ranges – including choices of casement and Tilt & Turn windows, residential, French, bi-folding and patio doors. There are two profile shapes available, a classic bevelled shape and an attractive ovolo with matching beads.

Our standard specification includes;
Spectus White Elite 70 profile.
28mm Low “E” double glazed units to sides and front.
32mm Polycarbonate roofing in clean, opal or bronze tint.
4 x opening fanlights with  night vent with lockable handles
1 x outward opening french door set complete with 9 multi point lock, adjustable´flag´hinges. Handles to both doors.
(other doors options available are, single, patio or bi-folds for most styles)
Available in white, woodgrain finishes and  a range of colours.
Colour match guttering and downpipe
Detailed base plans and fitting instructions, east to install

Conservatory styles

The Lean-To Conservatory

The Lean-to conservatory is its universally known name however it can also be known as a Sunroom. This design is ideal to create a non-imposing, clean looking extension to your property and is often used where not much space is available under the eaves such as on a bungalow. It can also be made with a higher roof pitch to suite older style properties.

The Edwardian Conservatory

The Edwardian conservatory is a very popular option for conservatory design. The rectangular shape not only acts like a natural extension of your home, but also allows for the maximum amount of internal space due to its square edged corners.

The Edwardian Conservatory

The Victorian design is a classic and understated conservatory. The roof style is a crisp and rounded classical English design which is be suited to most housing styles.

The Back Hipped Conservatory

The Back hip as it is known means that the pitched roof appears on both sides of the conservatory extension, rather than having a flat face connecting to the house wall. The front-facing pitched roof allows for any conservatory style to be accommodated, from Edwardian to Victorian and is ideally suited for bungalows.

“P” and “T” Shaped Conservatories

The “P” & “T” shaped conservatories are a combination of Lean-to and either Victorian, Edwardian or Gable styled conservatory designs to create an impressive and wide-span glazed building extension. It is completely adaptable to suit all house styles and bungalows. For bungalows and other height-restricted situations, a hipped-back roof with box gutter is normally supplied. This style can be varied so that the spacious Sun lounge section is at either side.


Elegant and pleasing on the eye, orangery buildings boast refined architectural shapes to achieve the height of sophistication.Originally designed to house and grow exotic fruits and plants, orangeries evolved into symbols of wealth and status. Nowadays they provide beautiful and stylish alternatives to traditional conservatory extensions.

Panel Types

Dwarf wall type

Glass to ground type

Solid base panel type

Tiled roof option

Traditional Lean-to

Lo-Pitch Lean-to suitable for bungalows

Hipped roof lean-to

Gullwing Lean-to


Edwardian gable front


5 sided Victorian

Back Hipped Edwardian

Back Hipped Victorian

Edwardian “P” shape

Victorian “P” shape

Edwardian “T” shape back hipped

Victorian “T” shaped back hipped

Manufactured to accommodate individual site requirements.

  • Less frames to one or both sides to allow for full height wall/s.  i.e. When close to boundary.
  • Fanlights to only one or both sides (normally 400mm deep) with brick wall/s below. i.e. Close to boundary but allowing some side daylight.
  • Less frames to one side. i.e. When fitted to an inside corner, box gutter required on hipped roof styles.
  • Conservatory manufactured to´wrap´round an outside corner. i.e. ´L´shape when conservatory is fitted to, for example, rear and side of house wall.
  • Customise roof to fit round chimney breast or other protrusions on the house wall.
  • Alter external roof  height at the house wall if necessary.

Conservatories at Trade Prices

Remember with our Trade Prices your DIY Conservatory will add value to home and give you years of pleasure.

Opting for a DIY Conservatory can save you thousands of pounds whilst providing you with an easy way of adding extra space to your home.

At Houseproud  we can supply you with a quality selfbuild conservatory  in white, rosewood, golden oak, rosewood on white and golden oak on white finished as well as a number of  colours in all styles.

Our Colour Finishes

There’s no point having brilliant systems if the package isn’t supported by a full range of colours and finishes. Our range is wide enough to suit anyone’s taste with everything from bold primaries, to soft contemporary greys and natural looking wood effects. We’ve got grained finishes, flat finishes and every single one uses the best foils available for long lasting durability and performance.

The most popular finishes are available ex-stock with everything else available on a short lead time. Hover below to see colour labels.

Dark Red

Brilliant Blue

Steel Blue

Dark Green

Chartwell Green

Agate Grey

Anthracite Grey Flat

Signal Grey Flat

Basalt Grey

Hazy Grey

Slate Grey

Dark Oak



Natural Oak

Light Oak

Rustic Oak

Swamp Oak


Black Brown



Slate Grey Finesse

Irish Oak



Golden Oak