Conservatories

Key Features

Variety of style options available.

Polycarbonate, Sealed Unit or solid Roof options

Variety of different PVC colour options.

Durable aluminium system.

All frames made to measure.

10 Year guarantee on the Frames & Glass.

Stylish UPVC Conservatories, supplied across Norwich, Norfolk, East Anglia.

Nothing adds style, space and value to a home like a conservatory, Summerhouse or Orangery.

AstraFrame manufacture conservatories to any specification and bespoke design, making use of our reliable Synseal PVCu frames and Global Conservatory Roofs our factory in Norwich.

AstraFrame offers expert advice whether you want a complete design and build service, DIY Conservatory or are in the trade. Our design service allows you to construct an airy, light and stylish conservatory that’s guaranteed to add value to any home.

Save money on an expertly designed Conservatory

Affordably priced, many customers buying a Conservatory direct from AstraFrame tell us they saved thousands of pounds compared to quotes from elsewhere. We can do this because we are one of the largest trade manufacturers in Norwich so you can benefit from our buying power and enjoy the best prices.

We help you every step of the way to create your ideal conservatory

We help you design your conservatory and advise you in planning your project, build cost and can even find you a builder from our list of trusted traders. Find out how our DIY Conservatory Service takes the stress out of building a conservatory.

For trade customers and DIY enthusiasts alike, AstraFrame are able to manufacture and supply the following uPVC conservatories in Norwich, Norfolk and East Anglia, see all the styles below.

Edwardian Conservatories

An Edwardian conservatory is the ideal choice if you favour something timeless. Suitable for both modern and period homes, the roof slope can be changed to suit your house and the classic, rectangular shape makes the most of the space available.

Victorian conservatory

A Victorian conservatory shares its pitched roof and decorative ridges with the Edwardian design, but has a curved end typically with either 3 or 5 facets. A good option if you favour something classic, a Victorian conservatory suits any style of home and garden and looks beautiful with coloured or woodgrained frames.

Traditional Lean-to conservatory

If you prefer contemporary designs, the clean lines of the lean-to conservatory are worth considering. Perfect for properties with restricted space, lean-to conservatories have a sloping, flat-angled roof and are a popular choice with modern homes.

P-shaped or L-Shaped conservatory

The P-shape or L-Shaped is a combination of the Victorian or Edwardian conservatory and the lean-to design. Ideal for larger properties, these designs have two separate living areas, making them a really versatile way to add extra more room to your home.

T-shaped Conservatory

This design has two wings and is ideal for larger properties and lends itself to a larger entrance with Bi-fold Doors out onto the garden.

Gable End Conservatory

The Gable end design creates a full height roof that creates a feeling of space and light. Often chosen with a sunburst gable design.

Orangery Conservatory or Sunroom

Orangeries, Sunrooms and Summerhouses are an elegant way to add space to your property. Blurring the lines between an extension and a conservatory, orangeries feature cornices, pillars or brickwork to blend into the design of your home and a glass roof with large windows offering lots of natural light.