- Low U-value double-glazed wooden casement windows with lockable catches.
- Hand crafted softwood or hardwood frames with your choice of configuration, unique glass designs and over 200+ colours to choose from.
- Choose from standard wooden French doors, or Wooden bifold doors exclusive to the wooden conservatory range.
- 10 year guarantee
- Established in 1966
- Made in Britain
Wooden Conservatory Design Options
Anglian wooden conservatories are made to order for your home. Choose your wooden window frame colour and add your own finishing touches.
Benefits of Anglian Wooden Conservatories
Personalise your timber conservatory from our exquisite timber collection. Select from our beautiful wooden French doors or choose wooden bifold doors, exclusively available for wooden conservatories. There’s 4 classic paint finishes and a range of handle colours available to match the look of your existing windows.
Anglian timber framed conservatories are beautifully crafted and come with a 10-year guarantee. Made from quality timber sourced from the Forest Stewardship Partnership Council, our wooden conservatories are precision-machined and pressure-preserved in the UK.
Our wooden framed conservatories are fitted with double glazed windows for great all-round performance and energy efficiency. Double glazed windows have a low U-value, which means you’ll keep more of the cold out and reflect heat back in, reducing the cost of heating and using your wooden conservatory in the colder months.
Anglian take care of the details
It can be overwhelming to decide what type of conservatory you want with huge the choice of materials, sizes and features available. Our team of experts will give you the guidance you need to design your perfect Anglian conservatory and understand the pros and cons of a wooden conservatory.
In most cases, wooden conservatories are considered a “permitted development” and don’t require planning permission. If your timber framed conservatory exceeds the regulations outlined by the council, we’ll apply for planning permission on your behalf. You’ll be kept in the loop every step of the way.
Whether you're replacing an old conservatory roof or creating a new space, we’ve got the right roof for your wooden conservatory. There’s a choice of traditional tiles, replica tiles, glass roof or solid panels in a range of colours and combinations.
Explore our classic conservatory styles
A four-sided pitched roof that makes for a bold rectangular shape.
A three-sided pitched roof that captures the essence of Elizabethan times.
A popular and fully-customisable style that complements your home.
A bay-like window and P-shape to enjoy the garden sunshine from.
A grand, gable-end conservatory that reflects the Regency era.
A generously-sized T-shape design with a curved or square central bay shape.
The perfect shelter from summer showers, either on its own or added to a conservatory.
A period style conservatory with a bay-curved front that suits any home.
Spread the cost of your new conservatory with our low rate finance plan from 9.9% APR variable.
Your conservatory comes with a 10-year guarantee and 15-year sealed unit guarantee.
Price match promise
Find a like-for-like conservatory cheaper elsewhere within 7 days and we'll match the price.
Wooden Conservatory FAQ
Wooden conservatories are usually more expensive than uPVC conservatories. This is due to the cost of materials and specialised crafting techniques to build beautifully made wooden framed conservatories.
Timber conservatories are usually constructed with a uPVC clad aluminium roof, however some designs can support a wooden roof. If you would like a timber roof from Anglian, we’ll check the design you’ve chosen can support one. Alternatively, it may be worth exploring our solid roof options.
Your wooden conservatory can last for many years if it is well looked after. We guarantee the unit, base and sealed units of our wooden conservatories for 10 years and the paintwork for 2 years. If you have an Anglian timber conservatory, please check your care and maintenance booklet for further care details.
Yes, you can re-paint a wooden conservatory. It’s important that you consult an expert on the type of paint to choose to ensure an even and consistent re-coat. If you are still within your guarantee period with Anglian, please contact us for advice, or consult your case and maintenance booklet.
Wooden conservatories are double glazed, which means they provide a good level of soundproofing. However, the rest of your home’s walls are made from brick, which is more soundproof than glass. Installing better quality double-glazing in your conservatory may reduce noise pollution.
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