We strive to provide you with the widest possible choice of conservatory designs including; Lean To, Edwardian, Victorian, Gable End, P-Shaped and more. If you require a bespoke conservatory, we are able to design and manufacture bespoke conservatories on-site at our factory in Letchworth, Hertfordshire. The conservatory design you choose will be influenced by personal preference, house style and intended usage.
At Centurion, we keep our conservatory prices simple. The price you see is the price you pay, inclusive of VAT and delivery to mainland UK. We believe our prices to be the most competitive on the market. After all, when you buy from Centurion DIY Conservatories, you’re buying direct from our factory in Hertfordshire – no middlemen.
Centurion DIY Conservatories are manufactured at our factory in Hertfordshire from highest specification materials, with fully steel reinforced frames in virgin PVCu frames. We manufacture our own sealed double glazed glass units on site, with 28mm toughened glass for optimum insulation and safety.
We would love to hear back from you when you have finished building your conservatory. Let us know how it all went. But the most important thing is to send us your photos, and show off all your hard work! Email your story and photos to us at firstname.lastname@example.org and then tell your friends to look at the pictures on the Centurion website.
A conservatory is probably the most flexible room in the home as you are never restricted in how you can use them. You have probably seen most conservatories being used as a sitting room, or used to extend a sitting room, but there are many other modern ways to use your new, light space.
Your conservatory features a 32mm polycarbonate roof as standard with a range of colour options available. If you prefer the luxury of a glass roof we can offer advice and prices on clear, thermal defence or anti-sun alternatives. Centurion also supply replacement DIY conservatory roofs in either polycarbonate or glass, made to measure, with full BBA accreditations.
Building a Conservatory
Building your own conservatory may seem like a daunting task but the process is a lot more straight-forward than you might imagine. The following guide outlines what’s involved at each stage of the process.
In general, planning permission for a conservatory is not required. Conservatories are considered to be permitted development which does not require an application of planning, provided that the conservatory meets a number of criteria.
Conservatories are classed as temporary structures, and as such do not generally have to conform to Building Regulations.
At Centurion DIY Conservatories we recognise the need to make our quality conservatories as affordable as possible. With a range of straightforward payment options, buying your conservatory with our 0% finance options helps you get the conservatory you want with a budget you can afford.