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The amount of building work needed is a major consideration when selecting any kind of expansion.

So, when it comes to planning, you’ll want to know how long it takes to construct a conservatory, since, as with any addition, you’ll want to
limit the amount of disturbance to a minimal.

As a result, it should come as no surprise that the length of time it takes to construct a conservatory varies greatly depending on the kind
of conservatory you select and the location of your project.

Although there are many variables that may influence the outcome, you will be relieved to learn that buying one of our conservatories can
save you not only money but also time and avoid the hassle of trying to build a conservatory yourself.

Based on our most popular conservatory types, this guide will walk you through the anticipated time it will take you to construct one of our
conservatories.

Estimated construction timeframes for various conservatory types

As previously said, understanding how long it will take to build your conservatory is a concern that many people have when planning their
new addition.

And, as you may be aware, each conservatory is built to your specifications, so no two will be alike.

However, in order to provide you with a starting point, we’ve chosen to estimate how long a common conservatory type will take to build.

Professional build time for different Conservatory Styles (such as Edwardian, Hipped-Back Edwardian, Lean-To Gable Front, Victorian, P-
Shape, T-Shape, Orangery, Porch) using conventional base, floor, and walls ranges from 1 to 5 weeks, depending on size, specification,
weather and site conditions.

What kind of upheaval will it cause?

The amount of disturbance caused by the construction will be determined by access to your garden and the placement of your
conservatory.

Due to the limited access to the garden, it may take longer to complete the required groundwork prior to the construction.

There may be some disturbance to your garden/lawn depending on the number of individuals assisting with the construction. However,
laying down wooden planks will assist to mitigate this.

It’s also worth noting that building over a drain or manhole in your yard may create further delays. This kind of work requires building
code or water authority permission, and it may need the relocation of the manhole itself.

For a professional sunroom or conservatory build in Glasgow, talk to Luke Lloyd Builders. We cover Glasgow City & the Greater Glasgow areas.