OWD can refurbish your existing conservatory
If your old conservatory is ready for an upgrade, a replacement installation by OWD is the perfect solution to update your living space and add value to your property.
OWD is renowned for conservatory refurbishment projects that include replacement window frames, doors and the installation of new roofs. We can replace an aging glass or polycarbonate roof with a fully insulated, plastered and tiled warm roof, making it more thermally efficient – or if you prefer, an orangery-style roof with glazed panels.
Rather than having an entirely new conservatory, we can refurbish or upgrade your existing one. No hassle, no fuss and the choices are endless! We have a wide range of options and products guaranteed to breathe new life into any ageing conservatory.
Conservatory refurb benefits
By upgrading your old conservatory to a completely bespoke, updated version, you can save on maintenance costs and heating bills, creating a contemporary space that’s built to last and can be used all year-round.
Every OWD project is entirely custom-made, including the style, design and colour of new doors and windows, or a new roof to suit your needs – so you can count on a replacement conservatory that’s tailored to you. And thanks to our top-quality, energy-efficient products, you can enjoy your brand new conservatory for years to come.
The OWD showroom showcases a conservatory with a warm roof and an orangery with a central glass lantern, plus a selection of frames and doors showing a variety of colour options and styles.
For customer peace of mind…
All of our products are manufactured in the UK and confirm to the highest industry standards. Glass is ‘A+’ rated, double-glazed as standard, with a triple-glazed option, toughened or laminated if required and we offer a full choice of obscure patterns. As standard we give you a full 10-year Insurance Backed Guarantee and all products come with a 10-year warranty.
Contact us now for further information or to book an appointment. All photographs are OWD projects.