Actually the cost of fully fitted conservatories is going to be higher the larger the room you are building – that much is obvious, but you may also be subject to seasonal or regional fluctuations in the prices. What is meant by this is that in an area where the cost of living is higher (transport, raw materials, labour etc) the cost if the work could also increase. Added to that, in times of high demand the market conditions could also push up prices.
Having said that, you should never fail to try your best to negotiate a lower conservatory price as most, if not all companies have some leeway in their pricing structure and it never pays to take the first price offered for anything.
The best way to have some ammunition to get lower conservatory prices from your installers is to have a range of other quotes from different installers to use as negotiating tools, if you show the company that is quoting you a better price from a competitor then they are likely to try to better it by offering an additional incentive to give them the contract – maybe it could be a price drop or even upgrades to the design or materials at no cost.
Whatever it is, you will first need a handful of written quotes with which to work and the best way to do that is to request a quote. The quotes will be free and all you have to do is ask.
The process is very simple, go to the ‘get quotes’ page, enter a few details & ‘send’. In a short time afterwards you should receive a call from up to 3 properly qualified companies who will be happy to give you written quotes for the work you want – you don’t have to go hunting around for them, they come to you, what could be simpler?