At Cardinal Home Improvements we don’t just build attractive, secure conservatories and orangeries, we also specialise in quality conservatory rebuilds, conservatory modifications and conservatory upgrades.
We know that a new conservatory or orangery makes for a wonderful living space that opens out into your garden, but over time, it's inevitable your conservatory will suffer from various weathering conditions, as it stands exposed in the firing line of the elements.
Wind and rain can cause major issues with the exterior of your conservatory and it's important, especially if you built the conservatory yourself, to have it checked out by a trusted home improvement professional and registered trades-person.
We never compromise on quality and only use the best base materials to support your conservatory the whole year round.
We use only the best materials to support your conservatory the whole year round!
Call Now for your free quote on how we can improve the structural integrity of your conservatory and make sure you have a home extension you can one again be proud of.
Our conservatory modifications won’t be beaten on quality or safety
Secure ultra-safe design and installation
Guild of Master Tradesmen trusted fitter
Ultraframe accredited installer
Choose from UPVC or Aluminium in a variety of colour options
Total autonomy on your redesign, with a wealth of colours, styles, window types and accessories to choose from
Planning and permissions taken care of through our free project management service
Conservatory designs brought to you in the comfort of your home
Free Delivery and installations included in your price plan
Weatherproof UPVC glass replacements
Self-cleaning glass options
Stunning panoramic display both inside and out
10 year guarantee
Thermally efficient glass replacements
Light keeping surrounds
You can keep your original base but we’ll replace any tired windows, frames roofing and doors
We’ll improve the temperature of your conservatory, all year round
Insulation and heat keeping expertise and services