Welcome to the website of ABFAB Conservatory Systems. We are an experienced conservatory installation company based in Hedge End near Southampton. We also provide window and door repair services, including conservatory roof repair work, for customers in the local area.
We offer a professional and friendly service that caters for homeowners throughout the Hampshire area. From the initial design process to the handover of the project, we will keep you informed on your conservatory build every step of the way while causing the minimum amount of fuss disruption.
Our window and door repair services are suitable for replacing rotting and inefficient double glazed windows. Whether it’s UPVC, timber or aluminium frames, we are able to improve the whole window, inside and out. We can also swap old and warped doors for new, stylish replacements of your choice.
If you think your conservatory roof is in need of a clean, or if there’s glass that’s damaged and needs replacing, why not give us a call? We can send our team out to take care of all glass, window and door repair work in Southampton and Hedge End.
ABFAB Conservatory Systems services are competitively priced and all of our conservatory repair and replacement work carries a 10-year guarantee. We use Pilkington K Glass as standard for our high quality glazing services. We have a 9.9 Checkatrade rating so please visit our testimonials page for reviews on our work.
Quotes for conservatory installations, window and door repair work and conservatory roof replacements are free for customers in Hedge End, Southampton and the surrounding Hampshire area.
“Steve was very professional and knowledgeable. He came and measured and provided a quote the same day. Steve was friendly and approachable and gave sound advice.
“Steve was very professional and courteous and very happy with the job done.”
“We were pleased that we picked AbFab to replace two windows that had discoloured over a number of years. We would have no hesitation in calling Steve in the future when we need other windows replaced.”