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Our Orangeries

Whatever your passions may be, an Orangery can provide the necessary space, style, and seclusion that makes it your perfect place. A luxury dining area? Another lounge filled with your favourite books? A space tailored for your hobbies? The possibilities go on and on. Orangeries have brick pillars or columns and use less glass than a modern Conservatory, giving you more privacy, with a lantern in the solid roof to give your room more light. Conservatories have more glass, and the roofs are usually made from glass, but you can also choose a solid roof.

The main feature of this unassuming model is its suitability for most properties. And once installed, these doors and windows require minimal care. Since we customise each door and window to fit your specific space, you know it will fit the first time around!

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    About Our Orangeries

    An orangery is a type of extension for a home that typically features brick or stone walls with large windows and a glass roof lantern. Orangeries were first developed in the 17th century as a way to grow exotic fruits and plants in colder climates, and they have since evolved into a popular architectural feature for homes.

    Here are some advantages of an orangery over a conservatory in the UK:

    More Privacy: Orangeries typically have more solid walls than conservatories, which can provide increased privacy for homeowners.

    Better Insulation: Orangeries are typically built with more solid materials than conservatories, which can make them better insulated and more energy-efficient. This can help keep the orangery warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, making it more comfortable to use year-round.

    More Versatile: Orangeries can be designed to blend in seamlessly with the existing architecture of a home, which can make them a more versatile option than conservatories. They can be used as a dining room, home office, or as an additional living space.

    Higher Property Value: Adding an orangery to your home can increase its overall value. It is considered a desirable feature and can make your home more attractive to potential buyers.

    Overall, an orangery can offer a more permanent and substantial addition to your home than a conservatory, while also providing a more versatile and comfortable space that can be used all year round.


    Our team has extensive experience in building orangeries. We have worked on a variety of projects and can provide examples of our previous work.
    The length of time it takes to build an orangery depends on the complexity of the project. The process involves initial consultation and design, obtaining necessary permits, construction of the frame, installation of glazing and finishing touches.