An orangery combines the light airy feel of a conservatory with the ‘real room’ feel of a brick-based extension. A large lantern roof floods the space with natural light, whilst bi-fold, sliding or French doors seamlessly link your garden or patio area. Orangery extensions are thermally efficient and versatile; we regularly create bespoke spaces for dining, cooking, entertaining, relaxing, studying or simply spending time with the family.
What Is An Orangery Extension?
Mineral wool insulation improves heat retention, in conjunction with high performing glass, whilst variable widths between 300 and 1200mm allow for versatile configurations. Integrated down-lighters and speakers help create a true ‘real room’ feel, which is warm and cosy too.
A choice of one, two or three tiered flat cornices allows you to customise the look of your roof and create a more contemporary design, as well as concealing gutters and rafter ends. For those looking for a more traditional look, you might prefer to choose the curved cornice.
Large Roof Lanterns
A high performance roof lantern floods the space with natural light, thanks to the reduced 40mm box rafters. Enhanced thermal performance ensures you can enjoy your orangery year round, whilst the hard-wearing aluminium exterior creates a contemporary look.
Panoramic Sliding Doors
Hidden structural steel beams and goal posts can be used to create larger apertures in which we can install bi-folding or sliding doors to open up your orangery and link it with your garden. This will increase natural light, and offer seamless access and broader outside views.
Our inspirational showroom has a stunning orangery extension that we would be proud to show you around. It features aluminium bi-fold and sliding doors and a large roof lantern.
We will talk through all your options to create the perfect living space for you and your family. We will also help with any planning applications and structural reports throughout the process.
Our team of experienced experts will undertake and co-ordinate all the necessary installation work for you, including brickwork, plastering, plumbing, electrics, tiling and decorating.