Classic orangeries tend to look different to modern conservatories because their structure is built predominantly out of brick.
Modern orangeries are often constructed using glass roofs and bi-folding or uPVC French patio doors that let in lots of natural light.
Orangeries are a suitable alternative to moving, as they will provide you with lots of additional space for an office or dining room.
We also provide an inurance backed guarantee with any orangery installation, backed by the Consumer Protection Association.
Orangeries traditionally look like extensions of the property they are built in to. That’s because contemporary orangeries are built out of brick that normally replicates the pattern used in the main dwelling. They will often feature a glass lantern roof that lets in lots of natural light, which helps to create a sense of space.
Modern orangeries are more analogous to conservatories. In addition to glass roofs, their frontage is often of the same construction. This means they can be designed as an in between space that seamlessly links together your interior and exterior areas. The versatility of its design makes the orangery a popular design choice.
Orangeries can, therefore, be designed for privation or in a more open-plan format that’s been manufactured to let the outside world in. They are both practical and attractive in appearance and are suitable for all different types of properties; they are both suitable for homes with abundant or limited amounts of space.
An orangery will look attractive, provide you with additional room and increase the worth of your home. But if the installation is poorly completed, you could find yourself confronted with a range of expensive and time-consuming problems to solve. If the doors and windows aren’t fitted tightly enough, for example, you could experience draughts and mould-related issues.
By choosing Quality Direct to undertake your installation, you’ll be guaranteed a level of service that is fast and efficient – but without compromising on build quality. Our extensive experience of orangeries – combined with our meticulous approach – means we’ll complete your extension within defined planning and building regulatory guidelines.
Quality Direct is fully accredited and can advise you on all aspect of the building project: from the initial survey phase, through to the physical construction and interior design process. Our installers understand orangeries very well and will, therefore, be perfectly poised to answer any technical questions you may have as things progress.
Instead of moving somewhere else to make space, build an orangery on to your home and turn it in to an extra bedroom, studio or playroom for your children – you’ll be increasing its market value at the same time.
Orangeries can be customised so that they complement the existing features of your existing home. Whatever the size of your property, there’s a design that will complement its appearance.
Flooding your orangery with plenty of natural light will help create a greater sense of space, even if you have very little room available within which to site the structure.
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