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Orangeries in Kent are an elegant and innovative way to extend your home. Their classic style is perfect for homes of all styles and time periods thanks to their versatile designs. You can choose from a range of materials, colours and styles; get ideas and inspiration here! When you want the light and space of a conservatory and the solid feel of a traditional home extension, an orangery is for you.
Orangeries were originally used by wealthy southern Europeans as an outhouse to grow oranges, limes, and lemons. The Mediterranean building style can be seen in their use of bespoke pillars in their design. Rectangular in shape, they are designed to maximise floor space and provide a more solid feel than a fully glazed conservatory. With our thermally insulating and robust materials, our orangeries will keep your extension at an optimal temperature 365 days of the year. They’re leak-free and draught-free, and with self-cleaning glass, they don’t need any continuous maintenance.
Our orangeries are available in uPVC or aluminium, giving you the flexibility to meet your personal preferences and budget. Regardless of which you opt for, we source only the highest quality materials, ensuring your conservatory will be energy efficient, secure and weather resistant.
We can install a classical orangery that allures the renaissance design. Fitted with bespoke pillars, elegant roof crests and charming French doors, it’s a timeless style that can effortlessly fit with any home’s existing character. Cream, white and Chartwell green are popular for the older designs. If you’re looking for something more modern, we can incorporate our sleek bi-fold doors, monochromatic colour schemes and roof lanterns.
With a vast number of our high-performance windows and doors that can be included in the design, we’ll be able to construct the perfect orangery for you. We can also match your home’s brickwork to give the illusion that it’s apart of your current property.Get a price
With our intelligent 3D software, we can mix and match a range of windows and doors, colours and decorative features to help you visualise the final installation. Once you’ve decided on your dream aesthetic, we’ll then turn it into a reality!
Whether you opt for bi-folds, sliding patio doors, or French doors, you can have matching door sets between your orangery and garden and also the internal room. This will create a symmetrical feel to your home, making the orangery feel more like an existing area of the property than a separate extension.
There are a number of roof options available, including glass and tiled roofing systems. Glass roofs are ideal to let the light brighten the room, whilst providing superior energy efficiency and self-cleaning abilities. Our tiled roofs can be perfectly matched to blend with your home’s existing roof, making your orangery appear like a natural extension. They are highly weather-proof, able to withstand tough winds of up to 130mph. We can also include aluminium roof rafters with colour coordinated uPVC capping and cladding for a roof that is sure to add the wow factor.Get a price
All our glazing options provide excellent levels of energy efficiency to insulate your home. Our innovative orangery designs include fully insulated columns, densely layered roofing panels and our advanced double glazing that can attain A+ energy ratings. Beating building regulation standards, our glazing achieves U-values of 1.0 W/m2k, effectively keeping you warm in the winter and cool in the summer, thanks to its pioneering abilities to reach optimal interior climates.Get a price
Find all the answers to our most frequently asked questions below.
The starting cost for a conservatory could be as little as £10,000. However, you have to take a few elements into account. What material will it be made from, what kind of windows will be used, how big it will be, what roof you will have on the orangery? It's always best to chat over your project with one of our orangery experts.
Yes, because an orangery is often a more complex structure than a conservatory so typically an orangery will cost more. However, an orangery is more like a traditional home extension with more solid walls than a conservatory so it may add more value to you and your home.
An orangery is considered an extension so often it will not require planning permission. However, read our conservatory planning permission guide to find out the rules for extensions.
The main difference between a conservatory and an orangery is a conservatory is mostly made of glass and an orangery is more of a brick structure with large windows and a glass lantern roof.
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