Orangeries

At Renaissance Orangeries we eliminate the hassles out of a home extension project. Our conservatories and orangeries have always lived up to the expectations of customers, be it the appearance, quality, functionality and cost. We’ve completed so many projects till now and you can view some of them in the ‘Gallery’ section. You may choose an orangery conservatory for your property from these images too.

The clients’ requirements vary from one another. So, our objective is to meet their specifics after taking into account their existing property and budget. We create a foolproof design that complies with your needs as well as the building regulations in the UK. Even after accomplishing so many projects, we still strive to bring innovation into our work so as to serve our customers better.

When it comes to designs and styles of conservatories and orangeries, you’ll have plenty of options to choose from. Just talk to our expert and infuse your own ideas into the doors, windows and roof for a completely personalised feel. Generally, the style of an orangery conservatory depends a lot on its purpose and compatibility with the existing structure. You may make use of the extension as a kitchen, living room, dining room, office or just to grow plants. Whatever may be the purpose, this new addition will give you and your family or guests a remarkable feel while spending time in it. With glazed walls and roof, the area will be filled with the natural sunlight for a lot warmer winter.

Although people often use the phrases ‘orangery’ and ‘conservatory’ interchangeably, a little difference lies in the roof construction. An orangery is a lot lower with an angle of 22.5 degrees. The rationale behind this is to make sure that the extension matches the rest of the building to deliver a perfect external appearance.

Renaissance Orangeries is the one-stop destination to turn your home extension dream into a reality. For more information and to arrange an appointment, kindly contact us.

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We can offer…

  • Design
  • Project management
  • Complete build
  • Planning issues
  • Building regulations
  • Structural calculations
  • Quality