Extensions & Orangeries
Extending the back of your property is one of the easiest ways to create more living space and add value to your home, whether it’s for a kitchen extension, living room, dining room or playroom. But do you go for an extension or an orangery?
What's the main difference between an orangery and an extension?
An orangery is a cross between a conservatory and a traditional extension. Made with brick-built pillars. Orangeries are usually designed to feature a raised glass roof structure that can flood the room with natural light, however they are not as energy efficient due to the quantity of glass. An extension tends to have a flat solid insulated roof making it much more energy efficient with the feel of being part of the original property. However many opt for an extension with a lantern roof to get the best of both worlds. By adding coloured frames and Bi-fold doors you can achieve an element of luxury.
Our design team can sit with you and help create a bespoke build to meet your exact requirements, from the actual build to electrics, plumbing, heating, and decorating, we can be as involved as you need us to be.
Types of roof available:
- Flat Insulated Roof
- Flat Insulated Lantern Roof
- Mono Pitched Roof
- Mono Pitched Roof With Velux
- Orangery Roof (Various Styles)
- Tiled Gable Roof With Velux