The distinction between a conservatory and orangery is simple; a conservatory contains a higher volume of glass. But you still get a large portion of glass in an orangery design, particularly when opting to have a glass roof included in the extension. It covers a lengthy distance and brings in a considerable amount of natural sunlight, together with the many windows and the perfectly positioned patio doors. It’s these elements that have made the orangery a family favourite for reading, gaming and playing with toys, plus the exceptional configuration employed.
So that they don’t overly restrict themselves to the orangery, patio doors have been assimilated into the design. Fitted with accompanying side panels, the patio doors are in frequent use when there’s the lure of swing ball on offer, amongst many other garden-related activities. You have to stand outside though to fully appreciate this orangery in all its glory and you cannot help but admire how much the wealth of glass works in its favour. Case in point is that roofing system and the windows occupying the side of the structure. It is an outstanding feat of orangery design, but that’s what we specialise in achieving for all customers.
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