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Orangeries are a fantastic new addition to any home because of the valuable extra room and added grandeur they provide. Originally built during the 17th, 18th and 19th century at grand properties in Italy; their complex architecture saw them become the ultimate symbol of wealth because of how much orangeries cost.

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The Benefits of Orangeries

Discover the main benefits that a stylish orangery from EYG can bring to your home:

  • Grand addition to any home

    Add grandeur to your property with a stylish EYG orangery

  • Floods home with natural light

    Our luxury orangeries will help to flood adjoining rooms with a light and airy feel

  • Stunning focal points

    Boasting a high ceiling, the interior or an orangery will create a new architectural focal point

  • Improve your lifestyle

    Adding extra versatile space will help you and your family to have a better quality of life

  • Bring the garden into your home

    Provide a seamless link between the inside and outside of your home

  • Add value to your home

    An orangery is a great investment because it means your property is more desirable and worth more

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Learn more about Orangeries

Historically, orangeries allowed affluent property owners to grow citrus trees and other exotic plants - thanks to the additional light and warmth they provided. Nowadays, orangeries are a stylish variation on traditional conservatories, adding an extra room to your property which is useable all year round and has the feel of a home extension.

Normally constructed with brick pillared corners and a flat roof, boasting an internal perimeter and glass lantern roof, orangeries are great for retaining heat in winter and keeping the normal temperature of your home in summer. And because there are no extreme temperature fluctuations, an orangery is the perfect choice for a family kitchen, office, dining room or extra living space. Coupled with bi-folding doors, orangeries are a natural link between home and garden. 

However, it's the stunning glass lantern roof where the real difference of an orangery is most felt and appreciated. Sitting on top of the roof, lanterns have elevated glass side frames which often include vents for improved temperature control. Providing extra interior height, they make a stunning focal point which allows light to flood in to your home, adding a feeling of grandeur.

With more than 45 years' experience in the home improvement industry, EYG are proud to offer a wide range of modern and traditional orangeries. For more details about our range and finance options, fill in a call-back form and we'll arrange to carry out a free design survey at your home. To discover accurate orangery prices, call 0800 181888 and ask for a no-obligation quote today.

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Orangeries FAQs

Will I need planning permission for an orangery?

Orangeries and conservatories do sometimes need planning permission. In a lot of instances, an orangery can be added to a home under permitted development rights.

If you are considering a new addition to your home, EYG will take the stress and hassle out of the process by securing planning permission on your behalf, if required. This will be done before confirming any final orangery costs or starting the build.

By doing this we can make sure it is a fuss-free process for you - and you can be safe in the knowledge that the building work meets all of the necessary planning guidelines.

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What is the design and build process?

At EYG, we like to treat the design and build process a bit differently. Unlike some orangery companies, we carry out all of the manufacturing and installation work ourselves - thanks to our expert team of fully-qualified tradesmen, who boast qualifications that are recognised by the major UK trade associations.

To start with, we will send one of our design specialists to your property to give you a free no-obligation quote based on your exact requirements. If you are happy with the price, a detailed site survey will then be carried out to check on drain levels and the impact of any proposed new roof heights.

If the ridge height (top point) of your orangery roof is less than the eaves on your property's roof, planning permission may not be needed.

If planning is required, we would only come and take accurate fabrication measurements when all of the necessary paperwork is in place.

After a second survey, our fully-qualified fitters will erect your orangery and ensure it is made weatherproof, before adding an insulated floor covering to the interior.

Will all the relevant regulations be adhered to?

When it comes to making your orangery, every manufacturing stage is quality controlled in accordance with BS5750. Toughened safety glass is used in accordance with BS6206 class A and all our orangeries now have A-rated glass fitted as standard.

Any trench footings which need to be dug always go down to a minimum depth of 650mm, before a full damp proof course membrane - which carries a 10-year warranty - is put into the base.

Because all our orangery fitters are highly skilled - not to mention the fully-trained builders, plasterers, and heating experts among our team - you can be confident you're getting the highest-quality addition to your home.

What materials can an orangery be made from?

At EYG, we are experts at designing, manufacturing and installing orangeries. We take care of the entire build process, from start to finish, so you can trust that our made-to-measure orangeries are of the highest quality. Available in UPVC, aluminium or timber, you can choose the one which best suits your home's style.

What finishing touches can I choose?

Adding glass panels with elegant bevelled glass shapes and striking colours can help to ensure your orangery makes the greatest impact possible. With their marbled effect and subtle textured or frosted effects, our fantastic exclusive range includes bevel designs or you can opt for a combination of lead and film. You can even add subtle lighting within the roof's perimeter for a soft ambient light that will turn your orangery into a fantastic space at night.

What ventilation options are there?

Orangeries with additional ventilation usually provide their users with increased enjoyment and comfort levels. We offer a selection of mechanical and electrically-operated roof vents in a range of sizes. They are all designed to be easy to use and energy efficient.

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