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    Are you looking to extend your home with a stunning Orangery, Conservatory or Garden Room of your dreams? If so look no further, We are one of the UK's leading manufacturers & suppliers of bespoke property extensions.

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  • Orangeries Made For You

    We manufacture & supply premium quality, luxury hardwood products to the whole of the UK, extend your property with one of our beautiful, hand crafted products. We offer a complete design consultation to address design requirements, planning permission & roof options.

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  • Timeless Orangery Design

    Customise your Orangery any way you want. We manufacture the entire structure to your specifications - shape, size, timber species (oak and other hardwoods available) paint and ironmongery colours & more.

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  • Orangeries vs. Conservatories

    The "Orangery" is an adaption of a Conservatory with a brick base, flat roof & centralised roof lantern. They were typically used as tree nurseries or citrus gardens until the 1900's when they became fashionable developments for wealthy estates.

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    Transform your home, extend your living space, open up your property and let the light in. We turn your dream concept into reality through bespoke craftsmanship, CNC machining & years of experience as an established joinery.

Bespoke Orangeries

Get a quote now! We offer a free no-obligation quotation followed by a detailed survey. Once the design and style is agreed upon, we can manufacture and supply/install your Orangery or Conservatory.

We are a nationwide supplier of high quality Orangeries, Conservatories and Garden Rooms. We manufacture all of our products in-house using quality, long-lasting hardwoods such as Oak, Pine, Sapele and Idigbo.

Orangeries are built with a perimeter roof and a suspended roof lantern or glass lantern, and either a single set of opening French-style doors or bifold doors. The orangery itself is a bespoke structure that can be designed to fit onto a property, even if space is limited. These structures can double as property extensions, and can be constructed for a variety of purposes including to add space to kitchens and living rooms, or as a structure to connect two properties.

Difference Between an Orangery And Conservatory

A conservatory has more glass than an orangery, while an orangery will have more brickwork that forms the frame and base of the structure. Typically, orangeries will have a flat perimeter roof with a centralised roof lantern (which can be pitched), as well as a brick base built on a solid concrete foundation. Conservatories on the other hand have a pitched roof and a frame that runs from the roof edge down to the floor with little or no brick base. Orangeries tend to be more suitable for larger residences, and are also better suited for interconnecting properties, or for acting as a stand-alone garden room.

We combine high quality materials with expert craftsmanship to ensure our products are extremely energy efficient and thermally dynamic. Regardless of the choice of materials, our products make a great addition to any home or property, whether it’s for extra living space, storage space, or even for use as a home office.

We combine safety, security and energy efficiency into all product design, ensuring maximum uValue performance. Our products use multipoint deadlocking windows & doors and bifold doors to maximise security. Our double and triple glazing options combined with precision manufacturing increase energy efficiency and reduce wasted energy. Our easyClean glass and solar control glass help to reduce excess heat build-up, as well as offering reduced maintenance routines.

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Bespoke Designs & Styles

High-end, bespoke luxury timber framed extensions designed to your exact specifications, built to exceed your expectations in terms of visual apperance & design quality.

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Timeless design designed to capture the true elegance of an wood extension made from the finest hand picked hardwoods.

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We can assist you with planning permission / guidance and general assistance. Planning permission is an important aspect for property extensions.



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Orangerie were buildings frequently found / located in prestige residences throughout the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries. This type of structure was designed to be similar to a greenhouse (glass room) to allow maximum light and warmth into a property which typically grew citrus trees, orange trees & other produce. This type of structure frequently contained complex architecture for looks and for glass panels to be mounted to in an arrangement that allowed for maximum light to enter.

The Orangery originally came from the Renaissance gardens in Italy at the time when manufacturing for glass was sufficient to produce the glass sizes required for the roofing systems. The Dutch led the way in developing larger and larger panes of window glass. Dutch manuals showed solid roofs that were beamed or vaulted and were easier to manufacture using the heat from a stove rather than using open fires and blue flames. They eventually became a symbol of wealth and were expensive to manufacutre & buy which led to the installations being in more affluent areas of the UK and other areas in europe.

Learn more about The History of Orangeries

An orangery is an extension that is the equivalent of an atrium-style conservatory, featuring a brick base and a roof composed of a centralised roof lantern with a flat roof perimeter.

The main differences between an orangery and a wooden conservatory are the base and the roof. Orangery designs typically feature a brickwork base and flat roof with a centralised roof lantern, while conservatories typically have a centralised pitched roof and a frame construction that goes from the ground directly up to the pitched roof edge with no perimeter.

When it comes to determining orangery cost, prices can range anywhere from £8,000 through to in excess of £100,000, depending on the size, style, design and features. Typically, average to large property extensions will cost upwards of £20,000.

Our orangeries are mainly constructed with a timber, oak or pine framework, and a brick or stone base and pillars with a corbel gutter. Roof lanterns are typically timber framed with aluminium capping. We do not use UPVC/PVC for any of our products, and bifold doors are typically made from either timber or oak hardwood.

There are lots of different terms used for the same or similar structures including hothouses, greenhouses, winter gardens, summer rooms/summerhouse.

At Orangeries UK, we design orangeries in Sapele, Idigbo and Oak hardwoods. These materials are naturally durable and are factory-finished with purpose-made paints and stains to protect them from the elements. The different species we use each have their own grain and colour characteristics, and we can tailor the finish to suit each individual installation. Some woods are better suited to specific types of finish; for opaque-painted colours and darker translucent stained colours for example, we use Sapele timber as standard as this species has a dense, close grain and is naturally strong and durable. For lighter stained colours we recommend Idigbo, which has a lighter, more yellow colour and a slightly more open grain than Sapele. For that really special touch or a rustic look, why not choose European Oak? We recommend that Oak is stained in one of our lightest stain colours as this lets the natural beauty of the timber through.
We offer a range of flooring types including real hardwood flooring, wood and stone effect flooring, mosaic, metallic and pebble effect vinyl tiles and more.
There are a number of benefits of having an orangery installed. Many people choose to extend their property with a conservatory to create extra living space, and orangeries are frequently used to extend key functional areas of the home such as the kitchen. Conservatories are more popular for smaller properties, whilst orangery structures tend to extend a property much further.
Most of the time people choose to extend their property with a conservatory just for extra living space, however, Orangeries are frequently used to extend key areas of a home such as a living room or kitchen. Conservatories are more popular for smaller properties, whilst structures tend to extend a property much further.
Your property will require additional planning permission before any further extensions can be made to ensure that specific guidelines are met. Adding any extension to your home is considered to be "permitted development" which generally does not need an application for planning permission unless it falls outside of set planning guidelines. You can read more about planning permission here: https://www.planningportal.gov.uk/permission/commonprojects/conservatories/Other planning permission information can be found at https://www.planningportal.co.uk/info/200130/common_projects/10/conservatories


"Our customers always have their expectations exceeded"

It's not just our products that are of high quality, it's our service too. We have a team of highly skilled specialists & architects which can help you every step of the way from quotations through to design considerations, style choices, through to product delivery, installation and aftercare. We pride ourselves on quality and efficiency to ensure you have a pleasant experience every step of the way.

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Why choose Us?

Our company can design and manufacture stunning, luxury hardwood extensions for both residential and commercial properties. Our Orangeries and Conservatories are unique from the quality of the wood through to the level of detail and design, expert craftsmenship and more. We make products that last, each structure is guaranteed for no less than 5 years and has undergone advanced wood treatment to reduce maintenance and improve longevity. Our products are eco-friendly and made using responsibly sourced woods. Our paint is premium farrow & ball and comes in a wide variety of colours (we can also provide products in Primer or stained in Idigbo, Iroko and Sapele).

We manufacture and supply our structures to the entire UK with fast delivery & installation services. If you are looking for a premium joinery with short lead times, a wide array of bespoke hardwood products and excellent aftersales look no further.

If you are looking for a home extension then always buy new! As one of the UK's leading hardwoord extension Suppliers we have helped thousands of homeowners across the country expand their living space, increase property value & benefit all round from stunning hardwood structures.

We are a part of the Country Hardwood Group. We also manufacture Roof Lantern Skylights, Timber Windows and Bifold Doors.


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