While many people see the attraction of investing in an orangery, they can be deterred when investigating the price. But, how much does and orangery cost?..
Read more about How much does an orangery cost? Posted: January 2018
While many people are attracted to the idea of having an orangery or conservatory extension on their home for added space and to increase their property’s value..
Read more about Energy-saving orangery design plans Posted: April 2017
If you’ve been thinking about investing in an orangery for a while now, then why not make this Easter the time to go for it and have your own luxury orangery installed in your home?
Read more about Opt for an Orangery from Orangeries UK this Easter Posted: March 2017
It's December and Christmas is on the horizon. Therefore, we want to wish all our customers a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year here at Orangeries UK!
Read more about Merry Christmas from Orangeries UK Posted: December 2016
If you take an interest in property and home improvement, you’ll know, for sure, that investing in an orangery for your property can vastly increase its value and improve both the interior and exterior of your home.
Read more about Invest in an Orangery for your home this Christmas Posted: December 2016
Orangeries were originally used for growing plants and citrus fruits thus the name "orangery". Learn more about keeping plants within your orangery.
Read more about Keeping Plants in your Orangery Posted: September 2016
Oak is a premium, luxury hardwood with fantastic properties including a beautiful aesthetic appearance and durability. The main reason people choose timber over oak is price, but why should you consider oak otherwise?
Read more about Why Choose Oak Posted: March 2016
At Orangeries UK, our orangeries and conservatories can be built as either an adult or family room. Family conservatories are becoming popular additions to both modern and traditional properties.
Read more about a Family Room Conservatory Posted: March 2016
In a world where many people opt to work from home, due to family commitments or the increase of online working, home office conservatories are becoming a more popular choice.
Read more about a Home Office Conservatory Posted: March 2016
Have you decided not to go on holiday this Easter? Perhaps you have decided to do lots of outdoor adventures with the children, right on your doorstep, instead of jetting off this year?
Read more about a Spend Easter In Your Own Luxury Orangery Posted: March 2016
Use your conservatory as an entertainment room, some ideas for creating a place of comfort from a cinema style theme to a room for relaxation.
Read more about a Entertaining Room Conservatory Posted: December 2015
Some people decide that their lounge conservatory will be a kids-free zone in the house, while others like the space to be a family room where everyone can play games, have a chat and generally spend time together.......
Read more about a Lounge Conservatory Posted: November 2015
A kitchen conservatory is, ultimately, a conservatory extension that is primarily used as a kitchen. Of course, a kitchen conservatory can be designed any way you like. Although, many people choose to extend their kitchen with a conservatory......
Read more about Kitchen Conservatories Posted: October 2015
Many people are looking to improve their homes with an extension of some kind in order to add space, value and, of course, a luxury element to their property......
Read more about House Extension Ideas and Examples Posted: October 2015
At Orangeries UK, we offer a number of different home extensions. Whether you opt for a conservatory, orangery or garden room, you’ll be sure to get a high-quality home extension that will undoubtedly refresh and enhance your property.......
Read more about The Advantages of a Home Extension Posted: October 2015
Many people are looking for a modern conservatory extension as an addition to their home. As well as adding extra space, a modern conservatory provides the ultimate in luxurious living......
Read more about Features of a Modern Conservatory Posted: October 2015
Orangeries date back to seventeenth century Britain, when they were primarily used by wealthy landowners to house orange and other citrus trees in the winter to protect them from weathering elements.
Read more about The History of Orangeries Posted: September 2015
When you are having an orangery or conservatory built, in the first stages, you are probably more focused on its structure and position, rather than the interior design. When it comes to the final stages though, you’re probably fed up of the building work and simply want it finished.
Read more about Choosing the Flooring for your Orangery Posted: September 2015
Okay, so we’re going for the hard sell, but that’s mainly because we’re confident in our ability to provide high-quality, superior orangeries and conservatories. Here’s why....
Read more about 10 Reasons Why You Should Choose Orangeries UK Posted: September 2015
At Orangeries UK, our conservatories offer excellent thermal efficiency. That said, conservatories are made of glass and therefore, although there are ways in which you can keep your conservatory cool in warmer months and warmer in winter months.....
Read more about What not to keep in Your Conservatory Posted: September 2015
A public house can be a great place to socialise with families and friends, hold informal business meetings and purchase an affordable meal. Pubs also serve host to a variety of special events and occasions.....
Read more about The Benefits of a Pub Conservatory Posted: September 2015
The Orangery at Versailles is undoubtedly one of Europe's largest orangeries. It was designed by French architect Jules Hardouin-Mansart for 3000 orange trees at Versaille that were owned by Louis XIV. Louis XIV was known as Louis the Great....
Read more about The Largest Orangery in Europe Posted: September 2015
If you are wondering which material to choose for your Conservatory then it is good to know the advantages and disadvantages. Here we look at Pine based conservatories.
Read more about Advantages and Disadvantages of Pine Conservatories Posted: July 1st 2015
Orangeries act like Greenhouses, trapping heat which can cause temperatures to rise beyond a comfortable level. Here we look at options for cooling an Orangery / Conservatory in hot weather.
Read more about Tips for Cooling your Orangery Posted: June 30th 2015
Garden rooms are of growing popularity thanks to their versatile use, from external living space to personal gyms, from garden offices to extended storage. Here are some ideas on how you could use a garden room.
Read more about Ideas on how to use your Garden Room Posted: June 29th 2015
Here we take a look at some of the most popular methods for heating an Orangery from electric heaters to underfloor heating. Towards the cooler month's an Orangery can remain a tranquil place providing the temperature is maintained.
Read more about How to heat your Orangery Posted: June 24th 2015
Under new regulations that came into effect from 1 October 2008 adding a conservatory to your home is considered to be permitted development. The Planning Portal is an online resource for planning and building regulations. It is a great first port of call when considering building work in England and Wales.
Read more about Do you need planning permission for a Conservatory Posted: June 21st 2015
Orangeries have been regarded as special and fashionable architectural structures since they were designed in the 18th century.
Perhaps you’ve had an orangery extension to your home, or are looking to invest in an orangery or conservatory.
For inspiration (and a bit of fun!), let’s take a look at three of Britain’s famous orangeries.
When it comes to choosing a period conservatory, many of us know that we would like a classic conservatory with an elegant appearance, but aren’t always sure about the differences between the types of period conservatories available.
Here’s a rough guide about the differences between Victorian, Edwardian and Georgian period conservatories
Are you considering extending your home? would you like more living space? in such a situation most people opt for a UPVC conservatory, some opt for a wood conservatory. But which would you choose?.
A conservatory and orangery work in the same way (as additional space for a home) however both have different style aspects. A conservatory uses a pitched roof whilst an orangery will generally have a flat roof with a central roof lantern.
When choosing a Conservatory or Orangery, there are things to consider, but, what are the main differences between the 2 materials?. This article looks at the key differences between the materials used to manufacture a bespoke structure like an Orangery or Conservatory.
Both Wood and UPVC have pros and cons, but in general, which materials is going to be right for your choice? There are many variables to consider from price to maintenance routines. Aside from cost and maintenance, the other key thing is how each material looks, especially when it's being installed on a property which may have a theme / features which wood or UPVC have to fit in with / complement.
Ever wondered how a timber roof lantern is made? Well, it's a straight forward process when you have the right equipment and craftsmen. At the Country Hardwood joinery, we manufacture everything from Orangeries to Roof Lanterns, Bifold Doors to Hardwood Windows. Our machinery requires trained experts to program using advanced 3D modelling. Each piece of wood is cut using precision CNC machining techniques.
Posted: October 30th 2014
Practical Ideas for Home Extensions
If you extended your home, what would you use the extension for? what would you choose? an Orangery or Conservatory? how would you use the extra living space? Learn more about our recommended ideas for home extensions.
Orangeries are a wood and brick structure which was first created in the 17th century as a way of growing fruit, vegetables and flowers inside by encompassing a conservatory like structure with a roof lantern, allowing for maximum light and heat to enter, making growing conditions perfect all year round.
Energy efficiency is an important consideration for any external structure on a property / home. Making sure that your property retains heat is important, not only for wellbeing but also because of the rising cost of gas and electricity. What kind of things impact on a structures energy efficiency?
A Behind the scences view of Orangeries UK
Unlike many conservatory and orangery suppliers around the UK we actually manufacture all of our products in house. We manufacture and supply making us a specialist company in the field of home improvements and renovation. So who are we? well in this post we provide a sneak peak with a behind the scenes blog post.