Orangeries UK’s joinery makes bespoke, made to measure Georgian Conservatories that are timeless. From beautiful high quality timbers stained / coloured the way you want to decorative curved glazing bars, enhanced pilasters and large cornices and corbelling. Our georgian conservatories can add an elegant touch to your property and are completely customisable, are energy efficient and come with Pilkington Activ self cleaning glass. Our georgian range starts from just £7995.
Our joinery makes all georgian conservatories from scratch. As such, there are lots of variables which affect the price / costs of a georgian conservatory. Prices start from £7995, costs will vary depending on size, roof / glazing options, styling and more. We give FREE QUOTATIONS, so if you would like ideas on prices then please get in contact with us or fill out our call back form on the right.
Orangeries UK supply georgian conservatory kits that can be installed by our team or can be self assembled. Our conservatories are designed for fast and easy installation thanks to an easy screw and fit system. Our kits come ready to assemble and include easy to follow instructions along with a fast clip together roof system. If you are a property developer, builder, architect or an individual and have a trade enquiry please get in contact with us today to see how we can supply kits for your projects.
We can also supply conservatory kits in bulk for various projects.
Below are just some of the colour options we offer, we offer a complete range of colours including a colour matching service.
If you are looking for a bespoke hardwood conservatory then look no further. We make all of our conservatories from scratch, which allows you to customise the shape, size, height, roof lantern options and much more.
Homes built during the Georgian period (1714-1830) are characterised by rows of large symmetrical single windows, often sliding sash windows in a “six-over-six” pane configuration. They often have large grand frontages with dormer windows, and front doors with pillared porches or sometimes with ornate curved windows above them. As the Georgian era covered a period of over 100 years, styles changed and developed within that time, so it is difficult to point to any one building and claim that it is the epitome of Georgian style, however Georgian buildings tend to be grand affairs with extra detailing touches, and the same can be said of Georgian conservatories.
A Georgian conservatory will often feature decorative elements such as curved glazing bars, enhanced pilasters, large cornices and corbelling and more. In the Georgian era it was not possible to make large sheets of clear, high quality glass, so windows made at this time featured smaller individual panes, glazed into windows with glazing bars – this is where the common “grid” glazing bar designs we see today come from. Conservatories of the day generally followed a square or rectangular shape, and often had a gabled front end, however the ornate and decorative style lends itself well to a number of more intricate designs such as “break-fronted” conservatories which have a gable taking up a portion of the roof, with the rest essentially being a “lean-to” design, with roof valleys joining the two together.
We can incorporate all of the details listed above and more. As well as these traditional design elements, all of our windows and doors are truly modern in terms of their features – they have multi-point high-security locking, thermally efficient double-glazing, fully adjustable hinges and a modern water-based microporous paint finish. All of our products come double-glazed as standard, with Low-E coatings and Argon gas filling for excellent thermal efficiency. We can also incorporate glass with modern coatings which reduce the need for cleaning the glass or filter out much of the UV light and heat from sunlight to make sure your conservatory is a comfortable space even in the summer.