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?

How much does an orangery cost?

When built with high-quality materials, like double-glazed glass and hardwood, a conservatory or orangery extension is a worthwhile investment for your home and can see a good return on your investment, as well as provide a pleasant living space whilst you occupy the property.

While many people see the attraction of investing in an orangery, they can be deterred when investigating the price.

In addition, sometimes people opt for lower quality conservatories in a bid to save on the cost of a conservatory, by choosing cheap UPVC material. However, extensions made from lower quality materials don’t always have a positive effect on the value of the property.

Therefore, we’ve put together a guide on the cost of a conservatory or orangery so that you know what to expect when investing in an orangery. After all, it is much better to pay for a good quality orangery that will improve your property, rather than grab a bargain conservatory that will neither last a century or help sell your property if, or when, you decide to move.

How much does an orangery cost?

The total cost of an orangery or conservatory depends on the size of the extension and, of course, the materials used.

While UPVC conservatories tend to be cheaper, they are not always beneficial in terms of adding value to your property.

At Orangeries UK, we manufacture our orangeries and conservatories in either UPVC, oak or timber hardwood. Oak is generally the more expensive choice when it comes to the wood materials we offer.

Some people only want oak wood, due to the overall style of their house or simply that they love the look of oak. Others are happy with one of our high-quality timbers.

While UPVC tends to be a cheaper material, we ensure our UPVC conservatories and orangeries are supplied to the highest possible standard.

Guide prices to the orangeries from Orangeries UK

Our prices for small hardwood Orangeries (supply only) start at: £5000-£6000.

Our prices for medium-sized hardwood Orangeries (supply only) start at: £12,000.

Our prices for large hardwood Orangeries (supply only) start at: £18,000.

Are conservatories cheaper than orangeries?

Although there areslight differences between the orangery and conservatory structures, they share a very similar cost. Like orangeries, the cost of a conservatory tends to be centred around the desired size.

A small conservatory generally starts at £5000, while mid-range conservatories cost £12000. High end conservatories can cost around £25 000.

A conservatory tends to have more glass and an orangery more brickwork, however, the general cost is fairly similar. You can, of course, opt for UPVC options to make the cost lower.

The average cost of an orangery (taking into consideration both UPVC and wood) is £19,000, while the average price of a conservatory is about the same at £18,000 to £20,000.

Conservatories and Orangeries from Orangeries UK

At Orangeries UK, we price our orangeries and conservatories based on style, material and size. Browse conservatory prices on our website, or find out how much an orangery costs here.