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Orangeries are an elegant point to the past with elegant 18th to 20th century housing complexes often featuring orangeries or extensions. Fast forward to the present and orangeries are still as stylistic and prominent as ever and this is reflected by the huge surge in popularity of these additions to homes. When planning and designing your dream orangery, there are a variety of things that you will want to consider when you are choosing which orangery or design that you wish to execute. In this article, we will discuss the key differences between a conservatory and an orangery as well as the steps that you should take when thinking about purchasing and installing a new orangery for your home. If you are considering on planning an Orangery in Cardiff or if you you are considering an Orangery extension in Cardiff then ensure that you contact Capital UPVC today or call our team now on: 029 2047 2700
Not to be confused with house extensions, there are subtle differences between orangeries and a conservatories. A home extension is a way of extending the size of a current room by building outwards. Extensions come in many different forms and these extensions can even be multi story. These traditionally conform to the aesthetic of your house by matching the brick, stonework and glazing of your current home. Conservatories consist of glass and a frame which includes the roofing area. This area tends to be constructed on the side of your home instead of being an extension of your current house. This conservatory area tends to have an outside door which allows you to go outside. In modern times, conservatories have adapted to consist of brick, glass and a lightweight roof. This allows you to enjoy your conservatory all year round. Orangeries are similar in this regard but a lot more work goes into the brickwork. This offers an extension at a reduced cost by using an array of materials such as a frame, doors, windows, brick and a specific choice of roof. This means that an orangery can be used all year round as well as have additional features such as electrics installed.
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