Orangeries West Wales
Orangeries are a popular choice for extending homes as they bridge the gap between a conservatory and a full extension. We design and build orangeries in West Wales that are custom made for your property. Our professional design team will work with you throughout the design and planning process to ensure that your vision becomes a reality. From initial conception through to completion, you can rely on us to provide skilled craftsmanship of the highest standards. To arrange a free quotation for orangeries in West Wales, get in touch to arrange a consultation.
What is the Difference Between a Conservatory and an Orangery?
Both conservatories and orangeries are constructed from glass and brickwork. However, orangeries generally have a partially solid roof, often with a glazed roof lantern.
Throughout history, orangeries were intended as rooms where people in cooler climates could grow citrus fruits. In modern times, the style of the orangery has grown in popularity. As a result, many people desire this type of home improvement over a traditional conservatory.
We design bespoke orangery extensions in West Wales to your unique design specification. Whether you desire a roof lantern, integration of bi-folding doors or any other bespoke design choices, our team are here to ensure your ideas come to life.
The beauty of orangery extensions is that they provide a suitable space to use all year round and can be built as a seamless extension to your home. Furthermore, the extra space coupled with stylish design can add value to your home.
Our experienced team have many years’ experience in designing and constructing orangeries throughout West Wales. So, if you are thinking about the addition of an orangery extension for your home, then get in touch to arrange a free no-obligation quotation.
Contact Preseli Home Improvements
If you require further information about our orangeries in West Wales or would like to arrange a home consultation, then get in touch with our expert team. We operate throughout the entire region. So, if you live in Cardigan, Carmarthen, Swansea, Llanelli, Aberystwyth, Pembroke, Haverfordwest or Brecon, speak to us today to see how we can help get your project off the ground.
Frequently Asked Questions
Orangeries tend to retain heat due to the solid components involved in their construction, like brick. However, there are ways to keep your orangery cool so you can enjoy it during summer. Putting up blinds, improving ventilation and installing air conditioning are all effective methods.
It depends on the materials used to build your orangery and upkeep. With good quality installation and maintenance, you can expect your orangery to last decades.
Orangeries tend to be more affordable than extensions. They provide a similar function, but orangeries are a comfortable middle-ground between extensions and conservatories. The materials used to build orangeries are more cost-effective and are usually smaller than full-scale extensions, so labour costs are cheaper. Orangeries also add re-sell value to a home.
In terms of planning permissions, orangeries are treated similarly to extensions and conservatories. They can be exempt from both building regulations and planning permissions, but only if they fall under certain criteria. For more information, contact us to speak to one of our team or your local authority.