The top benefits of a uPVC or timber orangery

“I’ve got an orangery”. Even saying that out loud sounds so luxurious, doesn’t it?!

The rising cost of house prices is encouraging more homeowners to go down an alternative route – extending their house (and giving a sense of openness) with an orangery.

So, what are the benefits of an orangery?

The outside view of an Accoya wood orangery

Here at Reddish Joinery, we offer two luxurious alternatives to conservatories – a timber orangery, and a uPVC orangery; each one boasting an extended space to use however suits you best. From a fully functional home gym or even a play area for the children to have some time away from their home schooling, our Reddish Joinery orangeries are bright and comfortable, leaving you with the perfect place to work, rest, or play.

What are the benefits of a timber orangery?

We’re all starting to watch our electricity bills, so investing in anything which will save us money is at the top of our priorities. With thanks to their energy-saving design, our timber orangeries do exactly that – save you money!

Timber orangery

Typically speaking orangeries tend to heat better than conservatories as the extra brick used in the construction of an orangery in the base and corner pillars helps to increase the overall thermal insulation of the structure. This helps to reduce your energy consumption, saving you money on your heating bills.

What are the benefits of a uPVC orangery?

As standard, all our uPVC orangeries are supplied with exceptional low-maintenance double-glazing and requires very little attention to be kept in perfect condition.

Bespoke orangeries from Reddish Joinery

Here at Reddish Joinery, we work closely with our customers to design and build custom orangeries.  From our uPVC orangeries which can be coloured in any RAL shade, to our timber orangeries which come in a wide range of colour options, we’ll design your custom orangery to suit your style.

Are you interested in an orangery? Get in touch with Reddish Joinery today. We are available to call on 0161 969 7474 or you can contact us online.

Read our related blogs:

Conservatories vs Orangeries: which is better for extending my home?

How long does it take to build an orangery?

8 reasons why every Cheshire home should invest in an orangery

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