Orangeries have become a popular home improvement over the years, and rightly so. Initially used for harvesting fruit trees, nowadays a uPVC or timber orangery offers a wide range of benefits; from extending your home, to saving on your energy consumption, orangeries make a luxury addition to any home.
So that is some of the benefits covered, but what are the different shapes or sizes available for my new orangery?
What are the different shape options for my new orangery?
There are several different shape options available, including:
A rectangular orangery is one of the most popular shapes amongst our customers. Available with either a flat or a pitched roof, a rectangular orangery can offer a lot of internal floor space for their size and shape.
Property suitability: A rectangular orangery is perfectly suited to both contemporary or new build properties.
An L-shaped orangery provides the same space as a rectangular orangery, but an L-shaped orangery also has an extra, shorter rectangular space too – the perfect space to create a short corridor or hall from the extension to your property.
Property suitability: An L-shaped orangery is only suitable for some properties with enough outdoor space to use.
A hexagonal orangery is more traditional in nature and can create a stunning focal point to any home in the North West.
What are the different size options for my new orangery?
At Reddish Joinery we design each orangery individually to suit the exact specifications and design of your home. From a bungalow orangery in Woodley, Stockport to a detached orangery in Hazel Grove, Stockport, each design is specifically made bespoke to you and your requirements.
Bespoke beautiful orangeries for your North West home from Reddish Joinery
Timber and uPVC orangeries from Reddish Joinery are a luxurious addition to your family home in the South East. We use hardwood and uPVC frames which have excellent energy-efficient ratings along with argon-filled sealed units and low-e glass, making it the perfect material to reflect heat during the summer and absorb heat in the summer. Sounds perfect, right?
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