Key Product Features
Using a different style to traditional conservatories, our orangeries provide a classic and contemporary style to properties. With modern roots in 17th century Holland, our orangery designs are built to flood adjacent rooms with light while adding a grand appearance.
Featuring a higher interior height than traditional conservatories and extensions, our orangery extensions are typically built with less glass and supports available for customisation. These rooms can feel bright and spacious using glazed sides and fewer window bars.
Due to the nature of their design, our orangeries include plenty of customisable options for installation. Choose from wooden or brick supports and pillars to add privacy and height to your orangery.
Implement window and door types for added security and glazing options. Alternatively, upgrade our orangeries to include structural goal posts, insulated columns, decorative cornices and glazing designs for the perfect orangery for your home. To see completed orangery extensions, view our product gallery.
Our high-performance glass lets you get the most out of your orangery. High performance glass is specifically designed to suit the orientation of your home. For example, north and east facing homes are usually chillier due to their lack of sunlight, whereas south and west facing homes can sometimes overheat at they have too much sunlight.
Once you have specified what type of glass your new orangery needs in conjunction with the direction of your home, you can expect excellent thermal performance and energy efficiency all year round.VISIT OUR GALLERY
Modern Orangery Designs
KJM orangeries, like conservatory styles, are both traditional and contemporary, falling somewhere between conservatory and traditional extension styles. With their brick pillars, orangeries offer more privacy than conservatory styles and the interior height provides a breath-taking focal point through which light floods in to your home.
The orangery has its modern roots in 17th century Holland, when relations between the Dutch and the British were good. The concept, though, may be much older. There are records of buildings similar to orangeries in 14th-century France, and the Romans had built glorified greenhouses many years before that.
Today’s orangeries, like conservatory styles, are generally buildings with glazed sides and brick or wood supports. Orangeries use less glass than modern conservatory styles and can look stunning with the addition of sliding sash windows. For more information or to start your project, request a quote today!START YOUR QUOTE
Orangery Prices Andover & Hampshire
To find the standard price of our orangeries, use our quote engine today. Build the orangery of your property dreams by customising our standard design. With various colours, windows, doors and configurations available, we can find the orangery you are looking for in the Andover and Hampshire areas.
Upgrade our orangeries by including additional properties such as insulated columns, decorative cornices and underfloor heating to meet room specifications and design needs. To get a bespoke quote, use our contact form, and we will respond as soon as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do orangeries and conservatories differ?
While conservatories provide high light and warmth to a room, orangeries are the perfect middle ground for conservatories and extensions. Combining brick or wooden pillars with glazed windows, you can create cohesion with your existing property compared to the large window based conservatory designs.
Can Ultrasky designs be installed onto orangeries?
One of the upgrades we include on our orangeries is Ultraframe’s Ultrasky designs. Used to add warmth and light into the room, we offer these as upgrades. Known as the market’s strongest roof, you can use the Ultrasky to change the appearance of your orangery.
What are structural goal posts on orangeries?
Structural goal posts can be used on our orangery extensions to add support and take pressure off the room’s structure. By using vertical and horizontal bars, these posts can minimise sightlines while relieving pressure from the doors and frames of the orangery.
Is underfloor heating available for installation with orangeries?
Yes! Similarly to the Ultrasky, we offer underfloor heating and super insulated columns as upgrades to our orangeries. Opt for aluminium cladding and flat or fluted designs to add additional thermal insulation with these additions and deliver U-values of 0.16 W/m2K to your property.
Where can I get orangeries installed?
Our orangeries can be installed with or without planning permission, area dependent, to the Andover and Hampshire areas. Priding ourselves on excellent installation services, we provide installation to surrounding areas such as Berkshire, Dorset, Surrey and Wiltshire. To find out more about our service areas, visit our about section.
What windows and doors can be installed onto orangeries?
To create the orangery best suited to the installation location, you can customise the doors and windows you use to optimise accessibility and security. Choose from bi-fold or patio doors for entrances, or use tilt and turn or casement windows for increased air flow. Our orangeries can be tailored to suit a majority of projects.