As their name implies, orangeries were used to cultivate oranges and lemons originally. Today in modern times, these are used as an extension but with the light of a conservatory.
The modern structure is now mostly used as a living space. It also can be used as a sunroom, that can be used all year round. Here, at Eliments based in York, we have a wide range of orangeries specially designed to fit in with both your home and your budget…We also cover Harrogate, Selby and many other areas of North Yorkshire.
It has plastered walls inside, with optional down lights around the ceiling, but still keeps the traditional appearance from the outside. This makes an aesthetically pleasing addition to most properties.
The pavilion can be constructed in either an Edwardian or Victorian shape.
The Knavemire is for those who want the outside to look as grand as the inside. It has the same attributes as the Pavilion, but with the extra feature of a stylish grand guttering system on the outside, to make the whole look distinctly different from a traditional conservatory.
The Knavesmire can also be constructed in either an Edwardian or Victorian style.
It uses a steel portal frame to bear the weight of the roof, thus allowing smaller brick pillars and larger windows. Also, the roof sits on top of the walls, allowing for a smaller plastered ceiling and a larger roof. Therefore, more natural light enters the structure, especially with smaller constructions.
The Melrose also benefits from a decorative GRP cornice fascia around the perimeter of the roof, giving it a truly grand feel.
The Melrose is restricted to the Edwardian shape.
This style is for the most part a masonry-built building, where the brickwork goes past the roof, giving it the appearance of a brick extension. However, hidden inside the roof construction is a large glass area to let the light flood in.
The Ebor can be built with a wide choice of different coping stones for around the top of the external brick work. Different styles of brick patterns can also be built in, and around, the construction to make it suit any type of home.
The Ebor is restricted to the Edwardian shape.
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Why not contact us if you require further information on our orangeries in York, Harrogate or Selby. At Eliments we cover all areas of North Yorkshire.
Whether you need an office outside, or a building for recreational use, a garden room is the answer. With a garden room, or lodge, you can enjoy the all year round benefits of work or play in a fully insulated building, which has excellent insulation values.
Our buildings are usually bespoke, to ensure they blend with their surroundings. A garden room can even be of a cutting-edge modern style, which would make you proud to welcome any customer into, if it’s being used as an office.
One of our clients was looking to change the current extension on their home. The extension consisted of a flat roofed structure. Much to the client's dismay, the room had soon become not the relaxing space they had envisaged, and was more of a dull lifeless room.
After one of our expert designers visited their home, the customer expressed their desire to allow as much natural light as possible into the space, without having to lose wall space they had really wanted. After looking at the customer requirements, our design team had the idea to create a roof light, to allow all the sunlight to pour into the room.
Overall, this addition of a glass roof has added an immense amount of natural light and striking contemporary beauty to the extension.
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