Orangery Extensions In Yorkshire

Adding an orangery to your home is the perfect way to add a touch of high-end luxury. Eliments’ orangery range features both contemporary and traditional designs. What is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory? This is probably one of our most common questions. With their thick pillars and perimeter flat roofs, orangeries offer more privacy than conservatory styles and the interior height provides a breath-taking focal point.

For the majority of the time (though not always) you don’t need planning permission to build a orangery, and Eliments can build a bespoke orangery for you at competitive prices. There are a number of different styles, shapes, colours and materials that orangeries are available in. Take a look at the types of luxury orangeries we design and build to see which one is right for you.

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Key Benefits of Orangeries

Unbeatable Prices Our orangery costs are a competitive and cheap alternative to adding an extension onto your home. Providing a large new room at great prices.

Versatile – From orangery kitchens to playrooms, dens and second living rooms, your bespoke orangery can be crafted for whatever use you need.

Increase the value of your home – Whether adding a large orangery to a house or a luxury orangery for a bungalow, this extra room can increase the value of your home by up to 10%.

The latest thermal performance – Our products are the most thermally efficient on the market, so you’ll be comfortable all year round.

Why Choose Eliments For Your Orangery Extension?

Expert Team – Your luxury orangery will be fitted by an experienced and professional team.

Quality orangeries tailored to you – We have a huge range of orangery styles to choose from and can make your orangery bespoke for you.

Finance options available – Our monthly payments help you spread the cost and enjoy your new conservatory as soon as possible.

Showroom open all week – Our showroom is open all week so why not come visit for a no-obligation chat?

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Orangery FAQs

What is an orangery?

An orangery use to be a sign of wealth and luxury in the 17th to 19th century, where orange and other fruit trees were protected during winter. Nowadays they haven’t changed too much and are basically a large form of conservatory with a perimeter flat roof and brick walls.

Do you need planning permission for an orangery?

You don’t need planning permission for an orangery if you build within permitted development rights. However, an orangery is considered the same as a single-story extensions and subject to the same guidelines and regulations as an extension, so you made need planning permission depending on the build.

What is the difference between a conservatory and an orangery?

It all comes down to the roof. A conservatory is a glass room with a brick base and a pitched glass roof, whereas an orangery is a brick structure with large windows and a flat roof with a glass lantern – in most cases.

How much does an orangery cost?

This price really does vary depending on the design and size of your orangery. We would recommend calling us for a no-obligation quote where we will be more than happy to provide information and answer your questions. For a rough estimate, you should budget approx. £2000-2500 per square meter for your orangery costs.

Can you use an orangery all year round?

As they aren’t fully made of windows and tend to have more solid walls and a roof, orangeries are perfect to use all year round and keep you warm and cosy in the winter as well as summer.

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