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.
Orangery Roofs & Types To Choose From
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?