Choosing an orangery extension will bring a touch of luxury to your home. It’s a versatile space that can be used as a lounge, dining room, or even a garden room, making it an ideal choice for any homeowner.

What is cheaper orangery or extension?

Unlike conservatories, orangeries tend to fall under the guidelines for permitted development rights, meaning you can often avoid the stress of planning permission. However, this doesn’t mean you won’t have to consult your local authority, particularly if you live in a conservation area or with a listed building.

An orangery is the perfect way to create an open plan kitchen and living space that allows everyone in the family to cook, relax, and connect with the garden. This style of living is popular amongst homeowners, and it’s an opportunity to enjoy your surroundings no matter the weather.

A glazed roof will allow the light to flood into your new space, making it feel like an extension of your existing property. An internal pelmet will also help your new orangery feel more like a lounge, giving you the option to add speakers and lighting if required. Adding bifold doors will make it easy to connect your new space with the outdoors. You can choose to leave them wide open for a stunning garden view or close them to provide privacy.

You can choose your orangery’s frame material from timber, modern and energy-efficient aluminium, or low maintenance uPVC. Your Ultra Installer will be able to guide you towards the right one for your project.