what is an orangery?
During the 17th-19th century in Europe, the upper class used orangeries to grow fruit without it being damaged by the external weather. Predominantly a rectangular base to maximise the area, orangeries normally have brick supports and a flat roof with a glass lantern to allow light into the room.
We have a range of glazing options for you to choose from which will create a bright and airy space with the large span roof. We ensure that our windows and doors are of the highest thermal efficiency so your home stays warm in the winter and cool in the summer.
Our Orangeries are engineered to be structurally sound whatever material you choose to have them built from, PVC-U or timber.
Your project will be designed by our in-house design team with CAD drawings, and you will have to agree before any building work comences.
Ultrasky lantern roof
- Will complement any properties style; traditional to modern.
- Easy installation on new-build extensions, traditional orangeries or existing flat roofs.
- Has thermally efficient glazing; reduces heat loss and intrusive noise.
- Additonal roof vent - available in selected sizes with manual or automatic openers, or an automatic opener with rain and temperature control.
- Available in white PVC window frames or aluminium, available in white, anthrasite grey or satin black as standard.
- Impressive interior height and pillars or columns.
- Finished with a 'pelmet' around the perimeter - ideal for discreet lighting or speakers.