5 reasons you need an orangery
Orangeries are a structural part of your house
Do you need the space of an extension but lust after the light and airy feel of a conservatory? Well, orangeries are the answer. They blend seamlessly with the existing structure of your house – with brickwork, plaster on the inside and proper tiles on the outside with a lantern roof that lets the light in.
You’ll have a versatile room that’s flooded with light
As orangeries are structural, it’s a fully insulated room that can be used year round. Whatever you need the extra space for – playroom, dining room, study or yoga studio – an orangery fits the bill. An should you need to block out the light, you can install beautiful blinds and shutters too.
With the right structure they’re incredibly energy efficient
It’s a myth that orangeries are cold and damp – in fact, many people find that their house is warmer in winter and cooler in summer once they’ve had on installed. This is because the right modern glass and frames are very well insulated.
You have extra space and might not need planning permission
You may not need to apply for planning permission if your orangery fits certain criteria for example:
It’s not more than 4 metres high
Does not cover more than 50% of the finished area of the house
For more information please visit: https://www.planningportal.co.
Increased value of your home
There can be no doubt that an orangery is a practical asset to the house – but it can also add value to your home, should you wish to sell in the future. Orangeries are very desirable to most home buyers.
Here at Brow Windows, we’re experts at planning and building orangeries. We take care of everything, from working with architects, structural engineers to the brick work and glazing. For more details please visit our website https://www.browwindows.co.uk/