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The Differences Between an Orangery and a Conservatory

Having a home extension built in your home is the easiest way to create more living space in your property and at the same time increase its value.  While there are a lot of home extension options to choose from, conservatories and orangeries are just two of the highly popular extension types that homeowners are interested in having.  So which one of these two would best fit your home’s budgets and needs?

 

To help you find out which home extension project would be perfect for your home, we here at FittedKitchensInfo.co.uk have written and the basic differences and orangery and a conservatory.  Read in here are notes of its structural differences, construction period, availability, price, and possible functions as a new living space in your home. 

 

Orangeries

 

 

Are you planning to have an old home extension project that is robust and can act as a permanent feature in your home?  A good suggestion would be to have an orangery.

 

In terms of its structure, orangeries have more bricks from the base, to the roof, and extend to the walls of the home.  It also has more columns, pillars, and details and which makes it a stronger structure.  When it comes to the roof, you have a choice whether to have a transparent or opaque roof which is usually flat.

 

As an additional space in your home, you can use it as a new dining room or a new kitchen.  It offers more privacy because of its bricked walls and offers better insulation than conservatories.  Despite the many benefits it gives, orangeries do come at a price.  This home extension is often more expensive than conservatories because entails a lot more work and professionals are needed to have it built.  Apart from that you have to acquire the building materials and planning permission if needed.  Because of this, they require more time to be completed.

 

Conservatories

 

 

If you’re planning to have a conservatory as a sun room, lounging area, or even a playroom for your kids, then this is the perfect home extension to build.  A typical look for conservatory would have a transparent roof which is fully glazed an 80% of it is glass.  Apart from that, it has double glazed windows which help improve energy efficiency and insulation inside a conservatory.

 

A conservatory can be done in a few days by professionals or by yourself through DIY conservatory kits.  They are a lot more affordable when compared to orangeries end can be completed in a span of 2-3 days.

 

Unlike orangeries, conservatories are detached from the main property and the two structures are often separated by a door.  Because of its transparent windows and four walls, you’re able to enjoy it as the scenery in your garden and still have privacy through the installation of curtains or blinds.

 

Now that you know the basic differences between orangery and a conservatory, it should be easier for you to find out which home extension and would be best for your home.

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