Orangeries have been around since the 17th Century and conservatories were developed as a by-product. Primarily a glass structure, conservatories are designed to let in as much natural light as possible. As conservatories typically consist of more glass, it is common for them to be marginally warmer than orangeries on a lovely sunny day. Both conservatories and orangeries can add value to your home, which can be a great appeal to many people, as well as obviously enjoying time in what will become the favourite room of the home.
Here at Celestial Windows, we manufacture and install a wide range of styles and designs of conservatories and orangeries for varying styles of home in Middlesbrough and across the North East.
If you are looking to enhance your home, make the most of the outside with all the comforts of inside or add an additional space to kick back and relax in, we’re a perfect choice! We are more than confident that whichever style of conservatory or orangery you go for will enhance your lifestyle and add something special to your home!
Edwardian conservatories are incredibly popular due to their practicality and elegant rectangular or square design. The high roof style allows plenty of natural lighting to flood into the room making this design a favourite in both the summer and winter months. Normally square or rectangular available in a variety of sizes and finishes to complement your home.
The ‘P’ Victorian-style allows flexibility in styling and a classic presence whilst adding not only desired additional space to your home but a touch of class and value as well.
Lean-to conservatories are usually an elegant glass square or rectangular design, with a classic pitched roof system. They are the ultimate design for smaller spaces and perfect for bringing your garden and the outside world into your home or where a little additional space is needed.
The Victorian is the most desirable option available, with ornate cresting, sharp-angled roofing and a rich highly valued design. The Victorian design is just right for anyone seeking additional spacing in their home in a classic and elegant style.
These attractive living spaces offer that little bit more to your home. Similar to a conservatory, an Orangery gives the additional benefits of space and light – however, there is a difference in its construction. Rather than using PVCu frames as walls, Orangery walls are brick built – with a PVCu roof structure.
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