With social distancing measures looking set to continue, it might be a while before you’re able to engage in some of your favourite public activities. However, adding a classic conservatory or orangery to your home will make staying at home that much easier. Far more than just a place to soak up the sun, today, either can be used for a whole host of purposes. From an extension of your kitchen to a stylish living, games room or home office, the choice is yours!

Conservatories

Conservatories are mainly constructed from glass, so they allow natural light to flow inside for bright, pleasant living environments. Here at Premier Windows, we use Planitherm Glass which has a special coating that actively reflects heat back inside the conservatory. As the frames of our conservatories are built from naturally-insulating uPVC too, they trap huge quantities of heat inside, which leads to a comfortable living environment.

White uPVC Edwardian conservatory with a glass roof

Those who want to maximise the flow of natural light should opt for a glass roof conservatory, but for an even better thermal performance, we recommend a tiled roof conservatory instead. If you already have a conservatory but you still need more space, we can extend your existing conservatory too.

Orangeries

A traditional orangery has significantly more brickwork than a conservatory, and at the top of these brickwork structures you’ll find a stunning lantern roof. Sitting around the perimeter of the lantern roof is a plastered pelmet ceiling, which can be fitted with speakers or recessed lighting. This serves to give the orangery a more homely feel, whilst allowing you to create your desired ambience.

Red brick orangery

Traditionally, conservatories and orangeries have significant differences. However, it’s now possible to combine design elements of both structures to create something that is truly bespoke.

Extension ideas

We’ve got some excellent extension ideas below to give you an idea of the possibilities you can achieve with conservatories and orangeries. However, if none are to your liking, more images are available in our gallery. Plus, you can get in touch with us to discuss any extension ideas of your own.

Large lean-to conservatory with Chartwell Green frames and glass roof

Sage Green lean to conservatoryThe understated design of a lean to conservatory is great for modern and traditional properties alike, whilst the Chartwell Green frames give this particular conservatory plenty of classic charm.

Tiled roof Edwardian conservatory with Oak frames

Oak effect Edwardian conservatory with a tiled Supalite roofThe oak frames and brown tiles really compliment one another whilst blending in with the property’s existing windows. The classic Edwardian style also provides lots of floor space and plenty of style to boot.

Large orangery with white uPVC bifold doors

Cream uPVC orangery installationThis large orangery adds plenty of style and space to this property, whilst the bifold doors serve to really open it up, creating the perfect transition between the inside and out.

Small orangery with French doors

uPVC OrangeryThis charming orangery makes a stunning addition to this traditional property, whilst the French doors on the front of it add to its already quaint charm.

P-shaped conservatory

uPVC P-Shaped conservatory with a glass roofP-shaped conservatories are a great option for anyone with enough space. This particular example combines a lean to and Edwardian conservatory together, creating a stylish and sizable living area.

For Aylesbury conservatories and orangeries and beyond, look no further than Premier Windows & Doors

Looking to give yourself a bit more room in your home? Although we’ve currently suspended trading temporarily, we’re still taking enquiries for conservatories and orangeries in Aylesbury, so give us a call today on 0800 854 353 or contact us online and book in some work for your home.