What’s the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?
Not that much nowadays. Traditionally orangery’s were grand structures attached to the house to grow oranges and were only found on the largest of homes. They had more brickwork than a conservatory mostly because of their size but still plenty of glass to aid the growing process.
One of the oldest and most trusted orangery builders in Kent
The best way to think about it is an orangery sits between a fully-fledged brick built extension and a conservatory.
That’s why you need a man with nearly four decades of advice in orangeries and conservatories. Book a free visit and estimate from one of the oldest and most trusted orangery builders in Kent. We have built every type of orangery and conservatory imaginable. It’s a big investment so it pays to get the best advice and when that advice is free it’s an even better offer.
Martin the founder is the man you will see. He has a big orangery himself and will happily show you pictures of our past work to give you some ideas as well as brochures from the trusted manufacturers we use. Everything is custom made to your exact specification and managed by Martin himself from the design and estimate through to completion.
When we leave you will have an amazing orangery built just how you wanted it. You will not have overpaid for it and you will be comforted by the best insurance backed guarantee as well as a support telephone number for any questions help and advice moving forward.
There are so many variations but much will depend of the style of your house. We can give you several options to choose from at our initial visit.
That’s up to you we have great options on both and much depends on how much glass you have in the walls.
Yes we do. We take care of everything and can even decorate it for you after it’s finished if you like.
Absolutely. We know that sometimes you end up paying more than the estimate, that why we give you an absolute cost and a detailed quotation
If you have more questions (and I am sure you have) ask Martin when he visits you. He is a wealth of knowledge on everything orangery.