Here I take you inside a new orangery installation in glenfield leicester, this orangery features a set of aluminum bifold doors (3 sections) I have have also added 2 roof lanterns, this complemented the l shape design as well as maximising the light in both the dining room and kitchen This orangery gives the best of both worlds, ie its a hybrid conservatory / extension . The project required full building regulations approval. For more information on an orangery call James on 07702588575 or the office on 01162870097
Project of the Month – Affordable Home Improvements
In this post we will be showcasing a recent Orangery & landscaping project undertaken by the team at affordable home improvements, located in the village of Rothwell near Kettering.
As you can see from the before photograph the property already featured a conservatory, It was important for me to establish why a second conservatory was required and how we could improve on the design and functionality.
Based on the need for dining room the design we agreed on is known as orangery, this design a mix between a conservatory and a traditional extension.
Lets look at some of the orangery features
- Brick pillars
- Platformed ceilings
- lantern roof
The following images show a closer look at the internal structure and common features of the orangery
Below are a few highlights along with a bit of customer banter
This video was taken by the landscaper who walks you around the different areas that where paved as part of the project, pretty impressive stuff as you can see from the amount of trees that are growing out of the new indian stone.
Here are a few highlights from a recent orangery project by Affordable home improvements, located in the leicester area. This design demonstrates perfectly how beautifully a new addition can blend in with the existing property as if it was always there.