Adding an extra room to your home not only makes sense if you have a large family but can add thousands to the existing value too, increasing property values in a volatile market whilst giving you the additional living area you need.
One of the great things about the housing industry is that times change and with that along come new ideas and concepts. Conservatories were once viewed as a luxury addition to a home but have become slightly dated as the years have passed. The addition of a sun room onto your home is now in the form of an Orangery and boy are they built to impress!
The classic style orangery originated during the Renaissance, in the 15th and 16th century, Italian nobility used Roman inspired architecture to grow citrus trees. Hence it was given the name ‘orangery’.
Quickslide Orangeries can offer complete climate control, alongside solar control coated glass which prevents the build up of heat in the summer months making for a great family room. With higher brick pillars an orangerie offers more privacy and less glass than a conservatory making the whole addition more in keeping with an extention.
With styles ranging from Georgian and Victorian to Modern and Gable there really is something to complement every style of home and the fabulous lantern roof floods the room with light. The roofing system of Quickslide orangeries is made from insulated composite external panels and Kingspan slab insulation, making it not only robust but also very thermal efficient.
For convenience the orangeries are pre-fabricated, which means they do not require any onsite cutting, reducing waste and disruption time.
With families staying in one home for longer than ever before more and more people are choosing to invest in an extension for additional space, this is simply a fabulous way to add stylish yet practical floor space to your home.
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