Can you fit my existing brickwork into my orangery or extension?
It’s possible to use an existing conservatory base to build a new solid extension. The extent to which it can be implemented varies from site to site. For more information click here.
Won’t I need planning permission for a solid extension?
It really depends on the build itself. Whilst most conservatories don’t need planning permission, some solid orangeries may be subject to limitations. To learn more about planning permission, click here.
What materials are the solid roofs made from?
Our solid extensions are made from a plastered vaulted ceiling and Kingspan board insulation. They are the most thermally efficient orangeries on the market. To learn more click here.
What are my options for lighting in a solid orangery?
The interior lighting can run alongside the parameter of the ceiling. Called pelmet lighting, they are filled with mineral insulation. They do not affect the thermal performance of an orangery and offer a seamless aesthetic throughout your extension.
I want an orangery which doesn’t match the existing brickwork, what are they made from?
The grey coloured extensions and orangeries are made from aluminium. They cover the insulation and exterior structure. They’ve become increasingly popular within the last five years as they are particularly modern aesthetically. For more information on our loggia columns click here.