Modern orangery designs aren’t fully glazed like traditional Edwardian and Victorian conservatories.
Instead they feature a glass skylight style roof, supported by insulated pillars.
When building a conservatory, an orangery extension is worth considering as an alternative, as it offers more space and privacy.
Click here to learn more about the differences between orangeries and glazed conservatories.
Orangery Sky Lanterns & Replacement Glazing for Orangery Roofing Systems
If you have an existing conservatory with a polycarbonate roof, made from corrugated plastic, you can reduce heat loss by installing a high grade glass conservatory roof.
The roofing materials used in the orangery style conservatory designs, such as skylights and roof lanterns, create a space you can use all year round.
An effective double or triple glazed roofing system is the most efficient way to heat a conservatory.
Glass roof panels and high A+ grade double glazed windows retain heat and make your orangery conversion much cheaper to heat.
Use Your Orangery All Year Round
Ultraframe Home Improvements specialise in conservatory glass roof insulation, by installing energy efficient glass in all of our orangery constructions.
Heating a conservatory in winter can be a daunting task, although you can opt to insulate your conservatory roof and glazing with expensive heaters, improving your window energy ratings are a long term solution for enjoying you conservatory roof conversion all year round.
With Ultraframe’s Ultrasky lantern you’ll feel the benefits of double glazing in your home and on your conservatory heating bills.
Design Your Dream Living Space Extension
Insulated Lighting Pelmets
When it comes to conservatory ceiling lighting, an insulated lighting pelmet can create a sense of extravagance and style in your bespoke orangery.
The thermally efficient, modern orangery should be stylish as well as functional. The insulated columns can be up to five times more effective than bricks.
With a range of colours available, loggia columns create low u-value spaces you can enjoy during warm summers and cold winters.
An external cornice can also be used with the roof lantern to hide unsightly guttering and gutter covers.
It’s a decorative piece of uPVC or aluminium which gives the orangery a more refined shape.
They are available in 3 tier sizes and a curved shape for more traditional orangery buildings.
Why Choose Ultraframe Home Improvements For Your New Orangery
Your Local Installers
As Lancashires leading double glazing and replacement conservatory roof installers, Ultraframe Home Improvements manufacture the components of our luxury orangery from our Clitheroe based factory.
We also have a full showroom with Ultraframe representatives who can show you full conservatory constuctions, individual conservatory parts and mechanisms and a selection of replacement window designs.
10 Year Guarantee
In the unlikely event anything does go wrong with your orangery, we have a dedicated aftercare team who can arrange repairs and order replacement orangery parts available.
Your Ultraframe guarantee covers you for 10 years on most elements of your orangery, including replacement glass roofing panels and replacement sealed units.
Ultraframe Trained Engineers
From survey through to aftercare, all of our conservatory technicians are trained on site by Ultraframe UK, giving you access to the highest quality installers, orangery builders and engineers.
Ultraframe Home Improvements are an approved Which? Trusted Trader, meaning that all of our home improvements projects adhere to a strict quality control policy.
More Information & Further Reading
To browse more orangery images and create an Ultraframe scrapbook click here.
Alternatively, use our virtual reality tool to browse orangery extensions.
Download a brochure from G.G.F for more information on glass and thermal efficiency.
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