Orangery prices guide
Written by May 16, 2013 | Posted in: Orangeries| Published
Orangeries were typically used for cultivating plants which wouldn’t be able to survive in the European climates. However, since the 17th century they’ve become a lot more popular, especially in the UK and with a fantastic appeal are now used as extra living space for the home.
Orangeries are known for adding luxury to a property and are a step-up from the basic conservatory structure. There’s a lot more choice and styles are sophisticated whilst having a stunning appeal.
Below we show some estimated orangery prices for your home. The cost includes all materials and fitting, as well as the installation itself. You’ll see orangeries are more expensive than conservatories so a lot will come down to your budget and the effect you want to create.
The orangery prices quoted above are only estimates, which is why it’s important to compare up to four quotes to ensure of getting the best deal. Of course, you’re likely to be working on a budget so if you find an orangery to be too expensive then take a look at conservatories as a cheaper, alternatively viable way of creating more space.
Essentially, the orangery prices will be determined by a number of factors. The fixtures, fittings and size of the orangery will all have a huge effect. With a number of styles to choose between including Edwardian, Victorian and bespoke, you’ll be able to trim the price by changing certain aspects.
Facts & Figures You’ll Love To Share
- Extending your home with a conservatory or orangery will add thousands of pounds to the value of your property.
- An extension is preferred to moving home, because of the cost of estate agents fees, solicitor payments and stamp duty.
- With dozens of styles and designs you can set your home apart from the crowd with a stunning conservatory.