Conservatories and Orangeries

Feeling a little tight for space at home? There’s nothing quite like a bespoke conservatory or orangery for creating extra space (imagine, a whole new room!) at an excellent price.  Our lives are constantly evolving, new people moving in, children grow into teenagers…... A modern conservatory or orangery is the perfect way to accommodate and keep up with our ever-changing family’s needs and give everyone that extra multifunctional space you and your family can enjoy all year round. Our extensive collection offers you a huge variety of orangeries, conservatories and sunrooms in a variety of styles, shapes and sizes, perfect for enhancing your home and lifestyle.

At Image Improvements Ltd, you’ll find luxurious conservatories and orangeries of every size and style. So, whether you’re looking for something small or spacious, traditional or contemporary, vaulted or lean-to, we have the perfect option for you. We offer a comprehensive guarantee. So, rest assured – your stunning new home addition will be safe, weatherproof and incredibly energy efficient.

Add a light-filled room to your home, a flexible living space tailored to the lifestyle and needs of you and your loved ones.

A common misconception of an Orangery is that they cost the earth. Yes, they are not bargain basement prices, but they are more economical than you’d think. Because we are Sika Sarnafil certified installers, all our Orangeries are fitted with materials that meet global standards and regulations including ISO 9001.

What’s the Difference?

There isn’t always a big difference between orangeries and conservatories, although they have some different characteristics. Both emerged at similar times in the 16th century and both were used to keep oranges and other fruit trees alive throughout the British winter.

In England, a structure is classed as a conservatory if at least 50% of its walls are glazed, as well as 75% of the ceiling, although it is often a higher percentage than that. The glass either spans the entirety of the walls or a small dwarf wall of around two feet is built to support the windows. Orangeries tend to have a higher proportion of brickwork and can appear more like a natural house extension than a separate room.

All of the glass we use is among the highest quality glass available and absolutely perfect for conservatories and orangeries. We have three different options to choose from depending on the location and usage of the structure, all of which have a minimum of 58% heat reflection and as little as 38% visible light transmission. Thanks to the construction of these argon-filled windows you can both reflect external heat and insulate interior warmth.

Rainfall and traffic noise are massively reduced when compared with polycarbonate and using the latest technology reduces the need for time-consuming manual cleaning by enabling rainwater to bead and run off the glass, taking dirt with it.

Our conservatories and orangeries are also made with Liniar and Halo systems, which are all completely lead-free, multi-chambered uPVC profile designs which go well beyond the British Standards for weather performance. Choose from dozens of effects, styles and door options with noiseless glide and an effortless opening mechanism.