A new orangery or conservatory can bring many benefits to you and your home. A well-designed glazed extension such as a conservatory or orangery adds value, extra space and house appeal.
It is important to consider the many aspects around a new orangery or conservatory to ensure that it not only looks great but blends in with your home. At Newlite we have many years experience in designing and fitting glazed extensions large and small. We take care of all the details and craft you a new room in your home that will be a joy to use.
Our top tips for a new orangery and conservatory.
To ensure your new orangery or conservatory is practical, functional and meets your requirements, here is what you should consider. Don’t forget you can contact us if you have any specific questions or want our help and advice.
1. What is the best design for a new orangery and conservatory?
The great thing about modern materials and design is that virtually any style of conservatory or orangery is possible. From a simple ‘lean-to’ sunroom to a bespoke and faceted construction, anything is possible.
There are also innovations in conservatory and orangery design such as modular assemblies that make fitting a new orangery or conservatory faster and better. Our Skyroom and Livin’Room products offer you a great mix between a conservatory and a built extension.
2. What will you use for orangery and conservatory for?
The intended use of your new conservatory may impact its design, size and location. For example, you may want to increase your living or dining space, create a study or play area or even have it as a new bedroom.
Many people choose their orangery to be a separate room others use it as part of a kitchen extension.
3. What size would you like your new orangery and conservatory?
To determine the best size of your new conservatory or orangery talk to your professional installer like us at Newlite. We will carry out a comprehensive survey and speak with you about your design ideas. We help you get the best layout, appearance and functionality.
4. Where should you locate a new conservatory or orangery?
You should carefully consider the location of your new orangery or conservatory to ensure it blends correctly with your home. Noise and light levels are also affected by the position of your new glazed extension.
We can advise you on the best location as well as other considerations such as access from inside the home.
5. What are the best windows and doors for a new orangery or conservatory?
As well as giving you a new orangery or conservatory with appeal and style, we can help you add the right type and style of windows and doors.
For windows you have a choice of casement, sliding or tilt and turn, to add light and ventilation. Door options are also extensive with a choice of hinged French doors, sliding doors and bifolding doors.
Our great selection of doors and windows will ensure your new glazed extension is bright, comfortable and accessible.
Contact us for expert help with your new orangery or conservatory.
Newlite has supplied and installed many different types of glazed extensions, large and small. From affordable quality PVCu to slimline colour-rich aluminium and even in timber, we can help.
Contact us today for a free quotation and no obligation consultation.