Our most popular design is our classic, traditional style orangery which delivers the balance that many clients demand from a glass extension.
Orangeries can be built in many materials to help them blend with the style of the main property. Using carefully matched materials such as brick or stone, and building in the same style as the original home, Glass Houses creates seamless, perfectly integrated glass extensions.
A well-designed orangery will change the way you live, providing a light-filled space ideal as a kitchen, dining and living extension and creating a link between your home and garden.

The Glasshouses Blog

A frequent enquiry we receive at Glass Houses is; “what is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory and which should I choose for my house?

Well, firstly you need to decide what you want to get out of your extension. Here is a brief insight as to how the traditional conservatory and orangery came about, the purpose of materials that are available and the development of the structure to help you decide which is suitable for your home.

Cold feet from freezing floors, the bane of early mornings! It draws the heat out of your body faster than the milk isle in Waitrose, causes one to play hopscotch from rug to rug and, worst of all, makes a room feel unwelcoming, even if the radiator is glowing! It is especially pronounced in the Winter, but even in Summer a flagstone floor can send a chill running up your spine. 

    An excellent job. The standard of workmanship is first-rate. The advice of the on-site team was consistently sensible and they co-operated cheerfully with my attempts to undertake electrical and plumbing work myself. It was a pleasure to have such professionals working on my house.
Mr & Mrs Neil, Farnham