What are Orangeries
Versatile and customisable, orangeries are perfect for giving homeowners the choice of additional room without the unpleasant hassle of actually moving. Usually constructed with high ceilings and glazed windows, they offer exceptional light and space, providing year round cosy comfort. From start to finish, we’ll take control of the process, starting at the initial design visit to the actual installation. We’ll even take care of the planning permission too.
Perfect for both traditional and contemporary properties, our orangeries are available in a range of colour options to best match your home’s overall aesthetics.
Orangeries of today are manufactured using the latest materials, so you can experience a room that delivers exceptional thermal comfort all year round. This allows you to cosy up and enjoy a warm and noise resistant room.
Due to the open glazed windows, orangeries can allow for masses of natural light to flood the room, creating a spacious and airy atmosphere to relax in and allowing for uninterrupted views of the outside.
All Year Round
Constructed using high quality materials, our orangeries are designed to be used all year round. Installed with excellent glazing, homeowners can revel in the comfort of their new orangery, even during the colder months.
We are Homestyle Plastics
Based in Witney, Homestyle Plastics is installing high quality orangeries to our customers all throughout Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Warwickshire and surrounding counties. Recommended locally, our good reputation of over 30 years has been built on providing quality products and exceptional customer service.
For added assurance, we have numerous accreditations under our belts. This includes FENSA, FairTrades approved tradesmen, Homepro, Plastic Window Federation and Secured by Design.
Visit our Showroom
Sometimes it’s better to view the product first before committing to any project, which is why we have a showroom based in the Cotswolds, which is open six days a week, Monday to Saturday. Here you see examples of our range of products and get a better understanding of how they can work for your home.
All customers are welcomed and will never have to feel pressured or rushed when they enter and can observe our quality designs at their own pace. However, if you are looking for advice, our friendly sales team will be on hand with any suggestions or advice to stimulate ideas.
Call us Today
Our friendly team in Witney will always be happy to answer any question you may have about our range of products. Give us a call today!
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Can you install your orangeries to my home?
We install our orangeries to homes throughout Witney, Oxfordshire, Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Berkshire, Warwickshire and surrounding counties. However, if you wish to know whether we can offer our services and products to your area, then contact us today!
Can an orangery add value to my property?
Yes. Although it may not be as much as a conservatory, a high quality and well constructed orangery can add some value to a property. Perfect, if a homeowner wishes to sell on their property in the future.
How much will your orangeries cost?
Due to how customisable our orangeries are, we can’t provide a standard fee, however, if you’re curious you can always call us to find out more. Alternatively, get a quote online to get started on the installation process.
Are orangeries warmer than a conservatory?
Generally speaking, orangeries are warmer than conservatories, this is mainly due to thick brick structure and large glass windows, however, the latter can still offer exceptional warmth and thermal insulation during the colder months too!
What can I use my orangery for?
Introduced to this country in the 17th century, orangeries were originally used to house exotic plants and fruits. Nowadays they are so versatile that they have multiple uses, i.e., dining room, living rooms, kitchen extensions.
What’s the difference between an orangery, conservatory and extension?
This is one of the most common questions, as although they may look the same, they’re actually constructed very differently.
Orangeries tend to have a brick based structure with large windows and a flat roof with a glass lantern.
Conservatories tend to have many factors such as fully glazed structure with a low brick base, where the roof and walls are a higher percentage of glass. They also need to have a standalone heating source that is separate from the main house.
Extensions are usually attached to the main house without separation. They’re constructed using either brick or stone structure and are typically rectangular in shape.