Our Orangeries

Here at Clarke Build we have a simple yet proven approach to building orangeries for clients in Cheshire. We first make sure that you fully understand the scope and scale of the project including timescales and costs. From there if you are happy with the quotation for the orangery we can arrange a start date for your project. By keeping our approach simple we keep our clients happy which is a key factor in success to date.

Our Experience

Clarke Build is run an operated by Harrison Clarke, a bricklayer by trade who developed his skills to be able to offer a full extension and renovation service which includes designing and building orangeries from the ground up. We have worked on a number of projects and are proud to be able to offer our building services in the Cheshire area.

Arrange A Meeting With Us

To arrange a meeting in Cheshire to discuss orangeries you can call 0161 452 0809. Alternatively you can use our contact form to send us a message

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Orangeries FAQ’s

 

What’s the difference between orangeries and conservatories?

An orangery or orangeries were first created as an additional room which was specifically designed to let in plenty of light for growing orange trees and other fruit alike. The idea behind an orangery is to have the comfort of a traditional room whilst letting in daylight from a glass ceiling and glass panels within the walls. 

A conservatory is similar in many ways however conservatories tend to not make use of brick walls in the same way and are generally glass with metal or plastic struts which hold the glass in place. Below you can see the difference between an orangery and a conservatory for yourself:

Orangery

Glass roof with large glass doors but with brick walls

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Conservatory

Small wall but mainly glass build with plastic struts.

 

How is an orangery constructed?

Orangeries are made up of supporting brick or stone walls that are placed alongside glass walls. The Brick or stone walls provide structural support for the roof which is designed in a traditional style that was highly popular when orangeries first came about. 

The roof of orangeries are usually made up of a middle glass section which can be flat or angled like a traditional roof. Surrounding the glass area you typically see a flat surrounding roof area that leads onto the supporting walls. In the same way as a roofline the edge of the orangery roof commonly feature decorative fascias.

 

What roof options are there with orangeries?

When choosing they style of roof for your orangery you should consider what the style of the rest of the house or building. This doesn’t mean to say that you have to opt for an in keeping roof but it sometimes looks better if you do. The options are as follows:

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Lantern Glass Roof

This type of roof is angled upwards to maximise light that enters the orangery and looks as follows

Flat Glass Roof

This type of roof is angled only very slightly to allow rain to run off however it has the appearance that it is flat from below.

 

Below you can see a video of one of our custom built orangeries

If you are looking for a building company that produce stunning orangeries in Cheshire, think Clarke Build Ltd.

 

 

Areas We Cover

We build orangeries for clients throughout Cheshire and tend to work most in the following locations: Altrincham, Cheshire, Didsbury, Bowdon, Wilmslow, Hale, Alderley Edge and Knutsford

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Like what you see and want a quote for an orangery in Cheshire? Give us a call today and speak direct with Harrison to arrange a meeting.

Customer Testimonials

What our customers say about us...

Really pleased with the extension, thanks to all the team at Clarke Build

True professionals, absolutely delighted with our new extension. The workmanship excellent and Harrison kept us updated throughout the process.

I only had a wall built by Clarke build but they are a great company to deal with, will definitely use them again in future.