Pennine Orangeries

A Pennine orangery is a bespoke extension to your living space, adding a creative and personal feature that’s exactly you and your lifestyle. This versatile space is a fully integrated additional room for the whole family, a practical kitchen extension or a solidly reliable and temperature controlled entertainment area all year round.

Orangeries are a beautiful extension to any home, traditionally taking on the existing features and expanding on them to create a seamless connection from indoors to outdoors. These spaces are wonderfully light and airy in the summer months, then cosy and inviting as winter closes in.

  • Frame Options
    Frames can be fully sculptured in a traditional or contemporary style...

    Frames can be fully sculptured in a traditional or contemporary style...

    • After analysing the various window and door systems available you will notice that some frames are more suited to some orangery designs more than others. It’s the contours and dimensions that make all the difference, something you will instantly notice when admiring them from afar.

    • The level of energy efficiency provided by a UPVC frame is one of the key reasons why so homeowners select it as their preferred building material. It also has all the ingredients needs to prevent heat loss and draughts and because it’s maintenance-free it does away with any need for constant cleaning or repair. The contours you see in the frame have been created by specially assimilating them into the profile.

    • Aluminium-built orangeries have really taken off in the past few years as people have latched onto how strong and durable aluminium home improvements are. Another of its selling points is its ability to be moulded into an extremely slim profile, enabling a large expanse of glass to be integrated into the frames, leading to a more readily transportation of natural sunlight into the structure. It can also be applied with both a powder-coated finish and sublimated woodgrain effect.

    • If you want an orangery that will forever remain timeless in its aesthetic appeal then you need to accustom yourself to our Heritage range, a window collection that’s heavily influenced by the original 19th century sash timber design. For an added ageing feel you can even include traditional hardware such as butt hinges, monkey tail handles and peg stays.

  • Roof Options
    Your orangery needs to be a comfortable living space...

    Your orangery needs to be a comfortable living space...

    • Our orangeries can accommodate three forms of glass glazed roof; the Classic Roof, Cornice Roof and the Lantern Roof. Those seeking subtlety will be attracted by the modest, yet highly stimulating appearance of a Classic Roof, with the Cornice Roof and Lantern Roof appealing to anyone seeking a roof that screams sophistication and lavishness. Each roofing option has been designed with an enormous amount of detailing.

    • You won’t find a simpler looking option than the Classic Roof, but just because it has an unfussy appearance doesn’t mean that it won’t make a huge visual impact. It can accommodate a huge expanse of glass and be crafted bespoke for those needing a roof that fits seamlessly on top of a complex or conventional shaped orangery. You couldn’t wish for a more reliable roof as it has proven time and time again that it has adeptness for provided unrivalled durability.

    • You can easily spot the difference between a Classic Roof and a Cornice Roof the moment you set your eyes on them as the prominence of the cornice is a truly unmissable feature. You couldn’t wish for a better roof type at merging together the brickwork walls with the glazed roof, especially as it comes in a plethora of sparkling cornice colours.

    • The Lantern Roof, or how it’s sometimes referred to, the Atrium Roof, was a common feature in the first orangeries that existed. On the surface they have been somewhat radically transformed from their previous guise, largely due to modern technology and contemporary innovation, helping them perform to a far greater level than their original design. It will sit so comfortably on top of your orangery and create a major talking point amongst any guests you invite inside.

  • Door Options
    Connect your orangery to the great outdoors...

    Connect your orangery to the great outdoors...

    • Door integration is something you may want to contemplate when undertaking the design process with our highly experience team of consultants. There are several door types that can be implemented including the French Door, Patio Door and Bi-Folding Door. Your choice really depends upon which form of opening you like best and what you are guaranteed of when opting for any of the three door options is a secure solution that will seal off your orangery in style.

    • There’s no more eye-catching door than the Bi-Folding door which is an absolute revelation in terms of contemporary design. It will split the boundary between your orangery and garden in a way you could never have imagined and it just oozes in stylishness. Working on a concertina effect, this door is a door innovation certain to stop guests in their tracks.

    • You will know in your mind exactly what will need to be accommodated inside the orangery prior to its installation. If you want to ensure that a generous floor space is maintained at all times then a sliding patio door may be to your advantage as it will make the structure seemingly feel larger than it is actually is. The natural sunlight that passes through it will also create an air of capaciousness.

    • A conventional door only offers half the benefits of a French Door as it contains a double opening, drawing in two-times the amount of natural sunlight and ventilation when opened and closed. They’re particularly good at marrying together a home extension with a patio or decked area for those who like to spend their time outside when the weather’s set fair.

  • Colours & Woodgrains
    Decorate your orangery in a colour that illuminates it inside and out...

    Decorate your orangery in a colour that illuminates it inside and out...

    • You don’t have excuse to leave your orangery looking lifeless as the windows and doors can be finished in an assortment of colourful finishes. Of course, roof styling and the frame has to be taken into consideration when choosing a colour, but you will be left with a broad palette to pick from including a number of traditional and modern shades and woodgrain finishes.

    • One of the finest qualities that UPVC possesses is its ability to be finished in a huge array of colour choices due to the specially adapted application process undertaken. Traditional favourites White, Cream and Whitegrain are an absolute given, which sit alongside many contemporary coloured creations such as Black, Grey and Chartwell Green.

    • Our aluminium colours are so long-lasting and authentic because they each undergo an 11-stage powder coating process which it gives that all-important natural look and texture. For those on the lookout for a timber-like finish, we use an alternative method called sublimation which helps us create woodgrain offerings in Oak, Walnut and Rosewood.

    • Traditional timber windows have a quality that bears no comparison but in order to retain that quality a huge injection of maintenance is necessary on a regular basis. This shouldn’t deny you the opportunity to own something that look just like wood and it won’t if you elect to have our Heritage windows implemented into your brand new orangery. Available in colours including Painswick, Cotswold Biscuit and Clotted Cream, the Heritage range boasts all the qualities of timber, minus the maintenance.

  • Buyers Guide
    How you can find and buy the right orangery...

    How you can find and buy the right orangery...

    • Buying an orangery is one of the biggest financial investments you will make in your lifetime so it’s important to get it right. Our design consultants are the best around when it comes to pointing buyers in all the right directions so sit down with them and tell them exactly what you want as they’ll make your dreams a reality.

    • One of the first considerations to be made is where the orangery is best positioned as this will have an influence on which times of the day the structure receives the most amount of natural sunlight and warm. A north or east facing orangery will attract the sun early in the day and progressively cool as the day goes on, whilst those facing in a southerly or westerly direction will most come into contact with the sun later in the day at the back end of the afternoon and evening. It’s location will also help you decide which type of glazing is best utilised.

    • There’s a good chance that will already have settled upon how you intend to utilise your new orangery and that will in turn help us as it will determine how the design is best shaped and specified. A square or rectangular design tends to be best if floor space is the main consideration. It’s also worth bearing in mind the inclusion of Wi-Fi, speakers, mounted spotlights and other additional extras to aid functionality.

    • For the structure to be as priceless as you’d imagined you need to have it thoroughly accessorised. If you’re not sure what sort of accessories it might need then you should speak to our design consultants as they will inform you whether e.g. it may benefits from the inclusion of fans and heaters. Any accessories you do have will be included in the final quote that’s prepared for you.

    • We back up our claim of stating that our orangeries are made to last by supplying an extensive guarantee with every design purchased. We encourage you to give it a thorough read as you will see that on some occasions there may be a necessity to make some small remedial adjustments to the orangery to ensure that it lasts for the expected lifespan. You will find our post-installation customer care to be exemplary should any problems ever arise.

  • Planning
    Some orangery designs are subject to planning permission & building regulations...

    Some orangery designs are subject to planning permission & building regulations...

    Any planning permission and building regulation requirements will be taken care of by Pennine who will approach your local authority on your behalf. It is rare for such approval to be required as most structures already meet the obligations laid out. Our Planning Factsheet will put you more in the loop about this topic.

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