An Orangery offers your Lake District home something special
Orangeries became fashionable on residencies from the 17th Century, to protect orange and other fruit trees during the winter. Similar to a greenhouse or a conservatory an orangery provided a luxurious extension to a home and offered warmth and protection from the elements. The orangery originated from the renaissance gardens of Italy, when glass-making technology enabled larger pieces of clear glass to be produced. An orangery was a symbol of status and wealth and even today, orangeries are seen as a prestige addition to a property.
A Wardgroup Orangery provides a modern take on a traditional atrium-style conservatory. These stunning buildings flood adjoining rooms with light and the interior height of the ceiling creates a feeling of grandeur within your new room. Externally a Wardgroup Orangery features a flat roof around the perimeter along with a structural grade aluminium roof capped and clad with low maintenance thermal PVC cappings and claddings.
If you would like to know more about our range of Orangeries for your property in Barrow, the South Lakes, Morecambe Bay or the Lake District, contact our Glass & Glazing team based in Barrow in Furness, Cumbria on 01229 811222 or email: email@example.com