Orangery Conservatory Cost
Some of the best examples of orangeries are not “production line” installations, the design and build is always tailored to meet the needs of each individual customer and as such will certainly affect the conservatories cost itself.
Bespoke Conservatories or Orangeries are more likely to require careful consideration for planning and building regulation as they tend to be on the larger side and would probably require more project management than a simple “lean to” conservatory.
As Bespoke or Orangery Conservatories are “unique” it means there are very few restrictions to size, shape or use, unusual and striking designs would be the norm. Bespoke designs may be a combination of a few styles in terms of what they look like, often featuring pillars and atrium or lantern type roof openings in their design.
P shaped, T shaped, L shaped conservatories could be classed as bespoke as they are often fitted into unusual areas and would be “custom built” than “off the shelf”. They offer a lot of individuality and style it’s really up to you and your budget.
No matter if they are free standing or joined to the existing property, orangery conservatories could well be a more cost effective solution to creating more space than a typical extension.
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