Whether you have an orangery or a conservatory, they are both great options to have. But you must be wondering which one is warmer, especially during the winter months. Well you certainly are at the right place because in this blog, we explain it all. If you would like to find out more information on orangeries or conservertories, you can all us on 01782 641 499 or 07714 116 093 and we will be happy to help. We offer services throughout Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Stoke-On-Trent, Stone, Leek, Stafford, Market Drayton, Crewe, Sandbach, Nantwich and Uttoxeter areas.
What Is The Difference Between The Two?
An orangery and a conservatory are very similar, however there is a slight difference between the two. One of the main difference is the materials used to build them, which have an impact on how warm they can be. If you would like to know more about the differences between the two, please visit our previous blog on conservatories vs orangeries.
Even with the differences between orangeries and conservatories, you would still want your home extension to be warmer during the colder months. So the main question to consider and the one we always get asked is which one is warmer, an orangery or a conservatory?
Is An Orangery Warmer Than A Conservatory?
There are many factors involved that make an orangery warmer than a conservatory. One of the main factor is the material used to build an orangery. An orangery is usually built using solid materials such as bricks. Due to having more brickwork compared to conservatories, they are known to retain more heat than conservatories. Because conservatories tend to have a glass structure, there are more chances for heat to escape. You can always make your conservatory more efficient by either adding insulated tiled roofs or getting triple glazed windows installed. View our contact details below to find out how you can get in touch with us.
Need an Orangery or a Conservatory in Newcastle-Under-Lyme?
Now that you know which one is warmer between an orangery and a conservatory, get in touch with us to find out how we can help. If you are based in Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Stoke-On-Trent, Stone, Leek, Stafford, Market Drayton, Crewe, Sandbach, Nantwich and Uttoxeter, you can call us on 01782 641 499 or 07714116 093 and our team is happy to help.
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