Whilst both are great improvement options for your home, are you aware of the differences that make a conservatory a conservatory and an orangery an orangery? If you don't, don't worry, that's what our blog post is here for! Take a look below and if you'd like to get in touch about our services, simply give us a call on, 01782 641 499 or 07714 116 093 and we'd be more than happy to help. We operate across Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Stoke-On-Trent, Stone, Leek, Stafford, Market Drayton, Crewe, Sandbach, Nantwich and Uttoxeter areas.
Should I Choose a Conservatory or an Orangery?
Having either a conservatory or orangery is a great option for creating more living space. If you're asking yourself the question above, then don't worry; we're here to help you answer it! Read on and find out more about the two.
The conservatory was born out of the design of the orangery, but with more glazing for other plants to grow in cooler climates. However, as time went on, the conservatory started to be used for other reasons.
- Typically, there's less brickwork involved in a traditional conservatory.
- A glazed roof is often the case for traditional conservatories.
- There's a few popular designs for conservatories; including the Edwardian, the Lean-to and the victorian.
Believe it or not, orangeries date back as early as the 15th and 16th century in Italy, Europe to be specific; with elaborate structures to protect orange trees and other citrus trees from the colder months of the year.
- Orangeries share more in relation with home extensions.
- Unlike a conservatory, there's plenty more brickwork/solid structure involved in an orangery.
- Orangeries are popular for different rooms in your home such as a kitchen or dining room.
As you can see, there's plenty of reason for choosing both. The decision however, is entirely down to personal preference. The good thing is, here at G King Construction, we can assist with the installation of both orangery projects and conservatory projects.
Need a Conservatory or Orangery in Newcastle-Under-Lyme?
Now that you're aware of the differences between a conservatory and an orangery why not get in touch with us? You can reach us by simply giving us a call via our phone number on, 01782 641 499 or 07714 116 093 or by sending us an email via our email address at, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alternatively and if you'd much prefer, you can use the contact form on our website to send us a message. Hopefully you found our blog post helpful and if you'd like to get in touch, don't hesitate too as we'd be more than happy to help across Newcastle-Under-Lyme, Stoke-On-Trent, Stone, Leek, Stafford, Market Drayton, Crewe, Sandbach, Nantwich and Uttoxeter areas.