FIND YOUR IDEAL MATCH
Styles and shapes that complement your home
Traditionally used to raise citrus fruits and exotic plants, conservatories and orangeries were once reserved for the wealthy elite. These days they’re an accessible and popular addition to properties of all sizes and periods. These unique spaces serve a multitude of functions, from dining and entertaining to playrooms or areas to relax once the day is through.
Somerville Glass and Windows Ltd can manage the design and build of your conservatory or orangery, offering a comprehensive solution that ensures even the finer details have been carefully considered and taken care of.
Key features and benefits
There are many things to consider when enhancing your home, and we wanted to make it a little easier when considering a new conservatory or orangery. In addition to the perfect combination of beauty and practicality, here are some of the other reasons these systems are recommended by Somerville Glass and Windows Ltd:
An affordable and simple way to extend and add value to your property
Choose from REHAU uPVC, aluminium and solid wood frames
Roofs can be fitted with either 35mm polycarbonate or Pilkington’s Activ™ 1:1 self-cleaning glass
Available in a range of colours and finishes, including white, oak and rosewood
Wide selection of shapes and styles available, including Victorian, Edwardian, lean-to, gable-end and bespoke conservatories, plus orangeries
High levels of thermal efficiency mean your conservatory or orangery can be used all year round
Styles and shapes that complement your property
There are many different styles and shapes of conservatory to choose from. The lean-to conservatory is a simple, affordable addition that creates a big impact, while the Victorian conservatory is a popular choice among those who want a more traditional look. The clean lines of an Edwardian conservatory, which is typically square or rectangular in shape, appeal to those who enjoy symmetry, simplicity and classic good looks, while the generous proportions and high-pitched roof of a gable-end conservatory creates an impressive, soaring space. Orangeries are very similar to conservatories, but they feature more brickwork or solid walls, making them a cross between a conservatory and an extension. With large, glazed areas, orangeries offer all the light and space of a conservatory, as well as an added feeling of seclusion and unity with the rest of the house.
If you’re a customer in Reading, our conservatory installers want to see your imagination run wild, giving you the freedom to customise and design your new installation exactly as you see fit. Simply share your vision, allowing us to create a clear picture of what you’re looking for, and we’ll get to work in making your property goals a reality.