Bespoke Orangeries in Nottinghamshire & Derbyshire

Bespoke Orangeries in Nottingham and Derby

Your bespoke orangery will increase your living space and enhance your lifestyle, as well as add value to your property.

Because it is more substantial than a conservatory, your orangery will be a seamless addition to your house. It will be perfectly designed to suit your home’s character.

A bespoke orangery designed, manufactured and installed by specialists

Our complete orangery design, manufacture and installation service will give you the orangery you want. Because we are experts in glazing you can have full confidence in our Glazedale Guarantee. We guarantee all glass sealed units that we manufacture for 10 years from installation.

And, because we know it’s so much easier for you if we offer a complete package, you can also count on us for:

  • Specialist survey and design services.
  • Planning advice if you need it.
  • Digging foundations and completion of patio if you need it.
  • Brickwork, roofing, doors, electrics and lighting, tiling and plastering.

We have over 25 years’ experience in installing stylish and elegant conservatories and orangeries throughout Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire and Leicestershire. This means you can be confident of the quality of your conservatory and our customer service.

An orangery to suit your home and your style

For an orangery that truly looks as though it is part of your home, you want to be able to choose the style that is right for you.

We can guide you through the many options – modern or classic, elegant or innovative, large or small. You can also be confident that we understand the fine details that will ensure that your orangery is unique. Think about recent trends such as folding doors that open a whole side up to the garden, creating a flexible living space that makes the most of summer months.

An orangery to suit your budget

No matter what space is available, if you want to make the most of it, we can design an orangery to suit.

An orangery in any colour

As with our conservatories, doors and windows, we offer a terrific range of colour choices. White is a traditional choice for a conservatory but a woodgrain finish suits just as well. And, if you want a more adventurous choice, then just talk to us: with a sprayed product. You will certainly find something special in the stunning choice of colours.

Orangeries windows that are fully guaranteed

You can be confident in our commitment to providing you with the best possible products available. Our products not only look good but are built to stand the test of time. That’s why we offer the Glazedale Guarantee. We guarantee all our glass sealed units for 10 years from installation for the failure of hermetical seals.

Our personalised service is how we help you to make the best investment for your home and we’ll guide you every step of the way.

Give a call today to discuss your need for a new orangery – we’re happy to help – 01773 712001.

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Condensation What is Condensation? Condensation is moisture in the air that comes into contact with a cold surface and then condenses from water vapour into a liquid again. It points to a problem in humidity levels in the home and a lack of adequate ventilation which in turn can lead to damage and mould growth Internal Condensation (on the inner pane of a window) Condensation inside your home points to high moisture levels and a lack of adequate ventilation.  New windows will have been manufactured to achieve a high efficiency and a tight sealed installation, due to this moisture can not escape so it aims for coldest part of the room which is the glass unit. Your old windows may not have produced as much or no condensation at all , this is due to the fact they were less air tight & energy efficient allowing air to pass from the inside to the outside without causing any condensation. Excess moisture can also appear from hot showers, boiling the kettle, cooking and drying wet washing. What can be done about it? Condensation can be reduced by allowing adequate ventilation such as opening slot vents and windows. Extractor fans are also  a good way of reducing excess moisture in bathroom and kitchens. External Condensation (on the outer pane of a window) Condensation appears externally due to the fact that modern windows are manufactured to be more thermally efficient. As a result, the heat will not be able to escape through the outer pane which then causes condensation to appear on the outer pane. The outer pane of the glass is cooler and when the temperature falls below the dew point, moisture in the air condenses on it. Unfortunately, nothing can be done for condensation on the outer pane. However it usually doesn’t last long and means that your windows are keeping the heat in within your house! Window condensation can be worse during a Autumn & Spring morning as at these times of the year the temperature of the glass can drop drastically overnight, yet the dew point remains relatively high. Some windows can be affected more than others as slight changes in orientation or shelter can mean that that windows or even panes next to each other can react differently.