Orangeries in Liverpool
Orangeries are increasingly popular in Liverpool and nationwide as an alternative to a traditional conservatory.
If you’re wondering what’s the difference between a conservatory and an orangery, then the biggest difference is the construction of the roof. Conservatories have over 75% of the roof glazed and orangeries have less than 75% glazed. A conservatory must have over 50% of its wall area glazed by definition.
The tiled roof of an orangery means the room will stay cooler in summer and warmer in winter and during rain showers, a tiled roof will also be much quieter than a glazed roof.
Ethical Projects are specialists builders of all types of extensions including orangeries. As one of Liverpool’s most trustworthy building companies, we guarantee the highest standard of workmanship on your orangery.
Whether you are considering building an orangery or a conservatory, we have the experienced and qualified staff to complete every element of the build including architects, builders, joiners, electricians, window fitters and painters and decorators.
When built well, an orangery can add considerable value to your property whilst also giving you a new, bright, peaceful space to enjoy at your leisure.
Our building work is the highest quality around and is also backed up with outstanding customer service because from the day we started trading, we’ve made conscious efforts to be better (more ethical and service oriented) than other longer established local building companies.
From the initial consultation, through the planning stages and right through to completion of the build, you can expect nothing less than a professional, friendly, cost effective building service – we believe our high customer satisfaction and positive reviews are as a direct result of our trustworthy, open, ethical approach to every building project.
If you’re thinking about having an orangery built, our professional team can design it, draw up plans and build it to recognised building regulations. All building work we carry out is done so in line with Health and Safety law, in the safest possible way with minimal impact on the environment and covered by all necessary building insurance.