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Don't Move, Improve What You Have


If you love where you live but are desperate for more space, why go through the stress of moving to a bigger house when you can just grow your own? A conservatory or orangery is an immediate and permanent solution to all your space-related issues.

The cost of buying and getting a spacious new conservatory or orangery fitted pales in comparison to how much it would cost you to buy another house.

Purchasing a new property could involve paying out for the following:

  • Arrangement fees
  • Valuation fees
  • Survey fees
  • Broker fees
  • Stamp duty
  • Conveyancing fees
  • Land registry fees
  • Removal fees

In other words, you will need a decent bank balance! That bank balance will take far less of a hit when you prioritise improving over moving.

You have plenty choice too when conservatory or orangery shopping at Permaframe as we stock multiple home extension styles and they’ll all add value to your home.

Introducing three of our key styles

Lean-To conservatory

Bungalow owners and people living in a house with a low-pitched roof still have the opportunity to incorporate a conservatory into their current layout thanks to the compactness of a lean-to conservatory.

Capable of being inserted into even the most awkward of spaces at traditional and modern residences, it is a much more affordable alternative to Edwardian and Victorian designs.

Sometimes referred to as a sunroom or Mediterranean conservatory, large glazed panels dominate the structure and let in floods of natural sunlight. Walk into a Lean-To and you will find it to be deceivingly spacious.

Loggia

Brought to life by Italy’s finest designers and Britain’s best engineers, the Loggia is the newest home extension to be unveiled to the world and arguably the most impressive ever developed.

Blending together different elements found in many conservatory and orangery designs, it is influenced by the Italian renaissance period and contains the most stunning solid corner columns.  

A similarly classy feel is in evidence within the interior thanks to the immaculately plastered walls and ceiling. It really is a revelation.

Tiled roof orangery

Something that deters householders from investing in an orangery is the fear that the extension will be unusable for large portions of the year because it supplies insufficient thermal efficiency.

Those fears are abated if the orangery comes with a ready-fitted tiled roof covering as this roofing system restricts heat loss and protects the interior from the cold.

A tiled roof orangery still consists of the mixture of glass and brickwork that’s so synonymous with orangery designs and is often regarded as being a more natural looking extension of a house than a conservatory.

Appoint Permaframe as your home extension supplier and stay put

Call off your plans to move house and reinvent where you already reside with an extension from Permaframe. Request a copy of our Conservatories & Orangeries brochure to see everything else we have on offer.

 


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