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Guttering & Fascia - white uPVC




Verandahs and Carports - aluminium verandah overlooking lake


Person repairing a window


Perfect Solutions for Extra Living Space

Conservatories - white uPVC Victorian


Orangeries White uPVC with brick pillars


White uPVC conservatory roof vent


Conservatory Roofs - solid tile

Tiled Roofs

Aluminium Windows


Double Glazing


Front Doors, Back Doors and Patio Doors

Doors - Chartwell Green with side panels


Composite doors - grey with chrome letterbox


Patio doors White uPVC sliding


Sliding doors - aluminium


Aluminium bifold doors - Anthracite


French Doors - white uPVC




Sliding Doors or Bifold Doors?


Widest Range of uPVC and Aluminium Windows

350 x 250 Windows - uPVC double glazed windows


Casement windows - top hung in modern living room


Flush Windows - Chartwell Green uPVC


Sash windows - with mock horns


White uPVC tilt and turn windows

Tilt & Turn

Bay Windows - white uPVC with leaded georgian bars

Bay & Bow




Secondary Glazing



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Styleglaze Installations Ltd

uPVC Orangery

Daventry & Northamptonshire

Upgrade Your Home with a Light-Filled uPVC Orangery

The Perfect Addition to Your Home

Traditional orangerie in cream uPVC and brick

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uPVC Orangeries

Adding a uPVC orangery to your home can be a great way to create additional living space, while also increasing the value of your property. However, when it comes to choosing the right material for your orangery, it can be tough to know which is best. At Styleglaze Installations in Daventry, we believe that uPVC is the perfect choice for your orangery.

Durability and Low Maintenance

uPVC is a strong and durable material that is resistant to rotting, warping, and rusting. It also requires very little maintenance, making it an ideal choice for busy homeowners who don’t have the time to regularly maintain their orangery.

upvc orangery in graphite
internal view upvc orangery in graphite

Energy Efficiency

uPVC is a great insulator, helping to keep your home warm in the winter and cool in the summer. This means that your uPVC orangery will be more energy-efficient, helping to reduce your energy bills and your carbon footprint.


Our uPVC orangeries are incredibly versatile. They can be adapted to fit in with your existing home’s décor, and they come with a range of features such as solar glazing and blinds, allowing you to customise them to your needs. With their robust construction and low-maintenance design, they’uPVC is a versatile material that can be easily moulded into a range of shapes and sizes, making it perfect for creating bespoke orangeries that suit your individual needs and preferences. This means that you can create a unique space that is tailored to your exact requirements.

Solid Construction Orangeries

Create new, versatile living space for your property with our range of thermally efficient orangeries.

Styleglaze offers homeowners a totally flexible design process, helping to ensure that your orangery is exactly as you dreamed.

Whether you want an orangery extension that is of a more traditional design, or something more contemporary, you’ll be able to work closely with our design experts. When you choose Styleglaze, you won’t have to compromise on aesthetics or performance.

Solid construction orangery
Large lantern roof orangery

Natural Light From a Lantern Roof

An orangery is a perfect way to extend your home and create a light and airy space that can be enjoyed all year round. An orangery is lighter than a standard extension and creates a more natural transition to the garden. More windows and a large lantern roof mean that the orangery is flooded with light while still retaining heat in the winter and insulating against the cold in the winter.

An orangery can be used as a dining room, family room, playroom, home office or just a place to relax and watch the garden. With careful design, an orangery can become the perfect extension to your home.

Contemporary Orangeries

If you are considering an orangery, there are a few things to bear in mind. The first is that an orangery should be designed specifically to complement the existing style and architecture of your property.

The second thing to consider is the type of materials that you want to use for your orangery. There is a wide range of materials available, from traditional timber to modern uPVC and aluminium. We want your orangery to be low maintenance and last a long time so we recommend uPVC or aluminium.

Orangeries are considered traditional but modern materials mean that we can design a conservatory that sits well with even the most modern of homes.

Modern orangery in white uPVC
Solid roof orangery with glass vents

Solid Roof Orangery

One of the outstanding features of an orangery is the lantern roof so it may seem odd to suggest that a solid tile roof may suit you if the amount of glass will restrict your use. You may want to use your orangery as an office which could mean that you would have problems with glare on the computer screens, especially if the orangery is in a South facing garden.

Your extension would still have orangery styling for the walls which gives you large windows for natural light. A combination of roof tiles and glazing panels could give you the best of both worlds.

Choosing an Extension

There’s a lot to consider before you decide whether you want a full extension, an orangery or a conservatory. You will live with it for a long time and you want it to enhance your home and improve its value when you sell.  Whichever you choose, Styleglaze has the experience to plan and install your extension. You don’t have to go to half a dozen providers to get the job done. We’ll take care of the building work, electric and ancillary services. Let us make it easy for you.

Conservatories & Orangeries

You’ve probably first of all thought about creating extra space. A conservatory is an obvious choice if you don’t want the upheaval or cost of a full extension. An orangery falls between a conservatory and an extension. It has more wall space and a light pelmet perimeter. The lantern roof sits in that space, so it is less exposed to sunlight. There is more building work involved with an orangery which makes it a higher cost than a conservatory.

Aluminium & uPVC

We offer orangeries in a choice of either uPVC or aluminium. Each comes with its own unique qualities. Aluminium windows have slimline frames, which helps to create a contemporary look. uPVC is a cost-effective material that is also low maintenance.

We’ll work with you to understand how you will use your new space and the environment so that we can make the best recommendations. 

What is an Orangery?

An orangery is a type of extension that combines elements of a conservatory and a traditional brick-built extension. It typically has a brick or stone base with large windows or glazed panels and a lantern roof, allowing natural light to flood in.

What is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?

An orangery typically has more brickwork and less glazing than a conservatory, giving it a more solid and substantial appearance. Orangeries also usually have a flat roof section or a lantern roof, whereas traditional conservatories have a fully glazed roof. Nowadays conservatories are also available with a tiled roof but whatever material they are built with, conservatories have a different roof from the lantern assocaited with an orangery.

What is the best material for an orangery?

There are several materials to choose from when it comes to building an orangery, including uPVC, timber, and aluminum. Each has its own advantages, but uPVC is a popular choice due to its durability, energy efficiency, and low maintenance requirements. uPVC is also considerably cheaper than aluminium.

Do I need planning permission for an orangery?

In most cases, adding an orangery to your home will fall under permitted development rights, meaning you won’t need planning permission. However, if you live in a conservation area or a listed building, you may need to apply for planning permission before proceeding.

We’ll help you work out the right size for your home and advise you about whether your design falls withing permitted development or not. 

How long does it take to build an orangery?

The construction time for an orangery will depend on several factors, including the size of the orangery, the complexity of the design, and the materials used. Generally, it can take anywhere from two to twelve weeks to build an orangery.

How much does an orangery cost?

The cost of building an orangery can vary depending on several factors, including the size, materials, and design of the orangery. At Styleglaze Installations in Daventry, we offer a range of uPVC orangeries to suit a range of budgets, and we can provide a free, no-obligation quote to help you understand the cost of your orangery project.

Does a uPVC orangery increase the value of your house?

By adding an uPVC orangery to your home, you are increasing the living space available to you, which in turn will increase the value of your property. This means that you can enjoy the benefits of your orangery while also adding to your long-term investment.

350 x 250 Windows - uPVC double glazed windows



Conservatory Roofs - solid tile




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