So, you are currently thinking about putting an Orangery on your home, and if you are anything like me you are searching the internet to try and find out how much one is going to cost you, to see if you can afford one or not, am I right?

Well the good news is that you have arrived at the right site to be able to give you the real cost of your home improvement requirements.

We provide quality buildings to good people like yourself every day and have been since 2009, we have no hidden agenda other than we don’t want to waste yours or our time, it’s simpler to provide you with costs upfront, that way we both know where we are to start.

A traditional Orangery is built to Building Regulation Standard, which requires signing off by an inspector at various stages of the build. Deeper and wider trenches are excavated exposing the foundations of your home; the specification of the base and walling are constructed to a higher standard; the flat roof requires structural calculations as well as being built to a thermally efficient standard, but you will end up with a room which adds long term usage and increased financial value to your existing property.

A traditional Orangery will cost you around £2500 per m2

6 metres x 5 metres – 30m² = £75,000

5 metres x 5 metres – 25m² = £62,500

5 metres x 4 metres - 20m² = £50,000

4 metres x 4 metres – 16m² = £40,000

4 metres x 3 metres – 12m² = £30,000

Cost are current at the time that this blog is published - These cost will change at approximately 3-6% compounded annually.  

Now you know how much a traditional Orangery costs, you also know what is affordable to you.

If this is not affordable don’t despair just yet, there are other alternatives such as a Contemporary Orangery style which you’ll find here.

If you wish to discuss your options in more detail contact me direct, we can have a chat to see how I can assist you, either with brochures, a showroom visit or a site meeting with a view to progress the project.