Here at Inspired Spaces, we are Manchester’s leading conservatory, sun room and orangery experts. We install a range of high quality, professional sun room ad orangery options. And this is our guide to everything you should know about installing an orangery.
What are the important do’s and don’ts when installing an orangery?
An orangery can be a great addition to any property adding usable space, natural light and a stylish architectural feature that will really ramp up the curb appeal of your property. But if you are having an orangery installed there are some things you should bear in mind, some things you should definitely do, and some things you should definitely avoid.
Do be completely honest during the planning phase
Professional orangery installation experts like us here at Inspired Spaces offer 3D visualizations of the completed project including detailed layout and architectural designs. This is an essential part of the planning process and it is a great opportunity for you to make important decisions about the design and style of your new orangery. As a result it is absolutely crucial that you use this opportunity to speak up about your requirements and ensure that your new orangery will be the perfect fit for your home.
Don’t overlook the glass
The glass is the major structural component of any orangery. As such it is essential that you choose the right glass for the architectural style and exterior design of your orangery. It is also essential that you choose a thermally efficient glass that will help to retain heat within your home and not lose warm air from inside, especially during the winter. Thermally efficient glass is also specially designed to prevent the orangery from overheating during the summer months too. By being sure to consider this, you can help to reduce your energy bills and keep the costs down for the future.
Do prepare your property and household for the installation process
It is essential that you prepare your property and your household for the installation process of a new orangery. For young children and pets, they may need to be removed from the area where your orangery will be installed, as this will not be secure. For orangery kitchen extensions, you may also need to be aware that your kitchen may not be able to be accessed during the installation process. This can mean that appliances will need to be removed into other rooms of the home. By preparing before the installation begins you can help to speed up the installation process and keep your orangery build on track and on budget.
For more information or for professional advice about your new orangery design or installation get in touch with the team today, here at Inspired Spaces.