Orangeries in Thatcham

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Specialists in Orangeries in Thatcham

Oakley Green Conservatories began its journey as conservatory installers, as our name suggests. Over the past 23 years, we have accumulated extensive expertise in all aspects, ranging from crafting bespoke conservatory designs and manufacturing to the final installation. Our objective is to install a unique conservatory style that is custom-designed to meet your specific requirements.

We take immense pride in the quality of our orangery builds, which is why we provide a 10-year guarantee on all our orangery styles. Furthermore, we offer aftercare services at no additional cost. Our goal is to share our expertise with you, ensuring that you fully enjoy and make the most of your new living space.

Among our range of bespoke products, we offer orangeries, conservatories, replacement conservatory roofs, and extensions & conversions. Oakley Conservatories provides bespoke windows and doors in a wide variety of styles and designs, enabling you to find the perfect products that suit both you and your home.

10 year insurance backed guarantee

Fully employed, highly skilled installers

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Tailored solutions to suit your tastes

Small, dedicated team

Customer Reviews

Our installation coverage area includes the whole M4 corridor and beyond. We have a regular schedule of visits to homes in the south of England by our installation crews. We have completed residential projects all around the Reading, Newbury, Windsor, and Thatcham areas. Every customer is guaranteed 100% satisfaction with their installation, and we always go the extra mile to make that happen.

Review our customer reviews below. Having been trading for over 20 years’, our friendly team are on hand to offer free advice and no obligation quotes.

  1. Quotation Processed

    Quotes will be processed by an expert shortly after you make your enquiry.

  2. Quote Finalised

    Any other options are discussed & home visits, if required can be arranged.

  3. Surveyor Visit

    Upon acceptance of our quote, a surveyor will be instructed and complete technical drawings.

  4. Work Commences

    Subject to any planning permissions, work will commence within 8–12 weeks.

  5. Completion & Sign Off

    Completion and sign off in most cases will take between 4–8 weeks

Why Oakley

We have been offering luxury home improvements for customers across the South of England since 1999. We prioritise enabling our customers to enhance their homes with stylish and functional living spaces and features. We make all homeowners one step closer to achieving integral and modern family living.

Quality guaranteed

Your conservatory comes with a 10-year guarantee and 15-year sealed unit guarantee.

Delivery and installation included

The price includes the home visit or remote quotation, and the survey, manufacturing, installation and after sales for your conservatory.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is an orangery?

The term ‘orangery’ originated from Italy and grew in popularity in the 17th century – fast forward to today and orangeries can enhance any home with an elegant, classic look and provide a versatile new living space.

To what extent can I expect to spend on an orangery?

An orangery typically costs roughly £2,500 per square metre to build. All materials and labour, as well as the installation of plumbing, wiring, drywall, and light fixtures, are factored into this price. Naturally, this may vary and might be lesser if you go for a uPVC construction and build it on your own.

Is an orangery less expensive than an extension?

Construction costs for an orangery are typically 25-50% lower per square metre than those of a traditional one-story addition. When compared to extensions and conservatories, the cost to build an orangery is among the lowest.

Do I need planning permission for an orangery?

This is a question that we get asked a lot by our customers. Provided your orangery extension does not exceed these general guidelines, they should always be considered a permitted development right.

Why is it named an orangery?

Orangeries were traditionally huge, extravagant structures used to cultivate orange trees in great-period mansions. The pillars’ strength protected the oranges, yet wide expanses of glass ensured that the sun’s warmth nurtured the plants.

What distinguishes conservatories from orangeries?

The roofs of the two buildings are fundamentally different in design. One key distinction between a conservatory and an orangery is that the former typically has a full glass roof, while the latter often has a solid perimeter roof with roof lanterns to let light in.

Could I install a kitchen in the orangery?

Orangeries can function as a number of different rooms, including a kitchen, eating area, living room, playroom, music room, or even an office. However, a two-storey addition may be the ideal choice if you want something larger or extra bedroom space.