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Orangeries have become increasingly popular in the UK as homeowners look for stylish ways to extend their homes, building an orangery in Spring is ideal.

If you have been thinking about building an orangery for a while, then now is the perfect time to do it.

Spring is synonymous with new beginnings, so what better time to make this highly sought-after and practical addition to your home?

Still not convinced?

Keep reading to find out more reasons why you should build an orangery this Spring. Plus, how you are going to do it.

Why is Spring the best time to build an orangery?

There are many reasons why Spring is the best time of year to build an orangery or a conservatory. These include:

The change in weather

When laying the foundations for your orangery, poor weather conditions can disrupt the work and cause long delays. However, as the weather becomes warmer and less harsh from April onwards, you are much more likely to be able to complete your build within the allocated timeframe.
Spring sales

Many manufacturers of orangeries and conservatories offer spring sales which can help you to save a significant amount of money on your new investment. Even if they are not advertising a specific special offer, there is no harm in asking for a discount.

Ready for summer

If you start the build of your orangery in Spring, it will be completed well in time for summer so that you can enjoy your new space with the sunshine shining down on you.

Save energy

An orangery is extremely energy efficient, so if you are looking to cut down on your energy bills (who isn’t?), then building an orangery in Spring can get you ready to save big over winter.

Plus, if you are worried about overheating in the summer, all you need to do is add some blinds, and you can easily control the amount of sunlight coming into your new structure.

Increase value of your home

If you are thinking about selling your home and you want to increase its value by up to 10% and increase its appeal to prospective buyers, then an orangery is a great addition. Furthermore, as September is one of the most popular times of the year when it comes to buying a new home, if you build your orangery in Spring, you can enjoy it over the summer and have it ready for an influx of buyers in autumn.

How long does it take to build an orangery?

The average timeframe for building an orangery in the UK is between 3-5 weeks, depending on the size of the structure and its complexity.

This includes the conservatory design, laying the foundations, building the walls, laying the floors, fitting the roof, and completing the orangery’s interior.

This is from start to finish, barring any unforeseen complications.

Are you ready to start building an orangery for your home this Spring? Get in touch with our friendly and experienced team here and let us help you create the perfect orangery or conservatory for your home.

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