Conservatories and Orangeries are different but have many similarities, the main difference is that a conservatory roof is connected directly to the side-framing, whereas an Orangery has a flat roof element. Both orangeries and conservatories can incorporate brickwork sections or piers as part of structure, but it is more common for these to be a significant part of the structure within an Orangery.
An alternative to u PVC conservatories is a Hardwood conservatory. Perhaps you live in a listed building or a conservation area where planning requires you to have a Hardwood conservatory or perhaps you would like something different, to match your life style.
A prestigious Hardwood conservatory will certainly provide this and more.
While many customers opt for uPVC frames, aluminium is becoming increasingly sought-after by homeowners. Aluminium is the alternative choice of material for conservatories and conservatory roofs. Aluminium is a stronger material, allowing for more adventurous designs. A further benefit for some consumers is that aluminium frames have a slimmer profile than the PVC option.