Stylish, modern, customisable spaces that add value to your home and impress your neighbours in Scotland.
Our Homeshield orangery designs are made to flood your living space with natural light from the glass lantern structure on the roof and the large windows on the sides. When you work with our design team, you’ll be in charge of the project – selecting the perfect style, colour, and roof design for an orangery that truly complements your Scottish home.
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Homeshield Orangeries Scotland
Unique, bright and stylish – our orangeries in Scotland will add a touch of luxury to any home. Whilst an orangery is quite a traditional-looking extension to your home, you can either lean into that with a more traditional style or inject some modern energy into your new extension to better match your home and style preferences. We’ve been installing orangeries in Scotland for 15+ years, and our tried and tested bespoke design service is sure to impress.
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Top Orangery Installers in Scotland
Homeshield is one of the top orangery installers in Scotland for a reason. Every part of the process, no matter who you’re dealing with, from our friendly sales team to our experienced installers, is designed to keep things as streamlined as possible, so we all know where we stand. The experienced team at Homeshield will guide you through each stage.
Orangeries do follow a few general rules to make them orangeries. For example, you’ll usually have a flat roof with a glass lantern above to help light flood in and windows on all exposed sides. But besides that, the style, design, and shape can all very much be customised to suit your home and your preferences. And with our top-quality building materials and double-glazing or triple-glazing options, you’ll have a comfortable and secure addition to your home to enjoy.
As an experienced orangery installer in Scotland, we can help you design the perfect space for your home that works as the perfect connection between your garden space and home.
Livinroof & Ultraroof
If you’re looking to replace an old orangery roof due to poor construction or a desire to breathe new life into a space that doesn’t need replacing in its entirety, then you’ve come to the right place. Homeshield offers cost-effective and simple-to-fit pre-packaged roof solutions in the form of Livinroof and Ultraroof that provide top thermal performances, unique designs and versatility.
Our Partners, Accreditations & Awards
We operate with a number of key partners and are accredited with a number of industry standards, so you know we are a home improvement company you can trust.
In addition, we’ve been recognised with national awards including ‘Best Home Improvement Company’ by the UK Enterprise Awards three years in succession.
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We Cover All Of Scotland
At Homeshield we take great pride in our position as Scotland’s definitive home improvement service. We place customer care and satisfaction as central to the ethos within our organisation.
We can make an appointment for one of our sales representatives to visit your home when it is convenient for you. A member of our team will help you select the best products for your project and provide a free quote. All of our products are expertly fitted by local, fully qualified professional installers.
Orangery Scotland FAQs
Here are some of our frequently asked questions by our customers.
Providing an average cost for an orangery in Scotland is difficult because very few orangeries we help create for homeowners end up being similar. With different sizes, styles, and shapes on offer, not to mention optional extras, no single Homeshield orangery is ever truly the same, so no single final bill is ever truly the same either.
With that said, you could realistically spend anywhere from £5,000 for a smaller 4m x 4m orangery, up to £60,000+ for a larger, 7m x 7m orangery construction.
How much yours might cost will depend on different factors such as:
- Material – uPVC orangery vs aluminium orangery vs timber orangery etc
- How unique the design is
- Type of roof
- Level of glazing
- Heating requirements
- Ventilation system
We can provide an individual quote if you contact us with your requirements. A member of our team will be able to sit with you and discuss your options when you reach out before providing a free, no-obligation quote.
In most cases, installing an orangery at your home will not require planning permission because they’re usually treated as permitted development, so your building project can typically start without local authority or council permission.
However, there are also a few conditions that need to be satisfied in order to avoid planning permission, including the following:
- The property must not have already been extended
- The orangery must not extend over more than 50% of the garden area
- The roof must not reach any higher that the existing property roof (and must not exceed 4 metres, or 3 metres if within 2 metres of a boundary)
- The orangery should not include any elevated platforms
Meeting these requirements will usually mean you can continue with your orangery home improvement project without seeking permission from your local planning authority. However, if ever you’re unsure, our expert installation team are well-versed in the nuances of planning permission when it comes to home improvements, and we will be able to advise further. If you’re really concerned about planning, you can contact your local planning authority directly, too.
The main benefit of Orangeries Scotland is that they’re incredibly versatile, allowing you to turn it into almost any space you can imagine to suit your needs. In addition to its versatility, you can also expect several other benefits, including:
- Additional space
- Natural light that’ll transform your living spaces
- The perfect link between your garden and home
- Balanced costs – giving you extra space without the high price tags of extensions
- Added property value (some estimates suggest as much as 15%)
- Fully bespoke – allowing you to create a space that works for you
- Robust and secure build – meaning it’s built to last and with your safety and security in mind
Yes, you can. Homeshield Scotland’s orangeries have often been used as both kitchens and dining areas. Obviously, in the case of using it as a kitchen, you must also install the necessary plumbing and electrical connections for a kitchen as well as make sure the ventilation you install is suitable. This is because, with the addition of a kitchen, you will add a lot of heat and moisture-producing equipment which could lead to damp and condensation issues if left unchecked.