Cosy OrangeriesGet Your Designs
Because of their brickwork, dwarf walls, and pillars, our orangeries are a popular option throughout Littlehampton, West Sussex, and the surrounding area. These features work to create a cosy ambience for your property, and the glass roofs that come fitted with our orangeries maximise the natural light to create a beautiful living space.
Alternative To Extensions
If you would like to expand your Littlehampton or West Sussex home, then consider our orangeries. Although orangeries come with several features that make them similar to extensions in terms of style and function, orangeries are a more affordable and cost-effective option than extensions. Because of this, our orangeries are popular amongst Littlehampton or West Sussex homeowners.
Not only are our orangeries cost-effective in their upfront cost, but they are also cost-effective as they may reduce your bills over time. As our orangeries are not prone to temperature fluctuations, you may find that you rely less on your central heating and, as a result, may notice a reduction in your utility bills.
We offer numerous further customisation options for your orangery. We can provide cornices that are curved or one-, two-, or three-tiered that are available in four standard colours and any RAL colour. Our super-insulated columns can also be added to your orangery in different colours, panelling, and sizes for more warmth.
Our orangery roofs can be designed with larger spans and door openings. They also come with different glazing options, including shaped, side-shaped, full-length panels, or a combination of all three. We also offer performance glazing with a 1.0 W/m²K U-value and high or low light transmission and solar rejection depending on how much sun your orangery gets.
Range of Conservatory Roof Styles
View our range of conservatory roofs, compatible with all of our Architect Designed Living Spaces and find the perfect solution for your home.
Get 3 FREE designs in 2 simple steps.
Available Online, In-Store or At Home
Experience the freedom of obtaining the products you desire, tailored to your preferences. Our dedicated team is always available to assist you whenever you require assistance. Your satisfaction is our priority.
Request a quote, use our digital designer or schedule a free one-to-one session with a design expert
Email us to learn more or to book an appointment to visit the showroom.
Have our friendly design expert over to discuss your project, advise and take measurements for an on-the-spot quote.
Our decorative super-insulated columns provide high levels of comfort and have a U-value of only 0.15 W/m²K. Our slimline ridges are 30% slimmer than traditional ridges and come with high-performance thermal breaks to prevent cold spots and condensation.
Our orangery roofs are BBA-approved and come with a 25-year life expectancy certificate. They have been wind-tested at speeds of up to 130mph and fire-tested by Warringtonfire. Our orangery roofs are also capable of withstanding up to 4m of unsupported bifold or sliding doors.
Exova Warringtonfire tests our conservatory roofs to ensure compliance with fire safety. Our orangery roofs also fully comply with the latest Building Regulations and have been pre-approved by Assent and JHAI.
Our orangery roofs consist of a vaulted ceiling and have an internal pelmet around the perimeter. This provides a space for you to install lights or speakers in a living space that is usually difficult to light.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is an orangery?
Previously, orangeries were owned by wealthy families. These days, they are no longer exclusive to the elite and can be enjoyed by anyone. Featuring solid construction, dwarf walls around the perimeter, and a decorative roof lantern, orangeries will make for an excellent addition to any Littlehampton or West Sussex home.
What is the difference between an orangery and a conservatory?
Conservatories feature more glass to let in more light, which makes them feel bright and spacious. Orangeries, on the other hand, feel more enclosed due to their more solid construction. This means that orangeries face less temperature fluctuations, making them ideal for year-round living and entertaining.
Orangeries also emulate the look and feel of house extensions, whereas conservatories serve as a seamless transition between the inside and outside.
Is an orangery warmer than a conservatory?
Because an orangery features more solid construction and a conservatory features more glass, orangeries tend to retain more heat. However, the glazing and materials used all contribute to the overall thermal efficiency.
How much are orangeries?
It is difficult to provide a price for your orangery as customisation options, your exact location in Littlehampton, West Sussex, or the surrounding area, and other factors contribute to the overall costs. The best way to get a price is to call us at 01903 723362.
Kayvex has replaced several windows in my home and fitted a new door. The service provided was fantastic.. all the staff were efficient, polite, professional and did a superb job. The cost was reasonable, and at all times, I was kept informed of the progress of the jobs undertaken. An excellent company to deal with.
I am very happy with my new porch door. It is very well made and has been fitted very well. It was a new fit rather than a replacement door. The fitters were extremely tidy, polite and conscientious. Leaving everywhere very tidy. They even bought their own hoover. The price was very reasonable compared with other quotes. No pushy salesman either. I would use it again as and when the need arises.
We had our patio door fitted yesterday and felt I needed to leave a review, as this experience was one of the best we have ever had. The price was fantastic, the salesman George was professional, efficient and not pushy at all. The surveyor was nice too; the fitters were brilliant, every appointment was precisely on time, the paperwork was emailed when they said it would be, and the payments required were staged, with the final payment due once fitted and happy.
The door is perfect; it was 6 weeks from start to finish despite being quoted 12 weeks (which we were happy with). I would not hesitate to recommend Kayvex to anyone, it all seemed a bit too good to be true quite honestly. Well done, Kayvex.
From Sales to the installation of our “Warm Roof”, we could not fault the service we received. Everyone we came into contact with was excellent. Nothing was too much trouble for our installation team. We would not hesitate to use Kayvex again or to recommend them.
A neighbour recommended us Kayvex. From start to finish we received a very good service, John visited and offered very good advice on the products we required. Shelley and Tia were always available to answer any enquiries, and Wayne was also very informative when carrying out the survey, talking us through the fitting process and talking in detail about the products we were purchasing.
We had doors and windows fitted, and Paul and Brandon carried out the fitting. They arrived on time each day, were friendly in their approach, and carried out the fitting to a high standard whilst being respectful of our home with their tidiness.
We found all the members of the team friendly and knowledgeable and would recommend Kayvex to anyone having door and window home improvements.