Conservatory & Orangery Specialist
uPVC, Aluminium & Timber Conservatories Installed in Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Dorset & West Sussex
Brackenwood’s conservatory collection presents a wide range of options, from traditional to contemporary and modern. Classic conservatory designs remain highly popular, with styles such as Edwardian, Gable, Victorian, Lean To, Georgian, and T-Shaped able to enrich any property.
For those wanting the wow factor of a really solid structure with unparalleled insulation, our orangery collection offers unrivalled choice and style.
What's the difference between a conservatory & orangery?
Although both are excellent options for extending your property, there are some important differences.
A classic conservatory is predominantly constructed of glass panels within a uPVC, aluminium or timber frame. Orangeries have a more solid construction, with brick/solid frame, heavy duty foundations and roof lantern.
Available Throughout Hampshire, Berkshire, Surrey, Dorset & West Sussex
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Materials Available for Conservatory Frames
Choose the right conservatory material
For most homeowners, uPVC keeps costs low while performing reliably year after year. The weather-resistant plastic requires little maintenance - just an occasional clean with soap and water keeps uPVC looking fresh.
Versatile uPVC suits traditional or contemporary homes. Though slightly less durable than aluminium over decades, uPVC delivers hassle-free, cost-effective protection.
With the highest sustainability, security, style, and viewing potential, aluminium conservatory frames bring unique advantages. The durable, low-maintenance nature provides long-lasting, hassle-free performance.
For a more sustainable, ethical conservatory window with several custom styling possibilities, superior views, and military-level robustness, aluminium frames are the superior choice.
Wooden conservatory frames were the most common choice before the introduction of low-cost uPVC. Wood has the lowest heat conductivity of the common frame materials, whilst also being environmentally friendly.
Listed buildings often require a timber-look to any extensions, however modern aluminium and uPVC can perfectly mimic the appearance and options of wooden structures.