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The modern day household needs to be as green as ever before as we are constantly reminded about that damaging effects global warming can cause the planet and us as human beings. There are several ways in which we can help such as recycling on a regular basis, pulling the plug out of appliances before going to bed and relying less on our cars and using public transport more regularly. However, one of the most effective ways of reducing your carbon footprint in the home is by having an orangery installed.
Now you may never have heard of orangeries in the North West previously, but they are commonly becoming the most popular way of extending a home. Like conservatories in the North West and conservatories in Cheshire, the orangery will provide you with enormous heat all year round, so that you can turn down your heating systems, therefore making for a greener environment. The windows used in an orangery will make use of both the heat and light of the sun, making for a warm and bright experience.
They are more aesthetically pleasing than a conservatory as they are almost completely made up of brick rather than uPVC which tends to make a conservatory stand out more, sometimes not in an entirely flattering light. Although it usually costs more to install an orangery than a conservatory, the reason is because it really is the most spectacular way of extending a home. Best of all, no matter what shape or size your home is you can usually always have an orangery fitted at the back of it.
An orangery is almost certain to be an investment which lasts as long as you do in your home. It will also add value to your home and make it much more sought after.
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