Orangery Roof Systems | Orangery Roof Design | Ploughcroft
Whitehall Chambers, Halifax Road, Hipperholme, Halifax, HX3 8EN
01422 202 919
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enjoy the benefits of year round use of your orangery.

  • COOL IN SUMMER, WARM IN WINTER
  • CHOICE OF ROOF COLOURS
  • LETS IN MORE LIGHT

Orangery Roof Replacement by Ploughcroft

Available as a retro-fit or for a newly built orangery our roof provides an energy efficient, safe solution compliant with current building regulations. Whether you suffer from your orangery being too cold in the winter or too hot in the summer Ploughcroft ensures that you will never suffer from temperature woes again.

Vaulted Ceiling

As with our Conservatory roofs, Ploughcroft will ensure that the inside of your new orangery roofing meets all your design requirements. Finished in plaster and with optional recessed spotlights recreate the feeling of a brand new extension in your existing orangery.

Exterior Features

The built-in soffit and fascia on the orangery roof, together with our broad range of tile options, make your new roof orangery roof match your existing roof as naturally and seamlessly as possible. Why not opt for exterior lighting for a modern wow factor to complete the look?

Sky Vista

A Sky Vista on your orangery roof provides excellent natural light in your room with the thermal efficiency that you would expect from all of our products.

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ORANGERY ROOF REPLACEMENT

“Excellent company, excellent staff, excellent response”

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Benefits:

  • Stay cool in summer, warm in winter,
  • Designed to your requirements,
  • Choice of roof colours to match your existing roof,
  • Addition on Sky Vista adds more natural light.

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