Orangeries & Conservatories

Conservatories are an ideal way of enhancing your property by adding extra living space or simply to provide you with a room in which to relax and enjoy the garden. As a company with years of experience, we will carefully design and construct your new conservatory to the highest standards using only the very finest materials.

Every conservatory is individually built using Kömmerling frames for performance and extra strength as well as a unique roof system that will keep out the elements ensuring many years of pleasure.

Falling between a conservatory and a full blown extension is an Orangery with a little more brickwork and wall space than a conservatory it is designed to enhance your home. with choice of boxed out lighting and cornice style guttering it truly will become the talking point of your property.

 

The real beauty of a well designed conservatory or orangery is the creation of additional space and added value to your property. It is a room for all seasons and will become the focal point of your home. We craft a number of designs, so you are sure to find a conservatory suited to your needs that will bring elegance and beauty to your house. Our conservatories come in the following designs; Gable, Edwardian, Victorian, P shape, T shape as well as Lean-to.

 

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Victorians

One of the most frequently seen styles of conservatories, the Victorian can be distinguished by its traditional front elevation, comprising of 3 or 5 facets and use of ornate detailing along the centre of the roof.

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Edwardians

The Edwardian (also referred to as Georgian) style of conservatory is similar to the Victorian. The main difference is that they are rectangular on plan maximising the use of internal space.

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Lean-to

Lean-To conservatories are usually rectangular with a low pitch roof. The ideal choice for bungalows or other homes where there may be a height restriction. Also known as Sunrooms or Studio rooms

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Gables

Gables are recognisable from their rectangular floor plan. A major feature of this style is that the front elevation windows extend to meet the roofs apex. This helps to maximise the feeling of light and space.