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With 46 years of experience in building beautiful solutions for our customers' homes, we thought it was time to share.

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How to choose the right conservatory company

Installing a conservatory or orangery to your home can be one of the best moves you ever make. A bespoke conservatory not only creates a light-filled extension to your living space that you can enjoy all year round, but it can also give your property a completely new look - and even increase its ...

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6 ways to use a conservatory

Adding a conservatory to your home is a great way to meet your need for more space without the expense and stress of a conventional extension. With the latest insulated roofs and high tech glass, modern conservatories are comfortable places to relax in all year round. But what else can you use your ...

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Different options for conservatory heating

When you’ve spent a lot of time, money and effort adding a stylish new conservatory or orangery to your home, you deserve to be able to use it all year round. In the past, many conservatories have proved difficult to heat and were therefore often underused during the colder months. However, the ...

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Is a glass conservatory roof or a lightweight tiled roof the best choice?

Whether you’re planning a new conservatory as a beautiful, light-filled extension to your home or thinking of upgrading your existing conservatory with a new thermally efficient roof, the first decision you will be making is the choice of material. Today’s conservatory roofs are a far cry from the ...

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How to keep your conservatory and orangery in great condition

Enjoy bright mornings, sunny afternoons and relaxing candlelit evenings in your new conservatory when you follow our insider tips on keeping it in tip-top condition. 

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Conservatory Planning permission: is it necessary?

It may be a surprise to learn that when you are planning to enhance your house with a stylish new conservatory or orangery, the decision is not entirely up to you. You’ll often need to get planning approval from the local authority and failing to run these checks could be a costly mistake. Applying ...

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Commonly Asked Questions About Building A Conservatory Or Orangery

Conservatories and orangeries have increased in popularity over recent years.   With the increase in housing prices nationwide, more and more homeowners are looking to extend their current home rather than upsize to a new home.  

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How long will the delivery and installation of a new conservatory or orangery take

Planning a new conservatory or orangery is a very exciting project but it can also mean a considerable amount of upheaval in both your house and your garden, with builders, decorators and other tradesmen requiring access to your property for a period probably lasting several days or even weeks. ...

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A guide to planning and building regulations in South Oxfordshire

Property owners in South Oxfordshire who are thinking about having building work carried out at their home, such as the construction of an extension, orangery or conservatory, have plenty to consider. As well as considering their budget, how they plan to use the space and the choice of a design ...

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6 Reasons Why You Need an Orangery

Due to the high costs of relocating to a new home, homeowners who need more space often choose to extend rather than move. The original orangeries were built in the 17th century by wealthy aristocrats to allow citrus fruits to be grown in the cool climates of Northern Europe: today, an orangery is ...

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