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Hobbies to Enjoy in your Orangery this Spring

28/03/2017 A small orangery on a modern home

Now that we’ve passed the spring equinox, the hours of daylight exceed the hours of night-time. With all that lovely natural light, your orangery is the perfect place to pursue a hobby. If you are stuck for something to do, here are a few ideas.Plant a Plant NurseryOrangeries were originally so na...

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Mind Your 'P's and L's': Three Contemporary Conservatory Designs

22/03/2017 A P shaped conservatory on a home

Three of our most contemporary designs are the Lean-to, the L-shaped and the P-shaped conservatories. Each have their own charms and they are suitable for different types of properties. In this week’s blog, we’ll take a closer look at the benefits of these three related, but very different and v...

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How Conservatory Designs Have Evolved through History

17/03/2017 A historical conservatory design

Like all architectural features, conservatories have evolved throughout their history. This week, we thought we’d take a quick survey through that evolution and see how historical antecedents have bequeathed us the modern conservatory. The Grand TourDuring the Eighteenth Century, it was the f...

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Re-Roofing Service for Any Type of Conservatory

08/03/2017 An Edwardian conservatory with a tiled roof

We recently introduced our new conservatory re-roofing service. Our experienced team of builders can transform your conservatory with a replacement roofing system from Guardian Warm Roofs. We can change how your conservatory looks and feels by adding a tiled insulated roof and we can supply this ser...

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Live the Good Life with our Special Offer on Edwardian Conservatories

01/03/2017 A brown Victorian Conservatory attached to a brick home

The Edwardian era (1901 - 1910) was an era that celebrated the good life. Britain still had an Empire and this was the source of a huge amount of wealth. The Edwardian upper classes that are lampooned in the novels of PG Wodehouse lived luxuriant lifestyles and, increasingly, so did the newly emerge...

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