Conservatories & Orangeries

Quality Installations originally started with the construction of
conservatories.   In fact i have personally been involved in the
construction of well over two hundred in the time i've been a builder.

I and my team strive to provide the best of the latest technologies with the best of traditional skills.   I have an eye for aesthetics and will always suggest the best way of adding a conservatory to the property and for that matter any other project you have in mind. 

If you would like advice and are planning a conservatory please do not hesitate to contact me David on 07967 056447 or 01395 577503 alternatively contact us through the contact page.


The photo below shows a lantern type roof.

Its a cross between an extension and a conservatory, similar to an orangery, it looks very impressive and stylish.


This conservatory has a highly insulated reflective self cleaning glass roof.  Another feature is the double sliding patio doors with fixed side full height panels.  It opens up the view from inside.

Mr & Mrs Newcombe were delighted with the conservatory.

See how nice the glass looks compared with a polycarbonate roof.

This conservatory we built for Mr & Mrs Church of Topsham.

The conservatory has reflective roof glass andobscure glass to the neighbour’s side.  It is also wood grain brown outside onwhite inside.


The Pilkington self cleaning reflective glass looks very nice.


David & Alix Fairley's conservatory in Lyme Regis

When we were asked to replace the existing conservatory which was half the
size and subsiding, we recommended piling the foundations.  The foundations were
piled and concrete was poured into a trench with reinforced metal rebar to hold
the entire foundation frame in place.  The conservatory has a suspended
ventilated timber floor and is tiled over an insulated under floor electric
heating mat.  The conservatory also has reflective self cleaning glass roof.
Another feature was the use of the stone brick work.

Davis and Alix were very impressed with our work and had us do many
alterations and projects to the property. 

















David & Alix's Fairley's new conservatory after the decking installation

Mr & Mrs Hendersons conservatory in Radlett in Hertfordshire.

We built this back in 2002.

It shows what you can do with a little imagination.

This conservatory is Ian & Mandy Rankins of Oldbury-on-Severn.

Ian & Mandy invited me up to quote for the conservatory after seeing their son’s conservatory we built in Exeter.
I went up to Oldbury-on-Severn which is about 100 miles from Sidmouth to survey and cost for a conservatory that would complement the existing building. The position of the conservatory is to face almost due south. The conservatory had to be designed to cope with the sun and be insulated to cope with the countryside winters.


Ian & Amanda put us up in a chalet bungalow for the duration of our stay
to complete the project. Staying in
oldbury-on-Severn saved us 200 miles a day commuting. We finished the job bang
on time to the day thanks to staying near the build.

We laid a reinforced raft foundation; the ground was unstable so this was a solution
instead of standard strip foundations.

As you can see we have built the matching brick outer wall.


Ian & Mandy's conservatory under construction, nearly there.

















The completed conservatory. I thinkthis was the perfect match.

The conservatory boasts, Automatic electric roof vents within a Pilkington
reflective self cleaning roof, highly insulated double glazed units with Argon gas and Swiss spacers. 
Reflective window glass with Georgian bars to mimic the
house bars. Double French door sets to allow great access. Highly insulated
raft foundation and dwarf walls. A+3 rated insulated windows.

This conservatory has been in use now for three years and Ian & Amanda say it is highly useable throughout the year. 

 Not your usual conservatory!!!

















A close up photo of the conservatory.