Orangeries & Conservatories
Hampshire - Surrey - West Sussex 

2 Barnham Road, Barnham,
Nr. Chichester
West Sussex; PO22 0ES
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Stunningly beautiful Orangeries and Conservatories designed and constructed by craftsmen

Tech Stuff.....
The majority of our conservatories and orangeries are constructed in timber (including a 

range of hardwood, Siberian Larch, oak or Engineered timber). We do our best to ensure 

we only use hardwood from certified renewable resources. If your property already has 

wood framed windows, a timber conservatory or orangery is going to be the likeliest 

material to compliment and indeed enhance the existing architecture.
When timber isn't an essential pre-requisite we find more and more clients are leaning 

towards aluminium. Advanced thermal separation technology combined with the 

appropriate balance of heating and ventilation has done away with condensation running 

in free flow down aluminium frames. And being available in a rainbow of colours 

aluminium certainly lends itself to contemporary, innovative and minimalist design.
PVC Orangeries
Many, new homes irrespective of price, are being constructed with PVC windows and 

doors and it seems sensible to offer a high quality orangery product with which to match 

existing materials. There is however a vast and confusing range of PVC products available 

in the market at price points that bear more relation to the ability of the salesman than 

the quality of the product. Our PVC orangeries while generally less expensive that 

hardwood or aluminium, are unashamedly exceptional in quality.
Please note:

Our conservatories are constructed from timber only; for PVC or aluminium 

conservatories please contact our specialist division at
By combining self-cleaning, solar control glass with the very best in glazed thermal 

insulation, we can ensure you have all year round comfort.
The latest self-cleaning glazing technology uses daylight to break down organic dirt, such 

as bird droppings, which washes away when it rains leaving the glass clean with reduced 

streaks, giving a clear clean view (during prolonged dry periods you can just spray the 

roof with a hose to wash away the dirt). 

As effective as high performance glass is, it is important to combine its use with 

appropriate heating and ventilation.
Technical Drawings and Specifications
With our proposal will supply you with technical drawings and detailed specification of 

joinery and glazing components  


To talk to us or to arrange a free consultation with one of our designers, telephone 01243 933034  or
 click ‘Contact Us’ on the menu bar above and fill in the enquiry form