"We use the finest, high quality hardwood materials to manufacture Conservatories"
Conservatories can be manufactured from a range of materials including UPVC, Aluminium and Timber. Of these materials, timber is the only one which can be machined to suit any kind of design. Our timber conservatories are competitive with aluminium on price, and while they are costlier than UPVC initially, when viewed over a period of 30 years the total cost for timber is actually less than the total cost for UPVC. This is because most PVC frames will need replacing after 20-25 years – the plastic becomes brittle and discoloured due to exposure to UV light – whereas hardwood frames are able to be repainted and repaired, and with proper maintenance can be expected to last for 50 years or more.
Orangeries UK only manufacture conservatories using hardwood materials, which include Oak, Sapele and Idigbo. The benefits of using timber include a more elegant and luxurious appearance, enhanced durability, better design flexibility, lower overall cost of ownership and more. Using responsibly-sourced hardwoods means that our products are made from natural, renewable resources and are “Eco Friendly”. We only use timber sourced through environmentally friendly and approved suppliers.
Hardwood also provides a more rigid structure, allowing for larger roofs and other details which can be designed without the need for unsightly steel brackets. Where steels are required, they can often be “built-into” the timbers so that they are not visible once the building is finished. Timber has been used for thousands of years as a building material, with good reason. Its beautiful appearance and impressive strength make it the perfect material for building structures. Our joinery is available in a number of different stains and paint colours to give it a look to suit your preferences.
Timber is a common material we use, it’s beautiful, sleek appearance make it a perfect material for building structures. It is available in a number of different stains to give it colour and patterns (wood grains) to fit your design preferences.
As well as other hardwoods, we often use European Oak. Its circular grain patterns and ribbon features make it an attractive and durable product for use in conservatory structures. The Oak we use is of very high quality and is treated for long life and durability against weathering, mould and wood rot.
If you want to add an elegant, beautiful feature onto your property, there is no better way than a hardwood conservatory. Alongside this, Orangeries UK can also manufacture window frames, doors and other components to match the style of your conservatory or orangery.