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Winner Best of Houzz 2017 - Service

We are delighted to announce that we have won another “Best Of Houzz” award.

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Darren Collins | 18th January 2017

Sapele Hardwood: Under the Microscope

In this blog we look at the principal building material used to frame our timber roof lanterns - FSC® certified Sapele.

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Annabel Fenwick | 7th November 2016

The Glass Extension - A Brief History

We look back at the origins and inspirations of the modern day glass extension.

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Annabel Fenwick | 16th August 2016

Planning Your Orangery Extension

Thinking about building an orangery extension? Read some useful insider tips before commencing your project.

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Darren Collins | 30th June 2016

How to Light Your Orangery Extension

With the addition of pendant lighting to our related products we thought it only fitting to write an article on how to light your space.

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Darren Collins | 26th May 2016

The Costs of an Orangery Extension

In a recent costing exercise based on a typical extension of 20 SQM with three elevations we were able to complete some budget pricing.

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Darren Collins | 19th April 2016

Get the Orangery Look with Just Roof Lanterns

Here we give you the key ingredients to create a beautiful orangery look; lantern, doors and fascia, all supplied by Just Roof Lanterns.

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Annabel Fenwick | 21st March 2016

Fabulous Orangery Roof Installation in North London

This week we installed one of our Harrington lanterns on substantial double fronted Victorian property in Belsize Park, north London.

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Annabel Fenwick | 11th February 2016

Winner Best of Houzz 2016 - Design

We are delighted to announce that we have won “Best Of Design” on Houzz, the leading platform for home renovation and design.

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Annabel Fenwick | 12th January 2016

Building Regulations and Glazed Extensions

If you are increasing the floor print by over 25% you have to comply to Part L1B of building regulations.

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Annabel Fenwick | 2nd December 2015