Many thanks to Mark & Stuart for carrying out a first class job to our house fitting seven new windows and a front door, both of you are a credit to your company.
DEREK & ROSEMARY LABORNE - 01/02/2013
One you’ve seen some of our Orangery installations you will fall in love with them.
They blend the traditional elegance of classic styling and craftsmanship with the benefits achieved from modern materials and building techniques - but don't take our word for it; take a look at some of our stunning installations. Traditionally the preserve of the aristocracy and designed to fulfil their requirements for exotic fruits, these exquisitely designed buildings add style and interest to any home. Today, many of these extravagant Orangeries belong to stately homes and are now maintained by the National Trust, ensuring our heritage is secure for future generations.
Now Anglian offers you the opportunity to add one of their sumptuous Orangeries to your home, designed to sympathetically merge with your home, giving you cost effective extra living space with that little extra grandeur. Typically made with solid brick pillars and large glazed windows to the capture the light, your new Orangery will help create a new stylish environment with real depth and longevity.
Available in uPVC or Timber frame and ranging from White Knight and Golden Oak to Dark Woodgrain and Anthracite Grey, at Anglian we have a wide range of frame finishes available for your new Orangery that can also be combined with hand-made decorative glass for an even more unique look.
Our design and construction staff at Anglian work tirelessly to achieve the highest levels of aesthetics and performance, whilst utilising the very best of modern materials and craftsmanship to deliver you an orangery that you will undoubtedly love.
St Austell is the largest town in Cornwall; located 50 miles from Lands End. The Office for National Statistics (ONS) estimates the population at approximately 30,000.
The town holds Speedway Races at its racecourse ‘Rocky Park’ and their local team are in the Speedway Premier League (the middle ground of three British leagues: the Elite League, the Premier League, and the National League).