Our charming, first-rate orangeries in Mawdesley allow you to enjoy the summer sunshine. We are proud to be the region’s leading suppliers and installers of doors, windows, orangeries and conservatories. We manufacture, retail and install the products throughout Lancashire, Merseyside, Liverpool, Southport, Preston, Warrington and beyond. We also undertake full renovations, new builds, extensions, project management and home improvements. You can also rely on us for excellent assistance with drains, ceilings and partitions. If you need our help with planning applications for your projects, we’re at your service.
For clients in Mawdesley, orangeries can transform a dimly lit kitchen or dining area into a gorgeous, airy and bright space. Ours is a one-stop-shop for all your building requirements. We have a team of highly-trained, qualified and licensed professionals who handle both domestic and commercial projects. We ensure that the work is completed in the minimum time, with the least disruption to your life and work. We’ll provide you with timely and regular updates. Our clients are glad to recommend our services to their friends and family. This is because they have always found us to be professional, trustworthy and competent. We are also flexible where we need to be, in case there are minor changes to your plans.
We can provide information and advice on orangeries in Mawdesley. We are glad to provide a range of classic, elegant, or contemporary designs to suit your tastes. Your orangery is your special, all-year-round space that can be used by everyone in the family. It is a beneficial add-on that can add value and kerb appeal to your property if you should choose to sell, rent or lease. For more details on how we can assist, contact Countrywide. With a history that spans more than five centuries, the orangery was most popular in the 18th and 19th centuries. They were originally built to house exotic fruits and plants that were brought in from colonies in the tropics. The beauty of the orangery lies in its exquisite form, symmetry and scale. Today, it is more of an extension to the home, expanding the usable space. The roof is usually made partially of brick, with brick pillars, making it more solid than a conservatory.