Hampton Conservatories Ltd can design and create a bespoke hardwood timber conservatory or orangery in a wide range of styles to suit properties of different styles and from different eras. Each wooden conservatory or orangery is individually designed and crafted to meet your requirements whether they are to create a new living space for your home or to add a new commercial space to your business.
If you are thinking of adding additional space & introducing more natural light into your home, one of our conservatories or orangeries is the perfect solution. Each one is crafted to blend seamlessly with the style of your home, from modern and contemporary to period and listed properties. A Hampton conservatory or orangery creates welcoming additional space for entertaining, gardening, reading or relaxing.
Over the past 35 years we've used our experience & expertise to design, manufacture & install thousands of bespoke hardwood timber conservatories & bespoke hardwood timber orangeries for a variety of highly satisfied clients. From listed building conservatories and orangeries and period conservatory styles to contemporary kitchen conservatories. Hampton Conservatories manufacture bespoke timber garden rooms and bespoke timber Orangeries and timber pool houses all over the world.
Orangeries and conservatories can be made in a variety of materials from PVC to aluminium and oak to other types of wood. Which material you decide to go for depends on various factors including budget, personal choice, building regulations and how elegant you want your glass extension to look.
At Hampton conservatories we specialise in premium wooden conservatories and orangeries and only use the finest timber brought in from around the world.
Sapele mahogany comes from a species of tree known as Entandrophragma Cylindricum which is widely distributed in West and Central Africa. Sapele has the same strength class as oak but it is not as difficult to work with or maintain.
Sapele wood is well known as a decorative sliced veneer for high-class furniture, piano cases and panelling. It is also popular with high end furniture makers for internal drawer sides and rails.
A Hampton’s hardwood orangery or conservatory will always use Sapele Mahogany due to its strength and sustainable Any structural part of the conservatory or orangery including rafters, frames and posts use solid Sapele Mahogany, doors and sashes manufactured from laminated sapele mahogany for its stability
Accoya wood is a brand of timber that has been put through a process that alters the actual cell structure of wood. The process is call acetylation and is the result of over 75 years of scientific research.
Timber that has not gone through this modification process absorbs and releases water depending on the weather, causing the wood to expand and contract. This can result in the wood splitting or rotting over time. Accoya wood has been modified to reduce its cell walls, meaning it will absorb around 80% less water than traditional woods. This increases the timbers dimensional stability and lowers maintenance frequency.
In addition, due to the change that has happened in the cell structure of the wood, fungi do not recognise Accoya as wood and therefore don’t target it. Wood eating insects that attempt to eat the wood die of starvation because the modified cells make it indigestible, so Accoya is no longer a source of food for them.
Accoya is used in all our wood conservatories and orangeries as it is the best material available for the purpose and can be finished to a very high look and feel. Due to it’s rot resistance qualities it is used in the sash cills, orangery entablature mouldings, external cills and timber pilasters of our conservatories and orangeries
Most commonly, Tulipwood is the pinkish yellowish wood yielded from the tulip tree, found on the Eastern side of North America. In the United States, it is commonly known as tulip poplar or yellow poplar, even though the tree is not related to the poplars.
Tulip wood is very stable timber and is used internally on plate rails, crown mouldings and trims within our conservatory.
Hampton Conservatories Bespoke Hardwood Timber Orangeries are a popular alternative to a home extension as the combination of a substantial structure together with the luxury of outdoor living is often the ideal blend. Read More
Hampton Conservatories design, manufacture and install orangeries for both commercial and residential projects, worldwide. We understand the complexity and variation between planning and building regulations in different countries. Read More
The traditional kitchen has changed over recent years and, in many homes, has now become a multi-purpose space with many people using it as the main informal living area in their home. Consequently, orangery extensions on kitchens have become increasingly popular. Read More
Hampton Conservatories design and create bespoke Orangeries to suit properties of different styles and periods. Our experienced in-house architects can undertake the preparation and submission of all necessary drawings, plans, and application forms for statutory consents. Read More
Glass coupled with traditional stone can produce a stunning aesthetic. Hampton Conservatories have created many structures using a blend of masonry & stone that is local to the area in which the project is located, thereby establishing a sense of place and ensuring that the structure blend with the vernacular architecture. Read More
Hampton Conservatories design and create bespoke conservatories in a wide range of designs to suit properties of different styles and from different eras, including Victorian Conservatories, Edwardian Conservatories, Georgian Conservatories, as well as Contemporary Conservatories and Modern Conservatories. Read More
Hampton Conservatories have completed numerous custom hardwood conservatory projects in Europe, North America, Asia and even Australia. We liaise with local architects to ensure that all local planning regulations and conservation requirements are observed. Read More
Every Kitchen Conservatory is fully bespoke so that it totally meets your specific requirements and lifestyle needs. Whether simple or complex in its size and configuration, the designer working on your project will not only be able to advise you on what’s appropriate for your property. Read More
The designers at Hampton Conservatories have created numerous extensions for properties with listed building status. Formal architectural and design qualifications combined with years of experience has resulted in the perfect mix of skills necessary to deliver the sometimes complex and delicate task of producing a conservatory design solution that will be acceptable for listed building consent. Read More
Hampton Conservatories have designed and built many structures using a combination of solid roofing materials and glazed panels. On certain sites, these designs offer the required benefit of additional shade in the summer and a greater feeling of enclosure in the winter. Read More
Conservatories are frequently created in the most unlikely places and a valuable extra room can be built in a previously unused part of a courtyard or garden. In towns and cities, where many houses and flats have living accommodation and gardens that are small, every square metre is a valuable asset that you can use to improve both the quality of your life and the value of your property. Read More
Hampton Conservatories have completed numerous projects for the commercial sector, including commercial bespoke hardwood conservatories and bespoke Orangeries for Hotels, Bars and Restaurants; Care Homes; Universities; Heritage Buildings and Government Buildings. Read More
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