Orangeries sometimes referred to as Garden Rooms, Conservatories or Summer Houses. The classic style of the orangery originated in the 17th century when they were first used by the nobility to cultivate citrus fruit and other exotic plants.Get a Quote
In the 18th century, they became fashionable with wealthy homeowners as a great setting for year round entertaining. This trend has now been further developed and for many, an orangery now bridges a gap – it is more formal and room-like than a conservatory and offers far more light than an ordinary brick-built extension.
With imaginative use of standard and custom-made components from Procter Cast Stone, our expertise can lend a sense of tradition and solidity to your project. We can provide all the Architectural Stonework required to create an Orangery of classical or contemporary design which will compliment your property and enhance the landscape.
With a team of dedicated individuals at your service to supply and install the stonework, we can work with you to help fashion a building of lasting beauty.