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The Hardwood Range of conservatories - affordable luxury


A versatile hardwood obtained from sustainable plantation sources in the Ivory Coast, Ghana, called Idigbo is used throughout.  Selected sections are used for a combination of strength, durability, machining flexibility and an ability to accept a wide range of finishes.  The timber is naturally resistant to wood rot and fungal attack and the natural oils present in the timber make it resistant to moisture penetration.

  • Moisture content - kiln dried to 12-14%
  • Strength (Young's Modulus is a measure of elasticity; the higher the value the greater the strength) - 9300 (for comparison Brazilian Mahogany is 8600 and softwood 7300)
  • Specification conformance - Class 1 Hardwood to BS1186
  • Framework dimensions- standard depth 70mm with 56mm wide mullion and projecting stormproof casements.
  • Roof wind and snow loading - satisfies BS1186


  • Low maintenance, polyester powder coated aluminium weather cappings as standard - in white or brown (other colour options available at extra cost)
  • Cast aluminium polyester powder coated finials and crests are standard on bespoke designs - in white or brown (other colour options available at extra cost)
  • Exitex PVC finials and crests fitted over aluminium base capper are standard on the modular range


  • Paint finishes - spirit based primer with one water-based topcoat factory spray applied with final brush coat on site.  Colours - white, cream or green.  A list of other colour options (at extra cost) available on request.
  • Natural stain finishes - water based primer and one water-based topcoat spray applied in factory.  Final coat brush applied on site.  Colours - range of 4 natural wood finishes as standard.  Choose from Mahogany, Teak, Light Oak and Antique Oak.  Other options available at extra cost.
  • All stain, paint primers and finishes are microporous allowing the timber to breathe naturally.

Standard specification glazing includes:

  • Double-glazed 20mm sealed units to a 4/12/4 configuration - for roof,  opening windows, doors and direct glazed units.  Meet requirements of BSS713.
  • Toughened safety glass to BS6206 as required by Building Regulations.
  • Sealed units bonded to frame using the standard method approved by the Glass & Glazing Federation.
  • All roofs use a dry glazing system incorporating a specially extruded PVC base gasket onto rafters


  • "K" glass, anti-sun glass and laminated glass are all available as options at extra cost.
  • Polycarbonate reduction is available, prices on request.
  • Full height versions available, prices on request.

Typical conservatory sections

Hardwood Conservatory Frames
Conservatory Roof Cappings
Sunroom Decorative Finishes

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Registered Office: 24 North Court, Hassocks, West Sussex, BN6 8JS
Registered in Cardiff. Co no. 4292336

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