Case study at Chipping Campden in the Cotswolds
An oak conservatory and replacement windows and doors in the house plus a new oak porch and oak front door.
The client wanted something quite special and already had various ideas formulated with specific aesthetic requirements for this project.
Ellwood was one or four potential suppliers, two national and two local companies, invited to quote for the whole project and we were deemed to be the best option for fulfilling this complex contract.
The conservatory was to be in European Oak but the replacement windows and doors for the house were to be in hardwood, Sapele with French Grey paint colour exterior and oak stain interior.
The new front door, internal conservatory french doors and porch were to be in European Oak. Two substancial garden gates with heavy duty gate furniture were also part of the overall brief, finished in natural, oiled, European solid oak.
As in all projects undertaked it’s attention to, and care for, the detail that counts – not only from a technical or build point of view but aesthetic considerations also. This conservatory was obviously the most involved part of the overall contract and our skilled craftsmen at the ellwood factory as well as our professional fitting team, took great care in creating not only a perfect fit with each element but ensured highest skill levels employed such as in creating the superb cartwheel in the gable – lovingly hand crafted from solid oak.