Wooden Conservatories Bristol
A bespoke timber conservatory from Lodge Joinery is a stunning stylish addition to any home, giving you more space and looking great! When we say bespoke, we mean it! All our conservatories / Orangeries are made especially for your unique requirements in our Kingswood, Bristol workshop When choosing Lodge Joinery for your conservatory, you are choosing a company that has been making the finest bespoke conservatories for residents of Bristol and Bath since 1986. During this time we have gained a reputation as one of the South Wests finest joiners.
All timber used in our wood conservatories is ethically source and the finest quality. You can choose from a variety of finishes and colors, with a wide variety of protective stains used that both protect the wood and enhance its natural beauty.
What’s more because we control the manufacture we allow you complete control over the design of your conservatory / orangery, we always and try and create a product that esthetically enhances your home, but also gives you a panoramic view of your piece of paradise. We also welcome your input in other components from skylight ventilation design, skylight ventilation, guttering options, rafter spacing, finish, and ironmongery.
Other bespoke joinery services
- Shop fronts
- Listed buildings
- Conservation projects
- Solid timber work tops
Call us today to find out more about our bespoke door service0117 957 3555
A bit about the woods we use
At Lodge Joinery we have worked with all wood types including, Oak, Mahogany and softwoods. However,
our wood of choice is now a softwood timber called “Accoya”, which is very durable and is guaranteed for 50 years.
Accoya has properties that match or exceed those of the best tropical hardwoods and treated woods, yet is manufactured using wood from sustainable sources.
Already the material of choice for a wide range of demanding outdoor applications, Accoya wood can be used for virtually anything from windows to doors, decking to cladding and even for applications that are presently only feasible with non-sustainable and man-made materials.