Vale Garden Houses Bespoke Conservatories
Vale Garden Houses is a recognised leader with over 30 years experience in designing and building quality bespoke conservatories, orangeries and rooflights.
Vale places great importance in creating a structure which is sympathetic to the existing property in terms of architectural detailing and size.
Vale’s designers have a wealth of knowledge on all periods of architecture and their attention to detail can make the new addition look as if it has always been there, giving it a timeless quality.
Many properties are listed and Vale will liaise with conservation officers to ensure the smooth running of projects, and in-house expertise will help cope with glazed additions of all sizes and structural requirements.
Every step of the way, Vale works closely with its clients to make sure that every request and query is met, guiding and advising on the many build-related issues, either with the client’s own builder or through the Vale building division.
Vale also provides an interior design service to help clients with their floors, blinds, lighting and conservatory furniture.
The quality of Vale’s workmanship is highlighted by the fact that the National Trust selected Vale over all other UK manufacturers to design and market a dedicated range of conservatories. The range consists of four styles, each based around a different and distinct period of architecture.
These have received the support and approval of the National Trust’s Historic Building Advisors. This association is a great success and endorses Vale’s attention to detail in both its product and service to clients.
Belton House, built by and home to generations of the Brownlow family provides the inspiration for our Georgian conservatory. With its classical proportions, symmetry and fine detailing, Belton House is a superb example of a late 17th-century stately home.
The Belton conservatory reflects the elegance of buildings from this period with classical pilasters, ornamental eaves and gutter.
Hardwick Hall in Derbyshire is recognised as being one of Britain’s greatest Elizabethan stately homes. Many houses built in the 16th and 17th century were designed with timber and stone mullion windows fitted with metal casements.
Inspired by this period of architecture, we have designed a glazed structure incorporating much of the fine detailing of the time but which will equally lend itself to many houses built through to present day.
The Cragside conservatory is inspired by Cragside house in Northumberland – a fine example of Victorian architecture. It has delicate framework punctuated by striking columns, elaborate eaves detail and decoration both inside and out.
For more information call 08454 103030 or visit the Vale Garden Houses website.
For each product sold a contribution is made to the National Trust to help look after and conserve special places for ever, for everyone.