Croft – renowned for bespoke orangeries and conservatories
Croft Conservatories is renowned for designing and building conservatories and bespoke orangeries that are truly bespoke. Over the years, owner John Croft has been asked to create truly stunning, unique buildings that not only complement the houses they are attached to but are real one offs. Says John, “ our customers like the fact that we can interpret their ideas and dreams and create exactly what they are looking for. It means their orangeries and conservatories are unique to them.”
Whether they incorporate ornate stone pillars, energy efficient windows or bi-folding sliding doors, customers really can have what they want with Croft. As a member of the Chartered Institute of Building, John is an expert in designing orangeries and conservatories and incorporating the right materials in the build. Continues John, “ it is really important that customers choose a company that can visualise and design the best orangery or conservatory for their property. It must be built from the right materials and really suit the house.”
In addition to ensuring the outside of the orangery or conservatory is bespoke, Croft is also expert at creating fabulous bespoke interiors. Whether its orangeries that lead on to a kitchen diner or conservatories that become extra living rooms, Croft makes sure that everything from the roof, lighting and flooring is bespoke. Croft also ensures that conservatories and orangeries are useful all year round. Says John, “ we’ve created fabulous orangeries and conservatories that are suitable for use all year round. Whether its bringing the outdoors in during the summer or creating a lighting scheme to make a cosy, warm environment in the winter, we ensure the inside is bespoke and perfect whatever the season.”
For further examples of the bespoke conservatories and bespoke orangeries that Croft have created visit their Preston showroom to see stunning working examples. The showroom also has wide range of window and door options including rockdoors.