The world’s leading conservatory website, www.conservatoriesonline.com, has announced the winners of its Conservatory Installation of the Year Awards.
(PRWEB) January 13, 2005 -- The overall winner of Best Conservatory
Installation 2004 was London-based Skyview Conservatories Ltd for an
individually designed Victorian-style conservatory using “Idigbo”, a versatile
hardwood obtained from sustainable plantation sources in the Ivory Coast, West
Africa. The attention to detail and high standard of work, from the brass
furniture fittings to the under-floor heating made for a winning
Special Design Award 2004 went to Midlands-based Heritage Conservatories Ltd for a beautiful hardwood conservatory. Painted with white Sikkens paint, the installation included a small orangery-style porch connecting it to the lounge. The conservatory also featured “leaded fanlights” – to match the existing property – and equal site lines, which gave a very pleasing overall aesthetic appearance.
A US company with workshops in Fakenham, Norfolk picked up the title for Best International Installation (non-UK). Town & Country built a stunning orangery in a little-used courtyard to create a formal dining area and improve traffic flow in the U-shaped house. The company also took into account the owner’s requests to preserve the natural light from the courtyard space whilst at the same time safeguarding the wall art and antiques they planned to have on show.
www.conservatoriesonline.com gives potential buyers information on everything they need to know about every aspect of conservatories and has become recognised as the world’s foremost conservatory site.
Barry Dunlop, managing director of site owner eBuilders, said: “Our site aims to encourage excellence in our conservatory suppliers. These awards acknowledge the achievements of those companies that have demonstrated high-quality and first-class standards on a particular installation challenge in 2004.”
More information about the winning companies can be found on their websites: www.skyviewwindows.com, www.heritageconservatories.com and www.townandcountryUS.com.