Sussex Conservatories and Orangeries in Oak Hardwood
Hardwood Conservatory Sussex
Our Managing Director Paul FitzGerald first came to Hailsham, East Sussex, where Richmond Oak Conservatories Ltd is now based back in 1970, where he taught Technical Studies at the Community College. He left teaching in 1979 after 3 years at Ringmer Community College and over the next 6 years, as part of a small team built an £8m t/o window company which still trades today. Paul then went on the build another company with a first class reputation, Hallmark Windows and Conservatories with over 4,800 customers within a 25 mile radius, having some streets with over 40 customers in Eastbourne and Seaford. Now the owner of Richmond Oak, Paul has an excellent team able to design and install conservatories, orangeries and garden rooms in almost any material, but reknowned for our unique seasoned oak conservatories and oak orangeries. However, should you require a good quality aluminium pvc conservatory or orangery, we are able to provide a solution through our Hallmark Conservatories Division.
We have built an enviable reputation for providing the highest quality Sussex Conservatories and Orangeries in seasoned oak hardwood. So wherever you live within the County of Sussex whether it be in or nearby the towns of: Bexhill, Billinghurst, Brighton, Chichester, Crawley, Crowborough, Eastbourne, Hailsham, Hastings, Haywards Heath, Heathfield, Horsham, Hove, Lancing, Lewes, Newhaven, Ringmer, Rye, Seaford, Uckfield or Worthing, we will be pleased to advise you. Whilst we have a very competent, experienced design team, Paul deals with many projects within Sussex personally. All our orangeries, garden rooms, and conservatories are built using traditional methods by master craftsmen.
Sussex Oak – Influence on Place Names
Broad Oak Brede is a small village on the A28 midway between Hastings and Tenterden. The village is first mentioned in a charter from the time of King Canute (1016 – 1035). The name is probably derived from the Anglo–Saxon word “bred” meaning broad referring to the large valley lined with oak trees.
You can find out more about the conservatories and orangeries we build in and around the area by visiting our local website Sussex Conservatories.