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The design illustration was approved and with Planning Permission in place work could commence.

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The patio slabs were removed and the Orangery base with dwarf and parapet wall constructed note the matching sandstone cills.

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Now the interesting part! A forest of acrows support the structure whilst old beams are removed to make way for the new steel.

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Steel support "Needles" provide support to the first floor walls and roof! All under the guidance of our Structural Engineer.

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With the smaller steel beams in place, the main 6 metre USB arrives!

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The supporting brickwork is now removed, fast approaching the critical time to insert the main beam!

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The steel beam is moved slowly into position.

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Nearly there - stand well back!!

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Beam in position - a perfect fit!

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Plastering and floor preparation.

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The Orangery is up and close to completion.

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Ceiling and lanterns plastered with roof ventilator motors being fitted.

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All complete with gas bottle store and paving.

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A stunning living space.

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Somewhere to relax.

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The kitchen blends perfectly into the open Orangery area.

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A truly fabulous and inspired finish.

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The completed Orangery.