Charles Christianson Orangery Design and Build Services

Share Article

This September marks the launch of the new Charles Christianson brand of luxury bespoke orangery design and build services.

Past News Releases


This September see's the launch of the Charles Christianson website, offering bespoke orangery design and build, also including hardwood conservatories created from only the finest timber and UPVC materials.

Charles Christianson were once known as Trentham Garden Conservatories but went under a re-branding when it was decided to offer a nationwide service rather than a localised one and specialise in the design and construction of luxury orangeries.

Now offering hardwood Orangeries and UPVC orangery design and build services throughout the UK, nationwide clients can enjoy the benefits of a Charles Christianson luxury Garden Room.

With a plethora of satisfied customers under the belt, Charles Christianson are working to becoming the UK's leading provider of high quality bespoke garden rooms, orangeries and hardwood conservatories. Starting with a nationwide launch of the new branding.

The all new Orangery UK website is now live with image galleries, online quote facility and detailed case studies for your viewing pleasure and can be found at

You may also request a full colour glossy brochure on the new website, which can either be downloaded in PDF format to be viewed online, or you may request to have one mailed to you for the relaxed browsing of our products and services.

All Charles Christianson orangeries come complete with a full guarantee and the workforce is fully insured for total peace of mind, and can be designed to compliment both traditional building styles as well as modern and contemporary build types.

Charles Christianson offers a high quality bespoke orangery design and build service using only high quality hardwood timber and upvc, and manufactures to meet clients exacting requirements in Victorian, modern or contemporary style.

For more information please visit the orangery website -


Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Visit website