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Moore Inspiration: The UK ‘s #1 Bespoke Orangery Company

With over 2,000+ clients and counting, Moore Inspiration are the most reliable, complete and trusted Bespoke Orangery Company.

What Else? The Best After-Care Service Around

Moore Inspiration are a manufacturer, designer, and installer of Bespoke Hardwood Orangeries, Conservatories, Bi-Fold doors and Windows for commercial, residential and public sector projects. We cover the whole of the U.K; however, most of our clients are from the Home Counties, in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire and London. For over 20 years we have specialised in creating bespoke living spaces! for discerning clients that allow total flexibility, and encompass a wide range of choices from material, design, finish, stain and cost.

  • We can construct a bespoke orangery to your exact specifications.
  • We can design you a bespoke hardwood orangery to fit even the most unconventional of designs, areas and briefs.
  • A bespoke hardwood orangery is an extremely valuable addition to your home, and will look attractive for years to come with minimal maintenance
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With over 300 examples of our work, this website offers you a chance to experience how a Moore Inspiration Bespoke Hardwood Orangery, Conservatory, Bi-Fold Door or Window will represent extremely good value for money, and will improve the value of your premises significantly in return for your investment.

Bespoke Designs + Bespoke Service = Client Satisfaction!

We’ve added a Full, plain english formal guarantee to help you to build amazing residential and commercial premises

Orangeries

A hardwood bespoke orangery is the solution for customers wanting a more contemporary, more spacious orangery.

A Bespoke Orangery will Improve your home's value and Appearance

We construct a bespoke orangery to your exact specifications. We can design you an orangery to fit even the most unconventional of designs, areas and briefs.

Conservatories

Our bespoke Conservatories are built using traditional methods, for forward-thinkers wanting elegance and style.

A hardwood conservatory adds a classic, attractive feel to any home

The pinnacle of any conservatory, a Bespoke Hardwood Conservatory extends your home for maximum space, thermal efficiency and comfort.

Bi-fold doors

Our bespoke hardwood bi-fold doors will help to connect your home to your garden in an attractive, traditional manner.

Bi-fold doors help to maximise the space in your house

Bespoke Hardwood bi-fold doors are the most versatile doors. They can be opened fully to allow maximum light and space, or closed fully for security.

Windows

Moore Inspiration design and build windows to your exact specification that will breathe life into your house’s exterior.

We provide a bespoke design and build window service

A hardwood window will possess the style and finish of a wooden window with the durability and low maintenance of an uPVC window.

Why Choose Bespoke Handmade Hardwood Orangeries? We’ll Tell You!

Some people may never have heard of an orangery, let alone a bespoke hardwood orangery. The first recorded orangery was built in Padua, Italy in 1545. Initially sparse and practical, without being as ornate as some modern interpretations, the humble orangery soon evolved into becoming an ornate, exotic feature of country homes, and became the envy of neighbours nationwide.
Basically, they acted as exotic, ornamental greenhouses, but nowadays their solid construction means that they are seen as the middle ground between a brick-built extension and an all glass conservatory.
The main thing that will distinguish an orangery from a conservatory is its roof. Whereas a conservatory features a roof constructed entyrely of glass, an orangery has a solid, flat roof with a central section of pitch glass. This allows the room to open out with light and add more detail, which a traditional extension cannot achieve. The construction also makes it seem more solid, which a conservatory doesn’t have.
Traditionally, an orangery is constructed using masonry walls up to about a metre before glass then extending up to the roof. Contemporary design and technology means that orangeries are now often constructed using hardwood. However, this begs the question, why use hardwood in my orangery?

Our high levels of customer satisfaction are achieved by the personalised service we deliver to our clients. We take the time to listen to our customer’s requirements to ensure we deliver the highest quality solution to suit each individual’s needs
and budget.

Each project is treated individually and tailored to the specific site whether it is a private household or a leading property developer.

Every one of our windows, doors and conservatories is supported by our enviable reputation for delivering high quality and value-for-money work and products, backed by a 10-year guarantee.

We guarantee that all our hardwood products are from sustainable, managed sources and, whether in hardwood or PVCu frames, all our glass meets British and building standards for safety, energy and thermal efficiency. A formal 10-year guarantee covers materials and workmanship on our conservatories, windows and doors, with glass being covered for 5 years.

In addition to the written, formal guarantee, when you buy windows, doors, and conservatories from Moore Inspiration you have the advantage of knowing you are buying high quality products from a reputable, responsible and established company.
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Amazing Style, Elegance and Panache

  • The traditional masonry construction feels more like a home extension in terms of atmosphere and feels a lot more solid.
  • A hardwood orangery will generally be constructed using more glass than their masonry ancestors, and has a more contemporary look and feel, appearing more open than the sturdier masonry walls.
  • The specific properties (both of hardwood in general and of individual varieties) of hardwood are what make it so suitable a material.
  • Bi-fold doors can mix interior and exterior space like no other door, for example in a garden party/barbecue where both the interior and exterior are being used for seating, food and music.
  • Hardwood bi-fold doors can be built from a variety of timbers, such as oak, sapele and idigbo.
  • A hardwood window will suit an older-style home, such as Victorian or Georgian, as they complement and enhance the architectural style of older establishments.

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