CONSERVATORIES & ORANGERIES – BUNGAY

Bungay Castle Bungay Suffolk
Bungay Castle

If you have arrived here looking for a reputable company to design a conservatory or orangery for your home, this is the right place. We design and install traditional and modern conservatories throughout Suffolk and are happy to visit Bungay to discuss your requirements.

Our conservatories and orangeries are bespoke made by carpenters and craftsmen using traditional skills, but we use modern fitments and double-glazing to ensure excellent insulation and a draught-free environment. This means that with the right heating you should be able to enjoy your conservatory not just in the summer but throughout the year as well.

We build large Georgian style conservatories for Listed Buildings and small contemporary conservatories for modern homes. Whatever your requirements, we believe that we can design a conservatory that will complement your home and be the envy of your friends and neighbours.

ABOUT BUNGAY

Buttercross Bungay Suffolk
Buttercross

Bungay is an attractive and historic market town set in a loop in the River Waveney in the Waveney valley area. The town can be traced back to 1165 when Bigod Castle was built by Hugh Bigod the feudal lord. From here Bigod terrorised the local Saxons, a tradition carried on to this day at closing time on Saturday evenings when the local population chase grockles.

In the town, the ‘Buttercross’ a domed building which was once a prison, is now the home of a weekly market.

St Marys Church Bungay Suffolk
St Marys Church
Black Dog of Bungay Suffolk
Black Dog

Bungay also has a fascination with black dogs. Legend has it that at St Mary’s church a firey black dog, an apparition of the devil, appeared at the church during a violent storm in 1577 killing several people before moving on to Blythburgh where it did the same thing. It is believed that Sir Arthur Conan Doyle used the legend as the basis for his Sherlock Holmes story Hounds of the Baskervilles. The black dog name crops up in many local organisations and club names.

None of this has deterred the local population growing to 4,895. There are 2,144 homes, some with kennels to house black dogs. The average price for a 4-bed detached property is £285,000.

To find out more about our Conservatories and Orangeries, or to make an appointment to meet one of our conservatory designers, Contact Us now.

Telephone 08456 442257Contact Us at Oak Conservatories
Richmond Oak company address