An orangery in Didcot. Part 2: raise high the roof beam, carpenters

These photos show how the build project progressed toward the completed orangery.  We will visit the house again in a couple of weeks once our customer has finished decorating, and will then add the final pics of this splendid home extension.

IMG_1044 installing roof bars
Stuart fixes the roof beams in place. Watch your balance there!
Substructure for int pelmet ADMIRAL WINDOWS OXFORD
A timber sub-structure supports the internal pelmet.
IMG_1072 near complete orangery ext ADMIRAL WINDOWS OXFORD
The completed Lusso roof, with its highline gutter.
IMG_1100 near complete in ADMIRAL WINDOWS OXFORD
Now that the extension is glazed and watertight, the old external doors are removed. The walls have been plaster-boarded and this photo shows Anthony’s newly applied plaster.
IMG_1123 screed ADMIRAL WINDOWS OXFORD
Next, the liquid floor screed is applied, using levelling tripods to achieve the smooth finish.
IMG_1125 drying plaster elecs in ADMIRAL WINDOWS OXFORD
The electrical installation is complete.
IMG_1126 drying pre flooring ADMIRAL WINDOWS OXFORD
The plaster will soon be dry. All that is left to do is to lay the floor, to add the skirting boards, and to decorate.

If you’d like to see examples of Admiral Windows conservatories, do drop in at our Chilton conservatories show-site. We’re easy to find. If you’re using sat-nav, our postcode is OX11 0QN.