Obsidian offer a comprehensive range of glazing services from domestic through to industrial including:- Emergency Repairs, Break in’s and accident repairs, Repairs to Double Glazing, Security Advice, Safety Glass, Lead Lights & Stained Glass Windows, Board up’s, Etching service
The classic style of the orangery originated in the 17th century when they were first used by the nobility to cultivate citrus fruit and other exotics. In the 18th century they became fashionable with wealthy homeowners as a pleasing setting for summer entertaining.
For many, an orangery bridges a gap – it is more formal and room-like than a conservatory and offers far more light than an ordinary brick-built extension.
The essence of an orangery is that whilst offering exceptional light they are a more substantial building than a traditional conservatory, combining masonry with glass and timber. Obsidian can assist with creating the perfect addition to your home.
Conservatories are a great way to add light and space to a home, but glass extensions have the potential to do this to a much greater extent, whilst still offering impressive thermal efficiency thanks to the sophisticated glazing materials used in their construction. With floor to ceiling glazing or just a low dwarf wall, glass extensions let in floods of light from all angles and can be constructed much quicker than a standard conservatory.
WINDOW & DOOR MAINTENANCE
Obsidian is a Double Glazing Repair Specialist in Jersey. We are an independent company specialising in repairs to uPVC, Aluminium and Timber double glazed windows and doors, sash windows, patios and conservatories.
As a double glazing and uPVC windows and door repair specialist our experienced technicians provide a fast and efficient service to domestic and commercial customers who have had double glazing products installed by companies who are no longer trading or where guarantees provided are no longer valid. As we specialise in repair work, you can rest assured that we will not try to sell you new double glazing by condemning what you have as beyond repair.Read More