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Does Easter feel early this year?

Easter in your David Salisbury orangery

Does Easter feel early this year? Being this Sunday 1st April, it is in fact only the earliest Easter for the past five years, when it fell on March 31st in 2013.
For those of you that like a bit of trivia, the earliest ever date for Easter was Sunday 22nd March way back in 1818 – this won’t happen again until 2285, some 467 years later! The latest date for Easter Sunday was 25th April in 1943 but we won’t have to wait quite so long for this to happen again, as it will fall again on this date in 2038.

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Thursday, 29 March, 2018

Not just any sales meeting but a David Salisbury sales meeting

Sales Meeting at London Showroom

Sales meetings can often be thought of as somewhat dry occasions with a fixed agenda and not much scope for straying off topic. Think of some of those much used pieces of business jargon: ‘blue sky thinking,’ anyone? Or, ‘It’s on my radar.’ 

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Friday, 16 March, 2018

Recognising the importance of our Health AND Safety

Health and safety worksafe contractor

Healthy and safety has always been a subject of vital importance to everyone here at David Salisbury, not least due to us being a proud part of the British manufacturing sector.

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Thursday, 8 March, 2018

Weather like this makes us glad to be home!

Orangery in the snow makes us glad to be home

In these times of what feels like unusually high levels of snow and bad weather, we are certainly glad of the comforts of our home environment. The current weather has brought us the unprecedented occurrence of two red weather levels in different parts of the country over the past two days.

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Friday, 2 March, 2018

Squeezing an Orangery?

Squeezing a smaller orangery

Here at David Salisbury, it is not about the size of the project that gets our creative juices flowing, but how the customer will use their new space and how effectively the new extension blends with their existing home.
A common perception is that an orangery or an oak framed building requires a large amount of space and only suits a substantial property (or host building to use the technical terminology).

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Friday, 23 February, 2018