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You will find articles on some of our projects as well as news about the company. There are also some random musings from David.

TEAM: Together Everyone Achieves More!

David Salisbury Orangery Team Building at Dillington House

Here at David Salisbury, we have always taken pride in our team as a whole - with our recent team building event underlining the importance of effective teamwork.  So we thought we would share some of the fun from our recent team building day, which took place in the beautiful surroundings of Dillington House, near Ilminster in Somerset.   

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Friday, 22 June, 2018

Loving our Garden...Rooms

David Salisbury Garden room with modern kitchen

There's something quintessentially English about tending to and spending time in our gardens.  Recent events like the Chelsea Flower Show and the warmer temperatures we have enjoyed in the past couple of weeks have obviously helped bring this more into context.

Whilst the ever-changing colours and natural textures of our gardens are assured, sadly the weather in this country is not such a given. 

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Thursday, 14 June, 2018

Onwards with Oak Orangeries

Market leading quality oak orangeries

Whilst our award-winning painted orangeries and conservatories have always been synonymous with the David Salisbury brand, we are increasingly growing our share of the highly competitive oak framed buildings market.

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Friday, 8 June, 2018

Not just one showroom in Chelsea!

David Salisbury's Chelsea orangery showroom

We’re very proud to be able to showcase our award-winning orangeries and garden rooms from the inimitable surroundings of The Chelsea Gardener, on Sydney Street in London.

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Thursday, 31 May, 2018

When it comes to good design, size is not everything

Bespoke design painted timber orangery

It can be something of a misperception that an orangery, conservatory or garden room has to be a larger form of building extension.

Posted under 'Company' by Barney on Friday, 25 May, 2018