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February 15, 2011


Mark Osborne

Orangeries were once a luxury only afforded by the very wealthy due to the initial cost of building them and then the high maintenance costs. Orangeries had a tradition of leaking and if not looked after could become a bit of an eyesore. However times have changed and technology has moved on. Thanks to improvements in the manufacturing of UPVC windows,

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