Conservatories and Orangeries in Preston, Chorley, Leyland, Wigan, Lancashire and the North West.
We offer a wide range of orangery and conservatory designs, with a choice of either polycarbonate, solar controlled self-cleaning glass or our ultimate performance solid tiled roofing, all individually tailored to suit your needs.
If you have not already done so, please come and visit us at our Leyland orangery and conservatory display site where our friendly and knowledgable staff will be delighted to show you around, chat about your requirements and provide a free quotation and drawing should you require one.
We trust our quotation will meet with your approval, not only in terms of price but also in respect of the high standard of quality, specification and service you will receive from Right Choice should you choose to confirm your order.
Have you ever dreamed of a beautiful new conservatory, orangery or garden lounge as a valuable addition to your home?
Lazy days and warm summer evenings relaxing with friends and family.
How would it feel to have the satisfaction knowing you have chosen one of the highest specified and most desirable home extensions currently available today?
We are so confident in our quality, pricing structure, standard specification and after sales service that we can make you this promise: If within 14 days of receiving our quotation you can find a window frame company or a local builder who will supply an orangery, conservatory or garden lounge with our specification, price and after sales service as standard we will credit you double the difference off your quotation.
Many of our customers ask us how we can offer our high quality and state of the art specification at such competitive prices (about the same price as the average window frame company and considerably less than some other, so called, conservatory & orangery specialists).
The answer is easy. As a true specialist orangery, conservatory & garden lounge manufacturer, designer and installer our buying power is substantial, enabling us to secure the best possible prices for our quality materials. Our savings are then passed onto you.
Polycarbonate is a very popular glazing material lightweight, durable and exceptionally strong due to its multi-wall construction. The wide range of colours helps to reduce glare from the sun, reducing solar gain whilst providing privacy.
When specifying an Ultraframe roof, the glass is secured into position using Ultraframe glass clips which are positioned at each side of the glass unit to prevent any possibility of sliding.
We also offer a wide range of roof glass, including Pilkington Active Blue or Neutral glass, Ultraframe Conservaglass, the K2 Celsius glass and also a choice of super-performance glass. All offer excellent solar & thermal properties and incorporate self - cleaning.
For further information please view the Pilkington Active video available via the menu on our website.
For the ultimate thermal & acoustic glass performance you may also specify Triple Glazing in your conservatory, orangery or garden lounge.
As was the case with orangeries, we at Right Choice are the first to offer and display Garden Lounges in our area. Once again Right Choice are leading the market where others can only follow.
Our lightweight tiled warm roof system has been exclusively designed and is manufactured by Right Choice, using a traditional timber system that complies with all Local Authority Building Regulations requirements for thermal performance & u-value, structural integrity& stability and wind & snow loadings, whilst also complying with fire check requirements.
Choosing either a conservatory or orangery Garden Lounge you will have the benefits of a plastered vaulted ceiling, internal box lighting pelmet with subtle lighting options and the facility to install opening sky lights for added light & ventilation. Please see our Garden Lounge tiled roof section for more details.
Only market leading systems are used to fabricate our side frames and French doors which are cruciform welded and fully reinforced. Profile conforms to BBA specification and is produced to BS 7413. Internally glazed, ovulo beads are as standard incorporating co-extruded glazing gaskets. All Upvc side frames and doors are internally glazed to offer maximum security.
All our splayed joints are formed using cill jointing connectors which allow the cills to naturally expand and contract, reducing the possibility of stress fractures forming, thus increasing the strength, structural stability and longevity of your installation.
UPVC opening sashes are fitted with multi - point locking dead bolts. UPVC doors are fitted with three point locking high security hook dead bolts. Please note all our locking systems comply with The Association of British Insurers (ABI) Guidelines.
Units are assembled using the most up to date machinery and manufacturing procedures. All our glass conforms to BS 6206A. Our standard side frame and door double glazed units are manufactured to 28mm width and roof units to 24mm in width.
For ultimate thermal & acoustic glazing performance we also offer Triple Glazing.
To offer the best structural integrity and performance of your roof our standard glazing panel width is no wider than 900mm. At Right Choice we believe these increases the structural properties of the construction, whilst some companies compromise this structural integrity in order to reduce manufacturing costs. So for piece of mind ensure your estimate includes panel widths and roof bar centres up to a maximum of 900mm and request a structural report for your orangery or conservatory roof to be included in your estimate.
Right Choice only use specialist Structural Roof Systems, having been designed and manufactured over many years offering exacting standards and pure expertise. Our roof systems comply with and exceed all relevant BBA requirements for structural stability and weather performance combined with a life expectancy of 25 years.
Depending upon final specification our Garden Lounge, fully insulated, solid tiled warm roof has a life expectancy of 40 to 50 years.
All conservatory flashings to the house wall are formed using lead. Where applicable, the lead is fully fitted into raked out mortar joints. Flashings comply with British Standards code of practice BS5516.
Many window frame companies join their conservatory side frame panels together using bay-window frame poles. Bay poles allow window installers many varying angles to work with when matching new bay windows to existing houses, but rely on screws to hold it in place once the correct angle has been decided. However, as a true orangery and conservatory specialist, Right Choice do not need the flexibility of this weak, screw held joint. All our bases are built to the correct angle required and thus we are able to use a specific, purpose made conservatory corner post, which, once fixed, does not allow any movement or flexing of the conservatory wall frames.
Unlike some others, we never cut corners on our bases. Our typical base consists of a traditional full concrete strip footing and a solid concrete slab laid over hardcore with a damp proof membrane. External corner angles are constructed using pre-formed squint brick where applicable. Base slabs are fully insulated, as is the cavity wall. Our standard base construction consists of a maximum of four courses of brickwork below the damp proof course of the existing property and seven courses to dwarf wall. Please be aware that on occasions poor ground conditions, location of utility services, tree roots etc will incur extra base costings, as such issues can only be fully determined and quantified during actual excavation of ground works and foundations.
When fabricating UPVC Victorian and Edwardian roofs, our specific aluminium ridge profile, is tailor made for conservatory roofs. The ridge can also be bolstered to further increase its structural performance and span to prevent deflection, sagging, dipping or flex.
Unlike Right Choice, other companies who also sell windows may use bay pole to construct their ridge. This product is, however, designed for bay window manufacturing, not for conservatory roofing. It also relies on screws to hold the conservatory roof in place, thus resulting in an inferior and far weaker roof with no self- ventilating facility. Victorian and Edwardian roofs are fitted with an internal ridge capping, making it ideal for the fixing of a roof fan or ridge lighting, with the facility to conceal the electrical wiring.
The multi-chambered aluminium section Provides enhanced torsional rigidity. The use of internal metal corner cleat fixings within the chambers makes any movement of the conservatory corner joints all but impossible.
Each installation offers a 10-year Consumer Protection Association insurance backed guarantee. For full details please ask for a copy of our CPA literature.
With the above guarantee, combined with our customer care, superb after sales service, market leading specification, first class build quality by professional tradesmen and our attention to detail Right Choice will provide you with piece of mind over the years and leave you free to enjoy your new Orangery, Conservatory or Garden Lounge as a valuable and highly desirable extension to your home.
A Typical Installation Sequence
The information below has been designed to give you a typical guide and insight into the various stages of the construction of a typical installation.
We hope this information will be of help whilst you are in the process of choosing the best and most reliable company to design manufacture and install your new orangery, conservatory or garden lounge.
If any of your questions are left unanswered, or you wish to discuss in more detail any of the points raised, please do not hesitate to contact a member of the Right Choice team who will be happy to offer more help, guidance and advice in relation to your orangery, conservatory or garden lounge requirements.