Have you wondered how our conservatories are built? This time-lapse video captures the process.
Located in Rhode Island, this garden house conservatory starts with a concealed steel frame to meet engineering requirements for hurricane level wind loads. The gables and roof begin to give the building shape as the work continues. After the side frames are in place, glass is installed and decorative details begin to emerge. Pilasters grace the corner posts, windows are hung and finally the decorative keystone detail and finials are installed.
The building goes together flawlessly and precisely accurate to the base work due to the fact that all of our buildings are pre-erected in the workshops. Many of our competitors simply cut from a computer program. The factory pre-fit also reduces the site time.