Town & Country Conservatories traces its roots to the early 1980’s in Norfolk, England, a county revered for its heritage of fine carpentry. Town & Country was founded by Kevin Tuck, an apprentice boat builder who is now the Managing Director of Tuck’s Wood Joinery, Town & Country’s exclusive supplier. With over 30 years of experience, Tuck’s Wood and Town & Country have an award winning portfolio of projects. The workshops are two and one-half hours northeast of London with the principal design offices in Chicago and Norwich, England. Aluminum conservatories are designed and fabricated in North America.
Town & Country is owned and operated by James Licata, an attorney and 20 year veteran of the conservatory industry. Mr. Licata has expanded the product line to include all-aluminum structures and a line of traditional skylights, as well as extended the geographic reach of Town & Country to all areas of the country from Beverly Hills to Manhattan to Canada. In 2014, Town & Country completed its first Middle East project in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Town & Country Conservatories provides property owners with glass conservatories, orangeries, pool and garden houses, English skylights, and more. Our experience encompasses 1100 projects. The company prizes its reputation for design and manufacturing excellence, as well as its tradition of close personal service.
Our mission is to bring the beauty of the outdoors into your home and stay true to the authentic style and sensibility of the original structure or grounds.
James Licata, President
A graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Kent College of Law. Mr. Licata is the owner of Town & Country Conservatories in the U.S. and England.
James on the North American office:
Working with very skilled suppliers in England and the U.S., we have built the most capable conservatory design and installation team in America.
Michael Pitluck, Architect
Mr. Pitluck received a Bachelor of Architecture from the Illinois Institute of Technology. He is a licensed architect with extensive experience in the United States and Europe, including work with notable firms such as Barretta Associati in Milan and David Haid in Chicago.
Michael on Town & Country's project approach:
The three venerable qualities of a fine building are utility, solidity and beauty. We strive to create this in every project.
Adam Redgwell, Senior Designer
Mr. Redgwell is a UK native who received his design training at the University of Lancashire and at Town & Country’s London offices. He oversees all design work.
Adam on English Conservatories:
My experience in England, where conservatories have reached a high art form has proven invaluable in the States.
Andrea Disler, Marketing Coordinator
Ms. Disler is a graduate of Columbia College and Northeastern Illinois University where she studied Graphic Design and Literature. She is responsible for office administration and all marketing and promotional activities of Town & Country.
Andrea on suitability across the United States:
Our unique structures offer an exciting addition and have been built in virtually every part of North America.