Grade II listed building gets the Teknos treatment

When the owners of Clevedon Hall wanted to enhance their already stunning wedding venue, they decided a bespoke orangery would be the perfect solution.

Built in 1852 in a Jacobean Revival style, Clevedon Hall is a Grade II listed building and with that comes a host of challenges.

To complete the project, they enlisted the expertise of the award-winning conservatory and orangery company, David Salisbury.

To ensure long lasting protection to the timber joinery, the team at David Salisbury elected to use a Teknos coating system.

Having used Teknos products for a number of years, David Salisbury used ANTISTAIN AQUA 2901 primer and AQUATOP 2600 topcoat.

A system proven to protect against weathering, UV degradation, mould and fungal attack.

AQUATOP 2600’s also boasts enhanced dirt pick-up resistance, due to a very smooth and even surface appearance.

Using their unique experience, the team at David Salisbury used the latest in CAD and 3D design technology to design an orangery that complimented the existing architecture.

They then worked closely with English heritage and the local planning department to have the design approved.

The final result is a stunning wedding and corporate function venue that will be enjoyed for decades to come.

To find out more about David Salisbury and their award-winning timber orangeries and garden rooms, you can visit their website here.