This design will become a fantastic living and dining space for the home owners, giving them the ideal solution for their needs, whilst also adding value to their home.
1. Conservatories were frequently used as a symbol of wealth and status during the 17th and 18th centuries. Originally, it was only the wealthiest of landowners that would own a conservatory, however, nowadays they are used more practically to add extra space and light to a home. 2. During WW2 there was a halt…Read more
New machinery that can reduce the production time to make a window from days to minutes has been installed at the manufacturing plant of home improvements company CR Smith. The 25m long, fully-automated cutting and machining equipment combines a number of processes that were traditionally carried out separately and is part of a £3m investment in…Read more
Your conservatory can be any any kind of room you want it to be. Here are five of the most popular uses. Click on the links to see the story behind each one: Sitting Room [caption id="attachment_97" align="alignleft" width="300"] CR Smith Victorian Lorimer Conservatory - Perthshire[/caption] Click here to find out more about this particular…Read more
1. Why buy a Conservatory? At CR Smith we're passionate about the benefits of owning a conservatory. There are the obvious reasons such as extra space at an affordable price; the ability to enjoy the garden even when the weather is bad; the potential increase to the value of your property and even the…Read more
Spot the Blue & White Van Competition The CR Smith blue and white vans are a familiar sight throughout Scotland. In celebration of our current sponsorship of the STV Weather, where you can see ‘The Man in the Blue & White Van’ every night, we’re delighted to announce the launch of our latest…Read more