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UPVC Conservatory - This is an excellent, highly insulate material, which benefits from little or no external maintenance. It is readily available and well tested and is usually the lowest cost option from a range of materials available. It is mainly seen in white but also available in Mahogany and Oak woodgrain styles. uPVC or PVCu is by far the most popular material for conservatories today. This material is available for all types of conservatories such as Victorian, Edwardian, Orangeries (Orangery) for example. Our companies also offer a hardwood/timber or aluminium alternative.

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Ayrshire Conservatories, featuring leading Ayrshire suppliers and installers of conservatories, Sunrooms, Garden rooms and Orangeries! Use our website to request quotes and brochures from companies that operate locally to you. All Quotes and Brochures are Free and with out obligation. Whether you’re looking at a bespoke option or materials such as uPVC plastic, Aluminium, Hardwood, Softwood or Timber, we can help. Check out the Special Offers - Request your Free Brochure Today.

Ayrshire-Conservatories.co.uk - Here are just some of the areas we cover in Ayrshire:

Ardrossan, Auchinleck, Ayr, Cumnock, Darvel, Drongan, Dunlop, Dunure, Galston, Girvan, Irvine, Kilmarnock, Kilmaurs, Kilwinning, Largs, Mauchline, Maybole, Newmilns, Prestwick, Saltcoats, Stevenston, Stewarton, Troon and West Kilbride.

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Ayrshire – Did you know…?

Ayrshire, under the name the County of Ayr, is a registration county. The electoral and valuation area named Ayrshire covers the three council areas of South Ayrshire, East Ayrshire and North Ayrshire, therefore including the Isle of Arran, Great Cumbrae and Little Cumbrae. The three islands were part of the County of Bute until 1975 and are not always included when the term Ayrshire is applied to the region. The same area is known as Ayrshire and Arran in other contexts.

Ayrshire is one of the most agriculturally fertile regions of Scotland. Potatoes are grown in fields near the coast, using seaweed-based fertiliser, and in addition the region produces pork products, other root vegetables, cattle (see below) and summer berries such as strawberries are grown abundantly.

The area became part of the kingdom of Scotland during the 11th century. In 1263, the Scots successfully drove off a group of Norwegian Vikings in a skirmish known as the Battle of Largs.

The historic shire or sheriffdom of Ayr was divided into three districts or bailieries which later made up the county of Ayrshire. The three districts were:

Carrick in the south
Kyle in the centre, which included the royal burgh of Ayr
Cunninghame in the north which included the royal burgh of Irvine.

 

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