Glass Rooms

Cool in the summer, cosy in the winter. A great space for all seasons.

Bring your garden into your house with our elegant glass rooms. Frameless glass sliding doors give you the freedom to choose how you want to use the exceptional extra space you’ve created. Transform your garden, increase the space in your home and add value and style to your property. Sit back, relax and enjoy unbroken panoramic views of your garden and surroundings.

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A space for all the seasons

Glass rooms are a great alternative to a conservatory and are much more practical in the summer. Simply slide back the glazed side and front elements and quickly eliminate the overheating issues that can affect many conservatories.

Our glass rooms are made from a completely modular construction that allows you to start with a simple room and then add LED lighting or heaters at any time in the future. Roof shades and external side shades can be controlled remotely and provide extra climate control, ensuring you have a sheltered and shaded area all year round that is not affected by sun, wind or rain.

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Our glass rooms come with many carefully engineered design features -there are also a range of accessories including roof shades, lighting, external screens and heating to choose from.

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    The easy-glide sliding wall is convenient and outstandingly easy to operate. The sliding the panels open in an exceptionally smooth operation. The design also features a foot-operated lock on the inside so there’s no need to bend over to close the door.

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    With the actuator function all the panels glide at the same time. This intelligent function makes for very fast operation of the all-glass elements. It’s easy to close entire fronts with a flick of the wrist.

  • img Rigid aluminium construction

    Our glass rooms stand out for their exceptional stability and durability. They are constructed based on exact calculations run by a certified engineering company and manufactured with the highest quality aluminium.


I have to praise all the staff for the great service we received. We were kept informed of the progress of our order and the fitters were a pleasure to have at our home. I would definitely recommend anyone looking for this style of product to buy from The Outdoor Living Group.

Mr & Mrs Stewart | Kent


Glass Room FAQ's

Can a glass room be used all year round?

Absolutely. Our Glass Rooms are usable all year round by installing them with our integrated lighting, shading and heating solutions. Roof shades control heat, light and glare in the summer months. The heaters we supply have adjustable output via a handheld remote control. These accessories create a comfortable environment for all seasons.

We want a glass room but it’s out of our budget. Can you help?

Yes we can. Due to the unique way in which our products are constructed, you can install your glass room in stages. Starting off with a glass veranda first, you can then add the side glazing aspects, lighting and heating at a future date to complete your open glass room.

How long will it take to install our glass room?

Most glass rooms are installed in 3 – 4 days though dependant on the complexity of the installation and also if we are completed additional ground works perfection can take a few more days.

How long do you guarantee your products?

Our glass rooms carry a ten-year framework guarantee from the date of installation. Accessories have a five-year guarantee. This covers both manufacturing and installation defects. Terms and conditions apply.

How much does a glass room cost?

Due to the bespoke nature of our glass rooms and many design options it is not possible to say until we meet with you and create a design. Our prices start at £12,000.00 for a small glass room.

Glass Rooms vs. Conservatories: What’s the Difference

A conservatory is defined as having 50% of its (side) walls glazed and 75% of its roof glazed with plastic sheeting or glass.

Glass Rooms Serve a similar function to a sunroom, the biggest difference between a glass room and a conservatory is the ratio of glass to other building materials used in construction. A glass room is transparent from floor to ceiling, the walls, roof and doors are all made from glass.

Is planning permission required for a glass room?

Generally, the answer is no as the vast majority of properties in the UK will have permitted development rights meaning you can go ahead and install a glass room. However, we would recommend contacting your local planning department to check the rules for your area. If planning is required, we are more than happy to assist you with the application.

Are foundations required for a glass Room?

No, unlike a traditional conservatory our Glass Rooms do not require a substantial foundation. A Glass Room only requires simple and discreet concrete pads to support the legs, and no other foundations are needed.

What materials are Glass Rooms constructed from?

Our glass rooms are constructed from aluminium and have a powder-coated finish for extreme durability. This structure can be finished in any RAL colour to achieve the desired colour scheme. The glass in the roof is 10.8mm laminated glass and side glazing elements are toughened glass which is also known as tempered glass.