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Glass Rooms in Gerrards-Cross, Buckinghamshire

Glass Sunrooms

A favourite in Gerrards-Cross, Glass sunrooms are available in a huge range from the expert installers at the outdoor living group. Glass rooms or winter gardens are structures built with surrounding framed glass doors. A winter garden is also called a glass room, Florida room, patio room and a solarium outdoor enclosure. The major difference between a sunroom and a conservatory is its distinct glazed feature . A glass room is not affected by high temperatures in the summer months because the side glass panels can be pulled back to expel excess heat.

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Glass rooms allow a lot of natural light to come in, which creates a stunning aesthetic that is unique from the rest of your home. With a glass room, you get to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors in Gerrards-Cross. Glass rooms create a space that is free from nature's elements but provides an amazing room of the outdoors inside your home. Sunrooms are popular low-cost outdoor living spaces for homeowners especially as an extension of a lush backyard or garden. Sunrooms come in multiples design and style options that can be customised to fit even the most unique specifications. Winter gardens are also constructed to blend in with the rest of a building for a seamless look.

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The Different Types Of Sunrooms

Seasonal sunrooms are built with single glazed screens or doors. Even though they are not crafted for air conditioning or traditional heating products, seasonal sunrooms provide shade and have an open-air feature that can be enjoyed all year long.

Glass Rooms: are designed using laminated roof glass and strong toughened glass doors and retractable screens to create a room style that provides a scenic view of the outdoors. Which allows the homeowner to enjoy the pleasures of their garden free from insects and weather worries.

Solariums: provide an outdoor like aesthetic feeling because they are constructed majorly from glass. Which makes them the perfect spot for growing plants, entertaining or relaxing with a cup of tea. Solariums can either be used all year long or seasonally depending on design or construction.

Delivering the exceptional

We’re passionate about creating the outdoor living space of your dreams, delivered with great customer service.

Outstanding service

Our expert designers will listen carefully to your specific needs and ideas. They will be with you throughout the design and installation process.

10 Year Guarantee

All our glass verandas and glass rooms carry a ten-year framework guarantee from the date of installation.

European Based Products

Our German and Italian manufacturers produce quality products to the highest standards that are tailor made to your requirements.

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Boost Home Value and appearance

A home that features a sunroom with a stunning view of a garden improves the value of any home in Gerrards-Cross. Spending money on a sunroom is always a good investment that produces great returns.

Revel in the natural light

With a sunroom, the sunshine can truly be enjoyed. Not only does this room draw in natural light, but also the sun's warmth, making it a soothing space for an early morning cup of coffee or tea or relaxing with the morning paper or book.

Enjoy extra space.

The inclusion of a sunroom to your property, will immediately provide you with more outdoor living space that can serve different functions. A glass garden room can be used for hosting family and friends, enjoying the outdoors or growing plants. If you're going through the process of adding on an extra room to your home in Gerrards-Cross, then go for an out of the box outdoor living space like a glass garden room.

Playrooms for children.

Sunrooms are beautiful and spacious, if you have young children or grandchildren, it would be the perfect spot for them to enjoy their toys or play games.

Sunrooms are great for entertaining

Glass garden rooms are multi-functional, they can be used to grow plants, relax or host events. If you like to entertain, a glass garden room is a beautiful, warm and sunny space that your guests will love, in addition, it can add an extra layer of styles to your event.

Can A Sunroom Be Heated?

There are a couple of methods available for heating a sunroom. A more efficient method is to use compact radiant heaters to warm up people not the sunroom. These are great options because they are powdered coated and can match the colour of your glass room.

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What are the methods for cooling a sunroom?

The installation of a cooling system is really not necessary for sunroom. A glass garden room is designed with sliding door panels that open the room up and provide ventilation. Including a retractable roof shade will make the Sunroom even cooler. You can also incorporate side shades on the outside that comes fitted with automatic sun sensors that track the sun's movement all through the day.

Glass Rooms FAQ's

Is planning permission required for a glass room?
Most properties have permitted development right, so it is very rare for a permit to be required before you install a glass room. But don’t worry, if you do need it then we can assist you with the process.
Is it possible to use a sunroom all year long?
Yes. All you have to do is incorporate lighting, heating and shading solutions to your winter garden room to make them perfect for use in all seasons.
How much does a glass sunroom cost?
A consultation and survey of the property is needed to before we can provide a quote as all our glass rooms are custom built. There is no fixed price for our glass rooms because they are custom-made. Price is completely dependent on the type of property and design requirements. Typically, our prices for a small glass room starts at £12,000.

To better manage installation cost, you glass room can be constructed in stages. We can begin with a standard glass veranda. You can have this converted into a complete glass garden room at a later date by adding additional features such as retractable roofing, sliding glass panels and lighting.

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