Gaining in popularity in St-Ives, the Glass sunrooms from the outdoor living group offer a sleek look with expert installation. A structure that is encircled by a frameless door system is called a sunroom (winter garden). Winter gardens are also referred to as glass rooms, solarium outdoor enclosures, patio rooms or Florida rooms. 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.Book a free survey
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 St-Ives. Glass rooms create a space that is free from nature's elements but provides an amazing room of the outdoors inside your home. Homeowners often incorporate sunrooms as an inexpensive outdoor garden extension. Winter garden can be built in many styles and designs to suit any type of building layout. Winter gardens are also constructed to blend in with the rest of a building for a seamless look.
Seasonal sunrooms: are not designed to be used with radiators or air conditioning. This type of sunrooms features single glazed doors and can be used every single day of the year.
We’re passionate about creating the outdoor living space of your dreams, delivered with great customer service.
Our expert designers will listen carefully to your specific needs and ideas. They will be with you throughout the design and installation process.
All our glass verandas and glass rooms carry a ten-year framework guarantee from the date of installation.
Our German and Italian manufacturers produce quality products to the highest standards that are tailor made to your requirements.
A glass sunroom that offers a beautiful view of a lush backyard adds more value to a property, as it is a home feature that most homebuyers in St-Ives would not mind paying more for. Even though every situation is different, you would most probably get great return on your investments.
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.
By adding a sunroom to your home, you get more outdoor living space. In addition, you get a great outdoor space for relaxing during summer months, at the end of a stressful day or maybe hosting family and friends. In St-Ives enclosed outdoor living spaces are great, they provide you with extra room and when they are glass garden rooms; something spectacular.
A sunroom can be heated in a couple of ways. The more efficient method would be to use compact radiant heaters that warm up people not the room. Installing one of these will not detract from the visual aesthetic of your glass room as they are powder coated.
A glass garden room is constructed with sliding glass panels so, heat is not always an issue especially when a retractable roof shade is part of the design . In addition, you can include external side shades that come fitted with automatic sun sensors that track the movements of the sun.
Our vision was to have a very minimal and low maintenance garden that was going to be usable all year round. Our designer Martyn came out to meet us and immediately we were sold on the frameless doors as this would give us the view we were looking for.The design
It was a pleasure to work on this project helping to create the Farthings’ vision of what an outdoor living experience should be. We delivered the solution they required without any compromise in design or practicality resulting in a great outdoor living area. The glass roof section of the glass garden room had a balcony cut-out in the middle to work around the protruding doors and windows in the centre of the property. We constructed a raised substructure which the room was built off and finished the surface with composite decking.
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.