Gaining in popularity in St-Neots, the Glass sunrooms from the outdoor living group offer a sleek look with expert installation. Glass rooms or winter gardens are structures built with surrounding framed glass doors. Winter gardens are also referred to as glass rooms, solarium outdoor enclosures, patio rooms or Florida rooms. The major difference between a conservatory and a glass room is the single glazed feature of the glass roofs and the retractable side glazing elements. Glass rooms also remain cool in summer months due to the great air circulation created by opening all the sides up.Book a free survey
One of the features that makes glass rooms very unique from the rest of the rooms in your home, is the amount of natural light that bathes and warms up the room. Winter gardens provides homeowners in St-Neots with an outdoor space that can be used for many things. Top on the list is being able to enjoy a beautiful garden or backyard while being inside all year round. Homeowners who want a budget friendly outdoor extension of their garden go with glass sunrooms. A sunroom is also great home addition because it comes in a broad range of styles and designs. They can be built to blend in with your currents building as a seamless extension of your home and not as a last minute add-on.
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.
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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.
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A utilitarian sunroom especially one that faces a beautiful garden or provides a scenic view of the outdoors, is a feature that most homebuyers in St-Neots will pay a little more for. While every home is unique, the chances are good that investing in one would be worth the effort.
A sun room is always bathed in warm and beautiful light that the sun provides. You also get to enjoy the sun's natural warmth in a sunroom which makes it a great relaxation space. Sit and enjoy a cup of tea in the morning or curl up to a good book in the evening.
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 St-Neots, then go for an out of the box outdoor living space like a glass garden room.
There are a couple of methods available for heating a sunroom. A compact radiant heater is also another cost-effective method for heating up a sunroom. This heating method keeps individual in the sunroom warm without heating up the room directly. They come powder coated to minimise visual impact and match the colour of your glass room
Due to a glass garden's sliding glass panel doors, you really do not have to worry about heat. You can improve ventilation further by incorporating a retractable roof shade. You can also include an outdoor side shade that is controlled by automatic sun sensors that follows those thorns movements.
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.