A favourite in Southwick, Glass sunrooms are available in a huge range from the expert installers at the outdoor living group. A structure that is encircled by a frameless door system is called a sunroom (winter garden). Glass sunrooms also go by the name glass rooms, solarium outdoor enclosures, Florida rooms or patio 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
Glass rooms draw the natural light in, which provide a space that is aesthetically beautiful and different from the rest of your home. Winter gardens provides homeowners in Southwick 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. Sunrooms are popular choices for property owners who want an affordable outdoor living space. Winter garden can be built in many styles and designs to suit any type of building layout. 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 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.
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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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Most homebuyers in Southwick won't mind paying a little more money for a property that has a functional sunroom especially when it provides a scenic view. The return on investment would make this a worthwhile expenditure.
In a sunroom, you can enjoy the beautiful sun rays, wherever you might be in the room. This makes it perfect for relaxing with a book in the evenings or enjoying a morning cup of tea. A sunroom could quickly become your favourite space in your home.
Add a sunroom to your space and watch your outdoor living space expand. As a bonus, you also get a space that can serve as a quiet sanctuary, is great for hosting guests outdoors or simply relaxing at the end of a hard day. If you're going through the process of adding on an extra room to your home in Southwick, 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 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.
With glass garden rooms, you really do not have to worry about heat. A standard feature of a sunroom is sliding glass panels that help keep the room cool. When a retractable roof shade is included with the design, a glass garden room can be made even cooler in the summer. 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.
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.