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Exploring Glass Verandas and Sun Rooms: Enhancing Outdoor Living Spaces

Glass verandas, often referred to as sunrooms, orangeries or pergolas are more than just a stylish addition to your home; they're transformative spaces that extend your living area while providing shelter from the elements. Here's everything you need to know about these versatile structures.

Tailored Design and Cost

Each glass veranda is custom-designed to suit your specific requirements. A qualified surveyor will visit your property, take measurements, and discuss your needs to provide you with a personalised quote, free of charge. As a rough estimate, an average-sized veranda with a polycarbonate roof costs around £5,000, while one with a glass roof is approximately £6,000, including VAT.

Planning Permission

In most cases, you won't need planning permission for a glass canopy, as it's typically smaller than 50% of your home's ground floor space. However, if concerns arise, the surveyor will guide you through the process, ensuring compliance with regulations.

Size Flexibility

Glass verandas are entirely customizable in terms of size. During the site survey, you'll have the opportunity to discuss and adjust the dimensions to best fit your property's layout.

Property Value Enhancement

Adding a glass veranda can increase your home's value by creating an appealing outdoor living space that's usable year-round, attracting potential buyers.

Materials and Construction

Our glass verandas combine durable aluminium frames with toughened glass roofing panels, ensuring longevity and aesthetic appeal. Polycarbonate roofs are also available as an alternative option.

Suitable for Various Properties

Whether you reside in a bungalow or a multi-story house, glass verandas can be installed to enhance your outdoor space, providing shelter and style.

Versatile Usage

Glass verandas offer a wide range of uses, from outdoor dining and lounging areas to covered play spaces for children, catering to your lifestyle and preferences.

Benefits Summary

  • Extension of outdoor living space

  • Protection from rain and sunlight

  • Year-round usability

  • Customisable design

  • Potential property value increase

  • Modern aesthetic appeal

Maintenance and Winter Optimisation

Regular cleaning and occasional checks for loose components are essential for maintaining your glass veranda. In winter, consider adding cozy outdoor furniture and heating elements to maximise comfort during colder months.

Installation Process

From design to installation, the entire process takes approximately 4 to 5 weeks. Our expert team ensures minimal disruption during installation, completing the project efficiently and professionally.

In conclusion, glass verandas offer a blend of functionality, style, and comfort, elevating your outdoor living experience. With their customisable design, durability, and versatility, they're a valuable addition to any home, providing a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor spaces.

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