How does a glass room differ from a conservatory?

The latest trend in affordable home extensions is the glass room. While for years the conservatory has ruled the roost (and will do so for many years to come if we’re any judges on the matter), customers looking for something that little bit different have been choosing glass rooms for their homes.

The glass room differs from the traditional conservatory in one important aspect: That it is – as far as possible – made up 100% of glass. Of course, there is – in most cases – a framwork visible, but the intention is to keep it engineered to be as unobtrusive as possible.

This attracts customers who want to retain the original lines of their home while adding interior space to their house. With a bit of imagination, a glass room can be added to a home and be to all intents and purposes invisible to the passer-by.

Meanwhile, the homeowner also gets the illusion that the home has extended seemlessly into the garden, with only the thinnest of barriers between the inside and outside world.

It’s all about huge areas of glazing, both in the walls and the veranda roof, fitting seemelessly on the side of the house as if it was meant to be there all along.Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download

How is this possible? The answer lies in the advance of glass and engineering technologies. In the past, traditional conservatories relied on at least part of the room being of traditional construction. However, new advances mean that the effective possible size of glass panels has increased, while the need for supporting structures has decreased. The result is an equally stable glass room with minimal support.

With options that include both framless and framed glazing, and a startling choice of traditional, foliding and sliding doors, the buyer is able to make their glass room structure as individual as they like, and our design team is on hand to help you build the bespoke glass room of your dreams.