A sunroom is similar to a conservatory but sunrooms feature a solid tile or slate roof with a vaulted internal ceiling. To put it another way, it is an extension with lots of windows. A sunroom is also called a Sun Lounge and it is a structure usually built onto the side or back of a house. It allows you to admire and enjoy the surroundings and the views while being sheltered and protected from rain, wind and other weather conditions. As the name suggests, this room has large windows in order to allow panoramic views, where the sun gets through and the room is filled with light and warmth.
What is the advantage of a sunroom in Northern Ireland?
Those who really require an extension to their home to create more space for family, need a sunroom. This is because a sunroom can be used any day or night any time of the year, so if the kids want to watch TV in the new room on a winter night, then they can. The sunroom must be designed to ensure minimal light loss to the existing internal rooms of the house.
Sunrooms are a traditional build that are more integrated into the house than conservatories and are usually completed using more core construction materials. They offer large spans of glass and roof windows that will help brighten up your home’s interior spaces. Customers enjoy their sunroom as they strengthen the connection between indoors and out, allowing more natural illumination into the house and better views of the garden, while also helping to provide ample warmth via solar gain.