Get a Sunroom This Winter
A sunroom is something between a conservatory and a full brick extension that has plenty of benefits. More affordable than a brick built single or double storey extension but easier to work with than a conservatory, many people are turning to a sunroom as the ideal style of extension.
One of the big things that draw people to the sunroom is that it can be used all year round. Many conservatory owners say that winter, in particular, can be a problem when the cold weather means the room is hard to heat and often not as warm as other parts of the house. Even with double glazing, there can be issues. But because a sunroom has more brickwork than a conservatory, these problems are less.
Sunrooms are also extremely versatile in terms of what you can use them for. They can do jobs similar to conservatories, so people use them to grow plants, as a second living space or as a dining room. They are ideal as home office spaces and can be closed off from the rest of the house to create a quiet workplace. They even make ideal home gym areas, playrooms for the kids or a way to extend the kitchen to gain more space.
You can add a sunroom to most homes without planning permission and just by sticking to relevant building regulations. This means you can get the benefits of the extra space with only minor regulatory considerations.
Contact Decal Scotland Ltd to discuss your requirements.