Decal Scotland Ltd provides a full sunroom service.
At a glance, sunrooms and conservatories are very similar. But there are some differences that mean more people are choosing sunrooms around the UK over the traditional conservatory design.
The materials used are one of the big differences between the two. Conservatories tend to be made from UPVC and glass windows, sometimes with a small brick base and sometimes with a glazed or polycarbonate roof. A sunroom is made completely from glass including the roof so it is easy to protect yourself from the UV rays from the sun with the built-in protection.
Sunrooms can also be used most all of the year with the right heating in place. You can add blinds to windows to shield against the worst of the sun and also to help insulate in the winter. Double glazing windows and roof mean that it is easy to heat them with modern heating systems and you can even add underfloor heating.
Building a sunroom is also a relatively quick and simple process. You can build one under Permitted Development in most places as long as you stick to the regulations within this. This means there’s no need for planning permission and the project can be completed much quicker.