Decal Scotland Ltd provides a full sunroom service.
One of the reasons that sunrooms are becoming more and more popular is that they offer a great way to enjoy outdoor spaces while being indoors. They offer a flexible design with lots of glass and can be used for many different reasons.
A sunroom is traditionally an all-glass building although we often now create them with solid roofs as well. There may be solid panels along the bottom or the glazing may be full height. You can have a frame made from UPVC, aluminium or other materials and once put up, the main maintenance is to clean the windows.
Because these are usually small structures, you can add them without the need for planning permission under the Permitted Development system. There are restrictions and you should always work with an expert in extensions to make sure you are working within them. But in most cases, there’s no need for planning permission to add a sunroom to your home.
Sitting in a sunroom is a great way to enjoy the natural sunlight, even in winter. Double glazed windows keep the heat inside and the cold our so you can control the environment inside just like any other part of the house.