A fabulous light filled living space for your home
Sunrooms provide the perfect link between your home and your garden transforming your living space whilst bringing light and warmth into your home.
Every Horizon Sunroom is designed around your needs, the size and layout of your home and your budget. Our experienced experts will work with you to ensure everything from the size and shape of the room to the window and door fittings are just what you want.
We will be able to advise you on whether you need planning permission and how best to make the most of your budget and space.
Many of our customers see a Sunroom as a natural extension which offers panoramic windows and adds value to your property.
Here are the most common reasons our customers install a sunroom:
- Increases living space
- Provides lots of light
- Can be installed in days
- Low maintenance
- Adds value to your property
- Available with the Guardian Roof system for reduced heating bills and all year round usage.
- What’s the difference between a conservatory and a sunroom?
What’s the difference between a conservatory and a sunroom?
Sunrooms and conservatories are often mistaken for one another. The terms are used interchangeably without realising that there are some distinct differences between the two. One thing they do have in common is the fact that they are external rooms which are designed to take in the sun whenever possible.
A conservatory is a glass room which is attached to the house but is considered to be a separate room. A sunroom on the other hand is actually like an extra room because it has a roof made from different materials such as tiles.
In fact, a sunroom is often considered to be the same as a regular room in the home expect for the fact that it has more windows.
Help and Advice
We have installed many sunrooms over the last 10 years so if you need advice on extending your home in a light filled way please call us on 01566 773777, email us via email@example.com or drop in and see us at 3a -3c Vic’s Yard on the Pennygillam Industrial Estate in Launceston.