James Conservatories are Glasgow builders and provide conservatories and sun rooms, garage conversions, double glazed windows, and house extensions in Glasgow, and throughout Scotland.
We have recently completed projects in Edinburgh, Paisley, Livingston, Cambuslang, Cumbernauld, Kilmarnock, Stirling, Falkirk, Bearsden, East Kilbride, Motherwell, Bishopbriggs, Newton Mearns, Wishaw, Rutherglen, and other places throughout West and Central Scotland.
Sunrooms and Sun Gardens
Sunrooms (sometimes called Sun Gardens) are becoming more and more popular because they are an ideal way of adding an extra room to your property, and are commonly used for a kids play room, or an office, or simply a comfortable living space in which to relax and unwind.
A well built sunroom is a great way of combining the light and spaciousness of a conservatory with the versatility of a solid roofed house extension.
Our Sunroom Builders
James Conservatories have a team of experienced sunroom builders who have been building affordable sunrooms and sun gardens in Glasgow and across the whole of Scotland for more than 12 years. We have a good understanding of the relevant requirements for planning permission and building regulations, and are committed to providing you with the highest quality of building work during the construction of your sunroom.
The main difference between the designs of sunrooms and conservatories is that sunrooms have a solid roof which keeps the temperature more insulated, making them cooler during the summer months and warmer during winter. Sunroom conservatories are usually square or rectangular on plan, and have double glazed windows and doors.
Sun Rooms, Sun Gardens, Garden Rooms...
So what is the difference between a sunroom and a sun garden? Or a sun lounge? Precisely nothing! They all refer to the same general structure, a glass-walled, solid-roofed conservatory style house extension – sometimes described as a 'glass living room'.
There is very little agreement about naming even among conservatory companies in Scotland, and many companies use different names for the same thing to try and make their products stand out. To make matters worse, when you look online you will find sunrooms also being called garden rooms, garden offices, sun porches, porch enclosures, deck enclosures, sunlounges, summer houses, Mediterranean rooms, studio rooms, solariums, four-seasons rooms, orangeries... the list goes on and on.
The confusion around the naming of sunrooms exists in part because the word 'sunroom' is used frequently in North America to refer to a standard conservatory, whereas in Scotland and the UK the word refers to a particular type of solid-roofed glass-walled extension. The important thing is to be clear to your builders about exactly what sort of construction you want.
James Conservatories are different to most other sunroom builders in Glasgow in that we don't advertise misleadingly cheap prices, and we don't employ salesmen. When you call us you will be able to speak directly with one of our experts who can offer you free sunroom advice, and immediately answer any questions you may have.
To enquire about our range of sunrooms please call our sun room installers now on 07940 772 939 – for a free, no-obligation quote.