Brightspace offer a fantastic range of Sunrooms, built from the ground up, creating a relaxed and private ambience while blending in beautifully into your home.

With a great choice of window designs, frame colours, doors, roof shape and frame colours we will make sure your Sunroom will be unique and be built to suit your home. Inside we maintain a warm and cosy feeling with a plastered ceiling and optional spotlights.

Maximize Light with a Sunroom

All our sunrooms are designed to maximise the light to the inner rooms in the house through the use of roof lights and in some cases clever gable front designs which allow in more light. Clients should note however that due to the nature of the sunroom roof it will be darker in the home after it has been completed and for those whom light is of the utmost importance, greater consideration should be given to having a glass roof. Our design team are happy to provide a free sunroom home or virtual consultation and survey to make sure that the design is suitable for the home.

Sunroom Glazing

Our sunrooms are glazed with 28mm double glazing low E glass. This means that the heat is reflected back into the room keeping the room warm and cosy. We can also offer a Low Iron glass option in our Premium Plus upgarades to allow even more light into the space.Triple glazing is offered however care should be taken when selecting the frames if triple glazing is chosen as triple glazing adds 50% to the weight of the glass unit and will put additional strain on hinges and frames.

Sunroom Colour Finishes

Brightspace make sure that every Sunroom built complements the home. The sunroom range is available with window and door frames in the full suite of colours including antracite grey, cream, green woodgrain etc and we can offer the fascias and gutters in white and black. Roof tiles are available in both black and brown. To maintain maximum light inside the room we recommend maintaining a white finish to the inside of the frames and of course for the ceiling.

Is Planning Permission Required For A Brightspace Sunroom?

Planning permission is not required for a sunroom once the following applies

  • It is positioned to the rear of the property.
  • Any glass facing a boundary must be a least one metre away.
  • You must have 25sqm of garden left after the new sunroom is complete.
  • The sunroom floor area must not exceed 40sqm or the sunroom plus any other extensions you may have already added must not exceed 40 sqm.
  • The sunroom roof must not exceed 4m in height.
  • The sunroom must be on the ground floor.
  • For further information on planning permission for sunrooms please feel free to contact the Brightspace Sunroom team on 045 844 002

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