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A Sunroom extension is a heated space with fully insulated brick walls and a roof that is more useable than a conservatory. This can offer more space for growing families offering, an extra bedroom, a kitchen extension, a place to relax and unwind or maybe even a party room.
Clyde Windows & Construction Ltd. Only build fully insulated warm Sunrooms and Orangeries. Or as some people say an extension to my house, Our Sunrooms have the latest rigid board insulation under their flooring and behind their walls. Giving you heat and comfort in your Sunroom or Orangerie all year round.
We use specialized insulated glazing for the windows and doors and the latest insulation boards in the roof.
With the extensive experience and planning skills provided by Clyde Windows & Construction Ltd. You can relax knowing your Sun-Room will be wind a comfortable and warm all year round in our Scottish weather conditions.
Adding a fully insulated sunroom is a great way of creating a bright, comfortable new living space to your home, however as there are so many options it can become mind boggling trying to choose which design will work for you. A well-designed sunroom will blend in with your home and enhance its architecture and garden.
Garden Sun-Rooms / Orangeries come in many shapes and sizes. That is why, Clyde Windows & Construction Ltd. Will help you plan, design and customise the perfect Sun-room for your home. We offer a free visual 3D laptop presentation in your house. Giving you an opportunity to examine all Sunroom options and designs available to you.
We can then offer you a free no obligation quote to build the perfect extension for your needs.
We keep the costs of your project to a minimum, by manufacturing the components to the highest standards in our own workshops.
When you decide to build with us, you will be assigned a project manager to ensure your project is completed on time and is hassle free to you. We can help with all the practical arrangements for your conservatory, including preparing working drawings and obtaining relevant permissions from your local Council and obtaining building warrants if needed, we can also advise you as to whether you need any council permissions or not.
With all of the recent changes in sunroom building regulations, it is critical that you select a reputable company that is up to date on all of the major reforms in sun-room building regulations.
Recent changes were made in response to a large number of so-called sunroom specialists miss informing their clients, causing problems during the build, and unnecessary issues, extra work and extra unforeseen costs later when trying to obtaining a building completion certificate.
You can buy with confidence, knowing we are supported by our own local council trading standards department as part of their trusted trader scheme, as well as many other council trading standards trusted trader schemes.
We have recently introduced a truly fantastic Solid Roof system that has been fully approved and registered by the LABSS (Local Authority Building Standards Scotland) as checked for compliance with Scottish Building Regulations under certificate number EWS550.
The thermal performance specification required to meet Scottish Building Regulations is more stringent, and the required U-value of 0.15W/m2K (calculated to BS EN ISO 6946:2007) is achieved by supplementing the Solid Roof's external finish with a breathable membrane and 142mm Kingspan TEK structural insulated panel roof assembly, as well as additional insulation of Kooltherm K18 insulated dry lining plasterboard internal finish to provide an additional 42.5mm non-bridged layer.
To facilitate mandatory legal technical compliance procedures for site locations in all three countries, the updated certificate number EWS550 now covers England, Wales, and Scotland.
We can provide you with a free quote for the construction of a completely new solid roof sunroom or a quote to replace an existing conservatory roof with a retrofit solid roof, which can require statutory submission of Building Regulations application.