Sunroom from The Home Office Company

The Home Office Company have sent us details of the latest use for their versatile garden buildings – a sunroom attached to the house.

Built to the same high standards as their Home Offices this sunroom offers many benefits over a traditional conservatory, where a conservatory needs a brick wall to sit on The Home Office Company’s design means that walls can be glazed from floor to ceiling, maximising light and framing views of the garden. Traditional conservatories can easily overheat in summer and loose all their warmth through the roof in winter but this sunroom benefits from solid, insulated roof which means the sunroom will be comfortable to use all year round.

The traditional style of The Home Office Company’s buildings is favoured by planners and they are available in 9 standard colours and a range of bespoke colours. The Home Office Company’s buildings are low maintenance being finished in a hard wearing paint finish.

Designed for year round use, buildings from The Home Office Company have a traditional timber frame and a modular design that means solid insulated panels can be mixed with floor to ceiling glazed panels to create a unique building solution. For added performance all glass is toughened Pilkington K glass which is the equivalent of triple glazing. All buildings come pre wired with consumer unit, double sockets, spotlights and telephone socket.

So, forget a conservatory and consider a sunroom attached to your house from The Home Office Company. For more information visit The Home Office Company website.


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