The client requested that we remove the existing french doors so that the new sunroom would be open plan from the rest of the home.
The house was a brick finish, and unfortunately we were unable to get a brick to match the original house. There was a soil pipe and sink waste pipes in the way, and a kitchen extractor fan to be moved.
There was also a manhole which needed to be relocated. The client was getting the upstairs of their home refurbished in the coming weeks, so we were asked to run the heating pipes before construction commenced.
White frames were chosen for the sunroom to match the existing windows of the home. Large picture frame windows were used to create a contemporary look and to maximize the view into the garden.
A 3m long side wall was constructed to the side of the sunroom to accommodate the office. 3 roof windows were installed to maximize the light back into the kitchen area. A smooth plaster finish was chosen for the outside of the sunroom, which the client then chose to paint blue, to contrast aesthetically with the original house brickwork.
The floor level was brought up to match the existing floor level in the original house, so that new flooring could run through the entire ground floor of their home.
Another beautiful brightspace, which works perfectly as an office and extra living space.
We achieved a bright, spacious, contemporary room, which contrasts perfectly with the home and still leaves ample space in the garden.
The sunroom was completed in 4 weeks, on time and within budget.
The clients said:
From the initial quotation to the completion of the project, it was seamless. The entire team who worked on the extension were professional and efficient. We are very happy with our sunroom and would highly recommend Brightspace.