How To Replace An Old Conservatory With A Sunroom

To replace an existing old conservatory that is too hot in the summer and too cold in the winter with a new Brightspace all year round sunroom.

Design Solution

A glass to ground, contemporary designed sunroom was chosen in white. We chose to include a triangle gable to the front to allow the front windows to extend right to the underside of the ceiling of the sunroom.

2 roof windows were added for additional light. The glass to ground design kept the project under budget as there would be no major building work required, the existing base is in good condition and level and square.

The clients also preferred the view that the full length glass panels offered.


The client wanted to reuse the existing base because it was in good condition, however the external base was tiled and these tiles were falling off in various places.

We stripped all the tiles off the existing base and re-plaster the base externally after the windows were fitted which rectified the problem.


We positioned the door on the front of the room, to fall in line with the patio step.

Opening windows were included on the side for adequate ventilation and we put in 2 roof lights in a bright PVC frame finish.

All the existing framework and glass was disposed of.


A wonderful transition from an uninhabitable, cold conservatory, to a bright warm all year round contemporary room that aesthetically improves the look of the house.

The build was completed in 4 weeks, on time and within budget.

The customer said

We needed an overhaul of our old conservatory that was leaking. Mark, Peter, Niall and their team worked with us to create a new sunroom. Communication was excellent on each step of the work. Everything was completed on time and at the agreed price. The team who carried out the work were highly skilled, very professional and lovely to have around our home. We are delighted with our new sunroom and highly recommend Brightspace Sunrooms.


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