A sunroom that can be used as a TV room for a growing family in the Meath

The client requested maximum glass in the sunroom but also wanted a warm, all year round sunroom to relax in and that could be used all throughout winter.


The client wanted to maximise the light into the home, but at the same time having no glare on the TV.

Whilst we would normally use steel tiles on the roof to give customers the most economical option, this client requested roof tiles to match the existing house roof tiles, at an extra cost.

This extension was linked into the existing extension with a valley, to create a sunroom that looks like it is incorporated into the house so it looks like it has been built as part of the original home.


This was a traditional bespoke sunroom extension which took 8 weeks to build. These jobs take a little longer, 8 weeks instead of 5-6 weeks due to the requirement of a steel frame to carry the weight of the concrete tiles.

Feature pillars were built to give the sunroom a modern look and feel. 3 roof windows were installed to let plenty of light into the home.

The position of the TV was carefully calculated to ensure no glare from the sun, and the extra pillars were installed to ensure the TV room had a cosy feel.


A beautiful example of a traditional sunroom extension which compliments the home and looks like it was part of the original home.

The client said:

We’ve recently had a sunroom installed by Brightspace Home Improvements and are absolutely delighted with it. From the very start we had a good feeling about this company


Project New Sunroom Meath - Before


Project New Sunroom Meath - After


Project New Sunroom Meath - Interior