Sunrooms for Semi-detached houses

Sunrooms for Semi-detached two storey homes in Ireland

Sunrooms for Semi detached homes Brightspace

Sunroom Designs For  Semi detached homes in Ireland

There are broadly 2 types of Semi detached homes, those with a kitchen extension projecting to one side and those with a straight back wall with dining room and kitchen to the rear.

The design of the house may, in many ways, dictate the design of the sunroom.

Tap below to get in touch with us and let us help you create the perfect new sunroom.

Some of our Recent Sunrooms

Sunroom built Onto Extended Kitchen

Sunrooms for Semi detached homes

Sunroom built to infill between extended kitchen and boundary wall

Sunroom Built With New Side Wall

Sunroom for Semidetached home

Sunroom built on semi detached house at boundary line.

Sunroom For Semi-detached Homes

Sunrooms for Semi detached homes Internal

Sunroom built on semi-detached home

Sunroom Between Kitchen Extension And Party Wall

Sunrooms for Semi detached homes Brightspace

Sunroom built to infill between extended kitchen and boundary wall

Sunroom For Semi Detached Home With Corner Pillars

Sunrooms for Semi detached homes 2

Sunroom built on semi detached house.

Sunrooms For Semi-detached Homes with Extended Kitchen

Sunrooms for Semi detached homes 1c

Sunroom built on semi-detached home

Here are the key things to consider for the design

  1. You will have a boundary wall shared with your neighbour on one side. This wall is not used for the new sunroom as you only own one half of the wall.The boundary wall will not have been built with a damp proof course or adequate foundations for a room. So a new wall will need to be built inside the existing garden wall. This will impact the internal space available but our design team will advise you on what size will be available.
  2. If you have an extended kitchen then we will infill the space between the kitchen and the boundary wall. At the end of the kitchen we will then try to extend a short distance across the front of the kitchen to increase the size of the sunroom. There are limiting factors here such as the height of the existing roof of the kitchen but we will carry out a thorough survey of your home to determine the maximum space we can build for you.
  3. You will need to advise your neighbours that you are planning to build a new wall inside the garden wall as we will need access to their garden to finish the plastering of the outside of the sunroom and to fit gutters etc to the roof.
  4. You will need to check if planning permission is required for your sunroom. Most sunrooms will not require planning see here( link) for more planning permission information.

Planning permission for Sunrooms in Ireland

Planning permission is not required for a sunroom once the following applies

  1. It is positioned to the rear of the property.
  2. Any glass facing a boundary must be a least one metre away.
  3. You must have 25sqm of garden left after the new sunroom is complete.
  4. The sunroom floor area must not exceed 40sqm or the sunroom plus any other extensions you may have already added must not exceed 40 sqm.
  5. The sunroom roof must not exceed 4m in height.
  6. The sunroom must be on the ground floor.

For further information on planning permission for sunrooms please feel free to contact the Brightspace team

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