A Livin Room is essentially an Orangery but without a flat roof. This means they are quicker to build and therefore more competitively priced. You benefit from the light of a conservatory, with the walls and ceiling of an extension.
A Livin Room is created using an Ultraframe glazed roof system together with an engineered steel framing system internally which is plastered to give a perimeter ceiling.
Additional lighting can be added, as can windows, or why not choose French doors or bi-folding doors to open up the space and add as much natural light as possible.
They are multi-functional spaces that can be used for virtually anything. Extend your living, kitchen or dining area or create a space for the children to play with easy access to the garden.
The glass in the roof lantern is self-cleaning meaning that rain water simply washes away any dirt.
The aluminium cornice can conceal drainage and can be finished in a wide range of colours.
Whether you choose a modern, Victorian or Georgian design, there is a Livin Room to suit your home and budget.
You may also be interested in reading our blog ‘What is the Difference Between a Conservatory and an Orangery’ where we also discuss Livin Rooms.
February 2018 Berkshire, Crowthorne
November 2017 Berkshire, Bracknell