Glass Extensions Keep Living Rooms Cosy During Winter.Published on 18th January 2012
Their investment in aluminium and glass extensions still pays off during the colder months, thanks to advances in the technology used in the glazing and the aluminium framing that help maintain living rooms as snug living environments.
One of these advances is the use of argon gas to fill the gap between the panes of glass in double glazing. Argon gas is perfectly safe to use, and its presence means the heat loss from living rooms is drastically reduced, thereby increasing energy efficiency in the process. Another advance is the development of Low E glass, which reflects heat back into living rooms.
“…It is clear that glass extensions are perfect for living rooms, even during the winter months when they remain warm and inviting, and the only cool thing about them is their looks.”
This type of technology means thermal and energy efficiency ratings are maximised, and glass extensions can be used all-year-round as specific living rooms in properties; without the worry of cold drafts during the winter months.
As a result, more and more home owners are creating bespoke glass extensions to house their main living rooms. For instance, bespoke, lean-to conservatories create striking and contemporary living rooms, which utilise the surrounding scenery as a huge pictorial backdrop for the living rooms and their occupants. The huge panes of glass and the minimal aluminium frame; mean living rooms housed in lean-to conservatories attract light, even during the darkest of days. Such is their style, that bespoke conservatories can be tailored precisely to the requirements of the homeowner, providing them with the living room of their dreams.
Other homeowners are creating fabulous, bespoke orangeries to house their living rooms. Living rooms in such surroundings ooze style and elegance, enhanced by sweeping folding sliding doors and glorious rooflights which maximise light intake for the living rooms.
Therefore, it is clear that glass extensions are perfect for living rooms, even during the winter months when they remain warm and inviting, and the only cool thing about them is their looks.