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The Sun Lounge style often described as a ‘Lean-To’ was the first glazed home extension built as much as a green house as extra living space from the 1960’s onward at a very affordable price usually in timber or horticultural aluminium.

 

A style that in its simplest form is not as popular today as tastes have changed and conservatories have improved in choice, however it still offers a very cost effective solution.

 

Worth considering in a modern contemporary design format using bi-folding doors and different roof configurations such as hips & facets this type of building has come back into vogue in the guise of minimalist architecturally styled glazed extensions.

The Sun Lounge style often described as a ‘Lean-To’ was the first glazed home extension built as much as a green house as extra living space from the 1960’s onward at a very affordable price usually in timber or horticultural aluminium.

 

A style that in its simplest form is not as popular today as tastes have changed and conservatories have improved in choice, however it still offers a very cost effective solution.

 

Worth considering in a modern contemporary design format using bi-folding doors and different roof configurations such as hips & facets this type of building has come back into vogue in the guise of minimalist architecturally styled glazed extensions.

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