Make the most of your view
With continuous panoramic windows rather than walls, a Lorimer tiled sunroom gives you masses of natural light as well as the feeling you get with a fully-tiled, or slated roof. It also allows you to incorporate contemporary design features such as speakers and down-lighters.
See your new Tiled Sunroom in 3D
See and explore your new tiled sunroom before we build it. We’ll create a fully immersive, 3D digital model, using the photographs we take when we visit to survey your home. Choose finishes and details and we’ll add them to the model. To get an idea of how it works, explore the examples here.
To fully integrate your tiled sunroom with the rest of your home, and enjoy a temperate environment throughout, we can connect new radiators to your existing central heating system or fit electric heaters for heat on demand. Plus, to get extra heat from the feet up we can also fit underfloor heating, for the ultimate in luxury.
The roof on each Lorimer tiled sunroom is finished externally to match your house, as closely as possible, in either slate or tile. Each extension is designed to complement the style and period of your home, so aesthetically it looks like it has always been there. Available with a Gable Front or Edwardian roof design, you can choose the style to best suit your home and ultimately the end use of the room.
Flooring. Tiles or timber
With CR Smith, you can choose from a wide range of tiled and timber floors for your conservatory, orangerie or sunroom. The main distinction is between timber and tiles, but there’s plenty of choice with each.
We offer both laminate and engineered timber floors. Laminate is practical, easy to clean and affordable, while engineered hardwood floors add a touch more luxury. Made from 18mm-thick cross-ply timber with a beautiful solid hardwood skin, engineered floors can have a hand distressed, lacquered or oiled finish.
Your conservatory will be finished with beautiful veneered sills and solid skirting boards in your choice of Royal Oak, Natural Ash or American Cherry. All timber will be hand-finished in wax or varnish, and we’ll paint the walls too.
Why should I choose a Lorimer tiled sunroom?
A Lorimer tiled sunroom will give you a truly unique space for your home.
To let in as much light as possible, we include continuous panoramic windows rather than walls and on the inside the roof can be flat or vaulted, to create a special feature.
Each Lorimer tiled sunroom features a tiled or slated roof, to match your home as closely as possible and can also include roof lights. You can also incorporate modern design features such as downlighters and integrated speakers.
What kind of tiled sunroom can I enjoy?
Our filed sunrooms come in a variety of styles, each of which can be altered to suit the precise needs of your home. Our core styles – the Gable, Gullwing, Sunlounge and Victorian – are specially designed to adapt to the mould of almost any home. We pride ourselves on bringing you the conservatory you want. We can even combine styles to give you the best of all worlds.
Do I need planning permission?
Every installation and build is different. The requirement for planning permission is based on your type of property and the size of tiled sunroom you want to build. The regulations are different again should you live in a listed building or conservation area.
Our design team would be able to give you specific information based on your individual specification.
Do all CR Smith tiled sunrooms have a bespoke design?
Every tiled sunroom is built with your home in mind, and we’ll change specifications to suit your requests. In a country with a rich heritage like Scotland, we understand that every house has its own unique personality and vintage. But whether it’s a modern masterpiece or a rugged build from the 1930s, we’ve got the styles to match. Edwardian, Gable front and many more
How much does a tiled sunroom cost?
Depending on the specifications of your tiled sunroom, prices will vary. To find out about price ranges, get in touch. We’ll supply you with a FREE quote, allowing you to figure out the cost with no commitment.