First there were conservatories, and then orangeries, and now there are
skyrooms. A skyroom is combination of the two traditional types of structures, and offers the best of both worlds. Atlas skyrooms can be constructed entirely from aluminium or a combination of aluminium and brickwork or blockwork supports, the external finishes can be face brick, render or options such as Cedar cladding. Glazed areas will have Atlas ultra-slim and lightweight aluminium frames, which have very sharp sightlines, and a slimmer ridge, giving the Atlas skyroom more viewing space into the outside world.
Chase Window Company fully recommends, and can supply, a bespoke Atlas skyroom to suit any property. An Atlas skyroom, by its very design, is light and airy and offers virtually unobstructed views into the night sky. The strength of the aluminium frame means it can easily support double or triple glazing, while the support beams can also hold spotlights. A skyroom will have many uses but its elegant appearance will add real value to any property, making the addition of a skyroom a very worthwhile investment.
Energy Efficient Glazing
Large areas of glass have the potential to allow unrestricted heat transfer, so Atlas skyrooms are glazed with energy efficient glass to ensure heat loss is kept to an absolute minimum. A large areas of glass also has the ability to trap natural light from the sun, which has the opposite effect by providing free heat. A ridge roof therefore has the ability to be twice as energy efficient. With controlled ventilation, the overall effect means a skyroom can be exceptionally warm in winter, and decidedly cool in the summer.
As you would expect from a quality Atlas product, exterior entrance and access doors are fitted with high security multi-point locking systems to ABI standards.
For help and advice about the Atlas range of products, visit our showroom where you will find our exclusive Skyroom display.
Here you can view and get a feel for the Skyroom in a genuine installed application, similar to that of what you are considering for your own property.