The veranda is an extension of the house. It can house a kitchen, a living room or even a room. It can be partitioned or completely open and offers a natural extension to your home by turning to the outside.
With its large glazed areas, the veranda offers a panoramic view of the outside and allows an immense contribution of light. The conservatory also allows less use of electric light sources.
Thanks to the sun that penetrates through the windows, the veranda makes use of the natural heat in winter and is a real living room pleasant and comfortable. Advances in construction, especially thanks to special gaskets and double glazing, provide significant thermal insulation.
The best place is in the south. But it is advisable to determine the location of the veranda from the implantation of the house and the rules of town planning.
The veranda can be installed on the garden side, a real extension of the interior that extends with the outside, on the entrance side, to create a vestibule, a shelter, or between two buildings, to create an annex.
Rectangular, faceted, angled, round, it’s up to you to choose your porch depending on what you expect. The rectangular allows the construction of a flat roof or even a skylight, the veranda with facets that radiates like a fan recalls the Belle Époque style. Corner, it is based on two facades and promotes the development of a double room as a kitchen open to the living room.