Loggia: The next generation of home extension
In recent years, glazing products have seen huge strides forward in terms of window thermal efficiency, and now a new product looks to do the same to the conservatory extension.
Loggia columns can be twice as energy efficient as a traditional conservatory walls, but are still quick to build.
The energy efficiency of a Loggia column comes from its innovative, insulation.
A typical Loggia column has a TOG value of 23.3, almost five times the 4.7 achieved by traditional bricks.
Added to this, at Swansea-based Securahome A-rated, thermally efficient glass is used throughout as standard to enhance the conservatory’s thermal efficiency.
To further maximise its heat retention, there is even an option to choose a highly insulated solid roof.
This energy efficiency means that unlike a traditional conservatory, there may be no need to have interior doors.
This gives a Loggia column conservatory great versatility, meaning it can be used to extend an existing room, for example, to make a dining kitchen for more family or entertaining space.
Inside, the Loggia column gives a conservatory the look of a contemporary, single storey extension, with plastered walls, and options for cleverly concealed heaters and modern lighting.
Best of all, this is an extension that can be quick to construct, taking far less time than a traditional orangery or extension, in many cases without the need for planning permission. In fact you could be opening the doors of a Loggia conservatory in just a few months.
To find out more about Loggia columns visit or call Securahome’s Swansea showroom.