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Why do homeowners invest in a sunroom?

Many reasons: sunrooms expand your living space and increase the value of your home. They bring the outdoors inside and offer an area for relaxation and enjoyment.

Why is a sunroom a good investment?

Homeowners who sell their homes say their sunroom helped their home sell quickly, and they received a more than reasonable return on their sunroom investment. Families who have sunrooms talk about them as a place to relax, de-stress, and get away from it all.

Aside from being an investment that enhances your own personal lifestyle,  you’ll get value when you sell.  The 2005 Cost vs. Value Report from Remodeling Magazine’s research department shows Sunrooms recoup 74.5% of their cost when a home is sold.

Can I use a spa in my sunroom?

We highly recommend it! A sunroom with a spa is a perfect way to increase your enjoyment of your sunroom. Imagine soaking away stress at the end of a busy workday, or enjoying the company of family or friends on a summer night or crisp fall afternoon.

Spas are best installed at the time of original installation of the sunroom. In addition, you’ll want to consider the electrical needs for the spa during the sunroom installation. However, a spa can be added after your room is installed, but requires dismantling a portion of your room.

Why a sunroom?

Sunrooms offer a great way to add space to your home. Almost all homes are ideal candidates for a sunroom, and sunrooms are custom built to match the look of your home. A sunroom can be used as a living room, family room, recreational room, home office, breakfast nook, or any other number of living spaces. Sunrooms can increase the size of an existing space or enclose an open area, such as a porch or patio. Sunrooms are purpose-built, so that they let in only the amount of sunlight that you desire. Sunrooms are also a great alternative to “conventional” wood construction as they are typically built in days rather than weeks.

What is a sunroom?

Sunrooms offer a great way to experience the relaxation of the outdoors without having to deal with all the things that make the outdoors uncomfortable. A sunroom provides the comfort of the indoors with the benefits of the outdoors.

A sunroom is a room or an enclosed porch that is designed to allow as much sunlight in as possible. Sunrooms can use a large number of windows and glass panels on the walls and the roof. Homeowners can choose how much sunlight to let in by incorporating solid roof panels and solid wall sections into the construction of their sunroom.

What kind of Maintenance is necessary?

Sunrooms are designed to be easily maintained. Glass can be cleaned with any household glass cleaner. The structure may need a periodic cleansing with a mild household detergent & water solution to remove pollutant build-up.

Will my Room stand up to severe Weather?

Yes. Sunrooms are designed to meet or exceed Most snow & wind loads.

Where can my Room be built?

Sunrooms can be built on a New or Existing existing slab or deck, patio, porch, or almost any other location next to or underneath a pre-existing structure.

What are the features of our Windows?

Our windows come with security locks, operable double sliders, tempered glass, Full removal screens & meet the national glass code + dual tempered glass is A-Rated ALI Laboratory.

How long does it take to Install the Room?

Rooms are installed in 1 to 2 Days by a Factory Trained Installer & usually 2 to 4 days by a Contractor, Handyman or Home Owner.

How long does it take before the room is Delivered?

It usually takes 3 to 4 weeks from the date the Room is put into Production.

What Building Codes our rooms Meet or Exceed?

Meets or Exceeds UBC (uniform Building Code), National Glass Code, A-Rated Dual Glass, UL ( Underwriter Laboratories), CMBSOA approved Security Windows and AAMA approval on Windows & Doors & IAPMO

What if I want to Install Myself?

You’ll receive an installation manual & Install Phone Tech Support Monday thru Friday

What Types of Doors are there?

There are 3′ tempered glass doors (single pane, dual or dual with grids), Double 3′ tempered glass doors (French Style) &  6′ and 8′ vinyl tempered glass sliders with screen doors in (single pane, dual or dual with grids)

What is our electrical system?

Exclusive UL Approved Electrical Utility Mullions allow Outlets, Switches & Lights between each wall section & allow for cable & phone lines thru-out. Electrical Header Beams on each wall allow for Easy Electrical hookups to any wall module.

What are the different Roof Types?

Tempered glass raftered roofs are for straight & curved sunrooms. The 3″ & 4″ solid insulated roofs are for the straight or gabled garden rooms and patio rooms.

What are the different Wall Types?

Industry Standard walls are 2″ or 3″. Our Newest Residental Super Walls are 4″. 50% stronger with 50% more Insulation and are thermally broken Vinyl clad walls in our Omega Rooms, give Maximum Insulation.

The Differences Between a Sunroom, Garden Room & Patio Room?

A straight sunroom is where all or part of the roof is single or dual tempered glass
A curved radius sunroom is single or dual tempered glass with a tempered glass Roof.
A curved garden room radius is single or dual tempered glass & the roof is solid.
A solid roof straight or gabled garden rooms have Glass gabled ends & transoms.
A solid roof straight or gabled patio room has solid gabled ends, transoms & kick plate.

What are Gabled Ends, Transoms and Knee Walls?

Gables ends are usually the areas above the windows on the side walls.
Transoms are usually the areas above the windows on the front wall.
Knee Walls are the areas below the windows – solid, glass or dual glass.

Acrylic & Poly-Carbonate Rooms

Major scratching is typical to any acrylic and poly- carbonate rooms. Building departments call these structures temporary because they do not hold up under extreme weather conditions and will need to be replaced sooner than later. Or just torn down because they become unsightly storage sheds.

Scratched Acrylic and Polycarbonate

Insulated glass rooms add square footage to your already existing floor plan and adding that type of room has a great return on your investment. In most cases your property tax will only increase ¾ of 1 percent annually with our additions.

We only recommend our acrylic or poly-carbonate rooms for larger detached greenhouses.