As our daily lives become increasingly hectic - with parents often working full time, kids’ and grandkids’ school activities, church and social events - the desire for a quiet, peaceful retreat to wind down and recharge the batteries at the end of the day is ever increasing.
Some go in for vacation cabins or other escapes away from home to relax, but more and more people prefer to create a restful sanctuary right in their own back yards. A screen and glass sunroom is the modern improvement on yesterday’s porch - allowing you to enjoy the outdoors without being at the mercy of the elements.
A sunroom may be the perfect solution to the growing demand homeowners have for a personal, private haven right in their own back yard. Constructed on a deck or cement foundation, a sunroom provides shelter when it’s raining outside - allows for mosquito-free dining “al fresco” - or becomes your peaceful moment alone with a cup of coffee and the morning paper.
Adding a sunroom is an economical and easy way to add outdoor living space - without the expense and disruption of conventional construction. Built from specially extruded aluminum or vinyl components, these rooms use sliding glass windows and doors, and are covered with a fully engineered, insulated roof . . . all covered by a 50 year transferrable warranty!
Many sunrooms are purchased by homeowners who already have existing patios or decks at their homes – but find that they do not use them. Others involve enclosing existing screen rooms or open porches. They are a perfect place to nurture plants, entertain, and add extra living space to your home. They are especially popular with empty-nesters who have downsized to a smaller home. Sunrooms offer the open, bright feeling of being outdoors, while keeping the elements and the insects away.