Sunrooms are a great investment in your home and will be enjoyed every day. If you are interested in increasing the value of your house while enjoying the benefits of a multipurpose, sun-filled room then you should consider building a sunroom addition to your home. Sunrooms, Florida rooms, garden rooms, and conservatories are primarily glass constructed rooms that can be enclosed with screens and used during nice weather, or they can be year round enclosures. Sunrooms come in many different styles and sizes. They create extra living space for your family and also allow you to enjoy the wonders of nature from within the walls of your home. Adding visible light by means of a sunroom not only embraces the warmth of your mood, but also adds a new dimension of space within your home.
Discover the alternative to the glass room with acrylic pane windows that will protect your patio from the outside elements.Acrylic panes are easy to remove allowing total screen roomventilation on the days you want it and protection on the days you don't. Another choice is vinyl pane windows that feature durable, weather-resistant, 10 mil vinyl. All windows are custom-fitted for smooth operation and designed to provide easy cleaning from the inside. The unique design makes ventilation up to 70% possible. Select either white or bronze frames with clear, purple or smoke gray vinyl.
Vinyl window sunrooms are one of the top selling sunrooms today. Vinyl is a highly insulated material that is virtually maintenance free and available in an array of styles, shapes and sizes. It is enjoyed by many because it can be manufactured in all the most popular designs including Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian and Lean-To. It is a versatile and reliable product that performs well in both the extremes of cold and heat. It is also readily available, well tested, and the lowest cost option of all three materials.
Most vinyl sunrooms offer you the option of internal beaded windows or externally glazed windows. Internally beaded windows (where the glass is held in place from the inside) are considered more secure and burglar resistant. Keep in mind; with vinyl sunrooms, the windows and doors are "multi-walled" with internal reinforcement. The more internal walls, the more durable the room will be.
Due to its durability, wonderful functionality, ease of maintenance and large selection of styles, shapes and sizes, vinyl sunrooms have remained a number one pick for sunrooms. However, some feel that vinyl lacks authenticity when it comes to the more traditional designs. If you're looking for absolute authenticity you should stick with wood, but if you want the look with a lower cost then vinyl is your best option. SeaBreeze Aluminum is your one-stop shop for Sunrooms. We can handle your job all the way from concrete pouring down to electrical services.