Add Space and Natural Light – Anytime, Anywhere
Fill your home with natural light, and add the space you’ve always wanted – with one easy addition. A sunroom brings your home to life!
Let in the Light…Weather the World
Enjoy the beauty, serenity, and energy of nature, all year round, in a glass room addition. Reap the benefits of an outdoor living area, 365 days a year, without inclement weather, pests or other intrusions.
• Enjoy All Year Round – The glass technology helps keeps you comfortable, even on the hottest summer day or chilliest winter night. It’s the extraordinary alternative to an ordinary room addition.
• Improve Your Quality of Life, Everyday – Create a space where your family will gather, not just for special occasions, but every day. The unique presence of a room you’ve chosen as a family brings loved ones together. This is sure to become the most popular room in your home.
• Adds an Elegant Finishing Touch – Bring drama and sophistication into your home and your lifestyle. Adding a sunroom opens the flow of your floor plan, and lends easy elegance to your entertaining style.
• Benefit from Easy Construction – Enjoy clean, efficient construction. Unlike traditional “brick and mortar” additions, a sunroom can be built quicker and with fewer traumas to your home and lifestyle. Your stunning glass room addition can be ready to live in within a few weeks, not months.
• It’s the Room for Every Reason
• Whether you’re craving a cozy family room, private spa, gourmet kitchen, dining room, pool enclosure, attic expansion, bird observatory or even a sophisticated master suite, a sunroom can make your family’s dreams come true.
Five Little-Known Benefits of Sunlight
• Sunlight is beneficial for Alzheimer’s patients.
Clinical research has shown that exposure to full-spectrum light throughout the day coupled with darkness at night can help improve some aspects of Alzheimer’s disease—reducing agitation, increasing sleep efficiency, decreasing nighttime wakefulness, and decreasing nighttime activity in these patients.
• Sunlight may lower risk for multiple sclerosis.
MS is more common in populations that live farther from the equator. People who move from a low-risk area to a high-risk area before the age of 15 acquire a higher risk of developing MS, whereas those who make the same move after adolescence retain a lower risk. These observations suggest that environmental exposure, and in particular, early sunlight exposure (which is correlated with vitamin D levels) in the first two decades of life, influences the risk of developing MS. Related to this finding, several European population studies observed that there is a lower risk of MS for births occurring after October and a higher risk for MS for births occurring after May. This suggests that maternal levels of vitamin D during the third trimester of pregnancy may influence risk of MS.
• Sunlight helps heal psoriasis.
Exposure to sunlight is extremely beneficial for individuals with psoriasis. In one study, an outdoor four-week sunbathing therapy was shown to promote significant clearance of psoriatic symptoms in 84 percent of subjects.
• Sunlight can ease mild depression.
There has been a lot of research on the link between sunlight and mood. One solid study found that sunlight actually increases levels of a natural antidepressant in the brain. On sunny days, the brain produces more of the mood-lifting chemical serotonin than on darker days.
• Sunlight can improve sleep quality.
When sunlight hits your eyes, your optic nerve sends a message to the gland in the brain that produces melatonin (a hormone that helps you sleep); the gland decreases its secretions of melatonin until the sun goes down again. In other words, exposure to sunlight during the day increases the natural production of melatonin at night. Low levels of melatonin production are linked to poor sleep quality, especially in older adults.
The experts offer this advice, on things you should take into consideration prior to you contacting a professional to discuss the options which would best suited for your family’s lifestyle. When you call to set up a sunroom installation appointment, you may help speed the process by having the answers to these questions:
• Are you interested in a sunroom?
• What does your homeowners’ association allow?
• Where do you want the new structure built?
• Do you want the new structure built on an existing slab or will new concrete be required?
• Are you replacing an existing sunroom or patio?
• Are any wires, sprinkler systems or gas lines buried near the job site?
• Do you want full or partial shade?
• How do you plan to utilize the structure?
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