Sunspace Sunrooms add beauty and comfort while increasing the value of your home or cabin, and can be installed directly onto existing patios, decks, and even under previously constructed roofs for maximum convenience. The best part is that you can choose from various material and insulation options to transform your porch, patio or deck into your perfect space, and the various color and finish options make your new sunroom feel like it was always part of your home.
Sunspace Sunrooms’ broad range of products include patio covers, WeatherMaster windows, and porch enclosures designed to extend your enjoyment of outdoor living while eliminating the common annoyances of wind, rain, insects, and harmful UV rays.
Whether you use your Saskatoon sunroom to grow plants, as a home office, a play space, or an enclosed porch. Choosing a patio cover or patio enclosure means you can spend more of the year on your deck with friends and family, while three- or four-season sunrooms give your home more usable space even through the harshest of winters. With options available from screen windows to double-glazed sunroom windows for your sunroom enclosure, you can also choose how much, or how little, of your new indoor space is exposed to the outdoors.
WeatherMaster vinyl windows are made with View Flex vinyl glazing which is more durable than glass. After an impact, the windows “self-heal” to go back to their original tension. Special care is required when cleaning these windows to prevent scratching or deterioration of the vinyl.
That depends on several different factors including local building codes, elevation off the ground, type of enclosure, etc. If a railing is required, Sunspace enclosures can incorporate picket, glass, or solid aluminum sections into the wall panels to satisfy the requirement. As all enclosures are custom designed and built, you can choose the option that best suits your budget and style.
You can. Adding a heater to your enclosure is one of the best ways to stretch the seasonal use of your space. We do recommend using an electric heater inside the enclosures as there is not always enough ventilation to use alternatives. Ensure that when you are using a heater that you follow the manufacturer’s usage guidelines.