|Place of Origin:||GuangZhou,China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||50 Square meter|
|Packaging Details:||Foam layer and hard cardboard which is suitable for container shipping.|
|Delivery Time:||40 days for one 40ft container|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||1000 square meter per month|
|Type:||Glass Sunroom||Material:||Aluminum & Glass|
|Exterior Building:||Customized||Glass Type:||Low E Glass, Reflective Tempered Glass|
Aluminum Frame Glass Wall House,
Aluminum Frame Prefab 4 Season Room,
Low E Glass Prefab 4 Season Room
prefab indoor growing aluminum frame glass prefabricated sunroom
Picture yourself on a bright, cheery morning. You’re sitting, enjoying the outdoor view. The sun is shining and nature is unfolding before your eyes. You sip your hot beverage and go back to your reading. In the background, soft music plays. The smell of fresh baking wafts in the air. Peace and tranquility surround.
But wait. Something’s missing. There’s no wind blowing papers off the table. No flies buzzing about, examining your food or landing in your hair. It might even be the middle of winter with newly-fallen snow on the branches or a cool spring day with flowers peeking out from thawing ground. Yet you’re warm, totally comfortable and entirely relaxed.
That’s because you’re sitting in your new sunroom and know it’s the best investment you’ve ever made in your home. Adding a sunroom to your house was always your dream, but it didn’t become a reality until you researched your options. Making an informed decision before investing in a sunroom addition took prudent due diligence but was well worth the time.
This picture could be you after looking at what’s available for building a sunroom. You’ll hear the terms “three-season sunroom” and “four-season sunroom” as well as “patio covers,” “screen rooms” and “conservatories.” You’ll wonder, “Should I add a sunroom to my house?” and “How much does it cost to add a sunroom to my house?”
The terms and questions are normal for industry professionals who build sunrooms. Adding a sunroom to your home is more than most do-it-yourselfers can take on. However, experienced sunroom craftspeople will make your sunroom addition as stress-free as when you’re finally sitting there enjoying it.
No doubt you’re thinking about the advantages and disadvantages if you add a sunroom to your house. Those are natural considerations. They follow even the most basic question, and that’s “What is a sunroom for?” To help you make that informed decision, let’s take a look at the pros and cons of sunrooms as well as other things to consider.
Since sunroom builders in recent years have been stepping up their game and rewriting some of the rules, these distinctions between stick-built additions and sunrooms are constantly changing and narrowing. For example, there was a time when most prefab sunrooms were not wired for electricity. Now, this is a viable option with most sunroom packages.
HVAC: Sunrooms are not required to have central heating and cooling (HVAC). Custom-built sunrooms usually have at least heating, often in the form of electric baseboards or fan-driven heaters. True room additions, on the other hand, must have the same central HVAC service as the rest of the house.
Electrical service: Sunrooms are not required to be wired for electricity, though they increasingly are, especially when they are custom built. Even prefab sunroom kits may have provisions for adding electrical service. Stick-built room additions, on the other hand, are required to follow the same code requirements for electrical service as the rest of the house—which is one of the reasons they are more expensive than sunrooms.
Construction costs: On the whole, sunrooms have a lower construction cost per square foot than regular room additions built by general contractors and subcontractors. Square footage costs for sunrooms are usually about half that of room additions.
Provides supplemental space: The main purpose of a sunroom is to provide supplemental space with generous natural light for reading, growing plants, housing a spa, etc. This is an important real estate distinction because supplemental space is viewed differently from the essential living space that is provided by a true room addition. In short, a true room addition adds more equity value to your home than does a supplemental sunroom.
|Aluminium Profiles||Aluminium Alloy||ALU Wall Thickness||Surface Finishing and Color|
|6063-T5||1.2mm--2.0mm, Normally 1.4mm for window, 2.0mm for door||Anodized, Sliver & Bronze|
|Powder Coating, colore should be confirm with buyer|
|Electrophoresis, Sliver& Champagne|
|With thermal break aluminium system design for more energy saving function|
|Float glass||Single: 4mm -12mm, Double Glazing (With 6A/9A/12A/27A space)||clear/super clear/ tinted blue/green/coffee brown/grey|
|Insulated double glass|
|Insulated triple glass|
|Customized art glass|
|Hardware||High quality, made in China of well-know brand (Kinlong )/ made in Germany (Siegenia /Roto )|
|Accessories||Use EPDM sealant rubber|
|Stainless steel 304# accessories.|
|Production standard||Basis on the shop drawings which approved by the buyer|
Contact Person: Fun Lee