Time to liven up that porch so you can spend more time outdoors? Porch Conversion of Seneca has the know-how, design specialists and skilled installers to help you realize your dream. Award-winning customer service, courteous crews, and designs that blend well with your home sum up to a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Call us today for details. Our service area includes Seneca, Clemson and Greenville, SC as well as Hartwell, Anderson, Lavonia and Toccoa, GA. Call us today at 864-888-1620.
What are my options when ordering a sunroom?
better look, most homeowners prefer a custom designed sunroom. This allows for maximum glass viewand
What if I already have a porch or a screen room?
illustrate what your porch conversion will look like. The sunroom designer will consider the structural
integrity of the existing porch and retrofit window units appropriate for three seasons or four season use.
What kind of framing should be used to construct a sunroom?
045. This eliminates the bulky appearance of traditional wood framing.
What is the difference between a 3 season and 4 season sunroom?
and/or cooled, insulated, and includes appropriate electrical outlets. Foundation requirements are
generally more stringent for a 4 season room than a 3 season room. 3 season rooms differ in this sense:
Because they are not heated, the room is considered non habitable.
Generally the window unit sashes are made of 10ml. polyvinyl. One manufacturer of these panels is PGT
Industries, which promotes the EZE-Breeze system. EZE-Breeze is a 4 track window that allows for 75%
ventilation. Other 3 season rooms use single glazed glass or acrylic. Acrylic is 18 times stronger than glass
and works well in hurricane prone areas. A 3season room has noticeable benefits compared to just a
screen or open porch. Enclosing the room keeps dust, dirt, and pollen out. Homeowners frequently use
cloth based furniture out in the sunroom when they know they are able to close off the area.
How about screen options?
How long does it take to build a sunroom or do a porch conversion?
If I am planning a new sunroom or patio enclosure, what’s a recommended size?
you plan on having, say a couch, loveseat, and dining area, we suggest approximately 200 square feet.
How much does a sunroom or porch conversion cost?
What will add the most value to my home?
Are there any options that should be considered for an all season sunroom?
How do I choose a reliable contractor for my sunroom or porch conversion project?
Concerned over cost? Porch Conversion of Seneca can assist with financing through our partner, Admirals Bank. We can help you design and finance the porch of your dreams.
Get started by calling Porch Conversion of Seneca at (864) 888-1620. You can also request an appointment using our online form.
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