If you enjoy the natural beauty of the outdoors, but aren’t a fan of the hot and humid summers in Northeast Florida, a glass room may be the perfect solution for your home. Nature can be beautiful, but sometimes we want to appreciate it from within an enclosure, and there is absolutely nothing wrong with that.
Benefits of Glass Rooms
• Views – Some homeowners have incredible views around their property. You may have waterfront property, be located near a forest, or have large a backyard. Under those circumstances, a glass room will allow you to view and enjoy nature without dealing with the downsides, such as scorching heat, rain or annoying pests. Of course, you have the option of getting an awning or veranda on your home, but they will not give you the same viewing benefits as a glass room.
• Sunlight – Frequent contact with sunlight helps improve mental and physical health. In Florida, the summer heat can be exhaustive and draining to experience for prolonged periods, but glass rooms can be a great middle ground for those who enjoy natural light. It offers a functional, affordable space to socialize with guests, read a good book, de-stress or enjoy your morning coffee soaking in the sun.
Perfect for any season, glass rooms offer year-round flexibility for homeowners. From framing material to glass selections, glass rooms can be catered to everyone’s liking. Framing options for a sunroom are made of materials like aluminum because it’s sturdy and thick. Aluminum resists temperature and humidity to avoid the appearance of rust and warping, and those perks are a must in Florida’s weather.
Roofing can be installed at a sloping angle or added to the existing roof of your home. If you already have a patio that needs glass paneling attached to the existing roof, a glass room will add to the appearance of your home without making the area feel closed off.
M. Daigle & Sons
M. Daigle & Sons understands that when looking to make improvements to your home, it is essential to find something that is functional and adds value to the home. If you’re looking for an option to avoid the summer heat and still check up on your garden or enjoy a good book, adding a glass room or sunroom could be the perfect solution.