LGL Sunroom is a manufacturing company which is situated in Arkansas, and besides the manufacturing of the sunrooms, we also offer installation and supplying services to our customers. We have advanced fabricated sunrooms in the market, which evidently have the edge over the standard-aluminum made ones. Most homeowners and professionals have found these custom sunrooms to be more preferable
Thanks to the authenticity of LGL sunrooms, we have gained a great competitive advantage over the metal and plastic built patio enclosures. LGL Sunrooms significantly stand out in the sunroom industry of both Arkansas, unlike other companies. This is because it uses advanced materials in manufacturing, ultimately offering highly durable and energy-efficient systems. Even better, the cost is nearly as affordable as the traditional sunrooms.
A sunroom is an outdoor resting place where you get to enjoy the lovely view of nature and still not get cold from the chilly weather, sunburnt on a scorching day or bitten by the insects. It increases resting space in your home and offers a tranquil place where you can sit and relax.
Every room is always designed to serve a particular purpose, and before taking any step, it is imperative that you plan on what and how you will be using your space. Unlike sunrooms, standard room additions require standard roofs, windows, studs, permanent heating and cooling system among others, to be up through the year and the seasons.
The purpose of the sunroom is to provide you with a relaxing and quiet space, suitable enough to have some quality time and keep away from the insects. This, therefore, requires that it is fitted with some essentials like wall-to-wall windows, which play major roles; that is to allow you have a good view of nature and also protect you from the inclement external environments. The other significant installations are the screen systems that keep away the insects and let in the breeze, to ensure a serene internal environment. A thermal engineering and design system is also usually installed, and it automatically regulates the interior environment of the room. The regulation of the internal environment always depends on various factors like the current weather condition of your region, the geographic location you are in and of course, the season of the year.
LGL Sunrooms, aim beyond the mere standard room renovations. We know your home is a place that should and does mean a lot to you, and a place that has to be nothing but perfect. Being that it is one place where you get to be with your family and all loved ones, you need to give it your all when it comes to enhancing the efficiency and improving comfort. Our services are top-notch, and our reputation proceeds us both locally and internationally, thanks to our high-quality products and services.
Thanks to our unblemished reputation, professionals over the country are opting for LGL Sunrooms products. Lastly, because a sunroom is a significant and long term investment, take your time to analyze our products and compare them to other manufacturers’ then make that major decision.
We make sunrooms not only in Alabama, but in the surrounding areas. We are pleased to offer sunrooms in Tulsa, sunrooms in Kansas City, patio enclosures in Nashville, sunroom with fireplace in Alabama, screen tight in Missouri.
Completing your sunroom does not take so long-it can take as short a time as one or two days to complete. Nevertheless, when the work involves the entire project, it can take weeks or even a few months to complete. This is because it usually includes several activities and stages like preparation, engineering, getting the legal paperwork, and the construction and fittings.
Because we are always sure of the quality of our products, we offer you a lifetime limited warranty on all sunrooms, solariums and screen rooms. This warranty includes all manufactured products.
Because our design and manufacture are uniquely customized for each project, there is always a need for a variety of ideas. Having all relevant people or future occupants contribute their views means there will be a wide range of opinions to base the design on. This way, everybody’s views are captured and incorporated in the final design, which is most likely going to be better than if it was one person’s idea. So whether it is the color, or the design, or even the materials for the frame, each potential user or stakeholder in the project will have a part in the project.
The geographical location of your sunroom matters a lot in determining the possibility of this. However, we make different types of energy-efficient sunrooms that have the ability to heat and cool to ensure favorable temperatures all year long. With insulated glass and roof, energy efficiency and comfort are guaranteed throughout the year. It also comes with solariums customized for heating and air conditioning, according to the regulations in place.
If you are looking to enhance your view by adding a warm hue and minimize glare, then the bronze tint is what you need. You will also be able to achieve reduced visible light and solar heat gain, which amounts to more comfort. Furthermore, it also reduces the negative impacts of UV rays on furniture and fabric.
Put against standard room addition, sunrooms can be installed in far less time and cost, and they can be installed on approved foundations like deck and concrete. A day or two is enough to have a sunroom up and running, which is way less compared to the weeks or months required for a conventional room addition.
Lower tax is also an advantage brought by sunrooms in comparison to a standard room addition. While it is not possible to pass a 65% of glass area with standard rooms, sunrooms can be designed with an even higher glass percentage than 65%. A permanent heating or cooling system is also not a necessity.
Thanks to the differences in code, design and of course purpose of sunrooms, lower tax is attached to their square footage, which is usually way below that of the standard room additions. Though low, the taxes usually differ in different areas, making it essential that you check with your local tax authority.