The Sunroom Journey
The first step toward your new sunroom is an in-home consultation. Your local LivingSpace Premier Partner will meet with you in your home to go over your vision for your sunroom project. During this time, you will learn what options are available to you. Afterwards, your Premier Partner will be able to provide a timeline and final costs for your project.
It’s important to come prepared to a design consultation to make sure you’re getting the most out of the meeting. To help you, we’ve compiled some of the most important questions to ask while preparing for your sunroom project:
- Will my sunroom be big enough for the purpose I want to use it for?
- What type of accessories can I put in my sunroom?
- Do you have any references from previous customers?
- Are you licensed, bonded, and insured with a reputable firm?
- Who will be installing my room?
- What is the warranty?
Custom-engineered and precisely manufactured, every component in a LivingSpace sunroom is made to fit your home seamlessly. We uniquely design and create every sunroom based on each homeowner’s individual specifications. Then we ship your room directly to you from our headquarters in Maumee, OH.
Design & Engineering
After you and your consultant finalize a design, the specs are sent to our headquarters, where we incorporate them into a precise CAD model, with even the smallest details rendered in a 3D image. All sunrooms are approved by a licensed engineering firm, before the design is placed in an order and sent to production.
Your sunroom is cut, cleaned, and boxed on the floors of the LivingSpace headquarters. We use vinyl lineals, fiberglass reinforcements, and header tubes in our sunrooms, and each of these pieces is cut by a computer-guided saw within 1/16th of an inch to guarantee a flawless fit when it reaches your home.
Each sunroom is shipped from HQ to our dealers in its own shipping container, so it’s never tampered with before it arrives. We begin with a thorough inventory check to make sure every piece of your sunroom has been accounted for. Then, we carefully pack each part of your sunroom inside a padded barrier made of foam, cardboard, and airbags to prevent any potential shipping damage.
Adding an engineered sunroom is a much simpler process than building a traditional room addition, meaning a typical LivingSpace sunroom only takes two to three weeks to complete. During this process, your builders will ensure a solid foundation, frame and assemble the structure, secure the roof, and install the windows and doors.
Our contractors start the sunroom building process by ensuring that your deck will have a stable foundation. This is done either by driving steel piles deep into the ground or by pouring a concrete slab. If you pour concrete, you won’t need to assemble a deck. If not, a deck will be built with our insulated decking panels. One of the most important questions to ask while preparing for your sunroom project.
4. Windows and Doors
Tools for cleaning your sunroom
Soft Bristle Brush
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