Three Season Rooms

Three season rooms are perfectly suited for homeowners that want to proactively use the additional (and already existing) square footage that their property provides. Our company knows our Canadian homeowners and knows just how much Canadians enjoy their outdoor spaces all year long. Three season rooms are just that…comfortably used in the three seasons of the year, where heating and cooling are not a consideration (four season rooms offer the ability to provide heating and cooling options effectively). Three season rooms are basically an addition to your home and is enclosed on all 3 sides, which translates to a useable room that is encompassed by typically floor to ceiling glass panels, glass windows, a door, a roof and interchangeable screening options. Because heating and cooling are not a concern with three season rooms, these additions are more cost effective, increase the value of any home, offer higher energy efficiency and provide an exclusive space that extends into the outdoors (lots of natural light and fresh air breezes).

Utilizing Extendable Square Footage

It is a huge benefit to any homeowner, cottage or business, to have three season rooms added to their property. This smart investment will show its potential if or when you choose to place your property for resale in the future. Your newly renovated three season rooms can offer plenty in the ways that this space can be utilized…a seating area and extension for entertaining guests, an indoor space for a garden of fresh flowers, herbs or spices, a part time office, a potential fitness area, a seasonal play area for the kids…you are only limited to your imagination! Our company strives to not only assist you through every step of the way with choosing all your options for your three season rooms, but we can offer advice that will help you stay within your budget and ensure you are fulfilling your design ideas! From the onset of spring and straight through to the fall, you will have numerous uses for your extended square footage that protects you from the elements, but allows you to be within comfortable sight of weather-related elements! If facing your backyard, you have just increased your enjoyment of it, from having three season rooms that can open up and give you instant access to your yard, and provide more expansive views to it (great security feature!).

Styles & Materials

When considering three season rooms, you will be offered state-of-the-art prefabricated aluminium wall systems or vinyl wall systems, that incorporate single glass, sliding & fixed windows with screens, and the roof will be the same materials and high quality that we employ for our four seasons rooms. There are many upgrades and additional options such as prefabricated walls with 24” insulated knee walls, or, tempered glass knee walls right to the floor (alternatively, the 24” knee walls could be constructed with 2’ x 6” wall construction with interior drywall, and match the exterior façade of your home). The overall finished look will appear as if you added an addition with all glass walls. We are here to help with all the decisions that need to be made in order to pull together your vision for your three season rooms.

Perks Galore

Three season rooms (especially for Canadians), are the perfect, less expensive solution, for capturing more space, more natural light and additional fresh air ventilation. Believe it or not, it has been proven that when homeowners increase their access to the outdoors via enclosed rooms with ventilation options & loads of glass for sunshine to pour into the rooms, the health benefits are truly noticeable! Even during a heavy rain, the sights and sounds of it can be reversed into a tranquil perk! You have some nifty options at your fingertips to help you narrow down which style(s) is right for you and your home. There are multiple roofing options (super insulated roof system, gable roof, single slope roof, custom wood roof, using existing roof or glass roof panels), door and window options, colours, door handles, locking systems and glass options (single pane, double pane insulated, high performance & glass tinting). You even have a choice when it comes to your screening, from standard screens to reinforced aluminium mesh screens that are stronger.
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