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sunroom

A hybrid method of passive solar design, which includes the functions and benefits of both the direct and indirect gain methods. Also called “solar greenhouses” or “solariums,” sunrooms have significant advantages over other indirect gain solutions, especially because of their ability to control the level of heat within a building. See also: Passive solar design
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I convinced a sunroom company, who always does the installation, to send the components to me since I am an experienced do-it-yourselfer.
If you really need daylight and can afford to splurge, then consider adding a sunroom.
For that reason, retailers and remodelers say sunroom rank among the top projects requested by homeowners.
In other companies, a sunroom has glazed roofing, while a patio room does not, and a room completely surrounded by glass may be called a "conservatory.
The radiant-heated house is divided into four main zones: a living-dinning-kitchen wing, a bedroom-bathroom, a weaving studio, and the unheated inset sunroom.
You've also got the benefit of a large back garden include patio, grass area and a cracking little sunroom.
It provides accommodation of generous proportions on one floor and includes a storm porch, inner porch and hallway, a sitting room a brick inglenook fireplace with cast iron stove, a sunroom, a newly-fitted modern kitchen with central island unit, a larder and utility room.
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Neigh-bours are concerned this looks like a bungalow, not a sunroom.
Buyers at Clydebrae Homes' Bellside Brae development in North Lanarkshire are being given the option of a sunroom in their new home.
This is a new location for the Westchester County-based sunroom dealer, which will use the space for a showroom and warehouse.