Vinyl (PVC) sunrooms are by far the best selling sunrooms today. Vinyl is a highly insulated material that is virtually maintenance free and available in an array of styles, shapes and sizes. It is enjoyed by many because it can be manufactured in all the most popular designs including Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian and Lean-To. It is a versatile and reliable product that performs well in both the extremes of cold and heat. It is also readily available, well tested, and the lowest cost option of all three materials.
Most vinyl sunrooms offer you the option of internal beaded windows or externally glazed windows. Internally beaded windows (where the glass is held in place from the inside) are considered more secure and burglar resistant. Keep in mind; with vinyl sunrooms, the windows and doors are "multi-walled" with internal reinforcement. The more internal walls, the more durable the room will be.
Due to its durability, wonderful functionality, ease of maintenance and large selection of styles, shapes and sizes, vinyl sunrooms have remained a number one pick for sunrooms. However, some feel that vinyl lacks authenticity when it comes to the more traditional designs. If you’re looking for absolute authenticity you should stick with wood, but if you want the look with a lower cost then vinyl is your best option.
Vinyl Sunrooms Benefits
- There are many benefits to installing a vinyl sunroom. Below we have listed some of the best qualities of vinyl (pvc) sunrooms.
- Vinyl sunrooms are exceptionally energy efficient.
- Vinyl is extremely durable compared to other materials such as wood.
- Although it cannot be painted, vinyl sunrooms are available in a variety of colors to match your home.
- Vinyl (PVC) is completely resistant to rust and corrosion.
- Relatively maintenance free, vinyl can be washed easily with soap and water.
Vinyl Sunrooms Manufacturers
Vinyl (PVC) sunrooms are manufactured by many sunroom companies. Below we have listed the most popular makers of vinyl sunrooms and some details about their sunroom product lines.
- Better Living Patio & Sunrooms - Offers a line of vinyl sunrooms.
- Gorell Grand Additions - Manufactures the Presidential Series of vinyl sunrooms.
- Four Seasons Sunrooms - Manufactures vinyl sunrooms in a variety of styles and designs.
- Patio Enclosures, Inc. - Makes two lines of vinyl sunrooms, AllView Elite Line, and ComfortView Line.
- Joyce Manufacturing Company - Offers the Oasis line of sunrooms available in vinyl (pvc) construction.
- Suntarra Sunrooms - Manufacturer of ComfortLine vinyl sunrooms.
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Vinyl (PVC) sunrooms are by far the best selling sunrooms today. Vinyl is a highly insulated material that is virtually maintenance free and available in an array of styles, shapes and sizes. It is enjoyed by many because it can be manufactured in all the most popular designs including Victorian, Edwardian, Georgian and Lean-To. It is a versatile and reliable product that performs well in both the extremes of cold and heat.
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