Surround yourself with glass on all sides and above with a solarium from ECCO Sunroom and Awning. Imagine relaxing under the stars at night in the comfort of your solarium. Our innovative aluminum framing system allows you to install both heating and/or cooling systems subject to local building codes. Our thermally broken frame and 1″ thick dual-sealed insulated glass keeps your energy costs down without sacrificing comfort.
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We take glass seriously, especially since glass is the main component of your sunroom. You can count on ECCO Sunroom and Awning to provide superior sunroom glass choices that are best in:
A solarium is a sunroom addition that is made entirely of glass. This unique type of sunroom is also known as a green house or glass enclosure. Owing to being completely constructed of glass, solariums trap as much light as possible. With ultimate sunlight, a solarium provides the feeling of being outdoors while in the comfort of your own home. Glass walls and a glass roof give you an amazing view of your outdoors. Imagine being inside your home with floor to ceiling views of your outdoors.
Conservatories are similar to sunrooms in that they provide an opportunity to enjoy the scenery of your backyard in the comfort of your home. Unlike sunrooms, conservatories were built on a tradition of horticulture spaces brought to the US from wealthy Americans touring Europe in the Victorian era. Conservatories are typically constructed with half of the walls being glass while 75% of the roof is made of glass. Being constructed primarily of glass, conservatories are ideal living spaces for homeowners looking for a space to grow and house plants as well as a fabulous place for dining and entertaining.
An orangery is a room with origins in being specially designed to house and grow citrus plants that can not winter over in the cold season. While they are similar to conservatories, orangeries differ in that they traditionally have walls with less than 50% being comprised of glass and ceilings where less than 75% comprised of glass. If you enjoy plants inside and out and are looking for a grand space to add curb appeal to your home, consider an orangery.