What Are Sunrooms Made Of?
If you’re considering having a sunroom installed at your home, you probably have a lot of questions, possibly including what sunrooms are typically made of. Many sunrooms are constructed using wood or vinyl. Unfortunately, these materials usually aren’t the best choice for sunrooms and other outdoor living structures. Wood is prone to moisture issues, rotting, and insect infestation, so if you invest in a wooden sunroom, you can expect to spend considerable time and money on upkeep. And, because vinyl is often susceptible to dents and other damage, it can be hard to keep a vinyl sunroom looking like new.
If you’re concerned about strength and durability, you’ll want to invest in a sunroom from SRA Home Products. We’re a family-owned and -operated company that’s been serving Downingtown, Pennsylvania, homeowners since 1988, and we exclusively install sunrooms manufactured by industry leader TEMO. Like all of TEMO’s outdoor living products, our sunrooms are constructed from heavy-duty, fully extruded aluminum, which is stronger than wood, vinyl, and roll-formed aluminum. Our sunrooms are so strong, in fact, that they’ve been certified to meet national engineering standards for winds up to 110 miles per hour. The aluminum used in our sunrooms has also been shown to resist rotting, deterioration, and insect infestation.
In order to keep our sunrooms looking great for years into the future, TEMO applies their exclusive TEMKOR polymer coating, which prevents:
Our sunrooms also feature thermal walls and roofs, leak-resistant interlocking roof panels, and energy-efficient HPG 2000 glass windows. And, all of our sunrooms come with TEMO’s limited lifetime transferable warranty, which you’ll be able to use as a valuable selling point should you ever decide to put your home on the market. Call us for more information or to set up a complimentary in-home consultation.