Extend Your Living Space with a Sunroom

Living in the Lower Mainland, we enjoy a temperate climate year-round unlike anywhere else in Canada. Thanks to this reality, we tend to build more sunrooms for personal enjoyment, and are able to utilize this type of space season to season.

Spring, summer, fall or winter, having a sunroom can add a glow of warmth to any living space, and provide an additional room for a variety of activities. Whether you want a quiet nook where you can read your morning paper, an additional room for dining purposes, a meditation space, or simply a spot to grow your indoor herbs and flowers …a sunroom provides many options for homeowners.

Acting as an enclosed porch, this warm, covered patio area is surrounded by windows, filtering in an endless stream of light during the day, and stargazing opportunities at night.

Whether referred to as a solarium, conservatory, patio room, garden room, atrium, all season room, screened room or patio enclosure, this multi-purpose space provides plenty of options, while maintaining a serene setting. Bringing the outdoors in without having to worry about the elements, bugs, or rodents, seems to be an ideal setting that Atlas Sun Systems has created for a lot of happy customers.

A Compass of Sun Exposure Options

Whether you are looking for a south-facing sunroom with a constant stream of sunlight, a north-facing room that will maintain a lesser degree of sun exposure, an east-facing room that will provide you with the morning glow of sun, or a west-facing sunroom that will brighten up your afternoon and early evening …north, south, east or west – we have you covered.

The Simplicity of Sunroom Maintenance

 At Atlas Sun Systems, we ensure that our sunrooms are designed to withstand the various weather patterns each season brings with it, so maintenance is as simple as occasional window cleaning as you see fit.

We love creating a happy place for our customers to lounge in, so call us today and allow us to help provide you with 365 days of safe sun exposure!