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Made with the same quality and craftsmanship as our professionally installed Patio Enclosures® sunrooms, Spark sunroom kits are a great choice for experienced do-it-yourselfers. Unlike many temporary sunrooms, Spark sunroom kits are designed and manufactured to be permanent additions to your home and meet or exceed local and national building codes.

Spark Glass Room Kits

Homeowners who love the great outdoors never have to leave it, thanks to the experts at Spark Sunroom Kits We have one purpose in mind, bring the great outdoors inside with the highest quality sunrooms at the most affordable prices. We decided to specialize in designing and building sunroom additions not only to meet homeowners' needs but to also help them fulfill their dreams. We offer many Standard Styles that are sure to enhance the beauty and design of your home.

With rising fuel costs homeowners have begun to search for ways to improve their home’s heating and cooling efficiency. A Spark Sunroom Kits room provides an excellent source of passive energy by capturing natural, free solar energy. Energy is considered passive energy when no additional mechanical equipment is used, other than the normal building elements. Optimal use of natural daylight contributes greatly to energy efficiency. Our rooms are designed to collect, store, and distribute solar energy in the form of heat in the winter and reject solar heat in the summer.

Our rooms are designed using Energy Star Qualified components to ensure comfort and quality. We use solar glass panels that are Low-E technology products that let heat pass through to warm your room in winter and block the heat in summer. Our solar glass panels have a bonus effect that blocks 50% of the UV rays that can damage your furniture and flooring. The use of skylights in your room will allow you to easily control temperature and comfort levels.

With vast experience of DIY Kits of the new construction industry, Spark Sunroom Kits has been helping homeowners turn their dreams of having a sunroom addition into an affordable reality.

Thanks to the unlimited potential achieved by the flexible design and consulting services that Spark Sunroom Kits, structures offer, you can add an elegant and inviting room that cleverly doubles as a supplemental “heating system” for your home… using no fuel, yet producing a substantial amount of FREE heat for your home! No piping or ductwork, just a bright, beautiful room where large glass windows let in the sun’s energy. Some of our rooms feature angled glass to admit the most possible sunlight from the low winter sun—and to reflect away that same sunlight in the summer when the sun is high in the sky. This means Spark Sunroom Kits Structure sunrooms are cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter.

The sunrooms, solarium, and pool enclosures are built-in easy to assemble sections and shipped around the country. With complete instructions and architectural drawings, the rooms are designed to be a do-it-yourself project, but we can provide tech rep service or technical assistance to the homeowner's local contractor.

Our sunroom packages are perfect for the do-it-yourselfer. You'll be delighted at how easy it is to build your own sunroom with our kits. Our kits take the guesswork out of building your own sunroom while saving you much of the labor cost! Your kit will include all top quality components, as well as pre-assembled sections. You can then complete your room to your personal tastes with standard materials and components from your local home-improvement store.

10 Sunroom Planning Tips and Questions you should be asking:

  1. Check with your local building department to make sure that you can add onto your home without any problems. This will save you a lot of headaches later in the process.
  2. Think about what you are going to use the additional space for…family room, office or maybe an indoor growing area? How big or small do you need?
  3. Draw a floor plan (rough sketch) so that you can visualize how much space you need or choose one of our Standard design.
  4. Go outdoors to the project area. Set up a few stakes and rope off the size you are thinking. Put a few lawn chairs in the area and sit for a while. Well? Will this be a good fit for you? Now is the time to adjust the size, not after the foundation is in!
  5. Order your architectural drawings way in advance. This way you have plenty of time to review, make changes if needed. This will give you a more secure feeling. Being too hasty can lead to unwanted headaches!
  6. Ask for samples of products that you will be using in your sunroom like interior finishes, fabrics, or flooring.
  7. Will you be installing your sunroom yourself? If so, write a list of questions to ask about the installation process. How long does it take? How many people will be needed? How big are the components? What tools are needed?
  8. Ask about heating and cooling your sunroom. What is the “R” value of the walls and roof? Will your new sunroom be efficient…a heat source when you want one and cool when you need it.
  9. Is the room you are planning built to local building codes, snow and wind loads.
  10. Ask lots of questions; educate yourself about the building process. Make sure you are satisfied with the answers that you get. Remember this is your home and your dream project.
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