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Make The Great Outdoors Great

From the sun shining down on a picturesque landscape to a star-studded nighttime sky, having the opportunity to bring Mother Nature and all of her beauty into your living space is a truly enjoyable thing. However, most people prefer to experience the benefits of nature without any of the drawbacks.



LifeRoom®—your new outdoor escape.


With LifeRoom, you can appreciate everything you love about being outdoors, with all of the comforts of being indoors and your lifestyle can be exactly as you imagined it would be whether that’s dining, entertaining, or even relaxing.




Technology that makes the great outdoors great

With the Smooth Glide motorized screens up, LifeRoom is a wide-open sanctuary and when dusk falls and the bugs come out, lower all of the screens and enjoy your view without the threat of pests or unwanted weather conditions. Not only can all of the screens be controlled with the simple touch of a button, but LifeRoom also boasts a sophisticated LED lighting system that turns your space into the trendiest of V.I.P. rooms.



Make your spot THE coolest spot

Enjoying the sun without the heat can be a real struggle. LifeRoom lets you take “cool” to a whole new level with its innovative, unique, Cool Mist climate system and Soft Breeze technology. Now, you can enjoy your LifeRoom even on the hottest days. With this innovative technology, a cool mist sprays in the air around you that is so incredibly fine, it actually disappears as it cools you off. In fact, you can experience a temperature reduction of up to 40-degrees. Plus, LifeRoom’s protective screens also can block up to an amazing 95% of the sun’s harmful UV rays.


The LifeRoom is the latest technology for outdoor living with other unparalleled features including glazed skylights that let the light in but keep the harmful UV rays out. A pollen/allergy protection system that includes screens designed to filter out pollen, dust, and other airborne allergens for the extra sensitive people in your life.



Your LifeRoom is custom designed by professionals to be as unique as you are, and that is why the LifeRoom By Four Seasons is outdoor living perfected. 

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