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Sunrooms are a Winter Dream



Seasons change, but the functionality of your sunroom does not waver! Winter is here, and your sunroom is still the perfect place to spend time with your family. Sunroom windows, made entirely of CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™,  make your sunroom warm and cozy in the winter, even if the snow is falling on the other side of the glass. How is this possible? Here is the story behind CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™.

R-Value and Relative Heat Gain 
R-Value measures how easily heat travels through a material. The higher the R-Value, the greater the insulating effectiveness, and the lower your energy costs. Additionally, this produces an extreme level of comfort in your sunroom year round. Relative Heat Gain measures the heat gained through a glazing. Due to the low relative heat gain of CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™, sunrooms remain cool in the summer and warm in the winter. CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™ reflects interior heated air back into the room, which is why you can stay warm in the winter inside a sunroom. Now that you are aware of the benefits of CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™, wonder how it is made? Patented multi-coating is the answer! The process to make CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™ utilizes multiple microscopic coatings of exotic metal, which is why you do not even need to bundle up in your sunroom during the winter months!

What can Your Sunroom be Used for This Winter?
Now that you know the extraordinary aspects of CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™, there is so much you can do inside! First off, why not host a holiday get together for friends and family inside your sunroom? No fireplace will be necessary to keep everyone warm due to the reflection of warm air. Also, you can decorate your family's Christmas tree right in your sunroom, and enjoy unwrapping presents in the beautiful, naturally lit room. 

For All Ages!
Want to have an adults only night? Set up your sunroom to include holiday décor, serve eggnog, and enjoy a cozy night with your close friends or family. On the other hand, your sunroom can be catered to children as well. Play festive music, have kids write cards to other children who have to spend their holiday in the hospital, and make gift baskets. These activities can be enjoyed by families too. 

Time to Set it Up!
Put your plan in action! However you choose to spend your holiday season, your sunroom is the perfect location! Decorate for the season and relax in your warm, perfectly constructed, all glass wonderland. 

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