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Our Durable Patio Covers Withstand the Winter Elements



It’s a new year, and you may have already braved your first big snowstorm of the year. Frigid temperatures can wreak havoc on the elements, and with the strong winds and weight of the wet, heavy snow, how will a patio cover fare? Fortunately, patio covers require certain specifications in order to hold up against snow and wind loads required in specific regions. patio cover’s snow load is based on pounds per square foot (PSF). Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows patio covers are built tough to handle the snow and wind, allowing you to safely enjoy the great outdoors even during the harshest of environments. 

 

Built Tough

  • Slight sloping allows the snow to slide off
  • Insulated roof panels don’t crack, peel or break, and are fire-resistant 
  • Won’t rot or deteriorate
  • Waterproof and windproof vinyl material
  • Insulated Laminated Roof Panels with Expanded Polystyrene foam core (high-performance insulation).
  • Laminated roof panels snap together tightly, forming a strong, structurally sound roof as well as a weatherproof barrier protecting your patio or vehicle from the elements.
  • Virtually maintenance-free, our covers are crafted to never rust, warp, crack, rot, or become infested with insects. Our factory-finished aluminum components retain the original color, gloss, and texture longer and better than patio products made of alternate materials.
  • Lifetime Warranty 

You don’t have to run away from your outdoor patio because it is wintertime. Enjoying a dry patio during winter is achievable. 

 

Let Four Seasons Protect you from the Snow this Winter

For nearly half a century, Four Seasons Sunrooms has been the leader in outdoor living solutions. All our patio covers are engineered for the harsh winter snow loads. For more information about patio coverings custom-made to fit your patio dimensions, please contact us at 888-270-3546 or chat with us anytime on our 24/7 live help desk. 

 

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