Partial Glass Sunrooms
Partial glass sunrooms use more than just glass to build the walls. Often these sunrooms use knee walls, roughly two to three feet tall, beneath the glass or windows.
In a four season sunroom, these walls will be insulated and finished. Knee walls provide a structured base, yet still allow a good deal of sunlight.
Partial glass rooms also have a traditional, solid roof structure. In some cases, skylights may be installed to allow extra light. Personal taste, the existing architecture, and local building codes will dictate whether a partial or full glass sunroom will be best for your home.
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