Mt.Hood Sunrooms is proud to offer custom-built high-end rooms. A local manufacturer who’s designs and products give you comfort in the Central Oregon sun, as well as in the Pacific Northwest rains, and their frames are engineered to withstand the Northwest Coastal winds to the Northwest Mountains snow loads.
Here are just some of the features Mt.Hood Sunrooms are proud to offer.
Custom built to fit your dream and your dimensions
High performance double sealed insulated safety glass
Fully thermally broken frames
All stainless steel non-exposed fasteners
Quadruple built in weepage system with multi fin extruded gaskets
Attractive, well insulated vinyl frame vented windows
Built in shade track system
Extruded gutters matching rest of the system
Aluminum flashings match the color of the rest of the sunroom
Your choice of aluminum or wood interior with weather resistant aluminum exterior
Option on high performance exceptionally quiet roof or wall mounted vent fans
Adjustable roof pitch
Offer standard, modular systems so you have to change your design to fit their modular increments
Standard window glass
None or partially thermally broken frame
Compare to zinc plated steel exposed screws or rivets (The battleship look)
Single bulb gasket or glazing tape and silicone
Aluminum frame with exposed screws or rivets
Steel flashings or none provided by manufacturer
Wood or aluminum in and out
Standard attic or greenhouse noisy exhaust fans
Standard set roof pitch
A new standard
Mt.Hood Sunrooms introduces LE 3, the ultimate performance glass. It just might make all other Low-E glass obsolete. LE 3 delivers the ideal balance of solar control and high visibility, and it provides the highest levels of year-round comfort and energy savings, making it the perfect glass no matter where you live. The secret? An unprecedented triple layer of silver. This is beyond ordinary low-E glass; LE 3 sets the new standard.
Low-E times three makes the difference
LE 3 glass, now with three layers of year-round thermal protection, the benefits are exceptional. The result: a clear coating that blocks even more solar gain than ever before, reflects heat and lets the light stream in.
Energy savings all year long
The full-year benefits of LE 3 can be clearly seen. When the temperature soars in the summer, ordinary window glass just can’t beat the heat. Moreover, tinted glass spoils the view. LE 3 is formulated to reject solar heat while maintaining attractive visibility. Therefore, it keeps the heat out while letting light in. As a matter of fact, LE 3 glass is our ultimate in performance.
What’s more, LE 3 provides the ultimate in fading protection. It blocks 95% of the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays – a leading cause of fading – so your furniture, carpets, curtains and wall coverings stay beautiful for years. During the cold weather, the insulating effect of your windows has a direct impact on how your rooms feel. The better insulated the glass; the warmer your room will feel. According the chart below, the insulating capability of LE 3 can’t be compared to any other glass product. This is a key factor in the construction of comfortable sunrooms. Additionally, the dramatic comfort improvement in sunrooms with warm glass surfaces means the humidity of the indoor air can be controlled and maintained properly. Proper humidity levels will improve comfort and promote a healthier living environment.
All of the exterior and interior of a sunroom is extruded aluminum. Most of the aluminum extrusion is thermally broken to prevent the transfer of heat or cold into the room. The size and shape may vary as well as the glass selection and frame colors.
Straight eave lean-to sunrooms and conservatories add a sense of space and lightness to a house. It can be used to extend living area or simply add a patio or deck enclosure. Filling the sunroom with plants creates a sense of outdoor living.
Modern sunrooms and conservatories are designed to be used throughout the four seasons of the year. Originally, most of the sunrooms were designed and built to be used mainly in mild weather to provide protection from rain and wind.
The materials used in construction of sunrooms and conservatories were originally just steel. Now with new technology, owners have several choices; wood, aluminum or vinyl—depending on desire and budget. Buyers can choose from the most expensive, exotic hardwoods to the least: aluminum and vinyl.
Most of the sunrooms and conservatories are designed with insulated, high performance glass in the roof and walls but many owners, especially in warmer climates, choose to build more a conventional roof with a tile or shingle overlay.
Wood interior lean-to sunrooms, conservatories, and patio rooms. In most cases, the wood interior sunrooms, conservatory or patio enclosures are slightly more expensive than aluminum. The customer may select several different wood types. Oak, Fir, Mahogany and Pine are the most popular, but owners choose from the endless list of existing woods.
Any sunroom, conservatory or patio enclosure should be designed and integrated as a part of the existing house and not just an add-on glass structure.
The exterior of the wood sunroom or conservatory in most cases is extruded aluminum. The size and shape may vary; as well as the glass selection and frame colors. Straight eave lean-to sunroom, conservatory, or patio enclosure can add a sense of space and lightness to a house. It can be used to extend a living area or as a patio or deck enclosure. Filling the sunroom with plants creates a sense of outdoor living.
The majority of the vinyl sunrooms, patio rooms and conservatoires have an aluminum exterior. In most cases, the vinyl is only a decorative skin over the aluminum. Some manufacturers use vinyl skin for the exterior of the sunroom. The exposure of vinyl to UV may create some discoloration. Any sunroom, patio room, or conservatory should be designed and integrated as a part of the existing house and not just an add-on glass structure.
The size and shape may vary; as well as the glass selection and frame colors. Straight eave lean-to sunroom conservatory or patio room can add a sense of space and lightness to a house. It can be used to extend a living area or as a patio or deck enclosure. Filling the sunroom, conservatory, or patio room with plants creates a sense of outdoor living.