The Minneapolis Home + Remodeling show is about to kick-off. This year, the show will feature three new exhibits: Your bathroom, Your Way; TRADE Secrets; and Sustain-Able Alley. There will also be a returning feature called Upcycle Challenge where decorated Adirondack chairs will be auctioned off to benefit the Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. Plus, don’t forget to see the Main Stage where TV hosts, Kevin O’Connor, from “This Old House,” and Jeff Devlin, from HGTV and the DIY Network, will present tips and educational information about remodeling, interior design, and home improvement.
It's official—you've decided to add a 3-season porch onto your house! While this is a very exciting decision, it also comes with many choices on how to make it something you'll be happy with and enjoy for years to come. Every decision can have an effect on how much you enjoy your new space, so making the right choices is crucial.
If you're looking for some professional insights when it comes to designing your 3-season porch, check out our video below.
Using a porch in harsh winters can be a challenge. One of the most common questions we hear from our customers is how they can get use out of their porch when the temperature starts getting cold.
The video below shares a few tips for getting more out of your porch all year round.
Do I need fall protection for my porch? It's a common question, and for good reason. If your porch is higher than 30 inches off the ground, building code requires some form of fall protection.
When it comes to safety, functionality, and style, you have options with Sunspace Porch Windows. Check them out in the video below!
Get ready for barbecues and lounging by the pool, because the 4th of July is almost here. We’ve got some festive decor concepts to help spruce up your Sunspace porch this patriotic season. Whether you have vertical or horizontal windows, these decorating ideas will be sure to delight!
Sunspace Twin Cities enables you to create customizable 3-season porch windows, how you want it.
Hygge (pronounced hue-guh) is a Danish concept but there's no one word in English that describes it. It can be interpreted as creating a feeling of happiness, security, and coziness. It's about slowing down and being present in the moment. Overall, hygge is a lifestyle and in this blog we'll talk about ways you can adapt your porch to the Danish ways!