For all of the do-it-yourself types, you have the option to install your own Sunspace Porch Windows. The following video shows step-by-step instructions on how to properly install your windows.
If your porch is more than 30" off the ground, building code dictates that some type of fall protection needs to be implemented. When it comes to railings, there are quite a few options available. Below, we'll show the most popular methods.
If you live in the Twin Cities metro area, you have the option to have your windows installed by Sunspace Professional installers. With professional installation, we will come out to do a site inspection and get the final measurements for placing the order. If there are any issues with the preparation of the window openings, we can address that in advance and offer solutions to make the installation go smoothly.
If you are going to have Sunspace professional installation, your measurements right now can just be approximate. Before placing the order, our team will come out to get the final measurements. For now, just get approximate width x height measurements for pricing purposes.
Sunspace Twin Cities will appear at two upcoming local home shows – the St. Paul Home + Patio Show and the Minneapolis Home + Garden Show.
The Minneapolis Home + Remodeling show is just around the corner. This year, the show will feature Sustain-able Alley, an exhibit on making your home more eco-friendly, and Extreme Garages, a feature to help you turn your garage ideas and inspirations into a reality.
Plus, don’t forget to stop by the Main Stage and hear from Brett Tutor, a carpenter on TLC's hit series "Trading Spaces."
Ask the Porch Window Guy | Question 4: Are Sunspace porch windows weathertight?
When asked if Sunspace 3-season porch windows keep rain and other elements out, people are usually really asking if they can decorate their porch with interior-type furniture.