Extraordinary Sunroom Plans Begin With
How CONSERVAGLASS SELECT™ with Stay-Clean Technology turns your glass room addition into a true four season sunroom
A cross section of the CONSERVAGLASS SELECT used in all of our four-season sunrooms
All of our sunroom plans begin with our amazing, patented CONSERVAGLASS SELECT. With CONSERVAGLASS SELECT, every glass room is truly a four-season sunroom to be enjoyed winter, spring, summer and fall. The performance of Four Seasons' CONSERVAGLASS SELECT is protected by the use of state-of-the-art materials and construction techniques. To ensure your security and peace of mind, CONSERVAGLASS SELECT excels in all the categories important to you. CONSERVAGLASS SELECT gives your glass patio room the strength, safety and longevity you’ll appreciate for a lifetime.
Here's how it works:
Strength and Safety
A Tempered Glass Room For Your Peace of Mind
Safety is the paramount consideration in all of our four-season sunroom plans. CONSERVAGLASS SELECT is made with tempered safety glass which is four times stronger than regular window glass. CONSERVAGLASS SELECT ensures the strength, safety and security of your glass room.
Longevity and Energy Efficiency
Stainless Steel High-Tech Glass Spacers Ensure Trouble-Free Performance
Many insulated glass room manufacturers use inexpensive, conductive aluminum as their standard spacer material between the lites of glass. Insulated glass that uses this type of spacer can be cold and prone to condensation. We use a much stronger and thermally stable Stainless Steel edge spacer for the enduring strength of the glass room addition and your comfort and safety. Then, to maximize its benefits, Four Seasons bends the stainless steel into a continuous, extra-strong frame rather than using failure-prone corner keys like other glass room addition manufacturers.
Dual Seal Silicone for Double Protection
PIB + Silicone = Extra Long Life
For your protection and to ensure years of trouble-free performance, Four Seasons glass room additions use not one, but two, seal systems to create its insulated glass unit. The glass and stainless steel spacers are bonded first with Polyisobutylene (PIB) as the primary seal and then, for added protection, a second layer of silicone for strength.