sunroom-enclosing-existing-patioTired of not being able to utilize your patio area due to our afternoon winds or sudden thunderstorms, one of our sunroom or patio room addition can create a great place to entertain during every season. SNB can offer you a custom built room addition for dads new office, the kids returning from college or the mother in law moving in. Whether it be spending time with family and friends or just trying to relax after a long day at work, your sunroom should be comfortable. Our structures are safe and built with your comfort and design in mind. Our sunroom and patio room addition are built to withstand extreme weather and provide comfort for you and your family for years. Sunroom additions add space and natural light, they are also the smart choice for an energy-efficient environment. We offer a variety of affordable, durable and long-lasting solutions to fit your home, your lifestyle and your budget. If you’re in need of additional space and the cost of conventional construction and home improvement has left you speechless, SNB has the answer to your living space concerns. We’ll complete your project in less time and at a much lower cost than conventional construction.

Nevada is known for having some of the most severe and extreme weather in the world. Whether its a hot scorching day or a thunder storming night, the weather plays a big factor in how you enjoy your life. Sunrooms are specifically designed for Nevada’s harsh weather.  What does this mean to you? Safety, comfort and peace of mind. Now you can start living the life much of the rest of the United States has been living for the past 30 years.

SUNDANCE SUNROOMS: Introducing the only engineered and tested room enclosure for high velocity wind zones. The Sundance® HV provides safety, security and peace of mind for residents of the United States. This room enclosure is specifically designed to withstand high winds as compared to other rooms.  Incredible views of the outdoors, limitless features and options, and custom built designs make the Sundance® HV Room Enclosure the exclusive choice for a lifestyle improvement. The choice is yours: Large Windows, French Doors, and the protection needed.

Sundance® HV Room Enclosures feature specially designed heavy duty extruded vinyl frames with multiple chambers, as well as insulated laminated glass for superior strength and energy efficiency.

All windows feature smooth operation, with removable sash and removable screen for ease of cleaning.  Windows feature double locks. All Wind Pact Plus® Windows meet the HVHZ and Nevada Building Codes and feature substantially high design pressures.

Wall and Roof Panels: The Sundance® HV wall and roof panels are manufactured using Expanded Polystyrene Cores (EPS), which are known for its superior insulating capabilities, bonded between dual embossed aluminum skins.

Call us or contact us on the web to see how a Sunroom fits into your life.  Each sunroom is customized designed by one of our factory-trained consultant designers and engineered by Certified Engineers. We will come out to your home and survey your home and help you design a sunroom that fits your needs and budget. Pick a style and color and give us a call to make it happen today.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a sunroom?
Basically, a sunroom is an addition or an enclosed porch or patio area designed using windows and doors to admit a large amount of sunlight. Sunrooms are often referred to as solariums, conservatories, patio rooms, garden rooms, atriums, all season rooms, screened rooms or patio enclosures.
How much does a sunroom cost?
The price depends on the size and style of the sunroom and the materials, glass and any other accessories and options that you may choose.
Can I install a sunroom myself?
We recommend only professional installation by licensed and trained installers. Since your home is often the largest investment you will ever make, we suggest protecting the future value of your home by only dealing with companies that provide you with fully insured and experienced sunroom installation professionals.
Which direction should a sunroom face?
A south-facing sunroom will provide the most sunlight while a north-facing room will provide the least sunlight. An east-facing room will be sunniest in the mornings while a west-facing sunroom will have the most sunlight in the afternoon and early evening.
Can a sunroom be used year-round?
We offer a glass options for your sunroom which help keep it warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer, and windows that carry the prestigious ENERGY STAR label. ENERGY STAR qualified products have been independently certified to meet or exceed strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the U.S. Department of Energy. By installing Energy Star eligible windows, you may receive a tax credit of 10% of the cost up to $200. Please see for further details.
What are the benefits of a sunroom vs. conventional construction?
A sunroom can be installed at a fraction of the cost and time required for conventional construction. A sunroom is designed to withstand the elements and will not require painting and maintenance like a traditional wooden structure. In addition, a sunroom provides more natural light for your family to enjoy and easily blends with the architectural lines of your home.