Conservatory Construction in Rye, NH
Homeowners planning ambitious, custom residential renovation projects need assurance that their budget won’t be wasted on inexperienced or inadequate service. The design-build industry is a competitive space where differences between companies can significantly impact the value of your dollar. The solution? Sunspace Design’s time-tested planning and construction process will confidently guide you through your project step-by-step.
Are you in the market for a dining room skylight or a living room glass roof to flood your interior with natural light? Are you a gardener or hobbyist seeking a glass space like a sunroom, orangery, or greenhouse for your plants to thrive in? Sunspace can handle glass design projects of any scope or scale without sacrificing quality or attention to detail. Your home’s existing design and your personal goals will both influence your project requirements. By partnering with a design-build firm like Sunspace Design, you’ll benefit from the assurance over thirty-five years of experience can provide. The hundreds of elegant glass structures we’ve introduced to New England are testament to the strength of our craftsmanship and reputation.
To illustrate what goes into a typical construction project, we’re proud to present our construction showcase series. Today’s entry marks the fourth article in this series. We’ll be exploring a visually stunning glass conservatory built for homeowners in Rye, New Hampshire. The conservatory design features dramatic angles, large spans of glass in the roof, exterior copper flashing, an open concept, and a solid mahogany frame. The space’s vaulted ceiling allows maximum levels of natural light to enter the dining, kitchen, and entertainment areas below. The glass roof features argon-filled, low-e glass (PPG Solar Ban 70 XL). The windows are Marvin casements outfitted with Marvin’s high performance glass. Let’s take a closer look below.
As always, we begin with a series of carefully-drawn structural elevations.
These views establish the design and silhouette of the structure relative to the existing property.
This photo depicts the conservatory’s mahogany roof frame being developed in the shop.
When it’s feasible, in-shop development saves time and money.
It’s one of the ways that Sunspace Design can offer the industry’s top quality at accessible prices.
The conventionally framed conservatory walls and roof opening are prepared in advance.
By finishing these steps first, the space is readied to accept the pre-assembled roof.
The conservatory glass roof system frame has been delivered to the work site.
Next we’ll be crane-lifting the roof system and placing it on the walls.
A view of our expert team lifting the pre-framed mahogany and steel roof into place…
…and another view as the angular conservatory roof system is lowered into place.
In the span of an hour, the Sunspace Design crew has delivered, lifted, and installed the roof system.
We’re now ready for the next steps: installing the glass, copper capping, and flashings.
The crane operator carefully lifts each glass unit into position…
…where it is received, placed, and installed by a member of our talented field crew.
The largest glass unit used in this glass roof system is over eight feet long.
The front section of the roof system is now fully outfitted with high performing glass.
Snow on the roof? No problem. We can get the job done.
Our spaces are built New Hampshire-tough, and our crew is, too.
The glass roof is in place!
The steep pitch allows an open view from the adjacent kitchen and family room.
Copper cladding, valley flashing, and eave flashing have been fully installed.
A decorative finial adds a lovely, classic touch to the glass roof.
The finished (but unfurnished) conservatory is adjacent to the kitchen.
This will be an incredible dining area.
An interior view of the conservatory taken from the foyer/entryway.
It’s going to leave guests with an incredible first impression!.
The conservatory’s dining space features a brand new, mahogany floor.
Sunspace Design has years of experience working with a large range of flooring options.
The completed glass conservatory dining area. Family memories will be made here.
Another view of the dining area.
An exterior look at the finished conservatory.
It pairs wonderfully with the home’s existing architecture and revolutionizes the residence’s design and silhouette.
A nighttime look at the brand new residential conservatory.
This project was a real joy to work on and we were eager to add the finished results to our portfolio of completed projects. The glass roof we installed meshes perfectly with the existing exterior sloped roof and interior sloped ceiling. The concealed steel ridge we anchored to a structural beam at the rear enabled us to bring the ridge into that slope. The resulting implementation allows stunning levels of sunlight to enter the client’s home.
Are you a homeowner longing for a renovation project that will revitalize your home for years to come? Are you a professional looking for an experienced custom glass space firm to handle glass work for a project you’ve taken on? Sunspace Design is here to help. To reach us, use our online contact form, email us at email@example.com, or dial us at 1-800-530-2505. A member of our team will get back to you as soon as is possible. Remember: when it’s time to let the light in, call Sunspace Design.