A Conservatory in North Hampton
What goes into a construction project? How does a company like Sunspace Design transform a residence with one of their custom glass additions? Every project we undertake requires unique solutions to unique problems. That’s because every home is different, and every project is driven by a client’s specific goals.
We explore these unique projects from start to finish in the Sunspace Design construction showcase series. This article collection explores the planning, design, engineering, and construction of custom glass projects like greenhouses, conservatories, glass roof systems, and swimming pool enclosures we’ve introduced to residences and commercial spaces throughout seacoast New Hampshire, Maine, and Massachusetts.
Today we’re looking at a gorgeous conservatory office built by our hardworking crew in North Hampton, New Hampshire. The owner of the residence reached out to Sunspace Design in hopes of replacing a leaky, aging sunroom with a crumbling fieldstone foundation. What to replace it with? A stunning glass conservatory designed to match the home’s existing architecture.
The owner now uses the structure as a tranquil office space that provides a stunning view of the surrounding outdoor environment. The space features a solid mahogany frame, copper flashing, Marvin Integrity window units, and a glass roof system outfitted with Solar Ban 70 XL high performance glass. You can learn more about this project by visiting its entry in our portfolio. For now, let’s explore what went into the project’s construction!
Structural elevations like these provide the basis of every project’s design.
Our projects transition seamlessly from the existing architecture. They feel like they belong.
Here’s a photo of the existing sunroom that’s to be removed.
The problems are obvious at first glance: a foundation in desperate need of repair, and an outdated design.
We’re about to completely revitalize this space.
Fresh conservatory walls are being built on location by our crewmen.
New Marvin windows are installed.
We’ve developed the mahogany glass roof frame in the shop. This provides more control over the end result.
Offsite development also provides an opportunity to speed up the construction time.
Sunspace Design has over 35 years of experience delivering projects on time and on budget.
The glass roof has been installed and exterior details are beginning to take shape!
The tie-in to the conventional roof isn’t complete yet.
The exterior composite trim has been completed.
Time to paint! The new space will match the existing trim.
We’ve installed closed cell foam insulation for a super high R-value: no more headaches for the homeowner.
We’ve also completed the elegant copper cladding.
The wide composite flooring conceals radiant heat technology which provides comfort on frosty New Hampshire mornings.
You can read more about our flooring options for glass spaces and home additions by visiting the link.
The exterior is complete and has been painted to match the existing home.
Note how the conservatory blends seamlessly with the home’s face.
The finished space provides a warm office environment for maximum productivity.
It also offers stunning views of the surrounding North Hampton outdoors.
The wood pairs beautifully with the design of the client’s existing, rustic interior.
Another view from inside the office conservatory.
We build our custom glass additions in virtually any environment: residential, commercial, or industrial.
Our time in New England has given us experience with a stunning variety of homes.
The conservatory constructed on this client’s property is a jewel that has been added to an already breathtaking property.
An exterior photograph of the completed conservatory.
The Marvin casement windows and beautiful glass roof flood the interior with natural light.
Conservatories are staple of our product line, and we’ve been bringing them to the New England area since 1981. Our construction standards ensure that every space we build can stand up to the region’s environmental pressures without sacrificing beauty or style.
Are you interested in a home addition that will authentically pair with your residence’s original architecture? Consider a Sunspace Design conservatory today. You can learn more about what we can do for you by reaching out to us through our convenient online contact form, by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by dialing us at 1-800-530-2505.