A New Workshop and Project in New Hampshire
Sunspace Design Opens a New Workshop in Hampton, New Hampshire
As glass structure and skylight specialists serving a large geographic region, it’s important that our team remain adaptable. The Sunspace Design crew must be able to travel to a variety of locations in a range of conditions and perform precise engineering jobs away from headquarters. That’s why it’s so important to have a solid headquarters to return to! Today we’re pleased to announce the acquisition of a new woodworking shop in Hampton, New Hampshire.
A look at the brand new Sunspace Design mahogany framing workshop in Hampton, New Hampshire.
We’ll construct countless glass structure and glass roof components in the new space.
The well-outfitted shop is set up to manufacture all of our mahogany products and is located so as to conveniently serve the eastern portion of Massachusetts, seacoast New Hampshire, and southern Maine. We often manufacture key components in advance and then transport them to our job locations. This perfectly positions our new workshop to speed construction times throughout our New England service area. That’s a value we can pass on to the homeowners and fellow industry professionals we work with on a daily basis.
An Upcoming Renovation at the Piscataqua Savings Bank in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
The first project we’ll be completing at the new location is a custom glass roof system that’s to be installed over the new entryway at the historic Piscataqua Savings Bank in downtown Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Portsmouth’s talented DeStefano Architects will be guiding the project and Pine Brook Corporation of Kittery, Maine will be serving as general contractor. It’s a great opportunity for us to team up with these professionals, and we’re looking forward to bringing our glass design and construction expertise to a very unique project.
A “before” photo of the existing entryway at the Piscataqua Savings Bank in Portsmouth, New Hampshire…
…and a look at the upcoming entryway to be produced by Sunspace Design!
Credit goes to the immensely talented DeStefano Architects for the design and computer rendering.
This rendered view of the entryway’s interior depicts beautiful shafts of sunlight entering from above.
Natural sunlight flooding interior spaces is a chief benefit of a glass roof, roof lantern, or skylight.
Stay tuned to our blog for more updates about this and other projects in the weeks and months ahead. In the meantime, if you’d like more information about how the Sunspace Design team could aid you in your own residential or commercial renovation projects, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. One of our representatives will get back in touch with you shortly, and with any luck we’ll be able to begin your construction journey in the near future. You can reach us via our online contact form, by dialing 1-800-530-2505, or by writing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.