Custom Sunroom Builders

Bringing homeowners dreams to life

Sherry and I established this business in 1994, and from the very beginning, we have been actively involved in its operations. This commitment holds true to this day. Our unwavering focus remains on delivering top-notch quality work while consistently fulfilling our promises. It's worth noting that our supervisor, Brian, is deeply ingrained in this longstanding tradition. You can trust that your project is secure and well-managed under our guidance.


Sunrooms can be constructed in an existing covered patio or built as a new addition.  A sunroom is a fantastic upgrade for any home. It allows you to relish the beautiful views of your backyard while being protected from outdoor nuisances like pesky insects and harmful UV rays. Homeowners opt to add a sunroom for various reasons:

* Relax and enjoy the backyard and nature views.
* Expand the living space of the home.
* Create an enjoyable space for entertaining.
* Establish a multimedia entertainment room.
* Set up a comfortable and functional home office.
* Build a secure play area for children.

The list of uses for a new sunroom is extensive, all centered around adding delightful living space to your home. The return on investment from adding a sunroom is assured. Simply divide the cost of your home by the total square footage and compare it to the cost per square foot of the new room; you'll discover that the expense of the addition is lower than the original purchase price. Not to mention the additional benefits of beautiful views and the convenience of extra space. The value of your home will undoubtedly increase.


There Are Three Types of Sunrooms

Conventional sunrooms are constructed using traditional materials such as brick and mortar. The roof might be pre-existing, or we can build it flat or sloped with tile or shingle roofing. Our sunrooms can be constructed on either an existing or new concrete slab. Walls can be built with concrete blocks, wood, or steel studs. Typically, the exterior is finished with stucco to match the appearance of your house. The interior walls and ceiling can be made of drywall, wood, or any material you desire. Our conventional sunrooms are completely customizable and tailored to your preferences.

Aluminum sunrooms are fabricated using aluminum screen components. The roofs consist of flat tongue and groove panels. Onsite construction involves building walls with the same roof panels. Occasionally, exposed screws might be visible, holding the elements together. Windows can be made of acrylic (plastic) or impact glass. These structures can be installed on concrete slabs, as well as on paver decks. Both the exterior and interior finishes are usually aluminum panels, but they can also be stucco with drywall interiors.

Prefabricated sunrooms also utilize aluminum tubes, but they are assembled in a factory setting. The walls are installed within openings, and the glass is glazed onsite. This means we are not installing pre-manufactured windows; instead, we are fitting glass into the modular openings created at the factory. There are no exposed screws in these structures. Roofs must either exist beforehand or be constructed before installing the aluminum frames and glass.


  • Avatar Kevin Corbett ★★★★★ a year ago
    Preventive Maintenance replaced two patio steel columns (which were badly rusted to the point of having many holes towards the bottom of each column). They did a great job and I'm happy that my patio is structurally sound again. Thanks Kristian and Sherry and your team!
  • Justin Ashworth ★★★★★ a year ago
    Kris and crew did an amazing job repairing the stucco and water damage from a roof leak. They also repaired the roof leak. I cannot recommend them enough.


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