Recently, the sunroom of one of our homes was featured by Houzz, a highly popular website that showcases the work of housing design professionals. Houzz wrote an article on glass roofs and the different things you should think about when considering whether or not to install a glass roof. As Houzz says, “A glass roof is a super-effective way to pull more light into your home, but before taking the plunge, consider this expert advice…”
Our home showcases the necessary slope a glass roof should have in order for rainwater to naturally wash off dust and debris.
This sunroom was part of a larger home remodel outside of Minneapolis. The home is a sophisticated rambler, perched by the shore of a beautiful lake.
If you have any questions about this project, please feel free to contact me today!
Check out the Houzz article below:
Samantha Grose is both Associate AIA and Allied ASID. She is the lead designer for Optima Homes and JP&CO. She takes a unique approach to design creating spaces that are casually sophisticated and timeless in design, where you and your family can live comfortably. She has worked extensively throughout the TWIN CITIES area having completed many new homes and large scale whole house remodels.
Samantha received her BS from the University of Minnesota majoring in both ARCHITECTURE and ART. She is deeply committed to a creative approach giving you highly functional spaces with an aesthetic appeal for everyday living.
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