Albright Remodeling specializes in all types of additions,  general remodeling, Pella window and door installations, and kitchen and bath renovations.
Albright Remodeling brings over 30 years of experience and expertise to your remodeling project.
Albright Remodeling specializes in all types of additions, kitchen and bath renovations, and general remodeling.
Inlaw Suites, Family Rooms, Home Office, Three Season/Sunroom, Hot Tub, Garage, Second Story, Whole House Additions by Albright Remodeling
Universal design adaptive access  additions by Albright Remodeling.
Aging in place, stay in your home renovations by Albright Remodeling.
Inlaw suite additions by Albright Remodeling.
Family room additions by Albright Remodeling.
Home office additions by Albright Remodeling.
Three season and sun room additions by Albright Remodeling.
Hot tub room additions by Albright Remodeling.
Garage additions by Albright Remodeling.
Second story additions by Albright Remodeling.
Extreme whole house makeovers by Albright Remodeling.
Kitchen, Custom Furniture, Porch, Basement, Fireplace Mantel, Window, Door Remodeling  by Albright Remodeling
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Addition Projects: Sunrooms, Three-Season Rooms

Albright Remodeling helps families upgrade their homes to bring them more enjoyment, provide space for aging parents, growing families, or leisurely pursuits, and take advantage of new technology for cleaner, more efficient operation. Sun room and three-season room additions are shown below. We also have added bedrooms, in-law suites, family rooms, home offices, hot tub rooms, garages, over-the-top additions,and whole-house extreme makeovers. Check out our remodeling projects, too.

Three-season rooms usually do not have a crawl space or basement under them. They are poured ‘slab on grade,’ although a trench footing to the frost line is necessary around the perimeter of the room. The town Code Enforcement Officer will expect to see an exterior door with a weatherproof threshold used to separate the structure from the main dwelling. This is because the energy code usually will not let a heated room pass the RESCHECK (Residential Energy Check) with all the glass normally used in a three season or sunroom.

If the owner wants the room to be heated, the architect has the option of using the entire house RESCHECK and averaging the room’s energy values into the equation. Even if the room is unheated, we recommend using standard insulation for a heated room to keep the structure cool in summer and extend the use of the room in spring and fall. Sometimes a gas fireplace or wood stove is used for supplemental heating.

For a complete review of your planned summer room or three season room, we can refer you to one of our architects to evaluate your particular situation.
 

Sunrooms, Three-Season Rooms

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A screened-in porch was converted into a 3-season room featuring a gas fireplace with custom built-in units on either side. A set of French doors leads from the 3-season room back into the main house.
A screened-in porch was converted into a 3-season room featuring a gas fireplace with custom built-in units on either side. A set of French doors leads from the 3-season room back into the main house.
A ‘cubby’ system built to the owner’s specification for storage of particular items. A built-in bench seat, built to the owner’s specification to provide mealtime seating.
A ‘cubby’ system built to the owner’s specification for storage of particular items. A built-in bench seat, built to the owner’s specification to provide mealtime seating.

 
 
This three season room brightens a winter day and enhances summers.
Before addition of
3-season room
A three-season room built for comfort, relaxation, and enjoyment.
After addition of
3-season room
A future gas stove adds ambience and heat to the room.
3-season room interior
Architect: Tom Doughty

A nice three-season room with flat ceiling and lots of windows. We reserved space for a possible future gas fireplace
 
 
A 10-foot by 20-foot sunroom, rebuilt from an earlier room designed by the owner. Architect: Tom Doughty

A 10-foot by 20-foot sunroom, rebuilt from an earlier room designed by the owner.
A 10-foot by 20-foot sunroom, rebuilt from an earlier room designed by the owner.

 
This three season room brightens a winter day and enhances summers. A three-season room built for comfort, relaxation, and enjoyment. The gas stove adds ambience and heat to the room.

This nice three-season room adds a gas stove for ambience and heat to stretch the months the room can be enjoyed.
 
 
This 10' x 20' four-season room leaked like a sieve after six years and was collapsed by the ice storm a few years ago. Stick-framed sun room featuring lots of glass and a cedar interior on the existing slab. Sunroom with two sets of skylights in the roof on either side.

Architect: Art Renauto

A nice project in North Chili. This 10' x 20' four-season room leaked like a sieve after six years and was collapsed by the ice storm a few years ago. We cleared the damage and built this stick-framed sun room featuring lots of glass and a cedar interior on the existing slab. The owner is a lot happier with this approach. This unit has lots of light due to the two sets of skylights in the roof on either side. This room is aesthetically pleasing, light, bright, and much more durable than the structure it replaced.
 
 
Porch converted to a sun room.
Before
Architect: Art Renauto

A seldom enjoyed porch is enjoyed more fully after it was converted to a year round sun room.
Porch converted to a sun room.
After


 
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