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The latest enhancement in outdoors is a retractable pergola, which can be erected in any location, including houses, restaurants, cafes, and other commercial buildings. Retractable pergola covers are a genius solution to protect your home, restaurant, or other locations from the harsh sun, the cold winter, & the fierce storm in Lake Ronkonkoma, NY!
Hire Four Seasons Sunroom to create the patio or garden of your dreams. You’ll receive a cutting-edge retractable pergola canopy with a creative design specially crafted for your requirements. Glass system, awning, or zip system can be installed on the front and side walls of the retractable pergola covers.
With retractable pergolas, you may use your outdoor area in Suffolk County virtually all year round. The awnings and zip systems offer the best protection from the sun, wind, and storm. Lighting options transform the retractable pergola canopy into a head-turner.
We are highly trained in this field and use specialized tools and strategies to complete the job correctly. Make an appointment with Four Seasons Sunroom to receive a free estimate and discounts on your next retractable pergola canopy. We have built and installed retractable pergolas for over fifty years in Suffolk County.
Let’s discuss the advantages of retractable pergolas in Lake Ronkonkoma, NY.
Flexibility is one of the main advantages of retractable pergolas. The technology enables full block-out shade from the sun or wind and rain protection when fully closed.
When fully extended, the retractable pergola lets the light come in. It is ideal for star-gazing and evening entertainment in the summer months. Partial closure is an option, providing just the right amount of warmth and sunlight between seasons. You can make adjustments quickly without sacrificing flexibility with the touch of a button.
You don’t have to worry about rainy weather since the retractable pergola canopy from Four Seasons Sunroom is waterproof! You can use your outside space with the built-in guttering system whenever you want even during the heaviest downpours.
Your home’s living space increases with a retractable pergola, as it increases your seating space. It provides an excellent option for partying in your cozy & climate-controlled house.
At Four Seasons Sunroom, we offer various designs for retractable pergola canopies with extra features that can be added to your space. We can blend indoor and outdoor living spaces by matching your current color scheme. Our skilled pergola installers can build your retractable pergola canopy to meet your specifications.
When exposed to severe weather, your furniture and fabric fade away with time. Your furniture will stay in good condition and protect it from the sun, wind, and rain.
If your retractable pergola covers prevent sunlight from entering your windows, protection can extend to the possessions and furnishings within your home in Suffolk County.
Motorized controls for retractable pergola canopy enable remote operation with the simple push of a button. Automate the opening & closing of your system with wind & sun sensors.
High-grade industrial-grade materials, such as stainless steel, powder-coated aluminum, and robust weatherproof textiles, are present in our retractable pergola covers.
Our systems are long-lasting, so we back them with warranties. They are durable enough to survive under extremely harsh weather conditions in Suffolk County. Our retractable pergolas are appropriate for urban and coastal settings because they are UV resistant.
Four Seasons Sunroom provides customized solutions for each project in Lake Ronkonkoma, NY, whether you conduct commercial activity in a terrace, restaurant, cafe, or pub, or you want an outdoor area that meets your demands in any season.
The actual lake, Lake Ronkonkoma, adjacent to the CDP, is the largest lake on Long Island. The land surrounding one side of the lake is in the jurisdiction of the Town of Islip. The elevation of the lake surface is given as 55 feet (17 m) on the most recent USGS map, but as the lake is a “groundwater lake”, not fed by streams, it has no surface outlet and its water surface reflects the current level of the local water table. This can undergo significant changes over time, and the lake level experiences slow periods of rise and fall. In the late 1960s it was quite low; after several intermediate changes in level, in 2007 the lake was higher than at any time since, with a difference of well over 5 feet (1.5 m) between the 1960s low and the 2007 high.
As a result of the lake’s existence, Lake Ronkonkoma was once a resort town, until the area experienced a population explosion in the mid-20th century. Remnants of old resorts and hotels can still be seen around the lake’s shores. Many summer cottages and bungalows from that period remain, now converted to year-round use.
The lake is the subject of a number of urban legends, mainly rooted in the area’s rich Native American heritage. For example: 1. “It’s bottomless” (and/or empties into Long Island Sound or other waterways). In fact, the lake is relatively deep (approx. 65 feet (20 m)) at its southeastern side, and is what’s known as a kettle hole lake. 2. “Every year the lake sacrifices someone.” Or more specifically, Princess Ronkonkoma “The Lady of the Lake” calls young men out to the middle of the lake and drowns them. In all versions, the lady is an Indian princess who herself drowned in the lake, for reasons that vary depending on the story. The most popular version is that every year the lake claims one male victim. Articles suggest that in the past 200 years, only a handful of females have drowned in Lake Ronkonkoma. 3. “There is a mysterious rise and fall of the lake that doesn’t have any noticeable relationship to local rainfall totals.” This has not been sufficiently explained either way.Learn more about Lake Ronkonkoma.