Have you recently been thinking about remodeling your home? If yes, this is the perfect moment to take advantage of the nagging to make changes to your house is if you recently had the impulse to do so.
Adding a sunroom to your home in Nassau County may be a last-minute decision. However, we believe the advantages of doing so outweigh the inconveniences and are well worth your time, efforts, and attention.
At varCompanyNa, our mission is to help people enjoy outdoor activities in order to benefit their health and well-being. We know that exposure to sunshine can help improve one’s overall health, so if you want an environment where your whole family can enjoy a day outside together, we’d love to hear from you.
Therefore, we make every effort to provide that exposure to sunlight throughout the year. Our elegant additional solutions offer different styles tailored to your specific preferences.
Four Seasons Sunroom refers to sunrooms as “life rooms,” “solariums,” “garden rooms,” and “sun porches.” Adding a sunroom to your house has several advantages, but here are our top five reasons you should have one from us!
After installation, your new sunroom can be utilized for a variety of activities such as reading and writing, or simply having fun with friends and family.
An extension or addition to your home can make a huge difference in its value. Adding a sunroom or pergola is one way to include a designated room where you can enjoy the sun, while keeping your family protected from harmful UV rays.
Expensive utility costs are something that no one enjoys, but it is necessary; fortunately, a sunroom installation will help homeowners save money on their monthly expenditures. Thanks to significant advances in design and material, you may enjoy our sunroom all year round.
Our Sunrooms offer a wide range of unique and flexible designs and the perfect view of natural sunlight during all seasons. From Spring to Fall, Winter to Summer, you’re sure to enjoy your space.
In the winter months in your Bellerose, NY, they’re notoriously miserable. Unlike other windows, sunrooms and outdoor patios are bright enough during tougher conditions. We might be able to help you out during times like these.
We build sunrooms that are to-scale inflatables or can be built out of other materials. And we have so many options. Think vinyl, aluminum or even glass solariums! You’ve got a vision for a sunroom, and we’ll make it happen.
Our outdoor patio, hot tub, and pool packages are tailored to your exact needs. Regardless of your specific requirements, we have the right package for you.
Choose from our wide range of glass, window, door, skylight, and roof types that may be customized. What you can do with a sunroom after installation and how it may be used are endless possibilities.
In a sense, it’s bringing nature inside your house. You may enjoy all the advantages of being outdoors without the drawbacks of being bitten by mosquitoes or allergic to pollen, thanks to the invention of sunrooms. The ability to extend each season’s best features in our location is a real bargain.
Are you in the market for a new extension for your existing sunroom? If so, we can help! We offer comprehensive options to enhance it from all perspectives, including aesthetics and functionality. Whether you’re looking for a beautifully designed addition or an off-the-shelf solution with proven results, our team of experienced craftsmen is ready to add it to your home. Simply call us today on 516-253-2329 and we’ll work with you on designing your perfect extension!
The village was founded by Helen Marsh of Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In 1907, planning to build a model community, Marsh purchased 77 acres (310,000 m2) of Floral Park gladiola fields. The first Bellerose home was completed, under Marsh’s supervision, in 1910. Marsh persuaded the Long Island Rail Road to place a station in the new village, and she named the station Bellerose. Though it has been suggested that she named the station for the Rose farm, south of the railroad, and her daughter Belle, she said that she simply found the name “euphonious”. A vote of the homeowners made the name official in 1917.
Bellerose incorporated itself as a village in 1924 in order to gain home rule.
The Bellerose Village Hall, Fire House and Police Booth are on the National and State registries of Historic Places.Learn more about Bellerose.