Four Seasons Sunrooms
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About Four Seasons Sunrooms
Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows offers a wide range of products in the home improvement industry. Its products include sunrooms, patio covers, screen rooms, windows, pergolas and much more. Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows experienced professionals have vast product knowledge and can help turn your vision into reality.
Pros & Cons
- Lifetime warranty
- Short construction time
- Affordable additions
- Some high-end features are expensive
Four Seasons offers several options for sunroom and four-season room additions. Its modular construction makes for quick installation and affordable pricing, though added features can get pricey.
Top Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows Reviews
… They gave me all the technical knowledge about their products and I liked the price as well as the quality of the window that they showed me. The staff were very courteous and d...Read full review
We got a LifeRoom from Four Seasons where screens could go up and down. Their rep was knowledgeable and easy to work with. We enjoyed working with Four Seasons. Their work was of ...Read full review
About Four Seasons Sunrooms
Four Seasons Sunrooms manufactures, sells and installs home renovation products, including windows, doors and decking. It also offers home addition products, such as sunrooms, four-season rooms, pergolas, patio covers, carports and other single-room add-ons.
Four Seasons’ sunrooms and other home additions are modular — the preconstructed components keep costs low and construction time short. The company manufactures a variety of styles and building materials, including aluminum, vinyl and wood. Because sunrooms can be difficult to heat and cool, Four Seasons uses its patented CONSERVAGLASS to improve energy efficiency. Some of its additions can be easily modified by switching out the panels.
How does Four Seasons Sunrooms work?
Four Seasons is an all-inclusive service that finances, manufactures, sells and installs its home renovation products. Because its sunrooms and other room additions are modular, they’re often less expensive and require less construction time than comparable custom-built pieces.
Locally owned independent franchises choose which product lines to offer, so not all products are available in all areas. Four Seasons’ home addition line includes sunrooms, four-season rooms, pergolas and three brand-specific rooms: the Hampton room, the LifeRoom and Addition360. It also offers decking, windows and doors.
Four Seasons Sunrooms costs
The company doesn’t list specific pricing information on its website. The cost of windows and sunrooms vary depending on the project — the size of the addition, the number of windows and extra features impact the overall price. Four Seasons offers 100% financing.
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Is Four Seasons Sunrooms worth it?
Because Four Seasons’ modular home additions are relatively affordable and quick to install, it’s probably worth it if you want to renovate but require a speedy installation or don't have the budget for custom construction. Be aware that the price can increase quickly once you start adding extra features to the base models, however.
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I heard a lot of good about the sunrooms of Four Seasons and people in the area where I used to live had sunrooms and they were happy with them. I used to pass by in Holbrook and I just loved sunrooms. I knew that Four Seasons was a decent company because otherwise, I wouldn’t go there. We bought the kit so we are the ones who are putting it up. There are three big windows and one big sliding door. I like the sun but I don’t want the sun coming through the rooftop because I didn’t want it to be like a regular sunroom where you vegetate stuff. The sales reps were very nice and helpful. There was an engineer on site who came with the rep for the second time to go over some things with us if we had any questions, and we had a couple. They also said to come in and check the displays. They reached out and they confirmed that if we had any questions or problems, we can contact them.
We’ve been watching videos and there’s one dilemma. The way the base and the sides are supposed to be like a box, and the roof line is gonna be in an arch. So, there’s a gap that’s gonna be between the walls and the roof. When we watched a couple of videos from Four Seasons, they had walls that arched and went all the way from the top to the bottom. So, we don’t know how to actually fill that gap when it comes to be. We’ve been doing research on it to make sure we get all the information we need. We took the flyer out of the box and we’re rereading it and making sure that we apply it the right way. The product looks all right, but we don’t know what we’re up against yet.
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I had one friend years ago who had had a three seasons room put in by Four Seasons. I availed of their service and had them do a patio cover. It's called a LifeRoom. It has motorized screens that come down, a fan system, and a cool mist system. It's amazing. The contractor was a little lacking but he did a good job. There was an issue where the contractor called Four Seasons and told them they were missing a screen. Most rooms only have four screens. Mine has five. Four Seasons looked into it and they found that it was still in Florida. It was a whole supply chain thing. It wouldn't be up here for a couple of weeks. When they called me, they said, “What we'll do is we'll just send our in-house guys to put that in. And we don't have to have the subcontractor come back.”
About 10 minutes after I received the call, I noticed that the guys had packed up and left. It was like 10:30 in the morning and this was unusual. Usually, they break around noon and they pack up around 3:00. I didn't have time to do anything about it. The next morning, nobody came and the work was not yet completed because there was one missing screen. None of the covers on all of the screens were put on. They were laying on my deck and there were a lot of tools. There were wires hanging out of the wall that they didn't have a second switch to put in.
There was a miscommunication when the call came in from Four Seasons that the screen was missing. The crew just took it as they were done and left. Meanwhile, all of this was left undone and it was right before Thanksgiving. I was hoping to use the room and the deck for Thanksgiving. But there was a whole bunch of debris on the deck. I called and spoke with Janet at Four Seasons. She said the crew should have been there and that she would contact them. Someone named Rich called me. It was the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. He said he could be there on Monday. I told him I was hoping to use the space and he said he would he what he could do. He came at 5 o'clock, moved all of the stuff, and did everything. He put all of the covers on so that at least three sides of the place looked finished. It was better. I was able to use the space the way I wanted to. I'm very happy with it.
Four Seasons should tell the subcontractor to touch base. The thing was there was just no communication with me. If he had talked to me before he left, he wouldn't have had to come back to move everything. I fully understand stuff. Right now, the project is still not finished because of that one screen that is still missing. Otherwise, I absolutely love the space.
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We were very pleased with what we saw at Four Seasons, and it's local. The president of the company came to the house. Everybody responds immediately. They're a great company. They did something called a LifeRoom. They adapted it to fit into like a covered porch. I gather that this is one of the first times they've ever done a project that really kind of was like this. It's really beautiful. They did a great job. Everything was custom done. We have a view of the water. They were able to manufacture the screens so that there was no obstruction. We have a clean view out to the water.
They built this system within our specs. It's not like they said, "Well, you have to have this because it comes in 10 by 12 and we're going to do this." They took our measurements multiple times, so everything would fit perfectly. They did the screen system. Then they were able to do a glass system as well. It really truly is an all-season room now because it's got windows. It's great. The project was not a day installation. It was probably a few days. They worked outside, so I didn't have to be there the whole time to supervise them. Everybody was polite. They cleaned up after themselves. So, it was a good experience all around.
We had a sunroom installed and it gave us the extra space that we needed. There were some little work that needed to be addressed and I was not happy with the sales pitch from Four Seasons. There was this whole thing about their pricing and how they follow what was either the FedEx model or some nonsense. I found that to be disingenuous but I bought the product despite the sales pitch. It was expensive for what it was, but it served its purpose. The installation was done were very fast. But there was a deck where they built the sunroom and there were concrete pillars that they left underneath my deck that I had my landscaper come and remove. They were large concrete and I didn't know if taking them out was in the job scope since they didn't say anything. So, that was a little bit annoying.
Other than that, we had them build the room level with the rest of the house, so it was a little bit more like an addition rather than just a sunroom. It really opened up the house beautifully. It turned into my daughter's playroom but it was a fabulous room. The product was good and we never had any problems with leaking or drafts. There were some cracking in the corners and after we painted, we noticed there was some separation. But it wasn't significant. All in all, I wouldn't say our experience with Four Seasons was perfect but I would do it again and I would recommend them.
I have a friend who is an architect and he does work for The Diocese of Rockville Centre. We wanted to get a greenhouse for our plants so I asked him how to find somebody. He said that the diocese used Four Seasons quite a bit. I also talked with an architect who works for the Town of Oyster Bay and used Four Seasons. They’re both heavy hitters, so if they say that Four Seasons is good, they’re good. We looked at what they had there and talked to a guy. They had what we wanted.
The sales guy listened to what we wanted and showed us what he had. They had a special kind of glass that we were worried about. Most greenhouses are boiling hot in the summer because the heat gets inside and can't get out. Four Seasons has a special kind of glass that filters out the sunlight. It still looks clear but it blocks a lot of infrared. There was the demo with a heater lamp on one side of the glass to see how you feel on the other side and you could hardly feel a thing. It has been a good experience.
Putting things together went pretty fast. They had to pour the floor then they had to wait a couple of days for the cement to harden. They came back and built the rest of it. As far as time on site, that took about three days. But there were some gaps in between. It turned out Garden City had problems. They had to have a building inspector come by before they poured the floor and had him come by again after they poured the floor. There were some bureaucratic delays along the way also. It's just the way the world is.
A couple of years after we had the thing done, our gardener had one of those weed whackers and it grabbed a stone, hit the greenhouse, and broke a window. It’s a big window and it’s a special glass. I called Four Seasons and asked what I should do. They said they would come and fix it. They came, measured the window, came back with another thing, and swapped them out. The fact that they stood behind their products made life really easy for me. It was very painless. They were here when I needed them later.
I asked Four Seasons for an estimate, then their rep, Jeff, came and made an estimate. He seemed to be really professional and knew what he was doing. That's what made us accept the offer and start working with them, and it was awesome. It was pricey, but it was a very good experience. The only minus was they promised us to be done by end of April, but it ended up in mid-June. They said that there was so much work. So, they couldn't handle it on time and they were postponing and postponing, two, three or four weeks.
They had to order parts, made the sunroom custom-made, then they had a guy who came and installed it for us when they arrived. It's a 16x16 aluminum sunroom, which was nicely attached to the house, to the backdoor. There are no cuts on the sides, and it came out pretty great. It's a very nice sunroom that's white in color, and the windows and doors open up and down. That's what I expected.
Thank you, Volodymyr. We appreciate feedback like this. There were some challenges in the industry with supply chain demands, but we worked through it as your job was a priority to us. Overall, we are glad that you had a good experience with Four Seasons. Please feel free to reach out of you need anything in the future.
We weren't happy with Four Seasons. I told them to wait till the spring to start but they started in November. Then it snowed and it was open for three or four months before they sent anybody else. Every time they sent someone, it was somebody new. One time, they sent out a guy who falsified who he was supposed to represent. But Four Seasons came back and honored it, even though the guy was misrepresenting them. They finished the sunroom and put the floor in. But I still have a problem with one of the panels leaking. Otherwise, everything is okay.
John at Four Seasons in Holbrook is a rockstar! After the install was done, everything was great and my windows never looked better. I need someone to come back and adjust them and to my surprise, it was the same gentleman who installed. Quick and easy install process, I couldn't ask for better communication on updates from the team there.
I bought my sun room from the London Ontario Four Seasons Sunrooms. First of all the build was never centered on the concrete footings yet somehow passed the city inspection. A few construction workers who came to my house wondered how they could not have centered the building properly on the footings. Secondly a few years later I have water coming in my sunroom where they connected the roofs of the sunroom to my existing house. Upon calling them they said they would look at it for 95 dollars and an additional 550 dollars just to come and look. That is inexcusable that a company can not stand behind its products. I would not recommend them now due to the issues of centering the entire wait off center on the footings and their lack of support afterwards.
I bought glass for a customer to put in. They did everything and gave me what I was gonna get. The guys I worked with were great.
Their reps are very good and professional and the installers were very knowledgeable and efficient. They were the highlight of the whole process. The quality of the installation and the product could not have been better. The materials were delivered and placed in my home nearby. But when the installers were about to finish, they realized that there were pieces missing, including a screen door, which is kind of important with a screened-in porch. It tells me that nobody really checked. I was told they got in a shipment from the manufacturer, which I thought was Four Seasons’ own manufacturer. It was late to boot. They had to make sure everything is here before they pilot up in my backyard and it wasn't. That was very disappointing. We had to wait another week and a half or so.
Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows Company Information
- Company Name:
- Four Seasons Sunrooms & Windows
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- Year Founded:
- 5005 Veterans Memorial Highway
- Postal Code:
- United States
- (631) 563-4010