Look for windows with energy-efficient glass, such as Low-E (low-emissivity) glass, which helps control heat transfer and UV rays. It maintains the room's temperature while allowing natural light.
Consider using tempered or safety glass to ensure durability and safety, especially if the sunroom is a high-traffic area or if safety is a concern.
These are great for sunrooms, as they allow for expansive views and easy access to outdoor areas. They bring in a lot of natural light and can be opened to allow for ventilation.
Casement windows offer unobstructed views and excellent ventilation. They can catch breezes effectively when open, allowing for natural airflow in the room.
These classic windows can provide a traditional look while allowing for ventilation. They can be a good fit for sunrooms where a more conventional appearance is desired.
Fixed picture windows offer a great way to let in maximum light and views. While they don't open, they provide a seamless view of the outdoors.