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Important Terms to Know About Sunrooms, Atriums, Greenhouses and Solarium Builders
Sunrooms, atriums, greenhouses and solariums thrive on the sun to provide warmth to occupants or a prime growing environment for plants. They can be functional in nature or purely decorative. Builders skilled in creating glass porch enclosures, garden greenhouses and outdoor patio areas can meet your residential or commercial needs. Here are some important terms to remember about sunrooms, atriums, greenhouses and solariums.

Conservatory: A structure featuring a glass roof and walls for use as a sunroom or greenhouse. They were first created in the 16th century for land owners who wished to cultivate fruits such as lemons and oranges imported from warmer locales. Also known as solariums.

Atrium: Large open space reaching many stories up, featuring a roof of windows. You’ll often find these within large buildings and high rises. They provide a feeling of more open space, which is where their popularity stems from.

Glazing: An opaque coating on greenhouse glass that traps warm rays inside the structure once they enter. Visibility is only slightly reduced, yet the temperature increase is significant.

Vent Control: Provides proper ventilation of a greenhouse. In the event of over heating, the use of solar-powered vent controls can open doors, roofs or wall vents at one-degree increments, for the utmost in convenience.

Misting Systems: Able to provide optimal humidity levels, greenhouse misting kits maintain cool and safe temperatures for plants, with the ability to lower the temperature when needed.

Seedling Heat Mat: Provides radiant heat to roots of young plants, providing 10 degrees more heat than the surrounding ambient temperature.

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Countless men and women work as contractors nowadays. Some of these professionals specialize in sunrooms, solariums, greenhouses, atriums, and home conservatory additions. In this particular field, it is standard to work with all kinds of garden room ideas, glass porch enclosures, sunroom improvement materials, and construction design plans. Since there are sun room contractors employed all over America, there is likely to be a number of regions to work in if you choose this line of employment.

What type of training you need to work in this field depends on what you are striving to do. If you wish to design solariums, atriums and greenhouses, you may need a degree in architecture. However, if you wish to help build conservatory additions, enclosed patios, and other outdoor energy efficient rooms, then you will need the right training in construction. You can certainly plan on working daily with various types of glass. After all, many people have greenhouses and sunrooms built next to or inside their homes to allow natural sunlight in. This helps their gardens and plants remain green and healthy. While some customers may request a custom conservatory built next to their home, others may need you to design an outdoor atrium for business reasons. Furthermore, as a professional contractor, you may need to renovate certain glass enclosures or solariums at times.

You will work with an assortment of clients in this field. You are also likely to deal with construction supply companies on a regular basis, since they supply necessary building materials.