Announces a New Color in Its Sun Room Product Offering

Superior Metal Products Company Incorporated, a leading wholesale manufacturer and supplier of quality components for Aluminum and Vinyl Home improvement industry, introduces a new "Tan" color to Superior’s UltraView™ E-Z Install Panelized Sun room System “The ultimate in sunroom living”.

The Panelized Sun room walls comes with an exclusive 10 year Warranty on the enclosure plus a Lifetime Warranty against glass breakage and internal fogging on the standard insulated and tempered-glass vinyl sliding windows.

The UltraView™ E-Z Install Panelized Sun room System makes durability, strength and beauty very affordable. Comes in white embossed aluminum or white vinyl finish and now a tan colored vinyl finish to complement your home, condo or town house.

The insulated walls, roof and windows in the UltraView™ Sun room are designed to be both energy savings and enjoyment by keeping the sun room both cooler in summer and warmer in fall and spring and are virtually maintenance free.

The 3.25” thick insulated panelized wall system provides an R-13 Thermal Rating. Add the 3” thick insulated roofing system, featuring an R-13 Thermal Rating, and provides many years of sun room livability.

600450 Announces a New Color in Its Sun Room Product Offering

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