Create a Backyard Oasis with Our Solarium Kits

Shop solariums and create a safe haven away from it all, right in your backyard! Discover stylish solarium kits and create the backyard oasis of your dreams.

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What is a Solarium?

A solarium is also known as a sunroom, which is an additional area of your home that allows in plenty of sunlight while still keeping the elements at bay. Having a sunroom means you can sit back and enjoy nature without being in the heat, rain, or even snow. A solarium is also known as a Florida room, a sun porch, or a veranda and can be added to your home without major construction. It’s a small investment that pays off big and brings relaxation to the next level. In addition, adding an extra room could even add value to your property.

SOJAG solariums are made of durable aluminum frames with ultra sturdy galvanized steel roof panels. The construction means your structure can stand up to the elements no matter the season.

How is a Solarium Used?

A solarium can be used in a variety of ways. Many families use it as an additional area to hosts guests with a dining room table or couch. Some add a television or even a pool room into the solarium for unlimited entertainment in the sunshine. It can also be used as an extra room in your home if needed, or a patio enclosure if you simply want to keep your patio protected from shade and pests.

What Kind of Solariums Does SOJAG Manufacture and Sell?

Solarium options from SOJAG differ based on size, color, style, and price. Each one is built with high-quality materials built to last season after season. There are two major types of solariums to choose from based on your unique needs.

Wall-Mounted Solariums

A wall-mounted solarium adds a sunroom directly onto your freestanding home. This means this type of solarium will attach to your home and add an extra room that you can effortlessly walk in and out of because it is an extension of you rhouse.

Freestanding Solariums

Freestanding solariums provide the same space but are not attached directly to your house. They allow plenty of space in the sunshine and can be used in the same ways as a wall-mounted solarium. However, these are freestanding and you will have to walk out of your home to walk inside a freestanding solarium.