Two Story Sunroom & Solarium

Sunroom Worcester MA

A Two-Story Sunroom or Solarium is a great and affordable way to get a two-floor addition for your house. Brady-Built is one of the few companies in New England to offer this type of addition. The Two-Story Sunroom can be finished in any style we offer and is also available as a single, open room with 20 to 30 ft high ceilings for a very dramatic look.

Two-Story Sunroom with Spa Enclosure

This two-story sunroom addition expanded living space. The lower level includes an enclosed hot tub area overlooking the beautiful back yard. The upper level houses a cozy sitting area as well as a dining area. This two-story addition also incorporates a set of interior stairs, so the exterior icy stairs can be avoided in the snowy winter months.

Two-Story Sunroom Addition

This double-decker sunroom addition expanded living space in the finished basement and provided a cozy sitting area opening onto the back deck. The all-natural wood beams and tongue-and-groove paneling provides a relaxed, warm environment for friendly conversation and quiet relaxation.

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Call 508-798-2600 to schedule a tour of our showroom and factory, located in Auburn, MA, just south of Worcester, MA. We are just a convenient 1 hour drive from Boston, MA - Providence, RI - Springfield, MA & Hartford, CT.

Two-Story Sunroom Addition

A two-story addition is a wonderful way to expand living space and create usable space below the upper sunroom. What a wonderful place to enjoy the nature while relaxing inside without insects, bugs or spring pollen.

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160 Southbridge Street
Auburn, MA 01501

Phone: 508-798-2600

Fax: 508-798-3058



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Straight Eave Sunroom & Solarium

Sunroom Worcester MA

The solid interior curves on the beams of this design provide a versatile, easily adaptable look which blends well with a variety of New England homes and decor, from contemporary to traditional to Early American. This sunroom features substantial beams and the timeless look of real wood. Many owners of 18th and 19th century homes choose this style due to its classic lines which easily lends itself to a Victorian look, as it blends well architecturally with older homes.