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We are pleased to present this information on Windsor Conservatories sunrooms, as shown and described by the manufacturer. Because we have not tested this product, we are unable to endorse it or provide you with any additional information.

Patio Enclosures, Inc., the largest manufacturer and installer of sunrooms in North America, has added "Windsor Conservatories" to its offering of premium sunrooms featuring authentic English designs and craftsmanship.

Windsor Conservatories feature fully sculptured conservatory roof systems including decorative cresting and finials that echo Victorian England.

Conservatories Feature Authentic English DesignsEnergy efficient ComfortGard® C3 low-e conservatory glass is standard. Fully sculptured double French doors, with a six-point safety locking system for security, open to allow movement of large furniture and objects.

Virtually maintenance-free, these rooms are built with thermally efficient, pure virgin vinyl frames over galvanized steel and aluminum to create a structurally sound room with a clean, finished look. Retractable screens are lowered when windows are open to keep bugs out.

Windsor Conservatories are available in Victorian and Edwardian styles with custom design features such as a lantern ceiling detail and a golden oak interior finish.

For more information on Windsor Conservatories or all of Patio Enclosures, Inc.'s, conservatories, sunrooms, and solariums, please call 800-230-8301 or visit www.patioenc.com. (05/02/08 & 07/30/11)

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