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January 8, 2010

A Message From Simba Construction, LLC, Pennsylvania

Filed under: Business News,Reseller Letters — Sunrooms by Brady @ 3:08 pm

We’re glad to have the opportunity to be an authorized Brady- Built Sunroom dealer in the Lehigh Valley. I have been installing sunrooms for the past 10 years as a sub-contractor for various sunroom companies in our area. I have installed approximately 500 sunrooms in the following cities: Nazareth, Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, Bangor, Wind Gap, Emmaus, Macungie, Quakertown, Perkasie, Montgomeryville, Harleysville, Norristown, West Chester, Coatesville, Downingtown, Phoenixville, Pottstown, Lansdale, Kulpsville, Souderton, Reading, Boyertown, Gilbertsville, Kutztown, Hamburg, Schuylkill Haven, Tamaqua, Lehighton, Palmerton, Jim Thorpe, Hazleton, Wilkes-Barre, Stroudsburg, East Stroudsburg and Bloomsburg.

When my employer went out of business, I decided to sell and install sunrooms myself. I looked for a manufacturer from the Pacific Ocean to the Atlantic, and talked with many sunroom companies until I met with Brady-Built. Of the 500 sunrooms I had installed, not one of them was as beautiful as the wood-interior sunrooms you produce. The sunrooms I had been installing either have aluminum or vinyl interiors. I felt that anyone interested in purchasing a sunroom would surely choose a wood interior rather than aluminum or vinyl for an addition to their home.

Homeowners are amazed when my team and I go onto the roof and walk on the glass to attach your sunroom to their house – an ordinary occurrence, thanks to the double pane, argon-filled tempered glass. The glass has much less give when you step on it due to the impact-resistant glass, which also provides exceptional strength and protects the interior from harmful UV rays. I also like the structural silicone used to prevent your glass from leaking, one of the biggest problems with the other sunrooms I had installed. The design of those rooms and caulk used did not prevent leaks; in fact, one company had a service man who did nothing but go around and fix leaks!  I’ve never had a leak with a Brady-Built Sunroom.

What I find amazing is the strength of Brady-Built sunrooms, due to their components and  the manufacturing method. They use 2″ X 6″ studs for the knee walls, pressure-treated lumber for attachment to concrete, Tyvek to cover exterior walls, and kiln- dried laminated wood with a polyurethane finish, which gives the room a spectacular look. I like the solid sound of the sliding doors and windows when opening & closing – all name brand Pella window & doors. It’s no wonder that a Brady-Built Sunroom can be delivered to a customer’s site and remain free-standing there, if the site preparation has not been completed. The other sunrooms I’ve installed had to be attached to the house right away. They are, in fact, giant erector sets with cheap panels and thin aluminum extrusion.

Brady-Built Sunrooms also have a large selection of styles: straight eave, curved eave, gable style and conservatory models, with any style roof the customer may desire.  There are all-glass roof systems, solid roof systems, or solid-and-glass combined. For the first time the customer truly has the capability of designing the sunroom of his dreams. I also like the solar screens which may easily be installed to reduce heat gain in the summer, and then removed in the fall and winter when you would want to maximize light and heat in the room.

I could go on and on, because new design ideas and more custom choices are constantly being developed and offered to Brady-Built customers. It is my pleasure to go to home shows and hear the visitors say, “WOW, look at that sunroom! I’ve never seen one like that before!”

Again, I would like to say “Thanks” to you, Kevin, and to Marco, Kathy, Robert, Joe, Jim, Tony, Becky and the rest of the Brady-Built Sunroom Team.


Ed Bauer, Owner

Simba Construction LLC

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