Solariums au Québec: Transformez Votre Maison avec Groupe Luc Fauteux

Solariums in Quebec: Transform Your Home with Groupe Luc Fauteux

Welcome to the world of solariums, where the perfect fusion of indoors and outdoors comes to life.

At Groupe Luc Fauteux, we specialize in the design, manufacture and installation of superior quality solariums in Quebec, offering unique living spaces that bring light, warmth and energy to your home.

Whether you’re dreaming of a sun-drenched relaxation area, a lush winter garden or an elegant entertaining space, our 3-season, 3-season plus and 4-season solariums are designed to meet your deepest desires, while enhancing the value of your property.

Discover how to transform your home and your quality of life with a Groupe Luc Fauteux custom solarium, and immerse yourself in nature without leaving the comfort of your own home.

The 3-Season Solarium: A bright, versatile living space

Groupe Luc Fauteux’s 3-season solarium is an ideal home extension for those who want to enjoy the beauty of their outdoor environment without having to worry about the vagaries of the weather.

This glass structure allows total immersion in nature, bathing your living space in abundant natural light and offering a breathtaking view of your garden or surrounding landscape.

Designed for use from spring to autumn, the 3-season solarium is an economical solution that adds an extra room to your home, perfect for relaxation, leisure or family meals.

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3-season solarium

The Solarium 3 Saisons Plus: The Perfect Balance between Comfort and Nature

The 3-season plus solarium, an exclusive innovation from Groupe Luc Fauteux, is designed for those looking for a little extra comfort in the cooler months.

Thanks to better insulation and the use of high-quality materials, this model extends the useful life of your solarium. So you can get closer to nature from the first signs of spring to the last days of autumn.

It’s the ideal solution for enjoying additional living space with a panoramic view of the outdoors, while benefiting from enhanced comfort.

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solarium 3 saisons plus.

The 4-Season Solarium: Enjoy your garden all year round

Designed to withstand the rigors of Quebec winters, Groupe Luc Fauteux’s 4-season solarium lets you enjoy an indoor garden all year round, whatever the weather.

Thanks to superior insulation, double- or triple-pane glass and an integrated heating system, this model transforms your solarium into a haven of peace, accessible at all times.

Whether you’re watching the first snowflakes fall or enjoying the springtime renewal, the 4-season solarium is your privileged link with the outdoors.

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the 4-season solarium.

Choosing the right solarium: Tips and factors to consider

Selecting the ideal solarium for your home involves taking into account a number of factors, such as orientation, location, the architectural style of your home, and of course, your budget.

At Groupe Luc Fauteux, we work with you every step of the way to ensure that the solarium you choose meets your expectations and blends harmoniously into your living space.

From conception to completion, we put our expertise at your service to make your solarium project a reality.

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Installation and maintenance: Ensuring the longevity of your solarium

Installing a solarium is a major project that requires meticulous planning and execution. Our Groupe Luc Fauteux teams specialize in solarium installation in Quebec, and use proven techniques to guarantee the durability and performance of your space.

What’s more, we offer maintenance tips to keep your solarium looking and working its best year after year.

Find out how we can help you with the installation and maintenance of your solarium by visiting our services section.

Veranda vs Solarium

The question often asked is: What’s the difference between a solarium and a veranda?

The main distinction lies in the design and intended use of the space.

A solarium, often called a sunroom, is generally composed of glass walls to maximize exposure to natural light, designed for total immersion in the outdoor landscape whatever the weather.

A veranda, on the other hand, is a covered extension to the house, which can be opened or closed by windows, serving more as a porch or covered terrace.

Why a solarium?

Opting for a solarium means choosing a living space that provides a unique connection with nature while offering the comforts of indoors.

Whether it’s for growing plants, a relaxation area or an exceptional dining area, a solarium brings light and warmth to your home, while increasing its value.

Regulations in Quebec

What is the surface area for a veranda without planning permission?

In Quebec, regulations may vary from one municipality to another, but in general, for small-scale constructions such as a veranda or solarium, if the floor area is below a certain threshold (usually around 10 to 20 square meters), a building permit is not required. However, it’s crucial to check local regulations before starting any project.

How does a solarium work?

A solarium takes advantage of the greenhouse effect, capturing the sun’s heat and light through its glass walls. This creates a warm, naturally lit space, ideal for enjoying sunny days, even in winter.

The design and orientation of the solarium are essential to optimize these benefits while minimizing potential drawbacks such as overheating in summer.

How do you heat a solarium in winter?

Although the solarium captures the sun’s heat, in cold climates such as Quebec, a supplementary heating system may be necessary during the colder months.

Solutions such as electric baseboard heaters, convectors or even underfloor heating can be considered to maintain thermal comfort all year round.

Good insulation and the right choice of glazing are also crucial to keeping the heat in without incurring excessive energy costs.

By integrating these elements into your solarium project with Groupe Luc Fauteux, you ensure not only a pleasant, functional space, but also a structure that complies with standards and contributes to your home’s energy efficiency.

Visit our site for more information and to start planning your ideal solarium project.

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If you have any questions or would like to tell us about your project, please contact us at or call 1-800-823-2109.

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