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Art of Business: Hudson Valley Sunrooms

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A kitchen extension/ living room in Saugerties by Hudson Valley Sunrooms.
  • A kitchen extension/ living room in Saugerties by Hudson Valley Sunrooms.

Good Day, Sunshine

Chris Smalley has loved installing sunrooms ever since he helped add one on to his parents' home. Shortly thereafter, he opened his Four Seasons Sunrooms franchise in 1984. "That sunroom is still mom's favorite room," he says. "My grandfather spent his last years there, feeling like he was outside. Nowadays, we have so many designs; we've developed a glass that addresses overheating, heat loss, and UV rays. What I love to hear from people is, 'We really talk to each other out there.' It's the place you end up hanging out."

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