It’d be a shame to live in such a beautiful area of the country without having a place to soak it in. The Sunshine State is so special there’s a whole room named after it — the Florida room. Floridians love natural light whenever possible, and that’s the sole purpose of a sunroom. Whether you look out to a small backyard or a waterfront view, Jacksonville is the perfect spot for a sunroom addition with Low E glass windows. 


The difference between a peaceful, beautiful sunroom and a hot and humid one is the windows you choose. American Window Products is the guide you need to help make the right investment in your home. Here’s a quick overview of what to consider when designing your home addition:

Sliding Windows

One of our favorite options for those hot Jacksonville summers! Sliding windows are a great energy-efficient option, especially when you pair them with a Low E glass coating. This option comes in many different colors, sizes and styles to perfectly accompany your home’s architecture. 


The design of these windows allows them to slide in a horizontal motion, which is an efficient use of the space in your sunroom and makes the most of your views. 

Double Hung Windows 

This is a classic option for homes of any architectural style. Open up your double-hung windows for a breeze when you’d like, or close them for optimal insulation. Another understated perk of this window design is how easy it is to keep them clean. 


Double-hung windows come in plenty of colors, sizes and styles. They are screen-friendly, simple to use and easy to clean. Just a few reasons the American Window Products team loves this option for Jacksonville homes. 

Hinged Windows

This option is divided into two categories: awning and casement. The one you go with comes down to the location of your sunroom and the size of the windows you need. Both have their own unique benefits. 


On one hand, awning windows open from the top. This allows hot air to escape from the bottom and rainwater to glide off the glass. Casement windows, on the other hand, are equipped with screens to block bugs and open from the side to create a breeze. 

Fixed Windows

No, they don’t open and no this isn’t just a budget option. Fixed windows are a great option for parts of your sunroom you simply can’t reach. If you have high ceilings or windows placed all the way at the top of the wall, fixed windows are a perfect choice. 


Some of the main benefits of this option is their heavy insulation and their draft-proof construction. Use these in congruence with another window option for a perfectly encased sunroom. 

Bow and Bay Windows

If you’re like most people, the view from your sunroom is one of the top priorities. That’s where bow and bay windows come in. Any window style will give you clear, unobstructed views but this option, in particular, takes it a step further. 


Enjoy the vast views and the immense amount of sunlight that comes along with this option. These windows are built to actually expand the room, so they’re the perfect choice for an added reading nook or bench seat. 

Keep it Simple and Partner with Our Crew From the Start

Window shopping can be confusing and overwhelming. The good news? It doesn’t have to be. The best decision you can make o is to partner with a window pro from the get-go. 


We offer only the best quality windows at every price point. We want to help you, not overcharge you. Our product is the best and our prices are, too — why look elsewhere when you shop?


We understand home improvement projects are a big investment. Window upgrades aren’t always an exciting undertaking, but they are beneficial. When it comes to measurements, design and features like Low E glass, invest in the people and products you can trust. Our design experts and installers are here to keep the process simple from beginning to end. Talk with us today for help selecting windows for your sunroom