Free shipping
Low Price
secure-order
View Cart
logo

    Sojag Charleston 10' x 16' Solarium

    4,956.95
     List Price: $6,099.99
    Sale Price: $4,956.95
    You Save: $1,143.04 (19%)
    In Stock.
    * Usually Ships Same Business Day.


    Product Details
    Ask a Canopy Specialist:
    Call Us
    Manufacturer: Sojag
    Sojag Part Number: 440-9163032
    eCanopy Item Number: SOJ-440-9163032
    UPC: 772830163032

    Features

    • Color: Grey
    • Product Dimensions: 10' W x 8' H x 16' D
    • Wall unit
    • Water-resistant
    • Assembly required
    • Dark grey powder-coated aluminum frame
    • 3-position sliding windows and two sliding doors
    • Dark grey power-coated galvanized steel roof panels
    • Clear PVC windows and mosquito netting on every wall
    • Protects you from UV rays, mosquitos, rain, and snow
    • Two dark grey powder coated steel winter post included


    Customer Questions & Answers
    6 Questions & 6 Answers
    Fay J.
    from Orlando, FL asked:
    August 8, 2020
    Can this protect us from rain?
    1 Answer
    This unit protects you from UV rays, mosquitos, rain, and snow.
    Submitted by: Chaz A. on August 10, 2020

    M.
    from houston, tx asked:
    April 8, 2020

    What type of material?

    1 Answer
    The material is industrial powder-coated aluminum.



    Submitted by: Chaz A. on April 8, 2020

    M. N.
    from houston, tx asked:
    April 8, 2020

    1. How high is the opposite side of the 8 ' high?

    2. Are two sliding doors opposite each other?

    3. What color of the roof? Can it be clear to be used as a greenhouse? 

    1 Answer
    The side/front height is 6 feet. The sliding doors are on the left/right side. The roof is dark grey power-coated galvanized steel, and it cannot be clear. 
    Submitted by: Chaz A. on April 8, 2020

    Denise M.
    from Bear, Delaware asked:
    March 8, 2020
    Could this unit have a ceiling unit installed in it?
    1 Answer
    This unit could not have a ceiling installed.
    Submitted by: Sarah B. on March 9, 2020

    lavon
    from MI asked:
    March 5, 2020
    In Michigan, we have a winter snow weight for the roof. Are these built with this in mind?
    1 Answer
    Unfortunately, the manufacturer states that any accumulation of snow should always be removed from the roof of the solarium. The product has no snow load rating. 
    Submitted by: Will M. - eCanopy Product Specialist Murray on March 5, 2020

    Perry T.
    from 72395 asked:
    February 29, 2020
    What are the panels under the windows made of?
    1 Answer
    The panels and frame are made of powder-coated aluminum.
    Submitted by: Chaz A. on March 2, 2020

    Customer Reviews
    Review Summary
    5.0
    1 Reviews
    5
    100% (1)
    4
    0% (0)
    3
    0% (0)
    2
    0% (0)
    1
    0% (0)
    100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
    By Marcus from Hillsborough, NC on October 18, 2019
    I would recommend this item to a friend.
    Great Addition!
    We wanted an addition to the house and we thought this would work nicely - and we were right! We love it and can't wait to furnish and enjoy it for many years. It looks great and was reasonable. We had a quote to have a patio cover installed and this was a fraction of the cost. We feel it was a great deal. Read reviews and study carefully before building. I had to build a platform for it to raise the height so it would fit over the door but that turned out well. I struggled to figure out the exact size for the platform because it wasn't crystal clear which points the measurements were so I built it just a couple of inches both ways and it fits perfect. eCanopy was straight to deal with - had the best price and the delivery was as indicated (curbside so be prepared to move it). My son and I were able to break down the pallet and carry the four boxes around back. Built platform and porch in one full day with three people. My wife loves listening to the rain on the metal roof.
    ProsLooks great! Plastic and screens in windows are a nice bonus. Doors don't lock but they do latch firmly. (One door wasn't working right as the latch had bent - straightened it and works perfect.) Was relatively easy to assemble after a bit of head scratching.
    ConsDoors were the trickiest part for us - had to look at a picture to realize the doors are on the outside of the structure. That could be better described in manual. I built it close to the house and one side I was able to fit under the siding but one of the last steps is to put the end pieces on the roof at the top. This was impossible at that point but since I'm well under the overhang of the house I don't find that a problem since the panels are held down along the length. I was worried about gap to the house and siding and since patio slopes slightly away one side has a bit of a gap but expanding insulation tape took care of most of it.
    Sign-up for our Email!
    Enter your email for new arrivals and special offers.
    Home About Us Contact Us Customer Service Order Status View Cart Canopies Tents Awnings Tarps Carports Custom Graphics