According to the company behind it, the LifeRoom by Four Seasons is more than just a room. It is a complete body and mind experience.
The LifeRoom is perfect for any budget even though it is very technologically advanced. It is made to provide a cool mist and a gentle breeze through retractable screens that are fully automated and can drop to protect you from the sun and any unwanted eyes. It comes with some patent-pending features.
Regardless of the architecture behind your home, the room can be fully customized. This means that this company is able to change any backyard with a dull look into your personal heaven, made for any budget and style.
How Much Does a LifeRoom Patio Cost?
The cost of the Four Seasons LifeRoom is anywhere between $10,000 and $35,000, depending on factors like the contractor you choose to work with, the features you need, other customizations you want to add, and the size of the job. These prices were obtained through third-party sources and old customers of the business, as the official website doesn’t offer exact price ranges.
On the official FourSeasons website, which is the website of the manufacturer of the LifeRoom, the only information about the prices that you will find is a small snippet that states “starting at $9,999, with financing available.”
Instead of prices, you have a form you can fill out to get a free quote. It will require information like your name, email address, phone number, and zip code. After filling out the form, customers are connected with a local installer that has a pricing matrix depending on the sizes and options they are interested in.
A personal review left by a past customer on Customer Affairs said that they were quoted over $20,000 for the roll-down screens, electric heater, motorized mister, mood lights over the screens, and recessed lights. The same review stated that this quote didn’t include things like electrical alterations needed for the project to be completed.
One contractor, Patio Warehouse, Inc., listed several LifeRoom projects they have worked on over time. These were hired through Houzz.com and had an average project cost between $10,000 and $25,000 in the Los Angeles Area. They also have pictures of past jobs, so you get an idea of what LifeRoom looks like.
LifeRoom by Four Seasons overview
Cool Mist & Soft Breeze Technology
This cool mist and soft breeze technology is meant to reduce the temperature of the interior of the LifeRoom by 40 degrees or more with the help of an ultra-fine mist that disappears, cooling everything around you.
The retractable screen is also made to block out 95% of the UV rays coming from the sun when closed, to protect you from the hottest sunbeams. According to the company, this technology is the work of a whole team of designers and engineers that have over 20 patents between them.
The Four Season Sunrooms company states that its LifeRoom screens are automatic. You can control them using a remote control. Once activated, they will descend around you providing instant privacy and protection from any outdoor elements.
Once they are fully descended, the LED lights inside will light up the whole interior. This turns the outdoor space into a completely indoor one with ambient lighting and complete privacy. Most contractors state that you can even project a TV screen onto the screens when they are shut.
You can customize the Four Seasons outdoor living solutions to any home architecture and any budget according to the company behind the product, and it will adhere to all HOA guidelines.
Important things to consider
The LifeRoom patio cover can be powered using a standard 110V power outlet.
A FAQ we found on a contractor’s website states that you can find screens in either black or white. The white ones are considered the premium option, so they will be more expensive.
It will take about 10 business days to have the standard LifeRooms manufactured. A more customized order will need more time, of course.
It will then take an experienced installer two to three days to install it and turn your outdoor living space into an indoor smart area.