A sunroom is a great way to add livable square footage to your home.
Sunrooms are among the most versatile room types as they allow you to enjoy the outdoors while being shielded from harsh cold or extreme heat. Today’s modern sunrooms are completely customizable and provide an affordable way to add additional living or entertainment space to existing homes. Sunrooms come in a variety of sizes and configurations that blend with the existing exterior space as well as seamlessly transition from room to room inside the home.
For homeowners, making the decision to add a room can be quite overwhelming. From the cost to finding the right company to handle the job, there are a lot of things to consider.
If you are considering adding a sunroom to your home, it’s important to be informed before making a final decision.
Types of Sunrooms
There are so many uses for sunrooms. They’re often used as an entertainment area, a home office, an extra bedroom, a hobby room, a game room, a family room or even an indoor spa area.
The possible uses of your extra square footage are almost endless so the first thing to keep in mind is what your sunroom will be used for.
Generally, there are two prevalent sunroom types: three-season and four-season sunrooms. Three-season sunrooms can be enjoyed during spring, summer, and fall as the temperature in these sunrooms is easy to control. Wintertime use of three-season rooms will be limited as the lightweight materials used to construct the sunroom may not be compatible with artificial heat sources. On the other hand, four-season sunrooms can be used year-round and will effectively keep wind, rain, and even snow at bay. Four-season sunrooms utilize more durable thermal resistant building materials and can accommodate wall and ceiling insulation.
Both types of sunrooms not only help add value to a home, but also enhance your quality of life by allowing homeowners and guests to enjoy the outdoors for longer periods throughout the year.
Finding the Right Contractor
There are many different types of sunrooms to choose from. There are picture window sunrooms, sliding window sunrooms, Florida room sunrooms, screen rooms, gable roof sunrooms, and more, any of which can be designed and built to suit your unique requirements.
Regardless of the type of sunroom you’re considering, finding the contractor who will best handle this project should be the chief consideration. The company you choose to complete a sunroom add-on should be experienced and knowledgeable with a proven track record for providing excellent sales and service to homeowners in your area.
If you are searching for a qualified team of professionals to handle your sunroom renovation project, look no further than Sunshine Sunrooms. Since 1993, Sunshine Sunrooms has proudly served the greater Dallas-Ft. Worth area and has earned its reputation for stellar customer service and superior results. Contact the pros at Sunshine Sunrooms today to schedule an in-home consultation to discuss your needs.
Call us at (972) 243-5390 or request a quote here.