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Sunrooms: Practical and Popular Uses

When adding extra square footage to your home, you'll need to know how to best use the added space.  Knowing exactly what you're getting into will help you know if you'll need to purchase specific decorative items or if you'll need to request customizations from your sunroom contractor to make your room exactly how you'd like it.  Below, we've listed the most popular sunroom uses to help give you some ideas of what to do with your new space...Read Full Article

Roof Options for Sunrooms

An important component of your new sunroom is its roof.  The roof will keep you protected from rain and weather and can also provide an additional venting source to help keep the room cool.  Venting can be from installed skylights that open and close or simply from ceiling fans that hang from the roof ceiling to circulate air as well as give the room more of a definitive style.  Keeping your room cool on hot summer days is important if you want to be comfortable in your new sunroom...Read Full Article

Aluminum, Vinyl or Wood? Best Materials for Top Sunroom Designs

It used to be that when building a home the materials you had to choose from were simple.  Wood, nails, and perhaps some sort of brick or stone.  In modern times, things have changed.  Today there are many material choices for you each with their own advantages and disadvantages.  When it comes to the materials used to build sunrooms, the three most popular choices are aluminum, vinyl and wood.  As you'll soon find out, each material has it's own unique advantage...Read Full Article

     

Average Cost of Sunrooms

So you've been dreaming of a new sunroom addition but you're not sure if you can afford it?  Luckily there are many sunroom options to choose from resulting in a fairly wide price range.  Prices will depend on size, materials, customizations, window types, roof types, insulation and more.  Before you start listing out all the things you'd like, you should first check if you are even allowed to build in your neighborhood.  Check local building and zoning codes to give you an idea of the size, design and sunroom type allowed in your particular area.  Depending on where you live...Read Full Article

All Season Sunrooms

Most homeowners admit that their sunroom is the most popular room in their home.  Most will agree that they'd like to spend as much time as possible in it enjoying the natural light and the view of nature's beauty.  If you are considering adding a sunroom to your home and you live in a climate with four seasons, you'll want to go with an all season sunroom or four season sunroom so that you won't miss it once the snow or heavy winds come.  Though this will likely increase your overall cost and you'll have to do some added research to make sure you get the proper permits and that don't break any HOA rules, you'll be happy when it's raining or snowing outside and you're still sitting on your couch sipping coffee and enjoying the view of the great outdoors...Read Full Article

Studio Sunroom Designs

Studio sunrooms are perhaps the most popular choice among homeowners when it comes to a room that is easily matched to your current home design.  They are also popular because they typically are a more affordable option.  Studio sunrooms appear as a natural extension to your existing home and can be used as a family room, home office, art studio, library or anything else you can think of where you'd like more light and the feeling of being outdoors.  They are usually best suited for single story homes but can be adapted to fit other home styles usually at a higher cost.  Studio sunrooms can withstand all seasons when built with high thermal performing and insulated windows and walls or they can be constructed as simply a seasonal room.
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