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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT SUNROOM FOR YOUR HOUSE

Updated: Jan 23


Everything  You Need To Know  About  a Sunroom In a  House

Have you considered adding a sunroom to your house? They are a great addition to any house during all seasons because they help you in dealing with extreme temperatures. To meet your architectural design expectations, we recommend contacting our home addition contractors. Here is everything you need to know about adding a sunroom to your house.


WHAT IS A SUNROOM?


An indoor sunroom, also known as a solarium or conservatory, is a room with numerous windows and plenty of natural light. These places connect your house to the open air and protect you from pests and insects, allowing you to enjoy the best outdoor and indoor living experience. They are specifically designed to live in mild winter conditions with plenty of sunlight.


TYPES OF SUNROOMS?


  • Three-season sunroom

Imagine having glass windows and screens in a room. The three-season sunroom is one of the most popular among all sunrooms. It is intended to be used for three of the four seasons, typically from spring to fall, as the name implies. The windows are built with less energy-efficient glasses and have minimal to no insulation.


  • Four-season sunroom


A four-season or all-season sunroom is similar to a three-season sunroom in most ways. The only distinction is that these types of sunrooms can be used throughout the year. They are built with high-performance glass and have the same insulation requirements as a standard room addition.


  • Screen room


Screen room differs slightly from season sunrooms. These sunrooms can have mesh-screen windows or walls. This provides more fresh air and is less prone to insect infestation. Since they require little maintenance, this is one of the most affordable sunrooms.


BENEFITS OF A SUNROOM


  1. Increases home value

  2. Affordable and efficient

  3. Potentially reduces your electricity bill

  4. Suitable for all weather conditions

  5. Bask in the natural sunlight


DRAWBACKS OF SUNROOM


  1. Extra utility expenses

  2. Increased property taxes

  3. Limited privacy

  4. Insurance rate adjustments

  5. Indoor temperature control can be challenging.


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