A sunroom is an excellent way to increase your home’s functionality, value, and space. Sunrooms not only give a variety of recreational opportunities, but they also raise the value of your home without breaking the bank. Sunrooms are inexpensive and one of the most cost-effective home remodeling solutions available. This type of addition provides a plethora of benefits to your property.
Increase the value of your home
A sunroom also adds value to a home by improving its exterior appeal. A sunroom can be built to match the façade of your home, whether it’s in the front, rear, or side. Sunrooms offer additional versatility and allow you to combine the outdoors with inside conveniences, in addition to being more cost-effective to build than a standard addition.
Increase the amount of functional space
Sunrooms may provide much more than a standard home addition, with openness and visibility being two of the most appealing features. If you want to create an insect- and the critter-free environment with plenty of views and fresh air, a screen room is the perfect home addition. With single or double-paned sunroom windows with full screens, a three-season room provides extra protection from the weather, giving you the best of both worlds.
Take in the Fresh Air
With a sunroom or screen room addition, you can enjoy the same breathtaking vistas without the hassle. In our three- and four-season sunrooms, floor-to-ceiling, wall-to-wall glass optimizes your view and links you to the outside. As a result, you may enjoy the rain, sun, or snow without sacrificing your perspective.
Take in the Natural Light
Natural light saves energy by reducing the amount of heat and artificial lighting used. Natural light is also gentler on the eyes and helps to lift your spirits. It can help you avoid seasonal depression and obtain a better night’s sleep. When your skin is exposed to the sun, whether indoors or out, it absorbs vitamin D, which helps to prevent bone loss and lower the risk of heart disease and cancer. Natural light is abundant in sunrooms since they have edge-to-edge glass walls!
In the shade, keep cool.
Do you get fatigued and grumpy when the sun shines brightly on a hot summer day? Without the direct sun and heat, enjoy the outdoors and natural light. Structural I-beams are strong enough to handle snow and wind loads, and they provide a thermal barrier that prevents heat and cold transfer, making your room more pleasant.