Sunroom Additions: Design Ideas and Tips

July 27, 2016

 

Sunrooms are a great way to add natural light to your home. However if you are thinking about a sunroom, there some things you may want to consider before you get started. Firstly, there are many varieties of sunrooms and patio enclosures to choose from, so make sure that you select the right option for you and your family. Also, everything from insulation and flooring to windows and size must be thoroughly thought through. To help you decide on the right sunroom for you home, we’ve pulled together a list of some of the most popular sunroom design ideas.

 

 

Let in the Light

The most popular types of sunrooms are all season and three season sunrooms. While both versions provide ample sunlight, they are different in that an all season room is built to be used all year round, while the three season only allows for use in three out of the four seasons. The main differences can be found in the glass, insulation, and AC or heating units that are built into the space.

 

Window Styling Options

Sunrooms are mostly comprised of windows. Therefore, the kind of glass you choose has a lot to do with the room’s functionality. For example, season sunrooms should be constructed with energy efficient windows that can create an optimal environment in both the hot summers and cold winters.

 

Before Building your Sunroom Addition

Building a sunroom addition can be exciting, but it also requires careful planning and consideration on the part of the homeowner. First consider the land that you have available at your home and determine if adding living space is more important to you and your family than the land that you’ll lose.

 

Secondly, it’s crucial to hire the right experts that can do the job effectively and on budget. At CTG Improvements we can design, construct and install quality sunrooms to fit your vision and needs.

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