Why Add a Sunroom to Your Home

Have you ever felt the need for just a little more space, a little more leg-room, or maybe just a small expansion to your home with a new addition?  New additions not only add more space to your home, but can also let the light flow in to your home freely and increase the value of your home.  If you have thought about how you could use additional space, maybe you should consider adding a sunroom to your home.

A sunroom is a living room constructed outside your home on a separate foundation of wood or concrete. Also known as a patio room, patio enclosure or solarium, a sunroom’s glass walls and screen enclosures let in sunlight and fresh air while protecting you from the elements, such as wind, rain and the outdoor chill, as well as other things normally associated with the outdoors, such as bugs.

Compared to renovating your home to add additional living space, sunrooms add usable space to your home, with just a touch of the outdoors, while avoiding the hassle and cost of conventional construction. When it comes to the type of sunroom typically constructed in Monroe doors  are not shared between the sunroom and the rest of your home; because of this, this type of sunroom, called a “three season sunroom,” is ideal for holding parties, as there is less chance of disturbing the other residents in the “main” house. Similarly, three season sunrooms also make for a great personal retreat or home office; the lack of easy interaction between the main house and the sunroom is conducive to both solitude and getting work done.

Should it be desirable for main home and sunroom to share doors  Woodbridge contractors can also construct a four-season sunroom. Though more in line with a typical house renovation, four-season sunrooms nevertheless share many of the features that make sunrooms so much more than just another room added to your home.

If you’ve found the information in this article helpful and are considering having work done on your home, please feel free to contact us at (732) 333-6223 or check out our website at www.ValiantHome.com. Contact us today for a free estimate. Our gallery of completed sunroom projects can be viewed here.