Is a Sunroom Right for You?

Is a Sunroom Right for You?

Are you considering a sunroom for your home? Here’s what to think about.

Sunlight gives health to the body, boosting one’s mood and immunity. As people wish to make their homes as comfortable as possible, it is only fitting to install a sunroom. There are different types of sunrooms from which to choose, and adding one to your house gives you an extra room with endless possibilities. If you are wondering if a sunroom is right for your house, consider the following.

Types of Sunrooms

If you like the idea of having an indoor space with the benefits of the outdoors, a sunroom is right for you. However, “sunroom” is one name covering a variety of such installations.

  • Screened-in porch: This version has plenty of windows like other sunrooms, but has screening rather than glass. Fresh air can still come in, but the bugs can’t.
  • Three-season rooms: Perfect for enjoying the outdoors with indoor conveniences, three-season rooms allow families to enjoy lots of bright sunlight throughout the spring, summer, and fall. This version has plenty of glass windows and maybe a couple of skylights.
  • Four-season rooms: These are similar to their three-season counterparts, but have greater insulation to support wintertime enjoyment. Some sunrooms have double-sided fireplaces connecting to the addition and an interior living space.
  • Solariums: Made completely out of metal framing and glass panes, solariums are insulated enough to retain heating and cooling better.

Benefits of Sunrooms

As mentioned above, sunrooms are beneficial for the ample sunlight they provide. Sunlight naturally makes people happier; spending time in the sun can also increase one’s vitamin D level, strengthening immunity and bone health. A sunroom also allows one to enjoy nature while still keeping out the bugs and rain. It can be a very pleasant and relaxing place somewhat separate from the rest of the house. Like any other room, it is versatile to accommodate many different purposes as well.

Uses for Sunrooms

Sunrooms make excellent sitting areas for family and friends to gather. One can also create an entertainment space with a large dining table. Other uses include a playroom for the kids, a workout space, a home office, and a greenhouse or hobby room. 

Size & Cost

If you believe a sunroom would complete your home, it’s time to consider what size to get and the cost. These outdoor features have customizable dimensions; an expert can help you determine the best sizing for your property. Meanwhile, the cost in 2020 can range from $8,000 to $54,000. Let United Fence & Deck on the Eastern Shore help you determine the best design for you!

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