A sunroom or patio enclosure can add comfort and beauty to your existing home. But have you thought about how these additions can add energy efficiency? See how you can use a new sunroom to lower your monthly energy costs.
With the real estate market still facing pricing and mortgage struggles, you may be searching for a way to protect your investment, add value to your home, and increase your own enjoyment and usage of your property--during every season of the year.
With the real estate market still in a slump, you may be looking to update your home without using a lot of the equity. "Add-on" renovations like sunrooms, patio enclosures, patios, and decks have become more popular because of their affordability and their features.
Building a custom sunroom or patio enclosure is an exciting project that leaves you with a brand new space to enjoy all year round. Some careful planning can help make your sunroom a success: here are the top 5 things you should consider before you build.
Sunroom Alternatives Add Style and Value to Your Home
Looking for an alternative to building a costly a sunroom or conservatory? If you're a budget-conscious homeowner, consider installing retractable awnings, screened-in porches, or open-lattice patios and decks.
Add a Sunroom to Your Home without Spending a Fortune
Sunrooms go by many different names: solariums, enclosed porches, and patio enclosures, to name a few. While the names are often interchangeable, sunrooms are not all the same. Consider some of these inexpensive ways to add a sunroom to your home.