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How a Sunroom Can Add Astounding Beauty, Space and a Superb Return on Investment for Your Home


When considering renovations to your home, you want to keep two key components in mind: usefulness and return-on-investment. Allow a new sunroom to add warmth and value to your home! In high demand, a sunroom can easily add a 50% return on investment, even if you are planning to sell soon.

Let In The Light

Most sunrooms are built with floor to ceiling windows, allowing you to soak up the sun year round. This inviting addition is especially enjoyed to "bring the outdoors in", making them particularly popular when you have lovely landscaping! In colder climates, you can add heating for year-round use or simply use it seasonally. Having a designated room to escape to without leaving your home is an added bonus. You can have a touch of vacation every day.

Add Value

In addition to emotional value, sunrooms also offer monetary value. They are relatively inexpensive room additions as they are normally constructed with vinyl or aluminum. In comparison to adding traditional room additions, they are much more cost-effective, offer more versatility, and are easier to maintain. Since you are adding a great deal of natural light, you may also see a reduction in your electrical use. Even with adding windows and wiring, a sunroom still has a lower per-foot cost than other room additions.

More Space

If you have a small space that can be converted into a sunroom with the simple addition of more windows, you can create a much larger appearance of the space - turning it from unused to used easily! A sunroom is also very versatile. You can use it for any number or purposes: dinner parties, reading room, solarium, playroom. You are only limited by your imagination.

Looking for ways to incorporate a sunroom design into your home? See eye-catching designs on Facebook at @Sunroom, on Pinterest @FourSeasonsHP or on Instagram @SunroomsWindows.

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