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Four Reasons to Add A Sunroom to your Home

 


Are you thinking of adding something new and exciting to your home? Maybe you want a little extra space, or perhaps a nicer view of the outdoors? If so, a sunroom is the perfect home addition for you! If you are not already convinced, however, consider these other major benefits to adding a sunroom:

Increased home value


Most home additions increase the value of a home, and sunrooms are the ideal addition. They are relatively affordable and perfect for scenic backyards. There is usually an extremely high ROI (return on investment) on sunrooms, and you can quickly get a quote on how much real estate value one would add to your home. Investing in a sunroom may initially seem like a big investment, but it is certainly worth the eventual monetary gain.

 

If people are faced with decision to purchase a house with a sunroom or a house without a sunroom, they are highly likely to purchase the former. It is a highly desirable feature in a house and will give you a competitive edge in the housing market.


Versatility/more enjoyable living space

 

The possibilities for sunrooms are truly endless. You can use the sunroom for a variety of things including work, hobbies, and relaxation. Since the sunroom is attached to the home you don’t feel lonely, but you have a sense of privacy because it is somewhat secluded from the rest of your home. Here are some potential ways to transform your sunroom:

 

Home office

Exercise room

Yoga studio

Greenroom

Children playroom

Music room

Family gathering space

 

More Sunlight

 

Sunrooms are a wonderful place to relax and soak in warmth from the sun. They can be incredibly relaxing, as they are peaceful, quiet, bright, and warm. As they eliminate numerous distractions, sunrooms make for a wonderful office or work room.

 

Not only does immense sunlight make for a beautiful view, but it also comes with a plethora of health benefits including the following:

 

Decreased blood pressure

A boost of Vitamin D

A more positive mood

Better sleep

Bring the outdoors inside

 

Simply put, a sunroom is a room that permits abundant sunlight through windows. Whether it is summer or winter, raining or snowing, scorching hot or freezing cold, you can enjoy the thrills of being outdoors while staying in the comfort of your own home. You don’t have to worry about bugs, insects, or allergies in the summer, or early sunsets in the winter. Consider installing ceiling fans for warmer temperatures and fireplaces for the colder days. An extra bonus: you can start an indoor garden! A multitude of plants grow perfectly indoors as long as they are provided an adequate amount of sunlight.


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