Dreaming About Warm Sunrooms in The Chilly Winter Sun porch, solarium, it what you must, but a sunroom is one of the warmest, most welcoming part of a house. Running adjacent to the rest of the house, a sunroom is not entirely outdoors, neither is it quite indoors; giving you flexibility to decorate it whichever way you like. Let’s take a look at these beautiful rooms and what you can do with them.
What is a Sunroom?
The sunroom is a room that is adjacent to the rest of the house. A door connects it to the rest of the house. Windows line the walls of the room letting sunlight flood in. Sometimes people choose to have glass roofs as well or even have skylights built into the ceiling. Sunrooms give you the feeling of being outdoors, with all the comforts of being indoors.
What is the function of a Sunroom?
You can use a sunroom to whichever way you like. As a guestroom or a playroom. An entertainment room or an indoor office. Your options are endless. Insulate your windows, install a tiny fireplace or get radiant floor heating and you have yourself a cozy little room to enjoy the winter outside while being nice and toasty on the inside. It can also make for a perfect distraction-free reading nook; a place where you can kick back with a nice novel, uninterrupted. If you have kids, you could turn your sunroom into a play area for them. It could be a place for kids to play safely indoors while enjoying the natural rays of the sun. It can also be an extension of the living room. Put together a nice seating arrangement and a flat-screen TV and you’re good to go!
The next step…
Once you’ve decided on what you’d like the sunroom to be, the next step would be to call in a reputable contractor. A good contractor will help you decide on the best possible design that will well with the overall look of your home.
Get started on your sunroom
Get started by contacting 3 or 4 reputable contractors in your state. Companies like Champion Window offer free, no obligation in-home consultation and estimates so you can get a rough idea about what a sunroom is going to cost you without having to worry about committing to anything in haste.
Aside from being a great place to relax with your family, a sunroom adds value to your home. Well-built sunrooms constructed by experienced professionals, can get you a return of more than 70 percent of what you invested in it initially, should you ever decide to sell your home. Now that you know that, why wouldn’t you want to build your very own?!