Sunrooms

Aronson Awning can transform your existing deck or patio into an elegant sun room or add an entirely new addition.


Sunrooms, sometimes called solariums, conservatories, sun porches, or Florida rooms, are idyllic places in which to spend time in the colder seasons. They offer natural lighting to the occupants plus views of the surrounding grounds outside. The heat built up from the day also makes it a lovely spot to unwind in the evenings.

Sunrooms are the next evolution to screen rooms. The latter can sometimes allow dust and strong breezes to infiltrate into the porch area if they have not been built as four-season structures. What can be more appealing than French doors opening up to a patio surrounded by floor to ceiling windows?

What Designers Say on Sunrooms

Most home improvement designers will say the way to get the most use out of a sunroom is to install blinds along the glass windows for protection against the sun. Also, it helps to install electrical outlets so you can enjoy the addition of a heater in winter. Once the doors of the sunroom are opened up to the main house section, the atmosphere of the house will integrate with it.

This is what makes a sunroom different to a screen room; it is considered part of the main house structure and not a separate component. When any extra living space is added to a property, it raises the resale value of the home as well as offers a beautiful enhancement to its exterior.

The Different Types and Styles of Sunrooms

First, ask yourself what you want out of your sunroom. Once you know the answer to this, the design and style will be much easier to select.

There are two ways a sunroom can be added on to the house. One is to enclose a covered space that already exists. The other is to construct sunroom as an addition to the house. Both choices require planning permits and a professional patio enclosure specialist carry out the process.

Because a sunroom is an extension of the home, they must be constructed so that they flow in with the architecture of your house, or else your addition will look like an afterthought. This theme will continue with the materials and color choices made for it too.

Sunroom Construction

For the proper construction of a sunroom that will be a durable, quality addition to your home, it is necessary to custom design it exactly for your premise’s specifications. There are rigorous standards attached to the building of sunrooms of this high standard such as safety features, energy efficiency, and environmental friendliness.

This engineering project must be undertaken by professional workers who are using only the highest quality materials to ensure the sunroom is structurally sound and up to code. Even though it may not look it, the sunroom must be as impervious to extreme weather elements just like the rest of your home.

The addition of a beautiful sunroom to any home is a treat for the family and provides added value to your property. Contact us today to learn more about adding a sunroom to your home.

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