Sunrooms are a popular choice of Michigan residents.
People of all ages enjoy sunrooms and many say it’s their favorite room in the house!
Sunrooms and Three Season Rooms allow sunlight in while protecting you from the weather. These rooms are a more affordable way to add living space to your home without the construction and cost that an entirely new room would call for.
People used to think of sunrooms as an enclosed deck space, but today sunrooms are built with the same materials as the rest of the house and can blend in seamlessly with your home’s design.
Four season room are another option. These insulated sunrooms enclosed with glass can be heated and cooled just like the rest of the house so you can enjoy the space in all seasons.
Consider these things when planning a sunroom:
- 3-season or 4-season
- Door and window configuration
- Flooring type
- Function / How you plan to use the sunroom
- Glass type
- Roof style
- Screen Type – Fiberglass or Black aluminum (minimizes glare)
VINYL VS ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION
Extends the outdoor living season
Interlocking frames add structural strength
Insulated windows (optional)
Thick door and windows
No visible fasteners
WHY ARE SUNROOMS SO POPULAR?
Sunrooms have many advantages:
- Add some extra space to your home
- Enjoy the outdoors from the inside
- Enjoy the room for three seasons rather than just one
- Add home value
Enjoy the beauty of nature with the amenities of an indoor space. It’s a great place to have dinner or read a book. Consider using your current deck or patio as the foundation for the new sunroom.
Contact Arnold & Sautter Co.
We want to offer you the services necessary to give you a home that’s more comfortable and enjoyable. To learn more about the services we offer, we encourage you to contact us today. We’d be happy to answer your questions and provide you with a free project estimate.