Sunroom / July 19, 2018 / Odo Vaillancour
Sunrooms are as popular as ever which makes for a multitude of sunroom ideas. Not to be confused with a four season room sunroom designs rely on the sun for warmth and they lack air conditioning as a general rule. Like any room addition sunrooms can be as simple or elegant as finances allow. Our sunroom ideas may offer options you had not previously considered. Sunroom Designs Sunrooms can be custom-built or purchased as prefabricated sunrooms. Either way you will want to choose a sunroom design that blends in with the architecture of your home. Options range from traditional designs that use a shed-type roof (usually the least expensive) cathedrals that have a gable-style roof split-roof designs for a more contemporary look and a dramatic roof line to curved designs with curved glass roofs. Windows for Sunrooms Since sunrooms are all about the glass choose windows for a sunroom that have a high R-value are tempered for safety have draft-proof seals and have the American Architectural Manufacturers Association approval.
In order to get a quote for the sunroom kit you want to order you will have to provide them with the measurements that you have selected for the design. This doesnt just include the dimensions of the sunroom itself; it also includes knowing how many windows you will have and where they will be placed. You will then also have to choose the materials that you want the sunroom to be built from and the types of windows that you want. Will they all be stationary or will they be movable? What kind of glaze will they have on them? If this seems like its an overwhelming number of decisions to be made dont worry; you can get a great deal of help from the sunroom manufacturers themselves. Many of them have online design pages that will walk you through all of the choices you will need to make for your custom sunroom kit.
Every aspect of your sunroom is important to you and your contractor. They will be more than happy to assist you in any means necessary. Explore a variety of manufacturers so you can compare quotes it is usually common to check with two or three different contractors to get a general idea what price range you are looking at when you go to purchase your sunroom kit. Another good source of information is located on the web; you can search different manufacturers and check to see if there is a showroom close to where you live so you can begin planning your new sunroom. Once everything is completed and you have placed your order with all your customizations your new sunroom kit will be mailed to your home ready to be built with full instructions and all your customization done prior to shipping.