Controlling how much of the outdoors you let in is a key part of how sunrooms differ. If you want a space you use primarily during the summer, a screened enclosure might be a perfect fit, if you’d like a room where you can indulge your green thumb even in the winter or a room you can use all year, then an insulated all-season space could be just what you’re looking for, and a full- or partial-glass sunroom falls somewhere in between.
Sunrooms offer great health benefits, providing sun exposure during the winter months, offering a way to help combat seasonal affective disorder, and even helping to adjust and improve sleep patterns. They are also the perfect multipurpose room! Whether you’re looking for a home office, a den, a playroom, a greenhouse, or a larger dining area for special occasions – whatever it is you need from extra space in your home, a sunroom can be the solution. And, unlike traditional construction which can be disruptive for extended periods of time, most sunroom styles and designs can be added easily, quickly, and with very little mess and inconvenience. Perhaps best of all, sunrooms can add value to your home, offering an estimated 90% or more return on the investment through increase in value.