A sunroom functions as an interior room, adding to your heated/cooled square footage, but allows you to take in the full view of the outdoors year-round through nearly wall-to-wall windows.
You can enjoy a cup of cocoa from a warm and cozy nook inside your sunroom in the winter without the chill of a screened- in room, or enjoy the colorful beauty of a summer day without pollen blowing in through a screen onto the furniture or causing you to suffer from seasonal allergies.
Sunrooms do require the same construction fundamentals that an interior addition requires, such as HVAC systems , meaning they have to be insulated, heated and cooled. Choosing a sunroom, however, offers more interior finishing choices than other outdoor living structures: ceramic tile, hardwoods, wooden detailing and moldings, and more.
Since sheetrock is used in the construction of sunrooms, paint, faux finishes, wainscoting, and even wallpaper may be used to show off your personal style.
A sunroom will often have dual entry from the interior of your home as well as the exterior via a patio or porch for the ultimate in convenience for indoor/outdoor entertaining. HVAC vents can be closed and windows can be opened in nice weather.
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