Have you ever wanted to increase your living space, plus enjoy the outdoors, while indoors? A sunroom is the perfect solution. A sunroom is unique in that it has the feel of an outdoor space, while acting as an expansion of your overall living space. It is a great option for homeowners who want to enjoy the beauty of nature, 365 days a year. Here are the top five reasons to consider adding a sunroom to your home:
1. Added Space
A sunroom can expand your living space without the hassle and expense of moving to a new
home. Whether you’re in need of an additional seating area, a welcoming breakfast nook, or a
place to work out, a sunroom can add the additional square footage you need.
2. Increased Natural Light
Numerous studies have proven the health benefits of natural light and sunshine. Not to
mention, it’s one of the most sought-after qualities in a home. A sunroom provides bountiful
amounts of natural light to enjoy all year round in the comfort of your own home.
3. Year-Round Use
At Exterior Source, we specialize in installing four-season sunrooms that can be enjoyed in
summer, winter, spring, and fall. When it’s too hot or cold to be out in the yard, a sunroom
allows you to enjoy the beauty of nature all year-round. Plus, we can add heating and cooling for
true year-round enjoyment.
Sunrooms are very versatile and can be used for many different purposes, including but not
- Indoor greenhouse
- Tea room
- Breakfast nook
- Workout room
- Home office
- Entertaining space
5. Added Value
By adding natural light, more square footage, and beauty to your home with a sunroom, you are
also increasing the value of your home. For all the reasons listed above, sunrooms are an
attractive feature to potential home buyers and can improve your resale value.
A sunroom is a cost-effective way to add more enjoyment to your home. Be sure to get in touch with a reputable contractor if you’re considering building a sunroom onto your home. At Exterior Source, we recommend vinyl sunrooms since they are incredibly durable, low-maintenance, and the most resistant to extreme temperatures. We are currently installing sunrooms in the Tidewater area.