Sometimes it can seem like home design trends change so fast that anything you do to improve your home will be outdated by the time it’s finished. While we certainly wouldn’t advocate chasing every new design fad, there are a handful of ideas that we will proudly stand behind. One of these popular and genuinely useful ideas is adding a sunroom to your home. In this article, we’ll go over three real benefits of sunrooms, so you can decide if adding one is the right choice for your home.
- More Living Space- One of the main reasons to have any addition installed is to expand your living space. As your family grows or your needs change, it’s easy for your existing residence to become cramped. Sunrooms are a great way to add some much-needed breathing room to your property—they’ll give you more raw square footage to use, and the windows will create a light, airy atmosphere that will make your space feel even bigger.
- Bring the Outdoors Indoors- Another benefit of adding a sunroom to your home is that it will allow you to enjoy the pleasures of the outdoors with all the comforts of staying inside. As we know from experience, spending time in nature can be fun and relaxing, a way to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air—but it can also be a hot, sticky, itchy ordeal that leads to sunburn and mosquito bites. Sunrooms offer the perfect compromise between these extremes, letting you enjoy the natural light and breezes while keeping you cool and mosquito-free.
- Expanded View- Many homeowners cite their home’s having a great yard as a major factor in why they purchased it, but a great deal of them don’t get to enjoy it as much as they envisioned after moving in, likely due to the discomforts mentioned above. Even if you’re one of the people who do regularly spend time in the yard, you probably don’t get to see much of it from inside the house. Sunrooms offer the perfect way to get a full view of your beautiful yard even when you can’t make it outside for the day.
If you are interested in reaping the benefits of sunrooms for your home, give us a call at All Glass to find out how to get started.