Sunroom additions are a great investment in your home, and will be enjoyed every day. If you are interested in increasing the value of your house while enjoying the benefits of a multipurpose, sun-filled room then you should consider building a sunroom addition to your home. Sunrooms  are primarily glass constructed rooms that can be enclosed with screens and used during nice weather, or they can be year round enclosures. Sunrooms come in many different styles and sizes. They create extra living space for your family and also allow you to enjoy the wonders of nature from within the walls of your home. Adding visible light by means of a sunroom not only embraces the warmth of your mood, but also adds a new dimension of space within your home.

Nu-Prime of Memphis has provided our users with many sunrooms resources that cover all aspects of residential sunrooms:

  • Sunroom materials such as Aluminum, Vinyl (PVC), and Wood species such as cedar.
  • Full Glass Sunrooms and Partial Glass Sunrooms
  • Glass options for your sunroom such as Low-E (Low Emissive) Glass, Glazing (Single, Double, and Triple Glazing), and Tinted Glass.
  • Screened Rooms and Screen Porches.
  • Sunroom Photo Gallery filled with images of the many different styles and designs of sunrooms.

Features of Sunrooms:

  Before you make any final decisions on a sunroom addition, there are several important issues to consider. First you need to ask yourself what the main focus of your sunroom will be. Maybe you would like to add a sunroom as a bedroom addition for a nice romantic get away or maybe a small peaceful patio addition. Sunrooms are also great as family room additions or pool enclosures. Whatever the purpose may be, the type of sunroom you select depends on its main function. For example, four season sunrooms give you the ventilation and insulation to keep you comfortable all year round. All seasons sunrooms are often more expensive then screened porches or seasonal rooms, but can be used for a multitude of purposes and enhance your home energy efficiencies.

   Other issues to consider include heating and cooling, vinyl or aluminum, and ways to make your sunroom addition blend in with the rest of your home. Creating a sunroom that will add to the architectural beauty of your home is a key ingredient when its time to resell your home and recoup some of the money that was put into building your sunroom. Surveys have shown that sunrooms, on average, cost about 30,000 dollars. Nearly 60% of that gets added to the resell value of your home. It’s easy to see what a great investment a sunroom can be. That is why you should take your time selecting the sunroom that will enhance your home the most.

   For advice on a sunroom addition and answers to some of your most daunting questions, Nu-Prime of Memphis is the contractor you can trust. The sooner your questions are answered, the sooner you will be letting light into your life with a beautiful new sunroom addition.