If you enjoy the outdoors or simply want to get the most out of your property, you may want to consider a sunroom or an enclosed porch. If you want to make better use of your outdoor porch, deck, or patio, you may want to give it an upgrade, but how do you know which option would be best? We’ve compiled a list of the differences between a sunroom and enclosed porch so you can see which would be best for your home!
These two options can be very different, and it is important to consider which aspects are most important to you. Some things to consider are what the room will be used for, how often you would want to use it, and how much you’re wanting to spend.
An enclosed porch is a great option for those who enjoy spending time outside during the sunny season, but want some protection from insects without sacrificing a nice breeze. Enclosed porches are usually created by installing screening around the perimeter of an existing porch, allowing air to pass through the room. One of the other benefits of an enclosed porch is being able to enjoy the luxuries of being indoors and covered from the elements without drastically changing your energy bill in the process.
There are some drawbacks to having an enclosed porch, however. Enclosed, screened-in porches are usually only comfortable during good weather months, when it’s not too hot or too cold.
If you’re looking to upgrade your patio and enjoy the summer breeze, contact us today! We offer fully customizable designs and layouts in many different styles to complement your home.
A sunroom is the perfect cost-effective solution perfect for those who like to enjoy views of the outdoors all year-round. Sunrooms, unlike enclosed porches, are constructed using glass rather than mesh screens. With a sunroom, you’re able to enjoy your sunroom addition all year round, no matter what the weather may bring. Not only do sunrooms provide protection against the outside elements and insects, but you’re also able to adjust the temperature of your sunroom with a ceiling fan or a portable heater. A sunroom is a more expensive option, but the benefits pay off; you’ll be able to enjoy your new upgrade all year round and expand your living space. Our sunrooms will not only beautify your home, but also add value for years to come.
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