Sunrooms & Patio Enclosures
A Sunroom is a space you will use!
Sunrooms are a beautiful addition to your home, adding value to your property, creating extra space and offering a unique way to enjoy the beautiful Florida climate all year long. A Sunroom Installation is significantly more cost effective, easier to install, takes much less time to construct and causes less mess than construction of ordinary room additions. You’ll save money on heating and cooling costs and get to enjoy outdoor living indoors all year long in your spectacular Sunroom.
Sunroom Installation Benefits
A Sunroom is an affordable extra space option. Can serve as a family, entertainment, exercise, game, play room, screened-in porch, a perfect place for hot tub installation and more. Benefits go beyond looks & appearance and will provide a great place to spend time with your family and friends in all seasons. It’s truly the best way to experience the beauty of the outdoors while staying indoors and can enhance the mood of every person living in the home. Adding a Sunroom means you can enjoy all of these benefits in the comfort of your own home!
Today’s Sunroom systems allow better efficiencies in manufacturing and reduce cost of labor for installation. Sunrooms are the perfect choice and great investment.
Important Facts about Sunrooms
4 types of wall structures
Sunroom wall structures can be made of vinyl, aluminum, clad, or wood. Vinyl is a strong yet expensive material that needs additional steel reinforcement. Aluminum can provide good structural support despite it being a poor insulator of heat. Clad has the similar maintenance aspect with vinyl but costs less. Wood is the most natural material to use for wall structures, but it needs to be maintained often. These four types will help you understand their limitations and capabilities when used as wall structures.
A sunroom can be built into any of these 4 types depending on the intended general use of the room: as a seasonal room, a conservatory, a screened room, and as a knee-wall room. Those are the basic types of sunroom structures. A seasonal room is designed to allow open air and natural ventilation. A conservatory or solarium is an enclosed centralized patio that provides a wide and panoramic view with indoor ventilation. Screened room or a patio is design to allow fresh air to ventilate the space while keeping insects out. Knee-wall rooms are sunrooms with smaller space having a short wall before the window sill which will provide a little privacy but allows a view of the outdoors as well.
Built with multiple glass options
Since the window generally makes up a complete sunroom structure, it is important to pick the right type of window materials. A sunroom can be built with single or double paned glazing with low E, argon filled, and tempered type of glass. These different glass options can allow the heat of the sun to warm the space or just the opposite.
Additions to Existing Walls
Building an addition to existing walls is an excellent option for those that desire more living space at a fraction of the cost of a room addition. Whether you’re seeking to add more space to your home or utilize vacant space, Rollshield has programs to help you get this started.
We can custom build a space for you that fits your needs and wants. Whether you would like to use this room all year round, or just part of the year, or even just in the summer time.
Looking For More Information About Sunrooms?
Sunrooms can be an excellent way to add value to your home. You’ll want to make sure you are choosing the right sunroom for your home and your budget. We offer Free Sunrooms Quotes from local, reliable contractors. Please use our Contact form or call us toll free at 1-866-ROLL-659 (765-5659) to receive more information on Sun Rooms and Additions for your home.