What better way to enjoy sunny spring weather than in a sunroom? Similar to a screened porch, a sunroom offers a part of the home where you can be surrounded by nature. Windows on all three sides of a sunroom offer relaxing views of the landscape right outside your home. Plus, a sunroom can be enjoyed for more months out of the year when it is equipped with heating and cooling. If you are considering adding a sunroom to your home, here are a few things to keep in mind.
If you’re having a sunroom built, you’ll of course want it to get a lot of sun! A sunroom on the western side of your home will likely get the most sunlight. You’ll also want to think about what room your sunroom will be connected to. A sunroom that has an entrance in the living room will be much better at directing traffic flow than a sunroom that has an entrance near the kitchen.
Will you choose rustic or contemporary? Closed ceiling or skylights? A doorway entrance or an open entrance? There are so many different styles of sunrooms to choose from, so it helps to consider what style you’d like to accomplish with your new sunroom. Our designers are happy to work with you to create a unique style that fits in with your existing home style and suites your personal tastes. In the meantime, take a look at some of these unique and gorgeous sunrooms on houzz.
Every sunroom is unique. This goes for style as well as features. There are many different features you can choose to equip your sunroom. To make your sunroom a four season room, you can choose heated tiles for comfortable radiant heating in the winter, along with connecting your sunroom to your home’s central heating and air. You can also choose large windows with screens that will make your sunroom similar to a screened porch in nice weather. Whatever you want out of your sunroom, Cossentino has the experience and expertise to help you create the perfect sunroom.