Home Improvement Blog: A Toolbox of Ideas
A couple invited us to their home to construct a sunroom that would enhance their home and their lives. The customers had a deck outside of their home since they built the home. Set on a beautiful parcel, the customers expressed a desire to enclose their 2nd story deck. They wanted an area that they could enjoy the wonderful outdoor view and setting, as well as prevent the elements and the bugs from “bothering” their outdoor lifestyle. Furthermore, the family wanted to have the living space to be used all year round; a perfect place for a larger Christmas tree and for parties for entertaining.
A hardworking, energetic couple came to us for help on finding a solution for their existing sunroom. They had purchased a waterfront vacation home on beautiful Atwood Lake. The property was gorgeous, but the house desperately needed some tender loving care. On the rear of the home overlooking the lake was a run-down “sunroom”. The existing sunroom was just some old patio doors probably from over 30 years ago. The doors were difficult to open and unsightly disrupting their beautiful view.
Sunrooms are a great way to expand the living space of your home. They can serve as a multi functioning space for your family. Here’s a sunroom story about the designing and building of a sunroom that needed to be multi-functional and tailored to the family’s needs.
Adding a sunroom can be very exciting. You may be adding a sunroom to expand your living space, enjoy the outdoors while remaining indoors or simply because you love the look and feel of a sunroom. While thinking of a sunroom is one thing deciding on all the details of a sunroom is another. Yes, details. There are differences and options to consider for the enjoyment of your sunroom for years to come.