The design of your home and the climate you live in will determine a lot about how your sunroom will be designed. Many homeowners want the height and airiness of an A-Frame roof, but these are more costly and sometimes require the addition of a “dormer” to your existing house roof in order to obtain sufficient height for the vaulted ceiling. A studio sunroom, or sloped roof, is the simplest design and can be raised with the addition of transom windows under the roof line. Sunrooms can also be installed under existing porch roofs.
Randy Fried |
9/28/2009 12:00:00 AM |
Upgraded sunroom glass – is it a good idea?
Putting Low E glass into your sunroom is a sizable investment regardless of which brand you choose. Low E glass will reduce the amount of energy needed to heat and cool the room. That not only will result in lower utility costs, but will also mean less stress on your heating or cooling unit.
If you plan to use your sunroom during the outdoor season without heating or cooling, Low E glass will keep it more comfortable on hot days. Betterliving sunrooms have Low E tempered glass in all of its sunrooms windows and doors.
Professional installed manufactured sunrooms may seem high priced, but they have been designed and tested to avoid all of the problems do-it-yourselfers have trouble with.
For everyone who entered our Win A Backyard Makeover contest last year – I wanted to share the article that was published in Nashville recently.
Randy Fried |
9/2/2009 12:00:00 AM |