Sunroom Addition Installation in Greater St. Louis
Design & Build A Sunroom For Added Space, Beauty & Value
Sunroom additions are more popular today than ever before! According to the Insider's Guide to Sunrooms, over 500,000 sunrooms are added to homes in the United States alone!
If you're looking to design a beautiful new space for your home, there's nothing quite like the experience of a sunroom addition.
Unlike building an addition on to your home, sunroom installation quickly provides a cost-effective extra space in your home -- one that's possible to enjoy year-round.
At JACOB, we're proud to provide free sunroom installation quotes to homeowners in the [states] areas. To schedule your free consultation, contact us today!
Today's Sunroom Designs
Sunrooms (a.k.a. solariums, morning rooms, conservatories, and enclosed porches) have come a long way, and today they're better than ever. Modern sunrooms have become much more sturdy, energy efficient, and attractive than the old-fashioned designs.
A Sunroom For Every Season
Before you design your sunroom, it's a good idea to decide what you'll be using your sunroom for, and what will be the best value for your investment. When adding on to your home, consider these three options:
- An open porch is great in the late spring and early fall, but it can be sweltering in the summer heat and the winter cold will keep you away for months out of every year. And even the nicest porches offer no protection from flies, mosquitoes, or other insects!
- A three-season sunroom includes insulated glass but lacks a heating or cooling system. The insulated design allows for comfort deeper into the hot and cold seasons, but more extreme temperatures will still make the area uncomfortable.
- Four-season sunrooms are insulated and include their own separate heating and cooling systems. They're typically designed with energy-efficient framing that includes thermal breaks in its design. Thermally insulated glass adds energy efficiency and prevents condensation. When you resell your home, you can count a four-season sunroom as additional living space.
Types Of Sunroom Additions
This energy efficient sunroom features a front-peaked wall that welcomes light and maximizes your view of the great outdoors. Install a glass-paned roof, and your view and design options are better than ever.
The year-round comfort that it provides cannot be matched by any other sunroom, making the cathedral sunroom design one of our most popular choices.
Cathedral Sunroom Advantages
- Beauty In Design: The peaked roof of a sunroom will complement most residential architectural styles, while creating a spacious feeling on the inside.
- Lighting Options: The sloped roof design allows daylight to pour in, while still allowing for the installation of track lighting and other options for nighttime illumination.
- Keeps Away Snow: The sloped roof of a cathedral sunroom helps to prevent buildup of snow and ice.
Straight/Curved Eave Sunrooms
Straight eave glass sunrooms use either a glass or opaque material to create a straight-angled roof.
They're an attractive, modern-looking addition that's extremely energy efficient. They also have the added benefit of blending in very well with your home's architecture. These sunrooms come in traditional and contemporary designs, offering many choices for the windows, doors and color options.
Straight/Curved Eave Sunroom Advantages
- Blends In With Your Home: Straight- and curved-eave sunrooms look like a natural part of the home, fitting right in with the rest of your architectural design.
- Fits Your Budget: Whether it's a cozy addition or a spacious extra room, the roof can be slanted to make any shape or size look fantastic.
- Beautiful Skylight Designs: If you've opted for an opaque roof design, this is a fantastic sunroom for you. Add a few skylights to the room for extra sunlight just where you need it.
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