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 Illinois and Missouri areas. To schedule your free consultation, contact us today!
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.
These cusomers have a beautiful home and wanted to add a sunroom for their hottub. JACOB installed a custom sunroom over their concrete patio slab. Now they can sit and relax in their hottub without freezing in the winter.
JACOB added a beautiful all season sunroom for extra living space.
A JACOB sunroom was the perfect compliment to this backyard! This Belleville resident wanted all-season enjoyment of the poolside area, so our team of experts delivered. This beautiful sunroom installation features a gorgeous concrete floor; durable and attractive!
JACOB designed a custom all season sunroom to match seamlessly with her home.
Customers had a deck they never used and wanted to add a screenroom to sit and enjoy the outside without all the bugs! After we ensured the deck footings were in good shape we added a custom screenroom. Now these homeowners can relax with a cold beverage and watch the Cardinals on their flat screen tv or enterain their grandkids in their new JACOB screenroom.
Our client in Webster Grove loved their deck space but wanted to enjoy it year-round; JACOB to the rescue! We outlined a custom plan for an all season sunroom designed to meet their needs.
Love the transformation of this backyard!
These customers have a beautiful home and wanted a space for their four legged animals. The entire space was a major transformation. JACOB replaced a old deck with a new maintenance free deck, addded an all season custom sunroom with a heating a cooling unit, added a retaining wall with railing and outdoor living space under the sunroom. The space is beautiful and usable. JACOB also won a HBA award for this project.
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:
Joyce Manufacturing Company has been designing and manufacturing sunrooms, porch enclosures, deck enclosures, patio enclosures, and glass rooms since 1955. Their sunrooms are manufactured in a 120,000 sq. ft. state of the art facility that contains the latest in design, engineering and manufacturing equipment, enabling them to develop wall, window and roof systems that can stand up to the toughest standards of all…yours.
Oasis Sunrooms by Joyce™ are custom designed for each home. There are a variety of features, options, and benefits available to fit every home and budget. Oasis Sunrooms are made with high-quality vinyl that is warrantied against cracks, rot, corroding, peeling, and blisters.
Imagine the possibilities®with your Oasis® Sunroom. A place to relax, enjoy, create, play, or just enjoy the outdoors... indoors.
Let us know what you're looking for in a sunroom and our experts will gladly help you choose the sunroom design of your dreams!
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.
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.