A Sunroom, also referred to as a four-season room, can be a very beneficial addition to your home. Not only do sunrooms provide amazing views to the outdoors in any season, they also add valuable conditioned living space to the interior of the home. Sunrooms can serve a multitude of functions. Due to the nature of their design, sunrooms also allow more natural light into the home than a traditional interior room addition.
What we often hear from our customers is that “we use our sunroom more than any other room in the house“. Archadeck of Central SC believes this is because the homeowner(s) have a need that their house doesn’t meet, and a specially designed sunroom addition fulfills that need (whether it is for sewing, reading, or a multitude of functions).
What differentiates sunrooms from other kinds of structures are the many windows, rather than screens, that immediately satisfy the conflicting desires for nature and comfort. It’s a place to enjoy your morning coffee and newspaper with a lovely view of your garden or landscape, a protected area for children and pets to enjoy the sun, the perfect place for a midday luncheon or afternoon book club meeting and a great place to unwind after a long, hard day of work.
A sunroom allows you to enjoy being outside without worrying about heat, cold, rain, harmful UV rays, pollen or insects — especially those dangerous mosquitoes! You can relax while you take in the view of your beautiful surroundings from the comfort of an enclosed room no matter what elements are thrown your way. Archadeck of Central South Carolina can custom design and build a sunroom for you and your family that will protect you from the ravages of weather and Mother Nature while benefitting you in so many other ways.
According to an article published in Reader’s Digest, “A sunroom can provide you with an oasis in your home and help you lower your heating bill. But there’s a lot to consider if you want to create one for yourself.” Having the benefit of an experienced sunroom contractor, such as Archadeck, can ensure that you get a quality sunroom to fit your home, your lifestyle and your budget.
Our sunrooms are designed to be enjoyed year-round. With this in mind, Archadeck of Central SC can help decide optimal placement for your room — the first critical step when planning a sunroom addition.
In northern climes, a southern exposure is best because it will receive the most light each day. Here in the South, however, a southern exposure means additional cooling may be necessary. An eastern exposure will ease cooling needs by providing sun in the morning and shade the rest of the day — whereas a western orientation will give you afternoon sun that might require shading through window treatments. A northern exposure will provide lower levels of light and partial shade most of the day and may eliminate the need for window treatments or additional cooling.
With so much glass, any sunroom can present heating and cooling challenges. By using the newer, more innovative types of glass, insulation and roofing, you can keep your space comfortable without wasting excess energy to help regulate heat and cold, and to alleviate leakage problems. Other considerations include…
- Understand right from the start that sunrooms are designed for year-round use and may increase your heating costs, even with a south-facing orientation.
- You also need to understand that good sunroom design isn’t just about staying warm in winter, either. It’s also about keeping cool during summer months.
- If you’re looking for comfort, remember that it’s technically easier to heat during the winter than it is to cool during the summer.
Archadeck of Central South Carolina realizes the intrinsic value of your home and its outdoor living space. As the premier outdoor living space builder for the central South Carolina area, we deliver uncompromising attention to detail with a high level of quality and craftsmanship for every structure we build.
If you are ready to enjoy the endless benefits of a sunroom, contact Archadeck of Central South Carolina today. We can explore the options of making your home and landscape a prime destination for relaxation, fun and family times. You can reach us at (803) 603-2160 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.