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5 Things Every Texas Homeowner Should Know About Sunroom Additions

An increasing number of Texas homeowners are choosing to improve their homes by installing a sunroom, solarium, or conservatory. Although every family has their own reasons for adding a sun room to their home, those who do find that it ends up being the most utilized and most valued space in the home. If you have been reviewing sunroom prices or talking to a sunroom builder, here are five things you should keep in mind:

1. How will you use it? Sunrooms and conservatories are more popular than ever, in part because they're so versatile. When you're looking at sunroom designs, think about how your family will use the space. Will it be a home office, a plant room, a guest room, or a place to relax and hang out? Knowing how the space will be utilized will help you decide on a design.

2. Professional or do-it-yourself? Will you have a professional install your sunroom, or are you looking for a sunroom kit? With a bit of time, patience, and knowledge, a DIY sunroom is imminently possible. By the same token, hiring professional installers is still an affordable option - but make sure to get sunroom estimates before you sign on the dotted line.

3. Choose your design. There are many different sunroom plans from which you can choose. For example, in addition to traditional sunrooms, there are studio sunrooms, gabled sunrooms, and split-level sunrooms. The designer you choose should be able to guide you toward a design that will work well with your home's architecture and that will be a good fit with the room's intended use.

4. Embrace energy efficiency. If you're going to invest in a sunroom, make sure that the quality is high enough to be used year-round. For example, a Texas sunroom won't do you any good if you're sweltering in the summer and freezing in the winter. A great design, high quality materials, and energy efficiency means that you should be able to get a 100 percent return on your investment within three to five years.

5. Opt for low maintenance materials. Forget the flimsy sunrooms of the past and instead choose construction materials that will last for 20 years or more. You should be able to find a variety of sunroom designs that may use aluminum, vinyl, vinyl-wood composites, and mahogany. In other words, there are sunroom plans and materials for every budget.

Overall, keep in mind that you'll get a better return on your investment if your Texas sunroom is very efficient and is designed to add real, usable square footage to your home. Whether you're going to stay in your home for the foreseeable future, or plan on selling your home in a few years, you can be sure that a sunroom or conservatory will provide you with wonderful living space while also adding to the resale value of your home.

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