Enjoying the sunlight, warmth and view are often the major attractions of having a conservatory, also known as a sunroom. Sunrooms are usually built on one side of a house so that the residence can enjoy the sunshine while having their own private relaxing oasis year around. Since sunrooms are so multifunctional they often get used in home remodeling as playrooms, home gyms, studies, dining rooms or even as a greenhouse if the climate is warm enough.
In colder climates, the use of a screened in sunroom may become limited. If you live in a cool area and plan to use your conservatory every day, you can be sure that Bradco Kitchens and Baths Inc. will promise your glassed in sunroom contains enough insulation to protect from winter chills or the heat of summer. If you choose, you may even decide on a insulated sunroom roof. Switching to an insulated conservatory roof means that you lose having a glassed in ceiling for your sunroom, but in trade, you get a room that is easier to heat to use year round for your family.
The reward of having a personally designed insulated conservatory far outweighs the cost of the remodeling. The insulation ensures that you have a cooler room in the summer that is additionally warmer during the winter. This leads to lower heating and cooling bills and makes your home more energy efficient. If asked Bradco Kitchens and Baths will use special prepared insulated glass in your sunroom that reduces sun glare on your furnishings leading to less fading of furniture and flooring. The reduced glare reduces eyestrain, and the roof helps protect your skin from damaging UV rays. Furthermore, insulation reduces rain noise allowing you to relax in your conservatory even in a downpour.
Contacting a licensed and insured design/building firm that has an outstanding record of accomplishment and many happy customer reviews can help you feel satisfied that your remodel will be done within deadline while sticking to your budget. Bradco Kitchens and Baths will be with you every step of the way from designing your dream sunroom to admiring the finished gleaming project. Furthermore, a sunroom additionally increases the overall value of your home by giving you more square footage that is used as living space to your existing home and adding that “this is my dream room” factor for buyers if you ever decide to sell. Contact us at Bradco Kitchens and Baths with any questions about remodeling your home.