Screened sunrooms continue to be one of the most popular choices for home improvements because they are cost effective, versatile and enhance the look and curb appeal of your home. A screened-in porch is less expensive and easier to install than a regular room since they don’t usually require a foundation, insulation, or HVAC systems. Best of all is their exposure to continuous fresh air.
The Benefits of a Screened Sunroom
A three-season screened sunroom has low investment costs and utilizes your existing patio or porch roof. It allows homeowners to enjoy the benefits of feeling like they’re outdoors while being sheltered from the harsh elements like sun, rain and bugs. This type of room also provides visibility without the glare and heat build-up of glass enclosed sunrooms.
When a sunroom fits your home’s design and lifestyle, it can add a touch of luxury to your environment. Besides providing additional space to your home, screened rooms have a completely different look and feel from traditional room additions because of the amount of exposure to the outside. Homeowners who decide to invest in a screened-in sunroom say it’s their favorite room in the house. Sunrooms provide a sense of relaxation, and most people outfit them with comfortable furnishings that encourage stress-free living.
Screened rooms not only provide additional space and added value to your home, but there are personal paybacks as well to installing a screened room. One of the most beneficial features of a screened sunroom is that it allows you to enjoy the physical benefits of natural sunlight. You’ll enjoy serene bliss by bringing the outdoors in while comfortably lounging in this versatile room.
There are other numerous personal perks to having a screened room, such as having a meal outside in a bug-free spot while enjoying the natural beauty that surrounds you. A screened porch allows you and your family to spend quality time together having dinner or playing games in a comfortable setting while listening to the sounds of nature. If you have children, it’s a great and safe place for kids to play on rainy days. From a resale perspective, a screened porch will make your property stand out from the competition and may help to sell your home more quickly to future prospective buyers.
Today’s screens are made of durable aluminum components that never warp, rot or sag like traditional fiberglass. According to thisoldhouse.com, aluminum can last 30 to 40 percent longer than fiberglass and the new black aluminum is almost invisible when you look out from inside. It allows you to breathe in the fresh air flowing through the space.
Jans Awnings can help turn your existing patio or porch into a screened room with a custom built plan that is tailored to your precise specification. A custom built screen room provides maximum visibility while allowing you to breathe in fresh air. Contact our team of experts today and we’ll start you on the path of creating a screened sunroom for your home.