Homeowners aren’t just looking for home updates in the form of replacement windows from Costa Mesa, CA. Many homeowners are also looking to better their home by adding a sunroom.

Sunrooms are easy home additions the provide a convenient place to enjoy the outdoors, host guests, or simply hang out without being annoyed by pests, wind, heat or other elements. It’s important to keep in mind that sunrooms are different than room additions. Additions are generally made from a solid material like wood or masonry, while sunrooms are usually made from vinyl, aluminum or low-maintenance wood and are covered by a screen or glass. Sunrooms are way less of an expense and time suck than additions, and they can be made in almost any shape or size to suit your style and budget.

Sometimes referred to as garden rooms, patio rooms, sun porches, or even solariums, sunrooms come in a few different shapes, sizes and types and can offer tons of advantages to any home. The main benefit of a sunroom is that it gives you the ability to enjoy the outdoors without having to battle the elements. Since sunrooms are screened in, you get fresh air but not insects or other pests. Sunrooms also have a variety of uses, from being a place to keep a hot tub to creating a separate space for kids to play.

If you’re interested in adding a sunroom to your home, you first need to figure out how you want to use the space. This will determine a lot of factors like size, shape and even material. You can use a sunroom for entertaining, as a home office, exercise room or spa, or even just as an extra living space. Once you know what you will use your sunroom for, you can figure out if you want a three-season sunroom or an all-season sunroom.

Three-season sunrooms are made to be used in the spring, summer and fall as they are made with single glazed glass and screens. They offer light protection from outside weather like wind and cold, but not enough for year-round use. You can find some three-season sunrooms with tinted glass and shading systems to reduce glare and the effects of the sun’s ultraviolet radiation to keep the space cooler in extreme heat.

All-season sunrooms are made with tougher, more durable materials like double paned, insulated glass to make them better equipped for year-round use. They can also be made with a dedicated or zoned heating and cooling system to keep the space even more comfortable in the winter or summer.

If you’re interested in adding a sunroom to your home, Can-Do Windows & Doors is here to help. We offer expert Costa Mesa, CA replacement window and sunroom services that are ready to be put at your disposal. Please stop by and visit us in our showroom located at 1241 E Warner Ave, Santa Ana, CA 92705, or give us a call at (714) 752-3407 to schedule an in-home consultation. Find us on the web or contact us to learn more; discover how our expertise can benefit you.

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