You’re ready to invest in a sunroom, but you’re not sure about some of the terms you’ve come across in your research. Both 3-season rooms and sunrooms are great options, but which one is right for you depends on how you’d like to use the space.
Here is a quick explanation of each type of addition.
As the name indicates, a 3-season room can be used for most of the year, depending on your climate, but it’s not appropriate for use during the coldest or extremely hot days. Even with that limitation, it’s a great choice if you want a more affordable option that you can use through most of the spring, summer, and fall.
- More Affordable than a 4-Season Room
- Can be Installed Quickly
- Block Most Harmful UV Rays
- Covered by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
One option for this type of sunroom is a 4-track room, which is built on an existing porch, making it one of the most affordable options.
If you want a sunroom that functions as a true home addition, a 4-season room is the way to go. You can use this room all year long as it’s climate-controlled like the rest of the house. All-season sunrooms have many possible uses, and we’ve created sunrooms to be used as:
- Home Offices
- Extra Bedrooms
- Dining Spaces
- Craft Room
- Entertainment Space
- Home Gym
- And More!
Whatever your needs, an experienced sunroom installation company will be able to help you design a custom sunroom and choose every detail to create a space that provides the style and functionality you want.
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