5 Things You Should Know Before Installing A New Sunroom



Sunrooms are a wonderful addition to any house because they create an inviting and comfortable place to spend time outdoors throughout the year. There are a few things you should know before installing a new sunroom on your property. This post will go through the top five things you should consider before installing a brand new sunroom. 



Area & Location

Choose an appropriate site prior to putting in a new sunroom. It’s important to think about where your sunroom will be located. Accessibility, seclusion, and natural lighting are all factors that may be influenced by where you put your sunroom.

Your sunroom’s ideal placement will depend on factors including your home’s orientation and the surrounding landscaping. Sunrooms with a southern exposure will be brighter than those with a northern one. Sunrooms that face south might get too hot in the summer, so a north-facing one would be preferable in warmer climates.

Think about how close it is to your home’s major gathering spaces and any outdoor structures, such a patio or pool. Think about how much outside area you want to see from your sunroom, and how much seclusion you desire.


Type of Sunrooms

There are a variety of sunrooms currently available on the market, each with its own set of advantages and characteristics. It’s up to you to decide which one would be the best for you. The three most common varieties of sunrooms are:

A three-season sunroom that can be used throughout the year, not only during the warmer months of spring and summer. Because they lack insulation and heating, they can’t be used in the cold.

A four-season sunroom which can be used in all four seasons, as the walls and roof are insulated and it has heating and cooling systems. They cost more than three-season sunrooms but are more practical and comfortable.

Solariums are essentially glass enclosed sunrooms that let in the most natural light and offer the best views of the outdoors. Yet, they are the most difficult to clean and maintain of all sunrooms.

While deciding on a sunroom, it’s important to take into account both the local climate and your intended purpose.



Permits from your city’s building department may be required before you can begin work on a new sunroom. 

Also, you will need to make sure that your sunroom satisfies all electrical and plumbing laws. If you choose a contractor who is knowledgeable with local building laws, they can help you get the appropriate permits and make sure your sunroom is built according to code.


Selecting The Right Contractor

It is crucial to hire the best contractor for your sunroom installation project.. Look for a contractor that has successfully completed previous sunroom installations, as well as one who is licensed, insured, and bonded. You will also want to verify that they have the appropriate knowledge and abilities by checking references and reviewing examples of their prior work. 

You should also hire a contractor who is open and honest about costs and schedules, and who is prepared to collaborate with you to create the ideal sunroom for your requirements. Try to choose an installer who will answer your questions and keep you in the loop as the procedure progresses. 


Cost And Budget

Last but not least, think about your finances before beginning the process of creating a new sunroom. Costs for sunroom additions can cost $80 – $230 per square foot, depending on factors like materials used, complexity, demo and time required to construct. 

The cost of a sunroom can vary widely depending on factors such as the size and location of the structure, as well as optional additions like heating and cooling, lighting, and flooring. Make sure you get a number of estimates from several contractors to better understand the average cost in your area. A reputable contractor will provide you with a free, no obligation quote.


In Conclusion, 

Before installing a brand new sunroom you should know the area where you will be installing the sunroom, the type of sunroom you would like to install as well as whether permits are required in your city. You should also look to hire an experienced and professional contractor who can provide you with a fair price estimate that will fit your budget. 




Titan Sunrooms serves the following counties in Florida. Bay County, Escambia County, Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Walton County and Baldwin County, Alabama. 


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8188 Armstrong Rd, Milton, FL 32583

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