A sunroom (or Florida room as it’s often called) can be a great addition to any home. Not only does it provide extra living space, but it also allows you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors without needing to deal with the elements. In Florida, sunrooms are a particularly popular feature because of the state’s warm climate, which is why you will find sunrooms in many homes across the entire state and throughout the Gulf Coast.
Top Benefits of A Florida Sunroom
Titan constructs sunrooms using a combination of glass and high-wind resistant framing materials, known as Colorbeam. The glass used in sunrooms is specifically designed to block UV rays and keep the space cool, even during the hottest months of the year. Many sunrooms are designed to include custom lighting, fans, and shelving.
One of the major benefits of a Florida sunroom is the added natural light it brings into your home. The glass walls and roof of a sunroom allow sunlight to enter the space, making it a great spot for reading, relaxing, and entertaining friends and family. Not to mention, sunrooms also offer a great view of your backyard, garden or pool, which can be enjoyed year-round, regardless of the weather outside.
Another great benefit of a sunroom is the extra living space it provides. Sunrooms can be used as a family room, a home office, a playroom, den, gym or even an extra bedroom. They are also a great spot for indoor/outdoor entertaining, as they provide a seamless transition between the rooms of the home.
When it comes to designing a sunroom, the possibilities are truly endless. You can choose from a variety of styles, including traditional, contemporary, and even Mediterranean. You can also customize the space to suit your needs, such as adding built-in seating, shelving, a fireplace, TV’s, kitchenette or even a bar. The possibilities are endless.
When you decide to build a Florida sunroom you can essentially customize it to fit your needs today and for years to come. That is why so many Florida residents absolutely love Florida Sunrooms.
Average Cost of A Sunroom
When it comes to the cost of a glass sunroom, cost will vary depending on the size, style, and materials used in construction. On average, a glass sunroom will cost roughly $25,000 to $50,000 to design and construct.
One thing to keep in mind when adding a sunroom is the permitting process. In Florida, all sunrooms must be built to code and meet local building regulations. This means that you will need to obtain the necessary permits and have the work inspected by a building official. If you work with Titan, we handle all of this for you.
When it comes to maintaining a sunroom, it is important to keep the glass clean and in good condition. This will ensure that it continues to block UV rays and keep the space cool. You should also check the seals around the glass to make sure they are tight, as this will help keep out drafts and unwanted pests from entering your home.
A Florida room can be a great addition to any home. It allows homeowners to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors while providing extra living space, natural light, and versatility. Sunrooms add value to your home and can provide a lifetime of enjoyment for you and your family. Always consult with a licensed and professional contractor to ensure your sunroom meets the local building codes in your area.
Titan Sunrooms serves the following counties in Florida. Bay County, Escambia County, Okaloosa County, Santa Rosa County, Walton County and Baldwin County.
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