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Studio Sunrooms

Studio sunrooms are the most popular style of sunroom for a couple of reasons. First, it is the least expensive option of all the sunrooms styles available. Second, it can easily be integrated into the home’s existing design. While they can be better integrated into single-story homes, studio sunrooms can be built to fit multiple-story homes too. Lastly, studio sunrooms are very versatile and can be used in a variety of ways including as family rooms, libraries, outdoor kitchens, and home offices where you would want a lot of light or a better view of the outdoors.

The key to getting the most from your studio sunroom is to determine if you will be using it year round or only during certain seasons. All-season sunrooms require insulation that will help regulate the temperature inside the room. This can increase the cost of the structure. If cost is an issue, you can purchase a basic seasonal sunroom and upgrade it to a four-season structure when you have the money. In fact, some manufacturers make sunrooms that are easily upgradable for this specific reason.
While all-season sunrooms are a little more expensive, there are a couple of reasons you should consider investing in one. You get more use out of it, and you can add the footage of a four-season sunroom to your home which will increase the market value of your property.

Studio Sunroom Roof Types

While the roofs of studio sunrooms can be built in a variety of styles, the contractor will try to match your sunroom’s roof to your home’s roof design. However, the most common sunroom roof styles are the straight eave and flat. For all-season sunrooms, the contractor may use a Structurally Insulated Panel system that is sloped on one side and attaches directly to the home or the fascia. This system provides adequate insulation without requiring attic space for insulation materials.
If you prefer, you can get an all-glass roof that lets in the maximum amount of natural light, an option that is perfect for painters and readers. Beware, though, that more glass requires increased amounts of insulation if you want to use the room during any season. Without this insulation, there is no temperature regulation and the sunroom will match the outside temperature whatever it may be. It is important to consider your local climate when determining which sunroom roof style is best for you.

Manufacturers of Studio Sunrooms

There are a number of companies that manufacture studio sunrooms including Admiral Sunrooms, Four Season Sunrooms, C-Thru Industries, Joyce Manufacturing, Solar Innovations, and Patio Enclosures. These companies offer a variety of roof styles like straight eve, curved eave, hip end, and double pitched in materials such as aluminum and wood. The brands offered by these companies include Oasis Leisure Rooms, Allview, and Conservaglass.

Before handing over your hard-earned money to a sunroom manufacturer, be certain to thoroughly research them to ensure you are working with a reputable company. It is also a good idea to shop around to make sure you are getting the best deal.

 
 
 
 
 
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