From John Mackey on June 24, 2009 in Sunrooms
Spring is going on summer, and there’s no better time to make a summer outdoors considerably more comfortable with a new sunroom. This will be a big summer for home upgrades, with inhibitive home selling markets and low remodeling prices. And sunrooms are a great way to go. They are a relatively inexpensive home addition that will vastly increase your home’s comfort level. It is also an improvement for which the benefits can be felt immediately.
There are a surprisingly wide range of sunroom designs from which to choose. That includes wood, vinyl, or aluminum structures, as well as three- or four-season sunrooms. And these are just some basic starting points. CalFinder certifies a number of sunroom contractors, all more than qualified to help you design and build a sunroom that will fit perfectly your home, location, and lifestyle. Below are a few examples.
Based in Baltimore, Michigan, Tooms Construction can handle all aspects of home remodeling, including sunrooms. Ask them about a four-season sunroom, perfect for Michigan with its beautiful but cold winters.
Energy Star Home Improvement, another Michigan-based firm (Grand Rapids) is proud of its one-on-one service and combines a sales and installation background, which allows for invaluable expertise in all aspects of customer satisfaction. They help Michigan homeowners maximize their home’s energy efficiency—a factor that is never more vital than in a new sunroom.
Lancaster Home Remodeling works out of Natick, Massachusetts and has over 20 years of experience remodeling with quite a few decks, patios, and sunrooms under their belt. Former client Dianne Devlin noted Lancaster’s attention to detail as “nothing like I have ever seen before.”