Three-Season Room

Upgrading your patio or deck to create a three-season room (or sunroom as I prefer to call it) offers you more use of the space of your patio or deck. You can enjoy your backyard in your sunroom without being bugged by bugs or rain.  They also allow you to be more creative in ways that screened patios would not, such as decorating with more stylish furniture without having to worry about sun and rain damage.

Three-season rooms are an extremely versatile space in your house. You can use them as a traditional gathering space or get creative by crafting a sunroom.

If you’re looking to add an upgraded patio enclosure or sunroom addition to your living space, you don’t have to limit yourself to using it for the traditional family room purpose. Consider turning it into an entertainment area, dining area, or a green room. Whatever the goal, you will enjoy the outdoor scenery while being protected by your enclosed space.

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A three-season room won’t break the bank either, but it can transform your entire property and add more room for living.

Work From Home?

If you work from home and are working from your kitchen or even a home office, it can get boring and even make you feel as if you’ve lost space in your property. It’s important to keep your work and home life separate so you can maintain a healthy work/life balance, and a three-season room could be the ideal solution. Working in the bright lighting of a sunroom may keep you more on target with your work and less likely to be distracted by something that needs to be done around the house.

A three-season room does not necessarily require the costly features of a complete room addition, such as a foundation, plumbing, central air conditioner installation, or heating systems. Many three-season rooms use screens and double-paned windows, so you can choose to open the windows to let a breeze in, or close the windows to contain the warmth of a sunny day.

You can add an indoor-outdoor carpet over the flooring, tile, or vinyl if you like, for additional warmth and decor. A ceiling fan is ideal for circulating fresh air on warm days.

A Three-Season Room is Very Popular

The number of sunrooms being designed has increased for several reasons. One of those is that it is a sensible and economical way to add a room for more enjoyment while allowing individuals to save on the high cost of adding heating and air conditioning to it.

Even though screened porches might beat sunrooms when it comes to ventilation (just by a bit) due to all the screen areas allowing air to flow through, there is a downside. The downside is that with the air all the dust and pollen blow into the porch coating it. But even with that, some people may prefer a screened porch feeling it has more of an outdoor feel.

Many homeowners are choosing to have a porch conversion done with their deck or patio by screening it. Holly Springs Builders uses the very best screening by Phifer and installs it with SCREENEZE®  which gives much more leeway for a better overall design. 

Contact Matt at Holly Springs Builders to schedule a free quote.