3 Important Considerations When Adding a Sun Room on to Your Springfield, MO, Home 

Sun Room Springfield MOA sun room addition on your Springfield, Missouri, home is a relatively quick way to add that extra living space you’re seeking, and to bring in additional natural light without investing in a full home remodeling project. Here are some important considerations to keep in mind before you commit to your sun room purchase.

  1. Your home was designed with a specific roof line, impacting not only its architectural style, but also its functionality. Whether your home is a two-story contemporary, a one-story bungalow, or a split-level ranch, its roof line supports essential functional elements such as water drainage. Talk to your contractor and ask them to help you choose sun room styles that can be added on to your home without a costly roof renovation.
  2. You may have a particular sun room design in mind. Perhaps you envision an elegant conservatory which offers abundant light to support your interior green thumb efforts, or you crave a California design which provides homes with a contemporary edge. Before you get your heart set on a design, discuss your preferences with a contractor who can address the practicalities of sun room requirements, and work with you to find a design that will leave you completely satisfied with the result.
  3. Most homes will have an area where a sun room addition will look most natural, generally at the back of the house where a patio or deck is usually placed. But what happens if you want your addition built on to another part of your home? Your contractor can help find solutions and help avoid trouble, such as whether you have enough exterior square feet for your new addition without running into zoning issues.

If you are seeking advice about options for a sun room addition on your home in Springfield, MO, turn to the professionals at Modern Exteriors. We offer outstanding service, exceptional craftsmanship, and competitive prices on all our home improvement products, including windows, siding, and doors.