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
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
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.”