If you opt to purchase a do-it-yourself sunroom kit, it’s important to know that these kits are normally to be added to the top of an existing deck or patio. If you want to have a sunroom added to your house such that your wall line, roof line, heating and cooling systems will be altered, you will need to hire a sunroom contractor who will adhere to local building codes and laws.
Once you have entertained competing quotes from contractors, it goes without saying that if you are going to hire a contractor to install a sunroom (or any other remodeling or building job) you need someone who is licensed, bonded/insured and fully qualified to do the job. (CalFinder’s contractors are always pre-screened for all of these important factors.)
Here are some important questions that will help you to determine the qualifications of a potential sunroom contractor:
By gathering all of this information, you will be well prepared to make the best choice of sunroom contractors or builders for your needs.
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