Why would I consider a Sunroom for my home?
The idea of adding a sunroom isn’t unusual for homeowners in Long Island. In fact, a Joyce sunroom by Alure can actually provide one of the highest Return On Investment (ROI) at the time when you may choose to sell your home. Currently sunrooms are one of the most popular remodeling choices that are trending upwards in 2012.
One of the reasons making this possible is the technology used in its manufacture and construction. Just like in the medical field or with computer technology, there is always a new machine or procedure making peoples lives better. The building industry has made some significant strides in making sunrooms a viable alternative to new construction when considering adding usable space to your home for your family.
In the past, the sunroom was more like a solarium where the glass allowed the suns rays to be part of the heating system. Unfortunately though, when the sun goes down, so does the temperature and subsequently your family will spend less time in that room. This used to be called the summer-winter affect and demonstrated a warming and cooling of the temperature in the room dependent upon the actual presence of sunshine. Todays glass products are critically more important as components of new sunroom design. After all, in a sunroom, windows make up most of the surface area of the walls. However, unlike the old days, these now advanced window products are going to help maintain the ambient temperature inside of your home with Low E glass technology. Today’s sunroom product, rain or shine, is going to screen harmful rays of the sun and will shun the heat of the summer and the cold of the winter. Now what used to be called the three season room is accessible and inviting all year round.
Another advantage to today’s sunroom product is its flexibility. It is a customized product that can cater to the specific needs and preferences of your family. Alure Home Improvements always provides a FREE in home design consultation with no obligation. The Alure Design Specialist will come to your home for an on-site inspection of your space and is prepared to help you plan your dream getaway.
We can even use some state of the art computer technology to take you on a virtual tour and show you what your home might look like with its new addition. The Joyce Sunroom by Alure also provides superior roof construction. It not only insulates and seals your sunroom from the elements, it allows for the exterior to visually become part of your existing home. Regardless of the style roof you choose for your sunroom, ultimately we apply shingles that will match the color and style of your existing roof.
Additionally, there is a transferable manufacturer’s warranty plus the Alure 10 year labor warranty. When you add these amenities to the accidental glass policy, this sunroom product is hard to beat. Believe it or not this Accidental Glass Breakage policy means that no matter what, the glass is guaranteed forever.
Whether your plan is to brighten up your space, add new usable family space or just to complete the transition from the indoors to your backyard, a sunroom is never a bad idea. Sporting one of the highest ROI factors in home improvement products, not only can you and your family enjoy the newly added space for years to come, it will hold it’s value when the time comes to sell. Why not make the comparison to sunrooms vs a new addition.
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