We custom manufacture and build each room to the individual homeowner's specifications.
Macedonia, OH (PRWEB) August 7, 2007
Many homeowners have found a smart way to expand their living space and avoid the cost of a traditional project by adding a sunroom to their home. A custom-designed and built sunroom, solarium or conservatory can usually be installed in less than a week, generally cost less than traditional additions, and can add significant permanent living space and value to your home. What's more, a sunroom lets occupants enjoy an outdoor environment, especially if the sunroom is built with floor-to-ceiling and wall-to-wall glass doors and windows that can be opened to allow fresh breezes in and closed to shut bad weather out. Patio Enclosures, Inc., the leading manufacturer and installer of sunrooms, calls this their Edge-to-Edge AdvantageTM.
People who have sunrooms use their added space for everything imaginable -- a place to raise exotic plants, a space for an "endless" lap pool, artist studios, gourmet kitchen, a room for pets, and of course -- a place for entertaining family and friends, or to just relax.
The abundance of natural light a sunroom provides a home is another plus. Natural sunlight can save energy, has healthful benefits and can rejuvenate one's outlook - especially during sunless days. And a well-designed and built sunroom can actually help differentiate your home from others if you do decide to eventually sell it. In neighborhoods where similar homes are available, a sunroom, solarium or conservatory can be a very attractive enticement for buyers and typically allows the homeowner to recapture as much as 70 to 100 percent of his or her initial investment, depending on the area of the country you live.
But, all sunrooms are not created equal. Avoid rushing out to buy a sunroom without taking some time to understand the difference between the offerings from different companies. Some companies claim that they can build a custom-sized sunroom, but only offer standard-sized windows and doors. The rest of the room will consist of opaque filler materials that can block an occupant's view. A sunroom that doesn't conform to a home's architecture also creates an "add-on" look that can detract from your home.
"That's where a company like Patio Enclosures, Inc. stands above the rest" states Kenneth Sekley, President and CEO of Patio Enclosures, Inc. "We custom manufacture and build each room to the individual homeowner's specifications."
Ask sunroom companies in your area to give you references from people who own their rooms. Ask references about their experiences, beginning with sales claims, the installation process, and finally their overall satisfaction. Check to see how long the sunroom company you're considering has been in business. Make sure they've been around for at least five years since any warranty is only a piece of paper if the company goes out of business.
A sunroom, solarium or conservatory can be a very beautiful and enjoyable addition to your home. Don't just shop for the best price, make sure your sunroom is the best value for your money.
For More Information, contact:
Patio Enclosures, Inc.
750 East Highland Road
Macedonia, Ohio 44056
330-468-0700 ext. 2278