If you are ready to let the light shine in by adding a sunroom to your home, you’re probably hoping a quick online search will tell you how much the project will cost. According to Remodeling Magazine, a 200-square foot sunroom addition with footings and slabs-on-grade foundation can cost up to $70,000, while a survey conducted on HomeAdvisor.com found the average cost on sunroom additions ran around $16,315.
Why the discrepancy? And how much can you expect to pay? A variety of factors determine the cost of a sunroom, which is why you can’t pin down an exact price online. Patio Enclosures starts each sunroom project with a free, no obligation, in home estimate for homeowners ready for a sunroom. During this consultation we:
- ask questions to determine your needs and wants
- assess your space and take measurements
- explain what Patio Enclosures can offer in terms of styles and products
- recommend what will work best for you.
We also provide a detailed cost estimate for your sunroom project, so you know exactly what to expect before we begin to build.
What Determines the Cost of a Sunroom?
A variety of factors determine the cost of a sunroom addition. These can include the location of the sunroom on the home; the size of space added; finishing touches and décor; extras such as a custom roof or electrical options; the type of room added; and your geographic location.
For instance, Patio Enclosures offers four types of sunrooms:
- Screen rooms
- Three season rooms
- All season rooms
Additionally, each room can be customized in various ways to suit your needs. Want glass tint? We can do that! Hope to use your sunroom in the winter months? We can make that happen, too.
So stop wasting time on the Internet trying to figure out how much your new patio ‘might’ cost. Instead, call Patio Enclosures today to set up a free, no-obligation in-home consultation for an estimate on the sunroom you want and find out for sure. Make sure to ask about our finance options, too.