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What is a Three-Season Room? 

Thursday, July 16, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Three Season RoomsExpanding your home's square footage with an addition is an exciting way to add living space. Several options exist, including screened-in porches, three-season rooms and all-season rooms. Each type of addition has its advantages and disadvantages. Screened-in porches are great during nice weather but not usable when temperatures drop too low.

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Expanding Your Split Level Home with a Sunroom 

Friday, June 26, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Split Level Home with a SunroomIf you purchased a split level home when you first started out, it probably seemed like plenty of space at the time.Now it might seem too small. You've thought about moving, but decided you’d rather renovate than move. Fortunately, there are some great options for split level home renovations.

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Albany Home Additions Before & After - 3 Homes & 3 Additions 

Tuesday, June 09, 2015 8:00:00 AM

Albany home additionsAlbany's weather is influenced by everything from the Finger Lakes to the Eastern Seaboard. Unfortunately, that sometimes means shortened seasons, leaving you less time to enjoy the outdoors. Some homeowners in Albany have found just the right remedy for that problem with solariums and sunrooms from their local Patio Enclosures design center.

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Sunroom and Porch Furniture Ideas 

Thursday, May 21, 2015 8:00:00 AM

sunroom furniture ideasAdding a porch or sunroom is a great way to gain extra square footage in your home. While this not only adds value to your home, it also is an easy and affordable way to enjoy your natural surroundings. However, simply building a sunroom shouldn't be where the process ends.

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Three Season Rooms - Cleveland Home Additions 

Thursday, May 07, 2015 8:00:00 AM

three season roomWhether on the East Side near Beachwood, the West Side by Westlake, or even Downtown, the city of Cleveland has so much to offer. Built on a legendary foundation of hard work, innovation, and undying faith in their sports teams, Cleveland is a true gem on the banks of Lake Erie. Hometown experiences like the West Side Market, the Rock 'N Roll Hall of Fame and restaurants that foodies' dreams are made of are all the reasons homeowners choose Cleveland.

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Easy to Follow Steps on How to Repair a Porch 

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 8:00:00 AM

screened-in-sunroomIs your porch looking old and tired? Front porch repair can be as simple as replacing a few weathered boards and adding a new coat of paint. With the right mix of furnishings, décor and other aesthetics, this can be your family’s favorite place to gather. There are other changes to consider that may make the front, or back, porch a more usable and comfortable space that your family will love.

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Stunning Future Home Designs  

Wednesday, February 25, 2015 7:00:00 AM

glass solariumGeorge Jetson’s flying car may not be a reality in the next thirty years, but his futuristic space pad with floor to ceiling windows just might be. The World Architecture Festival contest for 2014 recently wrapped up, and one thing was clear: windows will soon be prominent in architecture. The festival featured several floor-to-ceiling window designs, including an astounding 42,000 square meter crystal clear glass building and its square footage opposite, a 12.3 by 12.3 meter tapered steel and glass house in Australia. Although an entire home made out of glass isn’t realistic for most home owners, adding a solarium to your home will allow you to add a modern look to your home.

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Do You Know Your Design Style? 

Wednesday, February 11, 2015 7:00:00 AM

solarium home additionKnowing your design style is the building block you need to begin decorating a space. And while not everyone is an interior designer, once you recognize your basic decorating style, you can start to express yourself with new ideas and make your space truly a part of your home.

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