If you’re finding that your home could use some extra space, you may be considering having a sunroom installed. While this would certainly create some much-needed room, you may need to use it year-round, leaving you wondering if sunrooms are insulated. After all, that additional space may go to waste if it’s too cold or hot to use in the peak of winter and summertime. At TEMO Backyard Living, we understand this. You won’t have to worry about uncomfortable temperatures when you have one of our exceptional and insulated sunrooms installed on your home.
With acclaimed manufacturer TEMO as our parent company, we’re able to install sunrooms factory-direct from this industry-leader. TEMO sunrooms stand out from any others on the market because they are specially designed to keep you comfortable, no matter the temperature outside. This is thanks to features such as:
- A roof made out of expanded polystyrene that deflects the sun’s heat to provide you with maximum thermal protection
- A state-of-the-art thermal wall system which helps maintain a comfortable temperature inside of the sunroom
- High-performance glass with an SPF of either 59 or 85 to prevent UV rays from entering your sunroom
Importance of an Insulated Sunroom
While you don’t necessarily need to purchase an insulated sunroom, there are many downfalls to only having a three-season room installed. As mentioned above, your sunroom is rendered virtually useless in the colder winter months and even in the ultra-hot days of summer if it’s not properly insulated. If you do absolutely need to use this space during those times, you may need to spend additional money to buy space heaters or fans, which also rakes up your electric bill in the process. With a functional, insulated sunroom, you won’t have to worry about this—instead, you can sit back and relax, any time of the year.
If you’re considering adding a sunroom to your home, feel free to contact TEMO Backyard Living to learn more about our insulated sunrooms. We proudly serve homeowners in the Southeastern parts of Michigan.