The great thing about owning a home is that you can do just about anything to it—you can even build onto it! Many homeowners choose to extend their houses with additions and sunrooms, and now you’re thinking of potentially doing the same. But as you look more into it, you may wondering what exactly the difference is between a sunroom and an addition. Technically, a sunroom is an addition but there are more details about how these two types of upgrades are different—let’s explore them.
In plain terms, an addition is any sort of extension built onto your house—including a sunroom. However, the term ‘home addition’ typically means a full-blown project involving knocking down walls and building an extra insulated room that, when done, looks like an original part of the house. These types of additions are usually used as home offices, living areas, or bedrooms.
A sunroom serves as an addition, but the all-glass walls make it more commonly used for an extra living or dining area. What’s more, sunrooms are good transitional spaces between your indoor and outdoor living space, as they are typically added onto the back of the home where a patio door is used as the entry point. This also means there is no need for removing walls or demolition.
If a sunroom sounds like the perfect addition for your home, you should turn to TEMO Backyard Living. We expertly install sunrooms that are designed with thermal roofs and walls so you can comfortably lounge in yours year-round. Contact us today to learn more about having us install a sunroom at your house.