This 16’ x 20’ open sunroom / conservatory is not only an attractive addition to the home, but also provides a sense of balance to the structure. With full cathedral ceilings and hardwood flooring, it is filled with natural light during the day, and ample recessed lighting for night time activities. The walls were built with 2×6 construction to allow for additional insulation to compensate for the substantial glass. The front façade has a central palladium-style window and brings a brick water table across to tie-in aesthetically with the main house façade. Plumbing rough-ins were installed during construction for a future a future wet bar. Entry from the existing house is made through a set of wood, French doors.
Sunroom Additions are Cost-Effective
A sunroom addition is an attractive and cost-effective way to add space for both entertaining and relaxation to your home. Due to the single room design and the cathedral ceilings, the interior decorating and lighting options are endless and easily changeable. The open room is also an economical option as well. The sunroom project featured here has a full masonry foundation. The same structure can be built on pier footings to further defray costs with no practical, aesthetic, or functional difference. High-quality vinyl windows also keep the cost down while sacrificing little. The selection of a brick water table rather than the full brick veneer façade saved thousands of dollars. It also serves to break-up the exterior monotony.
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