Sunrooms Add Value to Your Home!

Savvy Austin homeowners know that simple additions, such as sunrooms and patios, can increase the value of their homes. Sunrooms enhance curb appeal and create more square footage. They’re also usually less expensive and less disruptive than some Austin remodeling projects.

Here are 3 great reasons to invest in a sunroom:

1. More square footage
Homes with more square footage generally have a higher market value, making it easier for sellers to increase the list price. Those not interested in selling right away will find that increasing their home’s size will ensure higher returns in the future. A family will typically find a use for additional square footage, but a home that’s not quite large enough can hinder a potential sale. Prospective buyers will always seek out homes with a good per square foot (psf) value.

2. Extra living space
In addition to square footage, a sunroom adds living space that can be used for multiple purposes, such as an extra living room, a place to practice hobbies, an area to entertain guests, or even a playroom for the kids. As an added benefit, extensive windows let the sunlight in while keeping insects, allergens and unsavory weather conditions at bay. A sunroom is multi-functional and less invasive than an entire home addition, for example, which could require structural adjustments and additional costs. Sunrooms provide a practical option for expanding living space and will appeal to potential buyers.

3. Bring the outdoors in
Sunrooms offer an inviting combination of indoor luxury and outdoor surroundings. A sunroom will allow you (and future buyers) to enjoy the summer sun without venturing out into the Texas heat. Large windows will allow you to admire your yard’s trees, flowers and greenery without breaking a sweat. Natural light makes a sunroom the perfect place for potted plants that could potentially wither in the outdoor heat or freeze during the winter. Having the ability to enjoy the outdoor scenery while in the comfort of the home is seen as a definite plus for prospective buyers.

Remodeling in Austin doesn’t have to be time-consuming or expensive. With our wide variety of options for kitchens, bathrooms, sunrooms and patio covers in Austin, Crystal Sunrooms and Remodeling can help homeowners increase their property value quickly and affordably.

22 thoughts on “Sunrooms Add Value to Your Home!

    • About twelve years ago we put up a Temo sun room with aluumnim panels. I would go with a vinyl sun room instead. Ours heats up terribly in the sun and cools down too fast when the sun goes down. It’s like being in a tin can! Plus the noise on the roof is deafening when it rains!

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