Winter doesn’t have to be a drag. By adding a sunroom, you can increase the natural light in your home, extend your living space, and enjoy the outdoors year-round.
Let The Light In With a Sunroom
Did you know that exposure to sunlight increases the brain’s release of serotonin Serotonin is directly linked to boosting mood and helps people feel calm and focused.
Sunrooms invite natural light, and serotonin by proxy, into your home. If you’re someone who suffers from seasonal affective disorder or simply struggles with feelings of negativity during winter months, sunrooms can be a worthy investment in your mental and physical health.
Additionally, a window-filled sunroom gives you ample opportunity to pause and appreciate your natural surroundings throughout the day. A change of scenery can provide much-needed perspective.
Added Living Space
Sunrooms are a great way to extend the living space of your home. They make great play rooms, exercise areas, reading spots or lounge areas for gathering with friends and family. The possibilities are endless!
Since sunrooms act like an extra room and a porch, they make a great home for plants. Several plants thrive in sunrooms, including hibiscus flowers, begonias, Boston ferns, African violets, and more.
As an added bonus, if you have outdoor plants that don’t do well in cooler temperatures, you can easily transfer them into your sunroom so they stay alive and well.
Make It Your Own
Much like the rest of your home, your sunroom should match your style and overall aesthetic. When you work with a seasoned contractor like Conner Exteriors, you can get creative with your new addition so that it suits your unique needs and desires.
If you need help fleshing out the vision or determining the layout for your sunroom, our team of designers can offer realistic recommendations based on years of experience. Each sunroom design is custom, so you can rest assured that it will be tailored to you.
Let’s turn your sunroom dreams into reality. Give us a call to get started!