There are a number of reasons to add a Myrtle Beach sunroom to your home. Whether you’re considering a Three Seasons or Four Seasons Sunrooms for your house, the sunroom adds functionality, space and value to your home. A Myrtle Beach sunroom is a cost-effective way to enjoy the coastal climate weather and give your family more space.
Difference Between Three and Four Seasons Sunrooms
As the names imply, a Three Seasons Sunrooms is mostly used during spring through the fall months, as the room is typically not heated. Myrtle Beach homes are perfect contenders for Three Seasons Sunrooms because of the traditionally mild and short winter.
Four Seasons Sunrooms are an ideal way to add usable space to your home to use year-round. These sunrooms feature double-pane, insulated tempered glass, and insulation, where applicable, of the walls, roof, and flooring. Optional HVAC systems further cool the room in the summer and warm it in winter.
If your family is still expanding or you’re enjoying retirement and have family over during the holidays and summer, a sunroom addition to your Myrtle Beach home can offer more living space. Whether you’re looking for an extra room to use as the home office or just need a space for guests to sleep, a sunroom is a perfect fit.
If your home is missing is den or designated dining space, a sunroom works great as a casual gathering spot. Hand a TV on the wall or add a high-top kitchen table and you’ve transformed the space into an area perfect for your family.
If you’ve ever tried to plan an outdoor event during the Myrtle Beach summer months, you know pop-up rainstorms can move through at a moment’s notice. A cookout or birthday party can be washed out before the fun even begins. Adding a Myrtle Beach sunroom to your home allows you to plan and enjoy your events no matter what Mother Nature decides. An indoor area allows for more guest space as well as tables for dining, a gift table or a sitting area for sipping a glass of wine.
A Myrtle Beach sunroom adds value to your home by increasing the square footage of your living space. Some real estate experts estimate the return on your investment for a sunroom can be as much as 80 percent in the sale of your home, while the average return is about 60 percent. In addition, adding a Four Seasons Sunrooms drastically increases the curb appeal of your Myrtle Beach home.
Hiring a reputable contractor to build your Myrtle Beach sunroom will add space, functionality and value to your home. Contact the Carolina Home Exteriors team for your complimentary consultation to discuss which Myrtle Beach sunroom best fits your needs.