Sunrooms look very dreamy. A small yet cozy room with the most gorgeous selection of plants and grand furniture, surrounded by spaciousness and the sleekness of glass doors and windows. What’s not to love about different types of sunrooms? Whether they are studios, made with gables at the top, or even solariums, they have a sunny side to look forward to. It certainly helps that the sunny side is truly literal. People get the opportunity to enjoy the sun without having to leave their homes or burning their skin or sweat.
Sunrooms have a lot of potential for our new homes whether they are Bandar Country Homes or Beverly Hill homes. Sunrooms can elevate and change the complete feel of your home by bringing in a personal touch and identity. The sun makes the furniture and play of colors in the home look better and brighter. Overall, you can feel the vibrance and happiness of the sun with the sunroom.
However, a sunroom is not always full of sunshine and happy pros. There are several drawbacks to installing one that makes us second guess the installation. Let’s take a look at some of the cons and see if they are truly worth their price!
Sunrooms Are Expensive
Sunrooms are considered one of the least expensive items to build into our homes. The cost of a home office might be much more than a sunroom. But this is only an overgeneralization. Believe it or not, building a nice-looking sunroom might leave our wallets a little dry. Beautiful furniture, the expenses of sliding glass doors, windows, and other materials combined, can become very expensive. But of course, a room is only as cheap as we make it. If we want to be budgeted, we may have to DIY a lot of additions to the sunroom and avoid splurging on brand new stuff for the room. Few cost-cutting techniques can easily scale down the expenses. Nevertheless building it is not the only expense. Maintenance also goes a long way. You need to keep it clean, heated, cooled, fresh and the list goes on. Adjustments need to be done based on the weather and temperature. And the sunroom might not also be as energy efficient as we would like to think as it may use more energy to keep the room heat.
Return On Investment Is Lower Than Expected
Many say that sunrooms add value to the house you are considering for resale. This may be true but this is also an overstatement in its essence. People do consider sunrooms to add to the quality of life and the perceived value of the home. But it is not as much and the resale value may not improve as much as we are expecting it as a result of the sunroom. The overall increase might not even cover the expense you have put in for its maintenance and construction over the years.
Still, thinking about a sunroom for your Bandar Country Homes? It is an enjoyable room that can give so much peace and tranquility but it is also important to consider all the expenses and uses you will have for this beautiful additional room.