Adding a sunroom to your home can add functional space without the cost of a full room addition. However, the overall cost of a sunroom addition project can quickly add up as well. For a standard three-season room, the average addition costs between $10,000 and $40,000. And the price only goes up from there if you’re looking for a fully insulated room that incorporates plumbing, HVAC, or electricity. If you’re trying to find out how to build a sunroom on a budget, you’re in the right place. Here are some tips to help keep your sunroom project in check.
Choose a Full-Service Sunroom Company
One of your best options to ensure your sunroom addition project stays within budget is to work with a full-service sunroom installation company that can handle every element of your project. This can help you get a full picture of the costs involved in your sunroom design, ensuring you’re choosing the options and customizations that will suit your budget. When you have to coordinate between multiple companies, unforeseen costs can come up at the last minute, turning your budget on end.
Consider a Slower Transition to a Sunroom
If you’re not quite ready financially to have a full, four-season sunroom installed, there are other options to consider as well. First, you can look at financing options either through the sunroom company or a personal loan. Further, you can consider an outdoor living design plan such as a screen room that can more easily be converted into a full sunroom down the road.
Get Started with Dreamstyle Remodeling
At Dreamstyle Remodeling, we are pleased to be a full-service sunroom installation company that can help build a sunroom on a budget for you. Contact us today to learn more about our options and solutions, and how we can work with you to keep your sunroom installation costs to a minimum.