The sunroom is an additional room that allows an abundance of sunlight and a view of your landscape. Since it’s a home addition, you’ll want to have a smooth transition from the main building to the sunroom while matching the scale and design of your home. However, the main feature of a sunroom is the view it provides that can be achieved with the right windows.
In this post, replacement windows supplier Renewal by Andersen® of Central Illinois discusses what you should consider when it comes to choosing your sunroom’s windows.
The lines of the window panels and roof allow the sunroom addition to match the home’s structure. There are various options to consider when it comes to lines; for instance, a bronze color option matches your home’s existing exterior trim. Another option for the addition is the tinted glass, which can provide extra shading and UV protection for the sunroom while reducing heat gain.
While it’s important to have a smooth transition from the main building to the sunroom, it’s also important that it ties seamlessly into your home’s backyard. A window wall can allow this to be a possibility for your sunroom addition while giving you an unobstructed view. A bay window is also a good idea—plus, it gives you a built-in sitting nook.
Size is another factor when choosing your sunroom’s windows. Window size can help you narrow down your options when it comes to window types. To learn more about window sizes, you can always ask Renewal by Andersen of Central Illinois for advice.
Turn to Renewal by Andersen of Central Illinois for your window replacement needs. We are your number one provider of various window styles for your home, such as casement and double-hung windows. Give us a call at (866) 693-6707 or fill out our contact form to schedule a free consultation. We serve homeowners in Bloomington, Champaign Galesburg, and other areas of IL.