Do Sunrooms Have Screens?

While many homeowners have heard about sunrooms at some point, many find the vague name slightly confusing. Plus, many people incorrectly refer to a room as a sunroom when it might be a lanai or something similar, leaving many people unsure about exactly what a sunroom is.

What Is a Sunroom?

Sunrooms, sometimes called solariums or Florida rooms, are rooms with an abundance of windows, designed to let in as much natural light as possible. People have been enjoying nature with the help of sunrooms for centuries. Importantly, sunrooms should be able to protect the people inside from the weather so that they’re free to enjoy nature even when it’s storming.

Options for Those That Want Screens

There are alternatives to sunrooms for homeowners that want a more direct connection to nature: screen rooms. As you might have guessed from their name, screen rooms are like sunrooms except they feature screens instead of glass windows. They’re perfect if you want to feel the breeze without any annoying bugs.

Hassle-Free Upgrades from TEMO

At TEMO, we’re an industry leader in both screen rooms and sunrooms, and we’ve helped thousands of customers across the country enjoy nature with our outdoor living products. Our sunrooms are second to none and available in several styles and designs. Our screen rooms are durable and attractive. Both products are built on a similar framework that’s backed by a limited lifetime warranty. And, best of all, if you’re unsure about whether you want a sunroom or a screen room, our screen rooms are designed to be easily upgradeable to a sunroom.

To find out more about out screen rooms, sunrooms, or other outdoor living products, contact TEMO today. We can also help you find a qualified local dealer to begin designing your dream outdoor living product.