Enclosing your patio is a great idea if you want to extend your living space for an affordable price. Patio enclosures give you a bonus space that can be used for just about anything, from hosting parties to setting up a home office or guest room. However, there are different types of patio enclosures, some of which offer partial shelter and others that are fully enclosed. TEMO Sunrooms offers both options and can help you determine which is the right fit for your Sacramento, California, home.
Screen rooms create a partially enclosed space that is shielded from the elements but not entirely enclosed. They protect against bugs, UV rays, and rain, but cannot be heated or cooled. This makes them a great choice for homeowners who want to use their patio enclosure as a place to relax or entertain during the warmer months but aren’t planning on year-round use. TEMO screen rooms offer greater versatility than similar patio enclosures on the market, however, as they can be fitted with removable vinyl sashes that can be placed over the screens for greater privacy and protection against the elements.
If you want your patio enclosure to feel more like a room than an outdoor living space, a sunroom is the way to go. These patio enclosures are fully enclosed, but the walls are almost entirely covered in windows. This allows for expansive views and bathes the room in natural sunlight, so you can feel like you’re sitting outside. Because they shut out the elements entirely, sunrooms can be temperature controlled, so you can use this space during every season. TEMO sunrooms feature thermal roofing and energy-efficient windows to help keep the room at a comfortable temperature all year long.
Which Type of Patio Enclosure Is Right for You?
All of the patio enclosures that we install are highly versatile and can suit a wide range of needs. To learn more about the differences between them, contact TEMO Sunrooms today. One of our friendly representatives would be happy to answer your questions and recommend the best product for your Sacramento, CA, home.