Three season sunrooms are wonderful additions to homes throughout the country. These enclosures are typically only comfortable during warmer months, so they are best for people who want to enjoy outdoor living, but don’t need the space available throughout the year. An all-season sunroom, on the other hand, is one that can be used year-round, as it has better insulation and can more effectively keep a room cool or warm, depending on the outside temperature, with the use of an HVAC unit.
A three-season sunroom is primarily used during spring, summer, and fall, and closed up during the winter. These enclosures are often added to existing decks or patios and are accessed by an exterior door, meaning they are not open to the rest of the house. If an HVAC unit is installed, it would be on its own system, heating and cooling the room individually.
All-season sunrooms are different in that they can be open to the rest of the house, work on the same HVAC system as the rest of your residence, and provide outstanding insulation with high-performance glass walls, thermal roofs, and insulated roofs.
TEMO, one of the leading outdoor living manufacturers in the country, supplies three season sunrooms, as well as all-season sunrooms, to homeowners across the country. Our sunrooms come in a variety of styles, including the versatile studio style, the elegant cathedral style, and the unique conservatory style. Best of all, our sunrooms come backed by our Limited Lifetime Transferable Warranty.
If you’re interested in learning more about the three-season sunrooms we manufacture for homeowners throughout the United States, contact TEMO today.