Nothing says making a house yours than by adding a new room. Sunrooms are the perfect addition to any home. There are different types of sunrooms you can build. Of course, it does not come without a price. Here is what you should know about the costs of building a sunroom.
What To Consider
The total budget of adding a sunroom will vary based on the quality and size of the room. The average cost for a sunroom is roughly $120 to $300 per square foot according to HomeAdvisor. You will also need to take into account the material prices and labor costs. The material price and labor costs can vary depending on the types of materials used and the overall size of the sunroom.
The overall budget for an average four-season room can range dependent on design factors according to Modernize.com. How much you spend will be determined by design factors. What you choose for the exterior walls, the windows, and the roof will influence your budget.
Options for a three-season room can range from a simple shed-style roof to a gable roof and price varies greatly depending on the overall size of the room. A concrete foundation will average to $75 per cubic yard. Insulation will average to $1.10 per square foot.
Coastal Homes and Sunrooms is a home builder located in Lowcountry, South Carolina. We are dedicated to building our clients quality custom homes and sunrooms. If you have any questions about your next project, contact us today.