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Charlotte Sunroom's usually refers to solid-wood-framed structures in studio or shed-roof styles. There are many variations on the sunroom/conservatory theme and many manufacturers blur the traditional characteristics of each, so for the purposes of this article we will write in general terms that can be applied to both structures. Sunrooms - bringing the outdoors indoors Installing a sunroom or conservatory enables you sunrooms, sunroom, solariums, sunroom designs, solarium, patio enclosures, sunrooms, conservatory, Florida rooms, patio room, patio sunrooms, patio enclosures, greenhouse, greenhouses, sunroom addition, sunroom design, glass sunroom to enjoy the benefits of outdoor living Charlotte NC ever the weather, Charlotte NC ever the season. Rain? Mosquitoes? Barbecue smells from next door? Tucked inside your sunroom you will be impervious to them all – while still enjoying the invigorating feeling of space and natural light that your garden provides. A sunroom is one of those ‘I can’t imagine how we ever managed without it, I wish we’d done it years ago’ purchases that is a genuine lifestyle enhancer. And a purchase that you will continue to use and get pleasure from for many, many years. Because of this it is essential to give plenty of thought to your requirements before making Charlotte NC is, after all, a major purchase. It’s not a decision to be rushed as there are many things to take into consideration before you take the plunge. To help with your choice we have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions and a number of guidelines. Frequently asked questions Charlotte NC is a sunroom? Sometimes known as a porch enclosure, a sunroom has window walls and a roof of either solid foam-insulated panels or glass. Charlotte NC do they cost? Costing from a few thousand upwards, there is a sunroom to meet every budget. The price will depend on such factors as size, materials, the site, whether the sunroom is ‘off the peg’ or customized and whether you have it built for you or do it yourself. So are sunrooms available Yes, some firms supply sunrooms as ready-to-install kits. Thanks to advanced computer technology, you can even buy self-installation that are customized for your home. The kits come with a detailed manual giving step-by-step instructions and with each part labeled for easy reference. There is usually a free telephone helpline service, too, for those ‘whoops, Charlotte NC comes next?’ moments! Can I buy a sunroom over the internet? These days you can buy virtually anything over the internet, including sunrooms. It is easy to send photos, drawings and documents electronically to anywhere in the world. Purchasers, suppliers and contractors can work together – from different continents if necessary – to collate the relevant information required to design or choose the right sunroom for your needs. Do I need a building permit? Almost certainly yes. It depends on local building regulations, as well as the type and size of your proposed sunroom. It always pays to check out the legal situation before you begin. Do this right at the outset in case there are restrictions that will affect your purchasing decision. Charlotte NC does getting a building permit involve? Local regulations cover things like size, height, style and proximity to neighboring structures. You will need to submit professionally-produced drawings along with detailed material specifications, etc. Which direction should a sunroom face? A south-facing room will provide most sunlight. Conversely a north-facing room will provide least, although this could be an advantage if you live in the south. East-facing will be sunniest in the mornings, west-facing in the afternoon/evening. However, north, south, east or west – you will enjoy the benefits whichever direction your sunroom faces. Could it get too hot if it faces south, then? In theory, yes. In practice, not necessarily. This aspect of your sunroom is something to be discussed with the supplier/designer in the initial stages of the project – materials, ventilation, blinds, etc. should be chosen to take into account the factors affecting your chosen site. Will I need heating in my sunroom? If you want to get maximum use from your sunroom, 365 days a year, then probably yes – depending on where you live, of course. As above, this a question to be resolved at the design stage. How long does the whole process take? We’re back to the piece of string again! Factor in building permits, whether your sunroom is customized or not, whether you are building it yourself, the time of year, the weather, the work-load of any professionals involved. It could be as short as a few weeks – or as long as several months. The sooner you get going, the sooner you’ll be reaping the rewards!  

Unlike other rooms of the house that already have a purpose, adding a sunroom means adding a living space where the purpose can be anything that comes to mind. A sunroom used to be a space for relaxing and ‘getting away from it all’. However, more and more homeowners are choosing to use their sunrooms in any manner that suits their needs. Whether using the space as a kitchen, study, bedroom, workout room or spa, a sunroom has become the multi-purpose space that homeowners are looking to add to their home.

Sunrooms are a wonderful addition to any home. Most homeowners consider building a sunroom because they want to enjoy some time in the sun without having to go outdoors. With a sunroom, you can get pleasure from the sunlight and enjoy the warmth provided without being exposed to the drawbacks of the outdoors such as winds, pollen, insects and other pests.

 Consider that adding a sunroom has one of the highest returns-on-investment of all home improvements, and it's no wonder that America's going sunroom-crazy. Some sources estimate that you'll recoup between 65-95% of your investment when adding a sunroom, depending on your geographic location and features included.

Adding a Sun Porch Sunroom/Screenroom to your home will give you more outdoor enjoyment than you ever dreamed possible. Spring always starts sooner and the joy of summer lasts longer with a comfortable enclosed deck sunroom from Designer Properties.

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Charlotte, North Carolina
Introduction to Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte is one of the 25 largest cities in the United States and also the largest city in North Carolina. According to U.S. census estimates, the Charlotte metropolitan statistical area has an estimated population of almost 1.5 million people.

Charlotte is located in south/central North Carolina. It is home to over 10 Fortune 1000 companies, including household names such as Bank of America, Lowe's, and Wachovia Corp.

Charlotte was ranked as the 29th "Most Fun U.S. City" in a survey conducted in 2003 by Cranium Inc. Factors taken into account in the ranking include the number of sports teams, restaurants, dance performances, toy stores, the amount of a city's budget that is spent on recreation, and other factors. Charlotte is also a past winner of the coveted "All-America City Award" awarded by the National Civic League.

Charlotte has a humid sub-tropical climate that is characterized by mild winters and hot, humid summers. The coldest month of the year is January with an average daily temperature of 51 degrees Fahrenheit. July is the hottest month of the year with an average daily temperature of 90 degrees Fahrenheit.

Charlotte History
Charlotte was founded at the intersection of two Native American trading paths. It was incorporated as the village of Charlotte Town in 1768. The city is named after the wife of British King George III.

 

 

 

 

 

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