Murfreesboro Sunrooms, Porches, and Screenrooms

As with any major addition to your home, there are many things to consider when adding a sunroom. Before we start building, we’ll talk about for what, and when, you’ll be wanting to use your sunroom. This will help determine a number of things – what side of the house is best to build your sunroom; will it be heated and cooled along with the rest of the house; will the roof be glass or wood framing and shingles; will all the walls be glass or just one along the back?

Sunrooms are extremely versatile. They can be used for mudrooms, indoor gardening, playrooms, in-home gyms, or home offices. They are especially useful in the colder months, taking advantage of any sunlight but shielding you from the cold and wind.

Converting an existing porch into a sunroom has become quite popular. But don’t think you’re out of luck if you don’t have a porch. Just as with any square foot addition to your home, we can lay a foundation and build on top of that. Since sunrooms are generally wide, open spaces, the layout and floorplan processes are fairly simple. Plumbing and electrical work are minimal for these projects. Unless, of course, you’re looking for a room to put your in-ground hot tub. Either way, we’ll get the job done right. Let MT Building Group shine the light on your dream project.

View from inside deck by MT Building Group in Murfreesboro