Getting a Quote for Your Sunroom
In the decision to add a sunroom onto your home, you may flirt with the idea of a DIY kit (or do-it-yourself kit) to cut down on the cost of labor, a huge expense when it comes to the construction of a sunroom. DIY kits are fairly inexpensive and generally come in ready to build standard sizes; however, for a bit more custom DIY kits are also available to suit the needs of each individual case.
A company that provides DIY kits will need precise measurements of your home and other criteria in order to provide you with a kit that will have the correct dimensions. You will need to know everything about your sunroom before you begin ordering. You will need to know the style of sunroom you want, the materials you want to build with, how many windows will be in the sunroom and where they will be placed, the types of windows you want to use and the glaze they will have…the list goes on and on. This may sound overwhelming but companies who manufacture DIY kits have developed a system that can help make the process easier. If they didn’t, no one would buy their product! Many of these manufacturing companies have design pages available on their websites for this specific reason.
Possible Problems with Do-It-Yourself Kits
The most common problem with DIY kits is not the kit itself but with the person who made the order. A majority of the time the level of work involved in installing a DIY kit is underestimated and not realized until the kit arrives. While installing a kit does not require changing the line of the home or electrical or duct work as it would in a four seasons sunroom, it can be a daunting task for one who is not on the ‘up and up’ when it comes to home improvement projects. Although the material will be covered under a certain level of guarantee, the construction will not. It is a good idea to check with your homeowner’s policy about what is covered and what is not when it comes to doing these types of projects yourself. You may be completely liable for any damages to your home or accidents/injuries that occur in the process of installing your DIY kit. In any case, installing a sunroom will be rewarding in itself. With the added space and the chance to use the room for any desired purpose, a sunroom becomes a great way to enhance a home, inside and out.
Andrew Caxton is a consultant who writes on many consumer topics like enclosures and http://www.allsunrooms.com . He provides tips and advice about enclosures as well as on the house additions at four seasons sunrooms
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