Is a solarium cheaper than a sunroom?
Solariums tend to be double the price of sunrooms and require a lot more in maintenance costs. And keep in mind that glass costs can really add up. Sunrooms have a high return on investment and usually have better warranties.
How much is a solarium addition?
Most sunroom additions cost between $8,000 and $80,000. The average is just above $30,000. Expect to pay around $25 per square foot for uninsulated spaces and up to $300 per square foot Prefabricated kits range between $5,000 and $30,000.
How much does a four season sunroom cost?
A four-season sunroom is an addition to your home that’s fully insulated and often includes plumbing, HVAC and electricity. According to Home Guide, these premium structures cost between $25,000 and $80,000.
Can a solarium be used as a sunroom?
Our sunrooms can be built as a free-standing structure for a poolside cabana or an entertainment room separate from your home. Our solariums are similar to sunrooms, but typically have an all-glass roof for added sunlight or stargazing at night.
How is argon used in solarium enclosures?
Two pieces of 1/8″ thick glass with an air space in between that aids as a barrier against seasonal temperatures and noise. Increases energy efficiency of the window by adding argon in between the glass panes.
Can a lifetime enclosure be used as a sunroom?
One of the easiest ways to rejuvenate your home is by adding one of Lifetime Enclosures’ sunrooms or solariums. Among the many benefits of owning a sunroom or solarium is making the most of the outdoors while eliminating many of the discomforts, such as direct sunlight, inclement weather and insects.
Which is better a four season room or a solarium?
Four season rooms extend the living space in your home and provide additional entertaining space, without having to worry about inclement weather. Advantage: Four season rooms tend to cost less than solarium additions, while still offering you a beautiful view of the outdoors.