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What is the Average Cost Estimate of a Sunroom Addition?

  1. Sunroom Buyer's Guide
  2. Section 4: How Much Should I Budget for My Sunroom?
  3. What is the Average Cost Estimate of a Sunroom Addition?

Expert Overview

  1. You may be able to build a DIY sunroom inexpensively, but it’s harder to ensure the quality or that the room is up to code.
  2. On average, sunrooms tend to live in the range of $25,000 to $45,000, but the sunroom price depends on the material selection and degree of insulation.
  3. Window types, electrician costs, flooring, and HVAC technician costs can all add to the price.

Sunrooms are among the most affordable home additions. Even on a tight budget, you can add a comfortable screen room or patio enclosure that brings outdoor space in, and gives your family a place to eat, spend time and enjoy the season.

That said, sunrooms definitely range from simple to complex in terms of cost. If you want to install a sunroom on your own and you have the skills, you can probably do so economically, especially given that basic materials for a sunroom are relatively inexpensive. You’ll need to get a building permit as well, but depending on your community, those can be a little as a few hundred dollars.

However, if you’re seeking a quality product that has been constructed according to code, you’ll want to work with a licensed contractor. Contractor-made sunrooms can be more expensive, but are also more likely to last, add value to the home and provide a versatile space that can be used for many different purposes.

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