If you’re considering having a sunroom installed at your home, one of the questions on your mind is probably whether the structure will add any value to the property. In other words, does the return on investment justify the sunroom cost? While you shouldn’t base your decision solely on this—the true value of a new sunroom lies in the amount of enjoyment it provides to you and your family—it’s certainly helpful to have a general idea of what to expect should you ever decide to sell your house.
In short, yes, a sunroom will likely add value to your home. According to the national Hanley Wood 2015 Cost vs. Value Report, homeowners who invest in a sunroom addition on average recoup approximately 48.5% of the cost. More specifically, the report states that a sunroom addition that costs $75,726 will increase the resale value of the property by about $36,704. Again, it’s important to remember that you’ll also receive the benefit of getting to use the sunroom for as long as you continue living at your house.
Top-of-the-Line Sunrooms in Southeast Wisconsin
In order to get the best possible return on your investment, you’ll need to select an installer that carries top-quality sunrooms and performs exceptional work. There’s no point sinking your money into a sunroom that’s going to start showing signs of wear and tear just a few years later, whether due to manufacturing issues or a poor installation.
Luckily, if you own a home in Southeast Wisconsin, you can turn to Bear Sunrooms to handle your sunroom installation. We’ve been in business since 1947 and continue to install more sunrooms than anyone else in this area, so you can trust that we know what we’re doing. Plus, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your new sunroom comes with our non-prorated, all-inclusive, fully transferable lifetime warranty on materials and labor.
Contact Bear Sunrooms today to request a complimentary in-home consultation. We look forward to meeting with you and discussing our extensive sunroom selection.