When homeowners want to build a sunroom, they typically look at many finished product images. After all, isn’t that how you envision your new room? However, many homeowners are less sure about what to expect from the sunroom construction process. At Dulando Screen & Awning, we understand that knowing the steps in building a sunroom is just as important as the finished product. Knowing the plan builds confidence in the process while preparing the homeowner. Here’s what you can expect with the sunroom construction process.
Steps to the Sunroom Construction Process
Personalized Design Consultation
Even though you already have a vision of your completed sunroom, you’ll need dimensions and materials. Dulando offers free in-home design consultations. Tell our professional designer precisely what you’re looking for to get the most from the visit. Don’t be shy. Once we understand your vision, we can help you create a plan to build your sunroom. We don’t offer cookie-cutter solutions. Instead, we listen carefully and work to create a custom sunroom that’s the perfect fit for your needs, your space, and your budget. After talking with you, we’ll take careful measurements. Then, we’ll create a design that’s tailored to your specific situation.
Secure Building Permits
Is the thought of obtaining permits intimidating? When Dulando is adding a sunroom for you, there’s no need to worry. We handle all permitting. If necessary, we can also assist you with gaining the approval of your homeowners’ association. We must tell you that permitting does take quite a bit of time. It’s entirely outside our control. However, because we understand the process, all documents are submitted promptly.
Quality Building Materials
It’s impossible for a sunroom contractor to build a superior product with inferior materials. At Dulando, we make it a point to use only high-quality materials from trusted manufacturers like Phifer and Structall. We combine these building blocks with top-notch craftsmanship. Our skilled fabricators meticulously build the pieces needed for your sunroom in our warehouse and complete the build at your home. All construction complies with the latest Florida Building Codes and city or county ordinances.
The Installation Process
When installing your sunroom nears, you’ll get a call to confirm the dates. Remember that inclement weather can cause the schedule to shift. This may take a few appointments to include flooring, walls, roof, and interior modifications. Our installers are trained professionals and will make every effort to treat your property with respect. We want to make sure to do the job right the first time.
Keeping it Local
Why is choosing a local sunroom contractor smart? Working with a local contractor means having a professional at the helm who knows the relevant building codes and regulations. That’s especially important in the Sunshine State. After all, we don’t just deal with sunny skies. Mother Nature also treats us to plenty of high winds and heavy rains. Florida’s building codes consider our inclement weather. Dulando is used to designing and building sunrooms that can stand up to Florida’s tumultuous weather.
Adding a sunroom is a fantastic way to enhance your living space. Having high expectations for your new space is natural. At Dulando, we welcome the chance to exceed those expectations. If you’re already envisioning your completed sunroom, give us a call to make your dream a reality. If you have questions about sunroom construction or are seeking a contractor to help you create your perfect sunroom, reach out to us today.