A custom sunroom can range from the very simple to the extremely opulent. Custom-made sunrooms may be a great choice if you are looking for a sunroom that architecturally suits your interior and exterior design.
Custom models allow you to choose, height, design and many unique features including French or sliding doors or windows that open. Custom-made sunrooms can be designed with beautifully detailed crown molding and can feature hand crafted metallic decorations.
There are many companies that are experienced and knowledgeable sunroom builders. If you are considering having your sunroom or conservatory custom-made, here's a few considerations to keep in mind:
- Ask friends and neighbors for a referral as you may have more success with a contractor that is recommended to you than one you phone at random. If you can't find a referral, search through member listings of professional trade and contracting associations.
- Ensure that the contractor is licensed and has proper insurance coverage.
- An architect or a general contractor may take on the responsibility of overseeing the project by hiring appropriate trades people and monitoring the process. Often if a homeowner hires different trades people then they assume many additional responsibilities and liabilities.
- Be clear about what you want. That way, you ensure that every contractor provides an estimate that can be compared to others.
- Make sure you have a written contract that clearly specifies all aspects of the project including payment dates, warranty information and timelines.
A reputable architect or contractor can be a wise choice for a homeowner as an experienced licensed professional has a better understanding of local and national building and fire code requirements.
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