If you prefer the look of a traditionally built room addition but desire the natural light that a sunroom provides, Complete Home Construction will design and build you a custom home extension. A Traditionally Built Sunroom Home Extension can offer endless configuration and design options to create an space and feel that meets your specific needs.

Learn more about our traditional sunrooms by viewing the Features and Benefits section below.

Helpful Information

Sunroom vs. Room Addition?

Deciding which type of room addition is best for your home can be challenging. A sunroom is an all-encompassing term that can be used to describe a three season room, four season room or solarium. One of the biggest differences between a traditional room addition and a sunroom is the amount of outdoor visibility and cost.

Pricing & Cost Factors

At Complete Home Construction, we understand that adding a traditionally built addition to your home can be a big expense. Every home has its own unique characteristics that must be factored in to each sunroom designed. This is why the same room on a different home can have the cost vary with items such as, type of foundation, connection to home, is it a bungalow or a two story, exterior cladding, roof type, window options, do you require a concrete foundation or deck and post,? This why you will not find Sunroom Addition Cost listed on our website.

For more information about our financing options, visit our Specials & Financing page.

Warranty Information

We offer a Limited Lifetime Warranty on every one of our custom-made enclosures. It covers all manufacturers’ products, including glass, roof panels, framing, seals and more. Patio Enclosures takes every step to ensure your sunroom will perform for a lifetime.


Our traditionally-framed sunrooms are traditional room additions constructed with conventional materials like wood, drywall and insulation. They’re designed and built as a true extension of your existing home.

What makes our traditional sunrooms unique is the fact that we can fill your room with as many custom-made, energy-efficient windows and doors in an endless number of configurations as you wish – creating a unique and light-abundant oasis. Our traditional sunrooms aren’t constructed with just any windows and doors. Our rooms utilize premium windows and patio doors, which have among the highest structural and thermal ratings in the industry.

Double-Hung Windows

  • One of our most popular window styles, double-hung windows have operable top and bottom sashes, both of which tilt out for easy cleaning.
  • Learn more about Double-Hung Windows.

Casement and Awning Windows

  • Casement and awning windows effortlessly crank open with the use of a folding handle mounted to the frame.
  • Learn more about Casement and Awning Windows

Sliding Windows

  • Sliding windows effortlessly slide back and forth on a track similar to a sliding patio door.
  • Learn more about Sliding Windows

Bay and Bow Windows

  • Bay windows are typically comprised of three individual windows seated within a wood shell. The center window is normally fixed (it is designed not to open) and the windows flanking either side of the fixed window are typically double-hung or casement windows.
  • Bow windows typically curve into more of an arch and are comprised of multiple casement or double-hung windows all the same size.
  • Learn more about Sliding Windows


Entry and Sliding Glass Doors

  • If your traditional sunroom will have an entry point to the outside, it’s important to consider a patio door for this room.
  • Sliding glass patio doors provide the easy care of vinyl combined with outstanding, long-term performance.
  • All of our patio doors are manufactured for security and durability.
  • Our doors are easy to clean, and are equipped with a door sash that glides easily across high-quality rollers.
  • Choose from a variety of sliding options and sizes from two-pane to three-pane as well.


Window and Door Color Options

  • Windows and patio doors come in six standard interior colors including white, beige, light oak woodgrain, medium oak woodgrain, cherry woodgrain and walnut woodgrain.
  • Standard exterior colors include: white, beige, boone brown, brown, clay, cocoa, hunter green and redwood.
  • Windows can also be made with unlimited custom exterior colors. Simply provide us a swatch and your windows will be custom made to match.

Hardware Finish Options

  • Your windows wouldn’t be complete without selecting the hardware finish that complements the rest of your room.
  • Choose from white, beige, brown, bright brass, antique brass and satin nickel.

Custom Shapes

  • Looking for a truly unique window? Windows come in over 25 specialty shapes so you can create a one-of-a-kind space.

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