What To Look For When Choosing A Sunroom CompanySelecting the right dealer.
One of the best ways to find a reputable company is to seek referrals from people who recently had sunrooms installed. Interview and meet with the recommended contractors to discuss your plans and ideas. Ask them for references and see the work they have done. Check their references but realize that contractors usually provide a list of their most satisfied customers.

Focus on quality and trust when you meet with a contractor instead of budget and timeline. It is important to trust the contractor who will be working on your
home - your largest investment. Be cautious of lowball bids. When considering quality, “you get what you pay for” applies here.

Make sure that the contractor is licensed and insured with a reputable firm. Ask if they are a member of local or national homebuilder’s and remodeling associations. Ask how long a company has been in business. Choose an established company who will be around to provide you with assistance should a future problem arise.

"We really enjoy the peace and quiet of our sunroom. It's wonderful to be able to look out at the birds, deer, and fox from the comfort of our sunroom."

John D.
Janesville, WI

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Make sure the company answers all of your questions to give you enough information to make an educated buying decision. Check with your local Better Business Bureau to see if there are any complaints on file – and whether those complaints were resolved.

If the contractor has a showroom, check out their workmanship and the quality of their materials. The company should provide you with accurate to-the-penny pricing, without any hidden costs. Be careful about estimates or bids – they are often unreliable and you may find yourself paying more for the project than you were led to believe.

The company should use their own crews to install the room. The contractor/foreman should supervise the project with regular on site visits. The company should have a process to immediately notify you of changes or delays in the schedule. The company should take care of obtaining the building permit and arrange for the final inspection. Make sure that the company does in fact pull a permit; this is their responsibility. Without a valid permit and certificate of occupancy, you might not be able to sell your home with the sunroom in place.

The company should provide you with a complete and thorough walk through inspection of the finished product. Make sure the company or contractor warrants their materials for several years and wants you to be totally satisfied with your sunroom.