Home Addition H & N Custom Homes
Have you been considering a new addition? Maybe you’ve recently been thinking about a screened-in porch, a three season room, or perhaps you need another bedroom as your family grows. It could be that you’ve always wanted an open floor plan and need someone to knock out a few walls. Or maybe it’s just time for a kitchen remodel. Whatever type of addition or renovation you’re looking for, know that home improvement projects. We’re a full-service contractor, which means we can handle any addition or renovation you’re looking for, from a small four-foot addition to a second-floor expansion. Call Us : (609) 488-1898
No matter the project, and no matter the size, we’d love to help. We specialize in three and four season additions, and we also provide general construction services. If you’re thinking about your next home improvement project, give us a call today! We’ll provide you with a free estimate, and can help you decide how best to proceed.
What’s the difference between three and four season room additions?
Since we specialize in three and four season room additions, we thought we’d give you a little bit of information on them. One of the questions we hear often is, “what’s the difference between three and four season room additions?” Obviously, there’s a one season difference, as a three season is meant to be used during the while a four season room is suitable to live in all-year round. But besides the obvious, these two types of additions differ in a few technical ways that it’s important to understand. Here’s an explanation broken down into three main components:
First and foremost, it’s important to look at the differences in construction for three season and four season rooms. Typically, a three season room is added to an existing porch, patio or deck, and requires few structural changes. You probably won’t have to pour new cement, add foundation, or wait too long for the project to be finished. Since a three season room or sunroom requires minimal construction, in some cases they can be completed in as little as a week