Naperville, IL three season sunroom, completed 2020. These homeowners started with a brick patio off their kitchen that they wanted to add a sunroom to. You’ll see in the photos how we removed the bricks from the area we were working on. The concrete foundation had to be just right so the step down from the kitchen was level. Once that was done, we could put the framing up.
These homeowners are thrilled with the results! The finished sunroom has a studio style roof, concealed electrical, and its own draining system. A few of the other features they chose was:
- Single pane windows
- 3″ inch thick foam insulation
- Ceiling Fan
Envy Home Services is a premier sunroom contractor serving Illinois residents. Aside from this Naperville, IL three season sunroom, we have completed other projects in the surrounding areas. Check out these sunrooms in Schaumburg, Downers Grove, Bolingbrook and Roselle.
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Elk Grove Village, IL three season gable sunroom, completed 2019. These homeowners started with a studio style screen room and a wooden deck. They wanted to remove the old sunroom and install a new gable roof sunroom that would better match the esthetic of the roof...
Wheaton, IL three season studio sunroom, completed 2020. These homeowners had an old mossy patio they wanted to replace with a sunroom. We removed the old patio and landscaping, and built an enclosed patio. Before Pictures See Our Reviews on Home Advisor...
Chicago, IL three season sunroom, completed in 2019. These homeowners had a spacious back yard with a deck they want to turn into a sunroom. We removed the old deck and poured new foundation. You’ll see that the new wooden frame comes right up to the back door....
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