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March 6, 2013

Preparing Your Sunroom for Spring

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Sunroom in the sunDaylight Saving Time begins on Sunday! As many of you already know, the rules of Daylight Saving Time are “Spring Forward, Fall Back,” helping everyone remember that in the spring, you should turn your clocks forward.  This means we’ll gain an hour of sunlight at the end of each day. Sunroom owners everywhere will be rejoicing! That is, everywhere except Arizona and Hawaii – they don’t observe Daylight Saving Time, and so nothing will change for them.

In New England, the sun has been setting between five and six pm each night. Sunroom owners who work during the day have barely been able to appreciate their sunrooms at all during the winter. As we launch into spring with the clock change, these poor sunroom owners may be able to catch some rays if they rush right home right after the end of the traditional workday.

So, since more opportunities for enjoying the sunroom will be available, why not spruce it up this year? Here are some suggestions for maximizing your sunroom experience.

Change of color scheme. Switching one minor detail like the color scheme of the interior of your sunroom can make it feel like a whole new room. Many times, this can be achieved by changing the accents of the room without even having to move any furniture. Get the family involved and let your children help pick out new colors.

Comfort. Sure, those wicker chairs look quaint and adorable, but sometimes they can be a little uncomfortable. One solution is to add cushions – the right fabric can add a homey touch that you didn’t know you were missing. Another solution is to replace them with the most comfortable chairs or sofas you can find. Overstuffed armchairs can provide just the right support for curling up with a great book in the most beautiful room of your house.

Get an inspection. If you’re noticing any signs of condensation inside your sunroom glass, cracks in your windows, leaks, draftiness, or other flaws, your sunroom is in dire need of some upkeep. If left unchecked, many minor problems become disastrously expensive to fix. Don’t risk your beautiful sunroom or your bank account – consult the professionals before it’s too late! We provide a complete range of services when it comes to sunroom maintenance and repair.

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