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July 28, 2015

When you live a busy life, it can be challenging  to find time to shop for new flooring. But with our free In-Home Shopping service, we make it easy for you to kickstart your next flooring project. Our experienced Rite Rug Flooring professionals will bring a collection of samples right to your home to help you find the right flooring type for your lifestyle, needs and budget. 

Choosing the right flooring can be a daunting task, so it is our goal to help you feel comfortable and confident with your decision. If you are considering new flooring, don’t hesitate a moment longer. Schedule an In-Home Shopping appointment today to transform your home. 

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When you live a busy life, it can be challenging  to find time to shop for new flooring. But with our free In-Home Shopping service, we make it easy for you to kickstart your next flooring project. Our experienced Rite Rug Flooring professionals will bring a collection of samples right to your home to help you find the right flooring type for your lifestyle, needs and budget. 

Choosing the right flooring can be a daunting task, so it is our goal to help you feel comfortable and confident with your decision. If you are considering new flooring, don’t hesitate a moment longer. Schedule an In-Home Shopping appointment today to transform your home. 

July 22, 2015

Sunrooms add warmth and light to a house, but they can do so much more. The possibilities are endless for new sunroom additions and fix-ups. Make yours a living space you will use to entertain guests, relax with a cup of tea or coffee, and enjoy the outdoors even when you cannot get outside. You can use these ideas to turn your sunroom into your favorite room in the house.

Flooring

Choose flooring based on how you plan to use your new sunroom. For rooms that open onto a patio, consider an easy cleaning surface like tile or concrete. A carpet may be a warm and inviting solution for cooler rooms. Popular sunroom flooring today includes: 

• Concrete. Stained concrete looks nice, is cost-effective, and is easy to maintain. For sunrooms that tend to get a lot of light during the day, concrete can also help keep the room cooler than some other flooring types. 

• Laminate. High-quality laminate comes in a variety of different styles, textures and finishes. Get the look you have always wanted with a very durable surface by choosing laminate, which is very easy to clean and tends to be warmer than tile. 

• Carpet. Create a comforting environment with carpet that holds up well against sun exposure. Consider carpet for areas that do not have opening windows or doors and that are not in high traffic areas of the house. 

Energy Efficiency

Sunrooms are typically not as insulated as the rest of the home. Make them more energy-efficient by installing flooring that will combat cold winters if you suspect the room will not get enough light. Install a fan to keep the heat away during summer months. Consider adding gauzy curtains or UV-treated windows to protect your furniture and flooring.

Lighting

While sunrooms are designed for daytime use, they can also be comfortable places to relax at dusk and watch the sunset or read a book. Add a few lamps or a fan light to the space to keep the sunroom warm and inviting for nighttime use. For an energy-efficient solution, consider installing solar tubes in the roof of the sunroom for natural light during the day and night. 

Design and Furnishing

Sunrooms can be full window rooms with skylights or they can feature panels of windows without as much sun exposure during the day. Think about how you want to use your space before deciding on furniture and décor. 

Rooms that open up to a garden or patio area may be perfect as an additional dining space with durable, outdoor furniture. Other sunrooms feature fireplaces so you can enjoy the room year-round. Keep your sunroom open with a few seating options and tables as an extension of your living room. 

Most sunroom designs are perfect for live plants, so add a few pots or hanging plants to create a mini-greenhouse feel in your home. With so many options to choose from, a sunroom can be the flexible, multiuse window to the outdoors you have always wanted.

For other flooring and design tips for your home, visit Rite Rug Flooring

 

 

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Posted by: Rite Rug Blog Administrator

Sunrooms add warmth and light to a house, but they can do so much more. The possibilities are endless for new sunroom additions and fix-ups. Make yours a living space you will use to entertain guests, relax with a cup of tea or coffee, and enjoy the outdoors even when you cannot get outside. You can use these ideas to turn your sunroom into your favorite room in the house.

Flooring

Choose flooring based on how you plan to use your new sunroom. For rooms that open onto a patio, consider an easy cleaning surface like tile or concrete. A carpet may be a warm and inviting solution for cooler rooms. Popular sunroom flooring today includes: 

• Concrete. Stained concrete looks nice, is cost-effective, and is easy to maintain. For sunrooms that tend to get a lot of light during the day, concrete can also help keep the room cooler than some other flooring types. 

• Laminate. High-quality laminate comes in a variety of different styles, textures and finishes. Get the look you have always wanted with a very durable surface by choosing laminate, which is very easy to clean and tends to be warmer than tile. 

• Carpet. Create a comforting environment with carpet that holds up well against sun exposure. Consider carpet for areas that do not have opening windows or doors and that are not in high traffic areas of the house. 

Energy Efficiency

Sunrooms are typically not as insulated as the rest of the home. Make them more energy-efficient by installing flooring that will combat cold winters if you suspect the room will not get enough light. Install a fan to keep the heat away during summer months. Consider adding gauzy curtains or UV-treated windows to protect your furniture and flooring.

Lighting

While sunrooms are designed for daytime use, they can also be comfortable places to relax at dusk and watch the sunset or read a book. Add a few lamps or a fan light to the space to keep the sunroom warm and inviting for nighttime use. For an energy-efficient solution, consider installing solar tubes in the roof of the sunroom for natural light during the day and night. 

Design and Furnishing

Sunrooms can be full window rooms with skylights or they can feature panels of windows without as much sun exposure during the day. Think about how you want to use your space before deciding on furniture and décor. 

Rooms that open up to a garden or patio area may be perfect as an additional dining space with durable, outdoor furniture. Other sunrooms feature fireplaces so you can enjoy the room year-round. Keep your sunroom open with a few seating options and tables as an extension of your living room. 

Most sunroom designs are perfect for live plants, so add a few pots or hanging plants to create a mini-greenhouse feel in your home. With so many options to choose from, a sunroom can be the flexible, multiuse window to the outdoors you have always wanted.

For other flooring and design tips for your home, visit Rite Rug Flooring

 

 

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