Category : Using Your Space
For years Man Caves have been found in spare bedrooms, basements, and garages. Now it is finally time for the sunroom to be the new Man Cave!
We have been building sunrooms and enclosing screen porches and patios for over 30 years, and we have seen them take on many uses.
- Extra dining room
- Relaxation room
- Reading room
- Spot to see the view of the ocean or golf course
But more and more we are seeing them turned into man caves. It does not take much extra once our job done, or you can have us do it for you.
Here are the basics I would recommend for a sunroom man cave:
- A decent size television. This is a necessity for watching sports or zombie movies. Depending on the sunroom type, be sure you buy a TV that’s will hold up out there, and position it so the glare does not affect it at prime viewing times either.
- A good celing fan. Buy one that looks nice and is big enough to deliver good air movement.
- Climate control. A new sunroom, especially one that enclosed a screen room was not engineered to run off your home’s AC and heat as efficiently as rooms in the main house. I always recommend additional HVAC so you can maintain your comfort.
- Comfortable furniture. You don’t have to keep the all-weather patio furniture in there. Drag your favorite chair out there or go buy a new one.
Those are the basics. If you really want to jazz it up, here are a few more recommendations:
- Decor in your style, usually a favorite sports team or hobby
- A fully stocked bar
- A coffee table humidor
- Poker table
If we can help you fulfill your man cave dreams with a sunroom space, be sure to give us a call.
Dave, the guy who has a sunroom with a private infrared sauna in it
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Ocean Breeze Exterior Remodeling
Our showroom is located at 739 Sandy Lane in Surfside Beach, SC