When Myrtle Beach area residents Rosalie and Robert Cook wanted to add more natural sunlight to their home, they moved ahead confidently with plans to expand their house.
“We believe our new sunroom is a long-term investment that enriches our lives now and will have solid payback in the future,” says homeowner Robert Cook. “Our decision to have energy-efficient Simonton windows incorporated into the two-story structure gives us the peace-of-mind of knowing that all the added sunlight coming into our home won’t increase our energy bills.”
For the Cooks, what started as a simple screen porch conversion soon blossomed into an award-winning sunroom addition. Thanks to the support of Jones & Company, the exterior of the Cook family home now boasts a 500-square foot space that dramatically changed the home and the living patterns of the occupants.
“We spend so much time in the sunroom that it’s hard to remember what it was like before we had it built,” says Rosalie Cook. “Jones & Company created a bump-out brick-enclosed sunroom that floods sunlight into our home. This room has turned into our favorite in-home getaway.”
To achieve the stunning transformation, Jones & Company relied on energy-efficient Simonton ProFinish new construction windows. “We surrounded a French-style door leading onto the patio with fixed Picture and Geometric windows to create a feature window wall,” says Michael Fuller, vice president with Jones & Company. “On two sides of the enclosed space we added triple-mulled Double Hung window units topped with Arch fixed windows to complement similar windows used throughout the home.
We’ve installed Simonton windows exclusively in all our room additions and in our own homes as well. This sunroom perfectly reflects how Simonton windows can be used to transform and add more value to a home.”