This project began as a screen porch addition and evolved into a full 4-season room after an accident struck this family leaving one of their children in a wheel chair.  

The property has a pretty dramatic elevation change from front to back making it less conducive  for accessibility to the exterior spaces.  The impetus for this project was creating a space where the family of 5 could easily gather on the main floor with the feeling of being outside, yet could be used year-round.   The cathedral ceiling on the interior gives a more spacious appeal to the modest addition and the all white walls and trim helped to maximize the space of the room.  Accents of color where captured by the new set of french doors, the wood beams on the ceiling and the furnishings.  Since the addition is elevated just above the grade, this created an opportunity for a covered patio space below for entertaining with friends – or as a more quiet space where the married couple  could enjoy a glass of wine, all accessed through the existing basement french doors.  


240 s.f.  Sunroom Addition with Covered Patio Below

Approximate cost

$70,000 – $90,000

What We Did

Designed and built, from foundation to finish

Meyer Brothers is one of the best contractors we have ever worked with. This project was our first addition in three homes. Our past experience has been strictly a remodel within the footprint. Meyer brothers started with a sketch of the sunroom we wanted and proceeded to make my dream space a reality. Innovating during the exchange to make sure every design detail functioned well. From our experience with Jeremy to the build team, we always received professional service. The quality and craftsmanship were really appreciated by the entire family. Meyer Brothers was able to finish the project in a timely manner, meeting our Memorial Day deadline.

Stefanie FeltnerApril 2017 - Houzz