Texas Home Contractor has been designing and building sunrooms and room additions for decades. With our decades of experience designing, marketing, selling and building sunrooms, screen rooms, solariums and conservatories you can be confident in Texas Home Contractor’s products, skills and expertise to ensure your sunroom will last a lifetime and give you years of enjoyment.

Sunrooms are unlike average room additions whereas the wall systems are structurally designed to produce maximum natural sunlight. We offer 2”, 3” and thermally broken 4” wall systems that include double XX horizontal sliders or double hung with upper and lower transoms for increased sunlight. The Insulated glass units come tempered with a Low E tint to maximize energy efficiency and safety.

Installing a thermal break between an aluminum post and beam lowers the thermal conductivity and reduces the flow of thermal energy between the conductive materials. Basically it keeps the cold out in the winter and the heat out in the summer keeping your new sunroom the same temperature as your home.

As Patio Enclosure specialists we will assist you in planning and designing the correct sunroom to fit your homes architectural style. Whether you are searching for a Studio, Gabel, Solarium, Garden or Conservatory the expert design consultants at Texas Home Contractor can create the sunroom of your dreams.

All of our specially designed sunrooms include; UL Listed Raceways for the electrical components and have AAMA (American Architectural Manufacturers Association) Gold Certifications. We offer 3” and 4” interlocking roof panel systems with internal aluminum fan beams for your ceiling fan. The fill panels come with Stucco or Futura textures and you can even add Skylites if you desire.

Texas Home Contractor offers our clients several sunroom manufacturers to choose from including; Temo, Metals USA and C-Thru. Our sunrooms are IAPMO Approved and Energy Star Qualified which means they have been manufactured designed and tested to withstand severe weather and high wind loads throughout the nation according to Federal, State and Local building codes.

As a top sunroom installation company you can rest assured that all of our installation crews have been factory and field trained insuring you a fast and highly efficient project. We carry all of the State Licensing requirements and Insurances to protect your home and your family.

Your home is most likely the single largest investment that you have ever made. Texas Home Contractor Sunrooms offer so much more than just square footage. They are a place where you can relax, and spend quality time with your family and friends. You can gaze at the stars, watch the trees and wildlife in your backyard, play a game of pool or hop into the Jacuzzi all in the comfort of your own home. So if you are seeking a tranquil environment or if you are looking to add on extra space a new sunroom from Texas Home Contractor may just be the right fit for you. You will get a high quality product that will last a lifetime and increase the value of your home at an affordable price.

The first step in building the sunroom or patio enclosure of your dreams is to contact the professional design consultants at Texas Home Contractor. We will be happy to meet with you and your family in the convenience of your home for a FREE In-Home Consultation without any obligations. During this design consultation we can display our products to you, help you decide which sunroom style will fit your homes style along with your needs, draw up the plans, give you an exact price for the project, obtain the building permit and then build the sunroom that you and your family have always desired. It is that simple.

Here are some things to consider when planning your sunroom

Texas Home Contractor has been a premier supplier of sunrooms, screen rooms, solariums, conservatories and patio enclosures for decades so they know everything there is to know about sunroom planning and design.

Since we offer FREE In-Home Consultations we like to educate our clients on what to expect before our design consultant arrives. The more educated our clients are will help achieve the best possible results for the both of us. Here is some important information that you may want to think about and discuss with our representative.

  • What will your sunroom be used for?

Whether you want to simply enclose your existing patio cover, add square footage to your family room or master bedroom, build a new room for your pool table or Jacuzzi the planning and design of you sunroom is crucial. You want to make sure that the new sunroom adds to the natural architectural flow of your home and does not look like an addition. By understanding what your sunroom will be used for will assist us in determining what size, style and shape will best fit your needs.

  • Become familiar with local construction codes

Even though Texas Home Contractor are experts in dealing with local building departments it is often good for the client to understand how, what and why we are building a certain style or shape. Structural codes, engineering codes and energy efficiency codes are just a few codes that we need to deal with. We will ensure that your new sunroom will conform and be engineered and built to all building codes regulated by your local building department.

  • Where is the best place to position your room?

Depending on what your room will be used for will help determine what possible position to place it at. We need to position your room where you will have easy access, receive an ample supply of natural sunlight, get the best possible unobstructed views and conform to your homes natural architecture.

  • What are the best materials to use?

When it comes to sunrooms, solariums, patio enclosures and conservatories energy efficiency is of utmost importance. A room that is too hot in the summer will be unbearable to enjoy. A room that is too cold in the winter will be avoided and unused. At Texas Home Contractor we offer thermally broken rooms that maintain a temperature between 70 and 80 degrees. You can choose between single pane or dual pane units, aluminum or vinyl windows, clear or Low E glass that is Energy Star Qualified.

  • How to find a reputable contractor?
  1. Make sure your contractor has been in business for at least 5 years and has references and pictures of prior projects for your review. Call some of their references and find out what other clients are saying about the products and services that they have received. A picture tells a thousand words, by viewing these pictures you will be able to see what your completed sunroom or patio enclosure will look like.
  2. Ask about the manufacturer’s warranty. Remember a warranty is only as good as the manufacturer and installation company behind it.
  3. Ensure that your contractor has all of the proper licensing and insurance requirements available before you sign a contract.
  4. Ask the design consultant about the installation procedures and how long the project will take to complete. Have the representative write down the completion time lines and directly incorporate them into the contract.


ENERGY STAR is the government-backed trusted symbol for energy efficiency. Its symbol identifies highly efficient produces and designates superior energy performance to save energy and money and help protect the environment. All the windows and doors used in Texas Home Contractor Sunrooms are ENERGY STAR qualified.

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Solar Heat Gain Coefficient (SHGC) measures how well a product blocks heat caused by sunlight. The SHGC is the fraction of incident solar radiation admitted through a window, both directly transmitted, and absorbed and subsequently released inward. SHGC is expressed as a number between 0 and 1. The lower a window’s solar heat gain coefficient, the less solar heat it transmits.