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We have collected data nationwide to help calculate the average cost of sunrooms in the US. The following are average costs and prices reported back to us:

Cost of Building a Sunroom

$7,500.00 fixed-fee for 10'x10' three-season room (Range: $5,750.00 - $9,250.00)
$80.00 per square foot (four-season room) (Range: $75.00 - $85.00)
$97.17 per square foot (three-season room) (Range: $80.47 - $113.87)
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Cost of a Sunroom Addition

Adding a sunroom to a home usually costs about $80.47 to $113.87 per square foot. However, there are always variables that may impact the total cost of construction. For example, your geographic location and the quality of materials used may have a significant influence on the final price tag.

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Sunrooms Cost Data

44309, Akron, Ohio - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$77.00 to $109.00 per square foot (three-season room)
Manhours for sunroom installation are included in price. Cost estimate includes adding a three-season room to an existing structural base, installing standard-grade windows, siding, roofing and fixtures, and installing electrical access. Does not include installing insulation, extending heating and/or cooling system, installing plumbing, and pulling permits.

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91734, El Monte, California - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$97.71 to $138.32 per square foot (three-season room)
Includes sunroom construction labor cost. There is no additional charge for building a three-season sunroom onto an existing patio, deck, or slab foundation, standard materials (windows, siding, roofing, etc.), and basic electrical wiring. Price does not take into account insulation, HVAC, plumbing work, and construction permits.

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39401, Hattiesburg, Mississippi - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$70.76 to $100.17 per square foot (three-season room)
This is an estimated price for sunroom construction. Also includes standard three-season room addition with builder-grade materials (windows, siding, and roofing) and standard electrical work. Cost does not include insulation, HVAC, plumbing work, and construction permits.

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28801, Asheville, North Carolina - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$77.85 to $110.20 per square foot (three-season room)
This estimate includes sunroom installation. Cost does include adding a three-season room to an existing structural base, installing standard-grade windows, siding, roofing and fixtures, and installing electrical access. The estimate excludes installing insulation, extending heating and/or cooling system, installing plumbing, and pulling permits.

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73034, Edmond, Oklahoma - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$70.53 to $99.84 per square foot (three-season room)
This is an average sunroom construction price. Also includes building a three-season sunroom onto an existing patio, deck, or slab foundation, standard materials (windows, siding, roofing, etc.), and basic electrical wiring. Additional cost for insulation, HVAC, plumbing work, and construction permits.

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92711, Santa Ana, California - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$105.34 to $149.11 per square foot (three-season room)
Estimate for sunroom installation is included. No additional charge for adding a three-season room to an existing structural base, installing standard-grade windows, siding, roofing and fixtures, and installing electrical access. Cost does not take into account installing insulation, extending heating and/or cooling system, installing plumbing, and pulling permits.

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42003, Paducah, Kentucky - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$67.22 to $95.16 per square foot (three-season room)
Labor is included. Estimate accounts for adding a three-season room to an existing structural base, installing standard-grade windows, siding, roofing and fixtures, and installing electrical access. Doesn't include installing insulation, extending heating and/or cooling system, installing plumbing, and pulling permits.

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75460, Paris, Texas - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$68.45 to $96.90 per square foot (three-season room)
Cost includes manhours for sunroom installation. No additional charge for adding a three-season room to an existing structural base, installing standard-grade windows, siding, roofing and fixtures, and installing electrical access. No installing insulation, extending heating and/or cooling system, installing plumbing, and pulling permits included.

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33909, Cape Coral, Florida - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$73.61 to $104.20 per square foot (three-season room)
Cost assumes a typical sunroom construction. Estimate accounts for building a three-season sunroom onto an existing patio, deck, or slab foundation, standard materials (windows, siding, roofing, etc.), and basic electrical wiring. Price does not account for insulation, HVAC, plumbing work, and construction permits.

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79604, Abilene, Texas - September 2, 2020

Building a Sunroom

$70.30 to $99.52 per square foot (three-season room)
Estimate includes labor. Cost takes into account adding a three-season room to an existing structural base, installing standard-grade windows, siding, roofing and fixtures, and installing electrical access. Excludes installing insulation, extending heating and/or cooling system, installing plumbing, and pulling permits.

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