Stoneridge Outdoor Living
Outdoor living projects FAQs
Explore our comprehensive FAQ page for all the answers you need regarding outdoor living solutions. From design and installation to maintenance and warranty, we cover a wide range of topics to ensure you have the information necessary to make informed decisions. Get clarity and peace of mind with our FAQ section.
Every room addition we design and build fits a specific purpose. The type you choose depends on how you plan to use the space. At Stoneridge Outdoor Living, we specialize in a variety of home additions that blend indoor and outdoor living. These include sunrooms, conservatories, three-season rooms, four-season rooms, screened rooms, patio enclosures, and more. Our experts can help you compare each option to determine what’s best for your needs.
A LifeRoom is a rediscovery and grand improvement over the traditional sunroom or screened porch. This exclusive offering from Stoneridge Outdoor Living delivers more than just a room—it creates an experience with custom mood lighting, temperature control, motorized privacy screens, and more. In short, you get the charm of a screened porch with the year-round usability of a sunroom.
Your addition will remain beautifully intact for many years to come, thanks to tempered glass windows, durable structural supports, and other high-end building materials. Ask us about our lifetime warranty and enjoy peace of mind with coverage against glass breakage, seal failure, and more.
Whether you’re installing a new deck or replacing an old one that has rotted away, you want the addition to stand the test of time. Composite decking does just that, withstanding the harshest of applications—including direct ground or water contact—with no staining, sealing, or treating for the lifetime of the product. Choose from a range of colors and natural-looking wood grain patterns to suit your aesthetic tastes.
While resurfacing a deck may seem like a cost-effective option, replacing it offers numerous benefits. It allows for a complete overhaul, addressing underlying structural issues, upgrading outdated materials, and providing an opportunity to reimagine the space with modern designs, enhanced safety features, and increased longevity.
Installing new windows in your home or room addition requires careful consideration. You must choose an operating style—such as sliding, double-hung, or casement windows—as well as a frame material—such as vinyl, aluminum, or fiberglass. Our experts can help you choose the right style and material for the application you have in mind.
While the exact timeline depends on the scale and scope of the project, you can expect the work to take days, not weeks. We complete projects efficiently, enabling quick turnaround times that allow you to start enjoying the new space as soon as possible.
The size, shape, design, materials used, and location are just a few factors that affect the cost of sunroom additions. The best way to receive an accurate estimate is to schedule a free consultation with Stoneridge Outdoor Living.
As long as the project is expertly designed and built, then yes! A home addition from Stoneridge Outdoor Living helps you enjoy the ever-changing scenery on your property like never before. The finished product also adds square footage to your home, thereby increasing its resale value if you ever decide to move.
While the cost of a new sunroom may require an upfront investment, it is important to consider the long-term value it brings. The added square footage, increased livability, and aesthetic appeal can make it a worthwhile investment. Additionally, the enjoyment and lifestyle benefits gained from having a sunroom can outweigh the initial cost, making it a valuable addition to your home.
Brushed paver patios offer a natural and timeless aesthetic, with a textured surface that enhances traction and prevents slipping. They are low maintenance, durable, and can be easily repaired. Stamp concrete patios, on the other hand, offer versatility with a wide range of patterns and colors, replicating the look of natural materials like stone or brick. They are durable, long-lasting, and provide a smooth, uniform surface that is easy to clean and maintain.