Friday, October 15, 2010

Haha. 350.

So here is something to consider: what exactly are sunrooms? I often (not often) hear people talk about them, but the must be more to it than what is implied. Are you people talking about a room that the sun shines into? Yeah, we all have those. Most windows are pretty good about letting in the sunshine.

Maybe the person who invented sunrooms was actually just a big sweetheart. Perhaps they thought, "I wish there was a way to invent something that I could gift to everyone instantly. I've got it! I will just say that rooms that have windows are called 'sunrooms.' Boom! I am such a sweetheart!" This has to be the answer, because if someone tries to tell me that rooms need a certain amount of windows to be a sunroom I am going to go crazy.

People can't just change something without really changing it and then charge someone to build it. "Oh, you want an extra closet in here? Well that would actually turn this into a caveroom, and that is going to cost you a little extra. Such is life." I would like to think contractors wouldn't be so rudely poetic, but I think at this point it is pretty clear that they ARE.

Ed Note: This blog was not written in Milford MA.


  1. i feel strongly about this topic. for once. weird. there is no required NUMBER of windows in a sunroom because sunrooms have only windows, no walls made of wall material. walls made of windows, if you will. or sliding glass doors if you come to my house. which is not far from milford, massachusetts. blah.