Raise the hours you can enjoy your outside space by having Sunrooms and More convert your current porch, deck, or Four Seasons Patio Covering into a cost-effective Screen Enclosure with screen rooms in Springdale, AR. You can still enjoy nature even when it’s raining, when the sun is too hot, or when the insects want to join the party by installing screening throughout your patio, porch, or Four Seasons Patio Cover. This inexpensive protection from insects, solar heat, glare, and light rains allows you to spend more time outside.
What are screen rooms?
A screen room is the cheapest and most basic type of enclosed living space. Screened-in porches cannot be heated or cooled, leaving them open to the weather. A screened porch could only be enjoyable when the weather is nice, whereas a sunroom is entirely covered and can be used all year.
Imagine being able to enjoy the summer air without worrying about avoiding pests! Their lightweight aluminum screens from Patio Enclosure screen rooms give you and your family a clear view of the outside and maximize visibility. Our aluminum mesh is corrosion- and sagging-resistant, and our aluminum frames are sturdy enough to withstand harsh environments. Additionally, if you ever upgrade, all their screening rooms may be converted into three-season sunrooms.
Patio covers or screen rooms
The cost of a screen room is slightly lower than that of adding a full-screen room. An existing patio can be enclosed in screening by a screen room. Another fantastic feature is a screen room’s extraordinary ability to keep out pests while enhancing privacy and security.
The history of conservatories dates back to the English countryside in the summer. They now enhance the beauty and elegance of your house. They significantly increase house equity as well. A tastefully decorated conservatory can allow light, serves as a gathering space, or even transform into a lush, comfortable sanctuary garden.
Enclosures for under-truss screen rooms
Screened-in lanais are another name for under-truss screen enclosures. These enclosures are incorporated into the openings of a truss roof. There is no need to construct additional concrete or aluminum buildings because they are erected beneath the primary roof of the house.