A little cabin fever is normal when the weather outside starts becoming nice. When you start to feel boxed in, then it may be time to start thinking outside the box with the addition of a patio enclosure to repurpose some of that unused space into a year-round oasis of shade, relaxation, and comfort. On top of that, a patio enclosure can also increase your home’s property value.
Benefits of a New Patio Room…
Even in the best of weather, a home’s patio space may tend to be underutilized, since bugs tend to be a problem point for some guests. Then there are those days when the rain, heat and/or humidity can limit the enjoyment of the outdoors. Thus, the decision to add a patio enclosure to an existing home can reap immediate benefits for you and for company.
Bugs and unbearable weather? Problem solved. Plus, you will expand your living space, and add to the beauty and functionality of your home.
The wide variety of available options allow for an enclosed porch solution for any home. From outdoor curtain systems that can be installed over a weekend to complex systems that are installed by factory-trained technicians, there is an outdoor patio solution for all tastes and budgets. Finally, a patio room is practically maintenance free, so that leaves plenty of time to enjoy the dramatic new space without having to worry about keeping it standing and in good condition.
Types of Patio Rooms
The versatility of patio rooms and enclosures is another big perk, since homeowners can customize their addition to fit in with the rest of the home – after all, it is an extension of the living space. These new enclosures come in a variety of colors and are resistant to mold. Aluminum enclosures are less expensive for those on a budget.
Modern, professionally-installed patio rooms are available in a variety of different materials. Among these, vinyl is one of the most popular, because of its durability, low maintenance, and ease of installation. There is no shortage of ways to take on this project.
For more information on patio rooms and enclosures and which might be right for you, give us a call at (937) 435-2000, or message us through our contact page.
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