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6 Ways in Which A Covered or Screened-In Porch Makes An Ideal Investment for Home


There are many benefits to having a covered or screened-in porch. You may know of some already such as adding a beautiful appearance to a home, but there actually many other ways that you can benefit from opting to have a covered or screened-in porch. Let's look at 6 different reasons why these porch options are valuable. 

Adding Value to Your Home

When shopping for a home, many individuals and families are looking for something that makes the house special; something that makes it a home. Covered and screened-in porches do just that. They add a warm feel that not all houses offer. This makes the house more appealing and more valuable. 

A Safe Haven

Everyone needs an area of their home where they can sit and relax or even entertain. Covered and Screened-in porches provide that area. Whether needed for an early morning coffee and paper-reading session, winding down in the evening after a hard day's work, or having friends over for a celebration, these porches meet that need for peace and socialization.



Added Space

Not only do covered and screened-in porches serve as a haven or space for vehicles, they are also added space to the floor plans of a house which can be a good selling point. The versatility of our products allow purchasers to choose what need they will meet. 

Low-cost Construction

Covered and screened-in porches are luxurious but still affordable. Whether you are adding on to an existing house or incorporating the design of your porch into the construction of the home, we can provide you with low-cost construction with high-quality materials.

Easy to Use 

Our porch covers are user-friendly and custom made to fit any size porch. No matter what type of porch it is (even carports), you can rest assured that it will be a breeze. 

Strength and Durability 

Not only are our covered porches and screened-in designs beautiful, they also last. Our products are made from high-quality aluminum, which make them resistant to insect infestation, rust, warping, and cracking. There is little to no maintenance required. They contain a waterproof barrier that is shown to be steadfast in protecting from rain and other elements. We also offer a lifetime warranty with our excellent porch options.




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