There are few architectural features as
southern as the Screened in Porch. And lets not leave out the West. A spot to sip iced tea, watch the kids play
in the yard, or enjoy a good book on the porch swing. Screened porches have
stood the test of time for a reason, and continue to be a popular addition to
homes. Especially in the South, thanks to their many benefits. If you’re
looking for ways to add value to your home and enjoy the outdoors, check out
these BEST OF BOTH WORLDS
The number one reason to screen-in or build
a screened porch is: that it provides the best of both worlds. You’re
outside, but protected from sun, rain, and other outdoor hazards. Feel the
breeze, smell the rain, watch the fireflies, listen to the night sounds. You
can enjoy it all from your cozy screened in porch, the original outdoor room.GIVE ME SHELTER
Outdoor living spaces are more popular than
ever. Everything, from outdoor kitchens to lounge areas. Because screened in
porches protect you and your family from the elements. You can make them even
more comfortable and attractive than other areas. Area's that expose you to
sun, wind, and rain. Have you ever had to eat dinner outdoors while shooing
gnats away from your burger and potato salad? Then you can appreciate the value
of a screened-in dining area.BYE-BYE BUGS
Bugs are a fact of life in most states,
especially in the South. From mosquitoes and yellow jackets to gnats and
“no-see-ums.” A screened-in porch lets you step outside for some fresh
air without having to coat yourself in bug spray. Screens also help keep
unwanted insects and wildlife off your porch.PETS NEED A VIEW, TOO
Speaking of “wildlife,” screened porches
aren’t only a pleasure for people. They also provide an area for your pets to
cool off and relax while still enjoying the sights, sounds, & smells.ADDING VALUE
Attractive outdoor spaces add a lot of appeal
to buyers. Besides enjoying your screened porch, it can also make your home
more valuable if you decide to sell.So
there you have it! The 5 Advantages to having a screened in porch, even in
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Before air conditioning became widespread, the screened porch was considered
a necessity in many areas as a respite from intense heat, especially as a safe,
cool place to rest at night. Then, as different notions of “outdoor rooms” for
all sorts of ...
The best time to sell is generally anytime between mid-April
and October 1, said Scott Sheldon, a senior loan officer at Sonoma County
Mortgages, in California,
and a Credit.com contributor. "The weather is nice...
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