Home Architecture / October 17, 2018 / Daniella Epstein.
Spending time on a porch is a beautiful method of relaxing all year round. For the outdoor enthusiast (or the semi-outdoor enthusiast), a porch offers a compromise between indoors and enjoying the vast world outside. However, when you are spending time outdoors, you can be exposed to many different undesirable elements including a variety of insects such as mosquitos and bees. Where we live, mosquitos are a real problem during certain times of the year and can make being outdoors a challenge. Another factor affecting your outdoor experience can be changing weather including rain, wind, or even snow. There are ways to compromise by keeping the benefits of indoor living combined with the knowledge of the great outdoors. We enjoy bird watching in our family, but sometimes the weather is not conducive to spending time out in the woods. We also enjoy our privacy, and a screen porch kit gives us just that something extra without making us feel confined.
Be relatively inexpensive and easy to put together, a screen porch kit @enables you and your family the privacy and protection from outdoor elements which can be lacking with current porch designs. The screens offer respite from inclement weather like wind and rain, while also keeping away pesky insects. An added benefit is they provide some degree of privacy so you can enjoy your porch and your backyard, without feeling prying eyes of the neighbors. A screen porch kit is just the right solution for enjoying the outdoors on a porch while keeping the comfort of the indoors.
There are a large variety of stores where you can find a screen porch kit that is the perfect one for your home. Some merchants will make a custom screen porch kit, using the measurements from your porch. Other packages can be tailored to fit your porch based on the standard size dimensions, and it should not be difficult locating the best screen porch kit options that are available today. If you are the do-it-yourself type of homeowner, you can make your own screened porch and probably save quite a few pennies on the price of a kit by doing it yourself.