Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show
Stop by our display at the 2012 Duquesne Light Home & Garden Show at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center (booth #119) in Downtown Pittsburgh March 2nd -11thRead More»
The deck looks great and working with your people was a pleasant experience.
— Bethel Park, PA
Screened-In Deck or Patio Enclosures
Our custom built enclosures are designed to compliment the unique characteristics of every home. We construct our deck enclosures with premium grade wood with shingled roof systems. Skylights, ceiling fans, and inlaid pine or cedar are a superior option to the typical aluminum patio enclosure.
Screened-in deck or patio enclosures offer an outside environment that is insect free and can be upgraded at any time to an all-year-round room addition.
By far the most interesting and decorative design, the carousel roof. All joists connect at a single location in the center of the room. A carousel roof, screened porch with high ceiling and multi-sided walls offers a fantistic feel and classic new England look. A ceiling fan is a great finishing touch for this room in a virtually 360º view.
The gable screened porch design flows but contrasts the homes existing roofline adding a bit more complexity and drama. As with all our screened porch designs, maximum visibility of the outdoors is very important. Alowing the home owner torelax enjoying the outdoors without the hassle of insects. From early morning coffee while reading the paper to evening family time. The gable roof design screen porch follows the same objective of all Affordable Decks and Additions and that is maximum enjoyment for the home owner
The studio roof style screened porch has a lower-pitched roof. Generally speaking is a inexpensive alternative to Gable and Carousel roofs. Because the design of the studio style is more accommodating, it is easily installed without the 'add-on look' and blends well with most existing roof lines.
The gable screened-in porch has a strong, pitched roof system that blends well with a home’s existing roof line. Both styles can include fan beams, transoms and Low-E windows.