Screen room plans are important to think about ahead of time, not just for how you want your screen room to look, but how you plan to use it. Screen rooms provide open-air, outdoor shelter while keeping bugs, rain, and harsh overhead sunlight at bay. They also have the added benefit of improving the resale value of your home.
If you’re interested in a truly valuable home upgrade, you’ll want to consider the following in your screen room plans:
- Does your house have one or two floors? If you have a two-story home, you may want the expansive atmosphere of a screen room with a higher ceiling.
- Which direction does the wall that you want to add a screen room onto face? South-facing walls tend to receive the most sunlight throughout the day, so it’s a good idea to look at options for reducing the amount of sun and UV rays that can filter through the screens, as well as how much the roof can deflect heat from the sun.
- What sort of weather do you generally experience where you are? If you’re concerned about rain and high winds soaking the inside of your screen room, especially while you’re not using it, you might wish to consider what sort of protective coverings are available and how easily they can be added and removed.
To help you decide on what to include in your screen room plans to meet these needs and more, you can turn to TEMO, one of the nation’s most trusted manufacturers of screen rooms, sunrooms, and more. Our screen rooms all feature durable, solid thermal roofs that deflect the heat of the sun to help keep you cool and comfortable. Additionally, they come with superior vinyl sash windows designed to fit over the screens not only keep wind and rain out, but also to deflect up to 99 percent of dangerous UV rays; these sashes are also lightweight and can be easily removed for when you’re ready to enjoy the full openness of your porch. We provide two basic styles with various options to suit your screen room plans for a new screen room: the low Cathedral style, which is an elegant option for single-story homes, and the versatile Studio style, which is easy to install and suits one- and two- story homes equally well. Moreover, all of our products come with a limited lifetime transferable warranty so that you know your investment is protected from replacement costs should any parts have factory defects.
For more information on how TEMO can help you with your screen room plans, contact us today.