A screen porch can be a wonderful addition to your home, providing additional space where you can relax and enjoy the company of friends and family while remaining protected from the elements. Plus, if you love home renovation, having a screen room installed is the perfect opportunity to let your creative genius flow — it’s essentially a blank canvas waiting to be decorated however you see fit.
TEMO is the manufacturer to turn to for screen porches that are durable and long-lasting. If you’ve been thinking about installing a screen porch at your home, you should give careful consideration to the following three questions before finalizing any blueprints:
- How do you plan to use your screen porch once it’s installed? — Some homeowners use their screen room as a venue for backyard parties, while others use it as a quiet place to relax in a hot tub. The way that you intend to use your screen room may require certain fixtures to be installed during construction, such as water lines or electrical outlets.
- What is the architectural style of your home? — Whenever you have an addition installed, one of your main concerns will be ensuring that the new structure seamlessly blends into the architectural style of your home. TEMO offers various screen porch style options, allowing customers to pick a model that will best complement their home.
- Is there any chance that you may want to convert your screen porch to a sunroom in the years to come? — If so, you’ll want to choose a screen room that can be easily converted into a sunroom, so that you’ll have the flexibility to change this room down the road, if you’d like. A TEMO screen room can easily be converted into a sunroom simply by upgrading the vinyl sashes to TEMO’s innovative HPG 2000 glass.
If you’re in the market for a screen porch, consider TEMO. We are one of the largest and most reputable patio product manufacturers in the country, and our screen porches are top of the line. If you have any questions about our screen porches, contact us today. We can connect you with a local TEMO-authorized dealer who can handle the installation.