5 Ways to Save Money on Your Screen Room in 2019

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James Moylan

Thursday, January 10, 2019

How to Install Motorized Retractable Screens

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James Moylan

Monday, January 30, 2017

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How are motorized retractable porch screens installed in Maryland and Virginia?

Versatility in an outdoor space is obviously desirable for multiple reasons. Most notably, outdoor spaces tend to be more limited in area, so being able to repurpose space or use space in the most efficient, creative ways becomes really important. Phantom Screens are one element incorporated into this project that helps accomplish this economization and maximization of all usable space.

Why Can Screened Porches Cost a Lot of Money?

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James Moylan

Wednesday, August 19, 2015

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Why screened rooms can cost more money than you think

As with anything, home-improvement projects vary greatly in cost. However, as a general rule, you get what you pay for. That is, if a high-end, high-quality screen porch is what you want, you will need to pay for the correspondingly high-quality materials and labor.

If you’re seriously thinking about adding a screen porch, deck, or other outdoor living space to your home, consider the following factors that can affect the final price. That way, you won’t be surprised either way about the total when it comes time to actually get quotes and build.