7 Tips to Get the Best Return on Investment on a Screened-In Porch

Posted in: Screen Porch in Northern Virginia, Screen Porch, Screen Porch Tips, Screen Porch Questions, Deck Screens, Screen Porch in Maryland

James Moylan

Wednesday, June 01, 2022

 

Outdoor projects are among the best investments you can make in your home to improve its resale value, so it should be no surprise that most homeowners are able to get around a 75 percent return on investment for a screened-in porch.

In fact, it's considered one of the best improvements you can make to your home for return on investment. What are some ways you can ensure you get the best ROI from your screened-in porch project?

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Best Screened Porch Screens and Deck Screening Materials for 2022

Posted in: Screen Porch in Northern Virginia, Screen Porch Tips, Screen Porch Questions, Deck Screens, Screen Porch Screens, Screen Porch in Maryland, Screen-Porch Design Tips, retractable screen porch, screen porch products, SCREENEZE, SCREENEZE screening system, Motorized Porch Screens, Motorized Outdoor Screening Systems, Automatic Porch Screens, Screen Room, Phantom Retractable Screens

James Moylan

Friday, December 17, 2021

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Considerations for What Screened Porch Screen Materials to Use in 2022

Whether you’re looking to spruce up an existing porch or you want to start a new screened porch design from scratch in 2022, one of the most important things to consider is what screening material to use. From what the industry experts suggest to geography-specific considerations, here’s everything you need to know before you jump into any screen-related decision.

How Much Does a Screened Porch Really Cost?

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James Moylan

Thursday, October 21, 2021

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With Supply chain issues and costs going north, there are many factors that play into the cost for a screened porch.  More than anything, location plays a big role in the cost of a screen room.  Having said that, on average, a screened-in pressure-treated wood porch will run about $150 per square foot in the Maryland and Virginia;

When comparing bids, make sure you’re looking at comparable services. The price should include all plans, the permit, inspections, and clean-up. Clean-up is a significant factor that many contractors don’t add to their bids, but you should ensure it’s included. Inspection of the condition and quality of your porch ought to be planned at regular intervals, and for that, you can hire a local inspector. For example, someone who lives in the Maryland region should go for lead inspection Baltimore.

6 Tips for Planning a Screened Porch in Maryland and Virginia

Posted in: Screen Porch in Maryland, Screen Room, screened porch in Washington, DC, Screened Porch, Screened-in Porch

James Moylan

Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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In the Washington, DC metro area, summers can be difficult, with the intense heat and humidity and all of the mosquitoes.  Our clients find that screen rooms help them enjoy the outdoors comfortably.  Design Builders Inc. wants you to enjoy your exterior space, so we've put together six helpful hints to consider when building a screen room.

How Much Does a Pressure-Treated Screened Porch Cost?

Posted in: Screen Porch in Northern Virginia, Screen Porch, Screen Porch Questions, Screen Porch Screens, Screen Porch in Maryland, Screened Porch in Virginia, Screen Room, screened porch in Washington, DC

James Moylan

Monday, August 24, 2020

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A pressure-treated screened porch will always be less expensive than its low-maintenance counterparts. For this reason, pressure-treated lumber is generally a better investment for homeowners looking for a better return when selling their homes than, say, Trex decking. However, there are many factors that will influence the final price tag of screened-in porch, if pressure-treated wood is determined to be adequate for your home improvement project.