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This high-end contemporary screened porch was constructed with solid cedar columns.
Open to keep things natural, 8x8 cedar columns (coated* for preservation), black trim, matching roof tiles, tongue and groove cedar roof, type of doors, ceiling fans, ceiling lights, score lighting bored into strong cedar columns….
Cedar 8x8 columns to match interior columns
Five(5) solid columns installed to carry roof
Columns to be treated
Deck to be Stained
Free standing pressure treated frame
IPE Trim around perimeter to hide rim joists
Decking installed parallel to the house with hidden fasteners
Irregular pattern decking – irregular sizing in deck boards
Screen Porch Roof
Hip roof construction
Cedar knotty tongue & groove or spruce TBD
Gutters, downspouts, soffit, fascia, shingles to match existing house
Screen Eze Screening system installed
Custom Cedar Storm Door
Open cathedral ceiling – knotty cedar installed beneath rafters
Recessed Lights (6) with dimmer
Designer ceiling fan installed
This stunning screened porch in Chevy Chase, Maryland was commissioned with style and
refinement in mind. Its overall look was inspired by its parent home, and its materials were chosen to look
natural without looking out-of-place in a contemporary -[some word for environment]-
The natural look begins five grand 8x8 cedar columns treated with resin to retain its organic color
for years. They’re flanked by a SCREENEZE screening system that lacks the handrails most porches have
to provide unobstructed views and an unmatched clean look. Black screens, lighting features, and door &
window trim match that of the home and contrast well with the cedar columns and roof.
This porch’s interior boasts a matching tongue and groove cedar roof outfitted with two designer
ceiling fans and six adjustable recessed lights. These electrical elements are controllable via a [a word for
technologically advanced] dual remote system.
Other features include dual black screened glass doors; hardy Ipe decking and trim; an open
cathedral ceiling and hip roof adorned with shingles identical to those on the rest of the home; and steps
down to what was a preexisting stone porch.