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Pros and Cons of a Screened-In Porch Kit: Experts Weigh in

, Pros and Cons of a Screened-In Porch Kit: Experts Weigh inIf you want to enhance the style and functionality of your home, you may want to consider a screened-in porch. After all, there are many benefits to having one installed at your home. Because screens block out inclement weather, insects, and debris, a good screen is a necessity for those looking to enjoy their outdoor space. In addition to its functionality, a nice screened-in porch can be very stylish and even become an attractive selling point should you decide to sell your home down the line.

So, what is the best way to go about getting a screened-in porch installed at your home? Well, there are a couple of options. An increasingly popular option is a screened-in porch kit but, like most products on the market, there are pros and cons to these kits. Fortunately, MaxHome is here to break it down!

What Is a Screened-In Porch Kit?

A screened-in porch kit is a do-it-yourself option for homeowners looking to screen a porch or patio. This is opposed to having a home improvement company come to your residence and install a screened-in porch for you.

The Pros of a Screened-In Porch Kit

If you’re a handy person, a screened-in porch kit may be appealing and relatively easy to install. The screen can be tailored to fit your porch and, because you’re installing it yourself, you can expect to spend less money on the project. If you already have a porch, deck, or patio cover, you can even choose a screen wall kit to enclose your area and convert it to a screen room. Additionally, these kits are generally attractive and can make a nice addition to any home.

The Cons of a Screened-In Porch Kit

If you aren’t a fan of do-it-yourself projects, you probably won’t enjoy installing a screened-in porch kit. Even though these kits shouldn’t take longer than a day to install, they can be frustrating and take longer if you don’t have the proper tools or help. Additionally, if something happens to your screen, like a tear, it will be up to you to fix it yourself or install a brand-new screen.

Getting a Screened-In Porch Installed by MaxHome

When you partner with a company like MaxHome for a screened-in porch, you can expect expert installation and none of the frustration that can come with DIY projects. We install outdoor living products from TEMO, which is one of the most reputable outdoor living manufacturers in the country, so you can rest easy knowing you will receive an outstanding product that’s built to last. TEMO screens also come with features that you most likely won’t get from a screened-in porch kit, including solid thermal roofs that deflect the sun’s heat, durable screens that offer high visibility, and vinyl sashes that block 99% of UV rays. Plus, if anything happens to your screen, you can trust that MaxHome has you covered.

Contact Us Today

To reap the benefits of a screened-in porch installation completed by the highly trained and experienced team at MaxHome, contact us today. We look forward to enhancing your home.

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