Content: Most people spend their free time heading to the park or other outdoor space to enjoy nature. But why not combine nature with the comfort of your own home? That’s what’s possible with a 3 season porch from the experts at Structurally Speaking. Jim Brennan, the owner, earned a solid reputation for his design work in the Raleigh area. His decks and porches are testimony to his individual approach to each project. He enjoys overseeing every project and ensures that each is unique and fitted to the owners’ needs and wants. So, they can make your dreams a reality. They can guide you to choose exactly the right type of enclosures for your home. Plus, they use only the highest quality materials. Check out the benefits below.
Benefits of a 3 Season Porch
3-season porches from Structurally Speaking are an ideal blend of the luxurious and the practical. They offer extended living space without major renovation. Turn your porch into a game room, a dining space or anything else you dream of! Plus, they are the ideal way to enjoy spring, summer, and fall weather. Enjoy grilling during summer and cozy up with a blanket in the fall. There’s no end to the benefits a 3 season porch can provide.
You are probably aware of what a 3 season porch is. Maybe you’re even aware that they are great additions to virtually any home. However, you might be surprised to learn just how reasonable their cost can be. As with any other project, cost can vary wildly depending on design, materials and scope of the porch. But, Structurally Speaking can build the porch of your dreams and stay within your budget! Plus, these additions hold their value extremely well over time. In fact, they can even increase the value of your home! So, that investment can pay off in no time.
Are 3-Season Porches Insulated?
There are several key differences between a 3-season porch and a sunroom. One of the biggest is in the materials used. For example, glass enclosures can differ greatly between these two types. Also, both typically have windows although the windows used will vary in quality. In a 3-season porch, windows are often single-pane, tempered glass. These can be very attractive but do little in the way of energy efficiency. A sunroom uses energy-efficient windows for keeping in heat in winter.
Insulation is another key difference between these two types of spaces. Despite some misconceptions, 3 season porches do have insulation. However, as with the glass, they use materials of a much different type and quality. Often, 3-season porches have little or low-grade insulation, fit only for specific purposes. A sunroom has all of the same utilities and construction materials as the rest of the house.
Call Now to Enjoy This Fall
A 3-season porch is perfect for enjoying the fall weather. In fact, as its name suggests, it is perfect for most of the year. These enclosures just aren’t suitable on the absolute coldest days. But let’s face it, who wants to enjoy the outdoors on those days? A 3-season porch will make the most of your living space and be a great gathering place.
For more than a decade, Structurally Speaking has been helping area clients build the additions of their dreams. Each member of their team is an expert with years of experience in the field. That’s why they have so many satisfied customers throughout Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and surrounding areas. They have a tried and true process for making customers happy.
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