Screened-In Front Porch in Maryland
A new screened-in front porch in Maryland makes sense when your home faces the water and has little area to sit. The homeowner wanted to be able to spend more time enjoying that review and less time swatting bugs as well. We started by expanding the width of the front porch and roofline to the entire length of the house. This included replacing the windows, siding, roofing, and windows on the front side of the house, as well as adding two overhead fans. Whew! It seems like a lot when you write it all out.
To learn more about this project and the materials used, read our recent project breakdown. This goes into more in-depth about the process and results. However, if you are looking for more pictures to inspire you, visit our Facebook and Instagram pages. They not only have many images to scroll through, but you can also get first-hand accounts and customer testimonials.
At 7th State Builders, we pride ourselves on attention to detail and superior customer service. Our process is to work with each client to figure out what works with not only your home but also your lifestyle. That is why each project is customized to fit your needs. Contact us today to learn more about how to set up a free no-obligation consultation. Here we can learn more about your project scope and provide you with an estimate. Also, ask us about our 0% financing.