Easy To Install Screened In Patio
A length of mask that makes the difference between summers covered with bug juice — or worse, an abandoned courtyard — and a welcoming and sheltered outdoor space. A screened in patio can be an unpretentious and functional enclosure or another room in the house. Re-tax childhood memories to sleep on the porch, enjoy a gazebo have hideaway or swallow in a leaf-free pool by adding screens to the backyard or patio.
The back patio can simply be an open plate of concrete or with a slight change. Another room that is comfortable to use in clement weather. A simple screened in patio is easy to install, with an aluminum frame to hold a stretch of roof screening. And floor-to-ceiling screened sides with a door that is in the “wall” furthest away from the house. This design makes use of the house itself as the back wall and support.
Container plants inside and out is easy to care and garden furniture. And a small fire pit make it a pleasant evening retreat. A backyard pool in a screened in patio cabinet provides a flawless paradise for the kids and much easier pool maintenance. No leaves or other yard dirt collects around the filter. And it eliminates the need for endless skimming before the pool can be used.