We built this screen porch, deck, and patio for maximum enjoyment. One thing that separates the design of this screened porch is the roof line. While many contractors will simply tack the addition onto the existing home, we rebuilt the roof over the sunroom with a new double gable roof line that incorporated the screened porch. This resulted in a design that looked like it was part of the original construction. The best way to describe this porch is to quote the homeowner when, lounging in a patio chair, enjoying the breeze from the ceiling fans on the warm spring day, “I could relax here forever!”
Installing the siding, fascia, and soffit.
Installing the patio pavers.
Installing the deck rails.
Framing the roof and the screened porch.
Roofing the addition.
This 1800 sq ft home in Millsboro is in the framing stage. We will begin working on the windows, doors, house wrap, and then move to the deck, porches, and sunroom.
On this home we completed the framing, trim, decks, windows, doors, railings, sunroom, and screened porch.
Expand the living space of your home by building a garage addition or finishing the interior of an existing garage. If you need space for a home office, a family room, an extra bedroom or a recreational room, building a addition is a good choice. With good craftsmanship, a garage addition not only looks like it was built when the original home was built but, it will provide added value to your home.
This carraige style 2-car garage with mother-in-law suite above was a nice complement to the existing home. We tied the two buildings together with the large deck in front and wide staircase to the apartment. The roof was custom rafter framed, 2×6 walls, 12 foot garage ceiling, shake shingle siding, and brick front on the foundation.