When Clyde Hess of Archadeck of Charleston SC met his client, they were exasperated. They were told by four other contractors that a screen porch could not be permitted on their property. So Clyde suggested a detached screen porch. Perfect!
They went right to work. Here are the details:
12’ x 12’
Yellow pine Pressure treated with stain
Exposed ceiling rafters
Although the screen porch is detached from the house, the homeowner sometimes enjoys sleeping there at night.
Here is a larger picture:
The Archadeck office in Charleston also builds attached screen porches, elevated attached screen porches, sunrooms, decks and much more.
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Composite deck photos
Outdoor room photos
More screened porch photos
Here’s how to contact them to discuss some design ideas for your home:
Phone: (902) 872-1342
Let us know if you’ve found a creative way to get your outdoor structure through the permitting process like Clyde did. Add a comment below.