How about a detached screen porch?

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’
hip roof
Yellow pine Pressure treated with stain
Knee walls
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
Pergola photos

Here’s how to contact them to discuss some design ideas for your home:

Phone: (843) 873 – 6236
Email: [email protected]
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.

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