Are thinking of building a new screened porch or multi-season room onto your Charlotte area home? Perhaps you are wondering if there is really a difference between the two. Archadeck of Charlotte offers many options for your custom screened outdoor living space.
While you could easily consider a screened porch with an outdoor fireplace a multi-season outdoor living space in the Charlotte area, there is one big distinction between a screened porch and a 3-season room. Take a look at this gorgeous 3-season room in Rock Hill, South Carolina, designed and built by Archadeck of Charlotte.
Plush 3-season room with Eze-Breeze windows in Rock Hill SC
This fantastic 3-season room design has one major distinction from a screened porch – Eze-Breeze windows. The benefits of these windows are many. First, they can be closed for added protection. This means protection from inclement or cold weather. Having Eze-Breeze windows means that you maintain more control over the amount of airflow created throughout the space. On very warm days, you might opt to have these windows fully open, or even taken out, for better cross-ventilation. Having windows, which can be closed when necessary, offers more protection to fine furnishings and finishes inside your multi-season room. So, you might opt for indoor furnishings, rather than those made specifically for the outdoors. Look at the beautiful furnishings and décor inside this Rock Hill 3-season room!
Rock Hill SC Eze-Breeze porch by Archadeck of Charlotte
The great thing about having an Eze-Breeze multi-season room is that you can convert it completely into a screened porch by taking out the windows. When you opt to build a porch with only screens, it is always going to be a screened porch. Sure, you can use a screened porch early in the springtime and late in the fall in the Charlotte climate, especially if you have an outdoor fireplace. Eze-Breeze windows will ensure you can enjoy even more hours in your outdoor space each year.
Beautifully placed furniture inside this long, narrow Rock Hill 3-season porch creates dual living areas!
This lovely galley style porch is long and narrow, but it does not look cramped or crowded. The furniture placement is spectacular, and two separate living spaces were easily adapted into space. Imagine a mild summertime evening movie or breezy Sunday afternoon dinner with your family on this lovely Eze-Breeze porch!
Additional custom elements inside this multi-season space include the bright white beadboard ceiling and skylights. Notice how bright this room is, even with a flat ceiling. These custom design choices are typical of those offered by the experienced designers at Archadeck of Charlotte!
A white beadboard ceiling and skylights create a bright and airy space.
When it comes to creating a one-of-a-kind outdoor living space by Archadeck of Charlotte, no stone is left unturned – or in this case, unstacked. Take a look at the fabulous finish on the exterior wall of the fireplace.
Exterior stone fireplace finish by Archadeck of Charlotte
If you are trying to decide whether to add Eze-Breeze windows to your new screened porch, you should know that there is no wrong answer. It all comes down to your desired outdoor living style. Custom fireplaces, a wide array of flooring choices, and beautiful furnishings and accessories all go beautifully inside a screened porch, with or without windows!
Are you ready for Archadeck of Charlotte to design the new screened porch or Eze-Breeze 3-season room of your dreams? Give us a call for a free design consultation at (704) 850-6104 and a Design Consultant will contact you promptly.