Extend your outdoor and indoor living enjoyment with an outdoor room addition from Archadeck of Central SC — just in time to start planning for the New Year!

Screened in Porches That Blend Right Into Your Home

Archadeck of Central SC specializes in outdoor room additions that blend in seamlessly with your home and landscape.

Now is the time of year when many homeowners begin to analyze their interior and exterior living space needs. The holidays can bring joy and happiness as beloved friends and family come to call, but it can also bring you to the realization that you need more space! Instead of considering an interior home addition, why not consider an outdoor room addition? Archadeck of Central SC has many outdoor room options to suit your needs and budget.

Outdoor rooms can provide various levels of comfort while still allowing you to enjoy the beauty and splendor of the outdoors, even during the ever-changing seasons of fall & winter. With the impending arrival of the holidays and the flurry of family and friends coming to call, wouldn’t it be nice to have additional outdoor and indoor living space? We know how “cramped” conditions can get as loved ones converge in your home. Having additional functional room for dining, relaxing or even extended holiday decorating can put your mind, and your patience, at ease. Let us help you by exploring the various outdoor room addition options…

Stunning views from the interior of this Lake Murray screened porch

Stunning views from the interior of this Lake Murray screened porch can be enjoyed year-round.

Screened porches, are in essence, a covered porch that has screened openings instead of windows. The screen serves as a barrier from bothersome insects and will reduce the effects of inclement weather. Having a screen porch will give you the opportunity to have an “outdoor” room with reduced exposure to the harsh elements. Since screened porches are shade structures because they are built under the cover of a roof, they also offer superior protection from the sun and heat on those humid South Carolina summer days. Screened porches can be designed to contain many amenities much like an interior room. Ceiling fans, recessed lighting, and even a place to mount your outdoor TV have become common among homeowners building a screen porch. You can even upgrade your screen porch by adding more luxurious amenities such as an outdoor fireplace and adding sliding window conversions such as an Eze Breeze sliding panel system. These panels enable you to turn your screened porch into a 3 -season room to better utilize the area for more time throughout the year. Eze Breeze works by allowing you to control the amount of screen you leave exposed, from half screen and half sliding panel, to closing the panels completely and creating a room with the “feel” of a sunroom without the extra installations required to have a sunroom. With an enclosure system such as this paired with a space heater and/ or air conditioner you can enjoy the benefits of the space here in South Carolina all year.

This vinyl four-track aluminum three season room with brick exterior blends seamlessly with home in Columbia. SC

This vinyl four-track aluminum three season room with brick exterior blends seamlessly with home in Columbia, SC.

Archadeck of Central SC also offers four-track enclosure systems on many of our screened porch additions. Choosing a four-track screened porch enclosure makes it possible to keep the screens and maintain the comfort. The 4-track system allows you to open up to 75% of the window area for added ventilation and to indulge in better backyard views. This system also enables homeowners to get more use out of their screened porch for longer intervals through the changing seasons.

Hopkins, SC sunroom interior

Interior view of sunroom addition in Hopkins, SC. Can you imagine the possibilities in this space?

A sunroom or 4-season room is a room that functions as an interior room but allows you to take in the vistas of the outdoors year-round. You can enjoy a cup of cocoa from a warm and cozy nook inside you sunroom and watch the snow fall in the winter undaunted by the chill of Mother nature. A sunroom, in essence, is an interior room with many windows. Sunrooms are more complicated because they require the same construction fundamentals that an interior addition requires, such as HVAC systems , meaning they have to be insulated, heated and cooled. Choosing a sunroom does however open up a greater realm of interior finishing choices that you cannot get with other outdoor living structures. The materials include ceramic tile, hardwoods, wooden detailing and moldings, and more. Since the use of sheetrock comes into play with a sunroom, you can use paint, faux finishes, wainscoting, and even wallpaper to show off your personal style. The possibilities are endless. A sunroom will often have dual entry from the interior of your home as well as the exterior via deck, patio or porch to offer you the ultimate in convenience for indoor/outdoor entertaining, and indoor to outdoor transition

Sunroom and deck combination outdoor living in Irmo SC by Archadeck of Central SC

Sunroom and deck combination outdoor living in Irmo, by Archadeck of Central SC.

Choosing the best fit for your home’s architecture, your desired function and your budget is important. Archadeck of Central SC is the premier outdoor structure builder serving Columbia, SC, and the surrounding area. We can help you choose the perfect outdoor structure for you with our expert design team and experience in building. Contact us to learn more by calling (803) 603 – 2160 or email us at centralsc@archadeck.net

Archadeck of Central SC three generations of quality outdoor structures

The Archadeck of Central SC team – Mike Reu, Marshall Reu and Tucker Reu

See more of our stunning and versatile outdoor room additions by visiting our 3 and 4-season room photo gallery, our screened porch gallery and our sunroom gallery located on our website.

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