Transforming Your Outdoor Living Space Designs With Retractable Screens

If you have an outdoor living space, you want to maximize the use of this space, and there are improvements that can help. If there are covered spaces like porches, patios, or pavilion areas, they can be enhanced with the right enclosure solutions. The following retractable screen solutions will help you transform your outdoor living space design:

Making More of Porches and Patios—If you want to get more from your outdoor spaces, one of the first areas to consider improvements is the patio or porch. There are several options to choose from for the type of retractable screens you have installed on the porch, which includes:

  • Roll-up-style retractable screens
  • Sliding retractable screen panels
  • Folding-style retractable screens

These are the many options to choose for the retractable screens you decide to install to enclose your porch. The retractable screens will give your home usable space that is connected to the outdoor living space. The roll-up-style retractable screens will be the least invasive when they are rolled up, and the space is open.

Connecting Indoor and Outdoor Spaces—Another improvement that you may want to consider is connecting the indoor and outdoor spaces. The outdoor spaces can be connected by installing sliding glass doors, but you may want to protect the indoors from insects, weather, and debris. You may also want to consider installing retractable screens like the ones you have installed on the porch or patio areas. You may also want to consider solar screen mesh materials for these retractable screens, which protects your home from direct sunlight when they are closed. The solar screens are a great investment to reduce heat gain and still allow natural light and fresh are to circulate in your home. 

Get More From Pavilions and Covered Spaces—There may be pavilions and other spaces that you want to make the most of. These spaces can be improved by adding enclosure features, but what if you do not want them to always be closed? Retractable screens are the ideal solution for this because they will allow the space to be open-air when you want to use it during nice weather, and closed from the weather when the weather is not as nice outside. Plus, they can give you options for making these spaces more private when you want more privacy for your outdoor living space.

These are ways to help transform your outdoor living spaces with retractable screen installation. If you are ready to change your outdoor living space design, contact a retractable screen service to start measuring for these improvements.  



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