This 3-season room and re-decking in the Waterford neighborhood of Clemmons, NC is pure backyard bliss

Waterford 3 season room and redecking

Three season room and low-maintenance re-decking in Waterford.

This project spotlight consists of a 3-season room addition and redecking on a stunning home located in the upscale Waterford neighborhood of Clemmons, NC. The homeowners contacted us after a neighbor recommended Archadeck of The Piedmont Triad. We initially met with the homeowners in 2011 at which time they were considering enclosing their existing deck to add a sunroom. The home contained large windows in the back that presented an obstacle in planning for a sunroom. After much deliberation the homeowners decided a 3-season room would work out best for the intended space.

Waterford backyard space before projec

This is a photo of the space prior to starting the project.

The design we put together consisted of a flat roof 3- season room to accommodate the large windows. At first the homeowners were unsure of how these would look on their home. They were also concerned how the roof would affect the structural integrity of their home. We did make some minor alterations to the window areas, but in the long run, the flat roof was the best fit to keep the integrity of the back of the home intact. As you can see by the drawings the flat roof actually allowed the windows to remain above the roofline. The flat roof also looks great alongside the various gables of the existing home.

Clemmons NC sunroom by Archadeck

Notice how the design of the 3-season room keeps the aesthetic of the windows intact by using a flat roof.

Clemmons NC 3 season room builder

Another view of the 3-season room from the backyard.

We used white Eze-Breeze windows within the 3-season room which expands the homeowner’s flexibility within the space. Eze-Breeze windows are made from resilient glazed vinyl. They also include a sliding panel system for effortless control in using as much or as little window area as you like. The homeowner owns an HVAC  business and was able to install a heated floor under the ceramic tile, which is a luxurious feature of the space. The interior of the 3-season room includes a heated tile floor, a painted tongue and groove ceiling and crown molding on three sides of the room. We also made sure to include plenty of electrical outlets and a ceiling fan for added comfort. One of the walls within the 3-season room is the home’s facade, which is brick. The brick wall is a stunning contrast against the interior details within the space.

On the exterior of the 3-season room we wrapped the posts with aluminum to make the space low-maintenance. On the exterior we also re-decked the existing deck with AZEK brownstone decking. This decking adds to the low-maintenance appeal of the exterior outdoor living area. These improvements changed the whole look of the rear of the home making it as pleasure to the eye and adding a plethora of function.

Clemmons NC 3 season room in Waterford neighborhood

The steps descend elegantly from the 3-season room to the deck, and then into the patio space.

The Waterford homeowners are elated with their new space. Seeing and utilizing the final completed space made the homeowners wish they would’ve made the decision to start the project sooner. The new 3-season room and low-maintenance re-decking has opened up a world of outdoor living possibilities for them.

If you are “on the fence” about making a change to your backyard, contact Archadeck of The Piedmont Triad today. We specialize in creating unforgettable outdoor structures that keep the integrity of your home and landscape intact. Call us today for a free consultation (336) 664 – 1332
piedmonttriad@archadeck.net

John Mallard, owner of Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad

John Mallard, owner of Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad

See more examples of low-maintenance decks and 3-season room combinations by visiting our composite and PVC deck gallery, and our 3 and 4 season room gallery located on our website.

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