Rustic Screen Porch Fills the Bill for These NW Greensboro Customers.

Sometimes the desire to be outside your home but still be comfortable seems difficult.  A patio or deck is not enough to keep you content.

What to do?

NW Greensboro Screen porch and deck out of pressure treated wood


Gable Roofed Screen Porch with Solid Board Skirting


You like this NW Greensboro family many want to rid yourselves of those pesky, biting bugs.  Listen to sound of rain on the roof  instead of splattering down on your head. Sip a morning cup of coffee or an evening glass of wine all from the comfort of your own screen porch. Dine with family and friends while enjoying the beauty of nature or just gazing out appreciating your gardening efforts. Then for you  a screened porch just might be the answer.

A pressure treated southern yellow pine screened room could be the solution for many folks.  The color and warm look of an all wood room is rustic and cozy.  Inside the room the rafters are left exposed to create a rustic look with a pine ceiling.The addition of a ceiling fan keeps a breeze stirring even on the

Interior view of exposed rafters on sccreened porch by Archadeck

Exposed Rafters with A Pine Ceiling

hottest of southern summer days. With the addition of some comfortable chairs a table and you have instant for friends and family.  Just look at how gorgeous the view from the new screened porch is!

The homeowners are thrilled with their new outdoor living space. To me, it’s a great example of how design can make all the difference. The combination of screened porch with a grill deck works well and it truly maximizes the amount of time the owners can enjoy it!

Building season has already started in the Winston-Salem and Greensboro areas. Start your outdoor living project now so that it will be in place for summer. If you are interested in learning about how our quality built structures can turn your house into a home, contact Archadeck of The Piedmont Triad. Call us today for a free consultation (336) 664 – 1332,

John Mallard, owner of Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad

John Mallard, Archadeck of the Piedmont Triad



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