Have a patio that sits neglected and unused? Is your patio used more for outside storage than for outside enjoyment?
There could be any number of reasons that you never use your patio anymore, but whatever they are it doesn’t really matter. What matters is that you have this slab of useless space taking up room on your property.
This year it’s time to take back that space and start putting it to use, and you can do so by simply changing it from a patio to an enclosed patio.
Enclosed Patios Give You a Protected Outdoor Retreat
When you create an enclosed patio, you want to do it primarily with windows as this will give you a protected sunroom that you can enjoy all year. In the winter you can sit in your newly enclosed porch and enjoy the sunshine without having to endure the cold. In the summer your enclosed porch becomes a cool, evening retreat that is free of those pesky summer bugs.
Also don’t forget that all of those windows give you a warm and cozy place to be able to watch the rain and snow fall without having to be out in it.
Enclosed Patios Helps Create Green Thumbs
Enclosed patios are great additions for plant lovers. This warm, enclosed space with plenty of windows to let the sun in creates the perfect environment to grow plants all year long. An enclosed patio will also allow you to keep plants that are normally only found in warmer environments, because you will finally be able to provide them with a warm environment with the large amounts of sun they are used to.
Don’t forget that enclosed patios are also a great place to start those garden seedlings while there is still snow on your garden.
Enclosed Patios Increase Home Value
By changing your unused patio into an enclosed patio you are increasing the living space of your home. This increased living space gives you an additional room and additional square footage to be able to list on your home if you ever decide to sell it.
In addition to being able to list the additional living space, prospective buyers are more drawn to an enclosed patio than a regular patio when they are shopping around for a new home.
For more information on how you can enclose you patio, contact us today!