This client created a clear plastic porch enclosure that snapped over brick archways. We placed a sturdy wide webbing to interface with the brick to protect from abraision.
Now he can enjoy his indoor living space and invite friends over for the big game with this plastic patio enclosure.
This client created a clear plastic enclosure that snapped over existing screens. Notice that with our wide 3" webbing, he was able to sculpt around the notches with scissors and then sear the cut lines with a lighter.
They were reluctant to use the Black webbing since columns are white (we do have white webbing). The downside to white webbing is that it soils and may not look so clean after a few months. You be the judge as to how the black webbing looks on this screen room plastic enclosure.
Our preference is to always hang panels on the outside, however this client did not want to get on a ladder and his wind conditions were quite moderate. The inside hang worked under these circumstances.
This is our new "sandy tan" sunbrella apron. We have a good mix of neutral apron colors to help create a clear plastic enclosure that fits with the color scheme of your porch.
This client created a clear plastic enclosure that snapped over existing screens. With this clear vinyl winter enclosure, he can enjoy his porch year round.
This homeowner has our summer mosquito curtains and chose to add our clear vinyl winter panels to protect the Pennsylvania cold.
He hung clear vinyl panels on the exterior of his porch that needed to be notched around decorative corbels. Because we needed to be dead accurate for each of the notches, we asked him to send us a template for the corbel notches made of butcher paper.
Admittingly it was a pain for him to go through the effort of creating a template, but it was the only practical way to get this right. Judge the outcome for yourself. All agreed it was worth the extra effort.