Enclosed patios are one of the most functional additions you can add to your home. If you only venture out to your patio to give it a good sweeping, you might want to consider turning it into another room for your home. A room that you can actually use and appreciate. Not only will enclosing your patio add more space to your home, but you will find that family and friends will enjoy relaxing and gathering in it.
Your new favorite room
An enclosed patio can be used for so many things. For example, if you have a piano that is taking up too much space, but you just can’t let it go, an enclosed patio would make the perfect music room. Set up a few tables and bring computers in for a study room if you have children in school. If they are younger, this room would be perfect for storing toys, tents, and craft items. Oftentimes, patios are used for just relaxing. Once enclosed, it can be a sun room that is great for relaxation. You will be able to watch sunrises and sunsets from the comfort of being inside. Eating in your new room could now be possible without pesky bugs. If big enough, this room could even store an extra bed. Guests can have privacy and comfort from an enclosed patio when they visit.
More value to your home
Not planning on staying in your home for much longer? Make it more attractive to potential buyers by enclosing your patio. This will give your home an extra room for owners to utilize to their liking. The more space, the better. If you do not have an idea for a room or not enough time to transform it completely, a simple ceiling fan and couch can make the space useful.
While transforming your patio into a functional room sounds appeasing, it might not be in everyone’s budget right now. An alternative to this project would be a screened-in patio. This option might not be as expensive, and still keeps the bugs out while having durable screens.