Similar to the deck, a front porch is a great asset to have on your home. It can improve your home’s value and aesthetic appeal, and you can even use it to extend your living space. However, whenever homeowners hear the term “porch”, they tend to think that it should be open. In reality, it’s actually possible to install an enclosed porch in your home – and there are many benefits to doing this.
- Cost – Installing a porch is actually a costly home improvement project so homeowners are constantly thinking of ways to cut costs. According to experts, one way you can do this is to install a closed porch as they’re less costly to install compared to the open variants.
- Privacy – A porch often leaves homeowners in plain sight when they relax there. By installing a closed porch, you can enjoy a higher level of privacy from your neighbors and passersby, allowing you to relax without feeling like someone is watching you.
- Extended space – As stated before, porches can also help you extend your home’s living space, making it a good asset to have if you have a small home. When you install a closed-in porch on your property, you can entertain guests there when the indoors get too cramped, and, on a normal day, you can conveniently store your footwear and coats in the closed porch before you enter your home.
- Safety – If you have young children, safety may be a concern if you have an open porch as there won’t be anything preventing them from running off and getting into trouble. With that in mind, consider installing a closed-in porch in your home instead. That way, you can relax in the knowledge that the space is restricted for your children’s safety.
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