Here's the dilemma: you love your house and neighborhood, but with your growing family you'd appreciate a bit more living space. Your backyard is great, but can get buggy and warm during certain times of the year. And you love to entertain, but find that things can get a bit crowded inside when the party is in full swing. So what's a homeowner to do?
At CFL Screens in Ormond Beach, we can help you transform a bit of outdoor space into a comfortable, functional and affordable addition to your home. Our experienced staff can custom create a special spot based on your specific needs and desires. Not only are these options more affordable than adding a traditional room to your dwelling, their unique nature allows you to observe and enjoy nature without experiencing drawbacks such as extreme temperatures and insects. And as a bonus, they can also add considerable value to your property. Before doing business with any company, it's best to carefully scrutinize your potential choice. Here are a few things to look for, ask about and keep in mind:
1. Get to Know the Screen Room Product
To begin with, you will want to view what the company has to offer by looking a screen room they have created. A builder should have photos or renderings to show you and they may even have a model screen room to show you at their Ormond Beach office. You may even be able to go out and see a real life example of their work if they offer it.
2. Agree On Price and Budget for Your Screen Room
Another important first step is to make certain the builder can work within your specific financial range. Let them know what you can afford and ask about their payment plans. Make sure there are no hidden fees, and compare quotes with other companies as well.
3. Understand the Screen Room Materials
You do not need to be an expert on the construction of your screen room but it is a good idea to know a little about the design and makeup of the structure you want. Try to plan ahead to keep the glare of the sun off your porch, a major issue in FL weather. Fiberglass screens can be used to prevent glare and black aluminum should be avoided to keep glare at bay.4. Do Your Homework
Feedback and reviews can help you know what to expect. You can find these at online interview sites and through the company's Google Plus page. You may even be able to get the contact information of clients who were happy with the work the company did. Located in Ormond Beach, FL, we are just a short drive away from home. We would love to help you create the screen room of your dreams so that you can truly enjoy your Ormond Beach home and make the most of your favorite place in the world.
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