This low-cost option is popular because it is flexible which prevents the creasing that occurs with some metal screens. It’s also reflective to reduce glare and maximize visibility. It does, however, tear more easily than other screen materials. You can get fiberglass screening in several colors: silver grey, charcoal or black.
Made from vinyl coated polyester, pet screens can be seven times stronger than metal screens. You’ll have less visibility, however, so we recommend installing pet screening along the lower portion of your porch below a railing or mid-point. Pet screening is more expensive than other materials but may be worth the price to avoid replacing traditional screening. Ready to get started on your screened porch? We install in the Richmond, Virginia area, including Midlothian, Chesterfield, and Powhatan. Contact the LHC Services team today, and you’ll soon be enjoying the benefits of the outdoors (without the bugs!)
Railing with a screened in porch gives you safety and perfection. You can consider either wood railing, metal, vinyl or aluminum railing. Whatever, your railing should match with the porch posts, ceiling and existing house. Vinyl railings are affordable in regard to cost, last longer and trendy. Porch door is an important material you need to choose. Sliding or non-sliding, double or single, Upvc or glass. There are a lot of options for you.