SCREEN ENCLOSURES – All THAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
An outer space is a covered room or space with screen walls and roof. These screen walls protect the inside space from insects, wind and unwanted objects from entering.
Depending on the requirement, various covered outdoor and screen rooms in West Fargo, ND are created.
These rooms are made of glass. It allows plenty of daylight and view of the land scape by comfortably sitting inside the room. These are also known as SOLARIUMS. There are two types of SUNROOMS.
FOUR SEASON ROOM: It can be used all throughout the year because it is insulated with double plane glass. These rooms are thermally engineered too.
THREE SEASON ROOM: It is made of single plane glass therefore it is not used in extreme warm or extreme cold conditions.
Both four season room and three season room will have large windows. Both these rooms will give a shaded space protected from sun and extreme winds.
In these rooms, walls are made of screens and has a strong roof. It can be added as an extension to a home.
It is an enclosure which is not covered completely. But it gives protection from sun and rain.
This is an enclosure for protecting swimming pool. Materials used for this enclosure are transparent to ensure visibility.
MATERIALS USED IN SCREEN ENCLOSURES
Different kinds of materials are used based on the requirement;primary function being protecting the space from bugs.
This is the most common type of screen enclosures. Fiber glass mesh allows good sunlight and it is inexpensive. This is mainly available in black, silver, gray and charcoal. It is easy to work with fiber glass because of its flexibility.
It is the other screen material which costs more than fiberglass. It offers excellent visibility. Aluminum screen is more rigid than fiberglass and little harder to install, but it is more durable. In coastal regions aluminum will oxidize. It is available in gray, black and charcoal.
Screen is available in bronze, stainless steel, copper, and nickel-copper alloy. All of these are tough and long lasting. Bronze, stainless steel and nickel-copper alloy goes well with seaside climates.