"Our 3-season room is our new favorite room in the house. It’s where we enjoy our morning coffee while viewing the flower garden. It’s where we play games with the grandkids, entertain guests and enjoy after dinner drinks while watching the stars.” - Scenix Porch Homeowner
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The US Department of Energy and Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy have recently published Tips on Saving Money and Energy in Your Home.
Your four-legged fur baby enjoys basking in the sunlight. He may also be so smart that he likes to let himself out during the day. We have several storm door options to keep your furry family member content in your home. Check out our great pet-friendly storm door options below!
WHAT IS THIS WATER ON MY STORM DOORS AND WINDOWS?
Water or frost on doors or windows is condensation. Condensation is formed when warm moist air comes in contact with cooler dry air just as a bathroom mirror will “steam up” after a hot shower. The inside or outside of your door or window can sweat or fog because of temperature differentials.
If you're looking to add some personality and curb appeal to your front entrance, you can make some quick, inexpensive, and easy changes. Adding a window box, modernizing your house numbers, or adding potted plants and furniture add an extra touch to your entrance for you, your family, and your guests.
Ring in the holiday season with a wreath that welcomes you and your guests.
Your dream porch is about to become a reality.