A screened patio is a versatile addition to any home. It provides a secure open-air living area that you can revel in all year round. It helps stop dirt and shields your family from the risks brought by pests and mosquitoes. And you’ll be assured of the seclusion the screened patio gives. You can make your own screened patio according to your purposes. Whatever you have in mind, it only takes a little work and manual labor to build this a reality. You can even conceive a removable screeened patio so you can strip it off whenever you want.
And one of the best ways to build a screened patio is by fitting together and fixing a frame around your present patio and then adding awnings to the sides and a rooftop above. Insect netting can also be used to make a screened patio. If you want to keep bugs and insects away, easy-to-install insect netting is your best bet. With all the available hues and textures to select from, who says that insect netting is boring.
You don’t have to do a lot to maintain insect netting; just cleanse it once in a while. Do you now want to build your own screened patio? Set up all the required parts and materials to build the screen enclosure. Also arrange the coat for your supports as this will strengthen them. You can either utilize plastic netting or a metal mesh for the netting. Before you can add the netting to the supports, measure it consistent with the size and contour of the patio.
Now that you have your insect netting and supports prepared, put the netting over the support. Join it using small staples or u-shaped nails, and try to extend the netting tightly while you’re at it. This will keep it from flapping and slitting in blustery conditions. Fit connection points to the house roof to wedge the supports for the rooftop of the screened patio. A small wooden board with half of a hinge nailed down would do fine. To bond the screened patio to the rooftop, nail the matching part of the hinge into the support. All the hinges will now be bonded.