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Denny and Gardner
11 Reviews
Herndon Virginia Porch Remodel
Herndon Virginia porch began to sag and separate from the house as the original brick footers gave way to age. Denny and Gardner removed the original porch and porch roof to rebuild the entire structure from scratch. With new footers, composite decking and a brand new roof this porch will last another
“Overhang with white” — neleh88
(703) 593-2029 (540) 842-5803
Cedar Porch
Cedar Porch
Northern Virginia porch builder
Screened in porch...Screened Porch...cedar porch...Composite Porch
“The black hardware” — aaronapugh
Vixen Hill Cedar Products
1 Review
New Porch Enclosure
The appearance of this traditional porch can easily be changed with the removal of the lower Victorian style inserts. On the inside of the porch are the screen or glass inserts, which are too, removable.
3-Season Porch Enclosure
New Porch Enclosure...Cedar Porches
“Porch” — Noel Keib
Rice and Brown Architects
4 Reviews
Architectural Details
Simply awesome use of the front porch and taking in a view.
another example of the round porch. like raised area for the fan.
great front porch sitting area
Gazebo type porch
“Gazebo type porch” — bmw7720
Level Team Contracting
6 Reviews
Huge Screened Porch
Huge Screened Porch
Porch fan and lights
huge screened porch...large covered porch...SCREEN PORCH
“Porch fan and lights” — lauratcher
Carbine and Associates, LLC
Porches by Carbine & Associates
Porches by Carbine & Associates
white porch furniture
porch furniture...porch lighting...screened in porch...covered porch
Andrew Roby General Contractors
11 Reviews
Porch addition: "Southern Charm"
Porch addition. ---------- Andrew Roby General Contractors Builds & Remodels Residential and Commercial Properties (704) 334-5477 www.AndrewRoby.com
Porch addition: "Southern Charm"
Closed porch
“Porch” — pagarj
Case Design & Remodeling Indy
13 Reviews
Fantina Lane 3-Season Porch
Three-season porch addition is large enough to fill entertaining and relaxation needs of the family.
question. These windows are indeed Eze-Breeze. While we do find that they greatly decrease the wind and the dirt/pollen that gets into an enclosed porch, the windows do not hold heat in very well. The sun will heat up the area and the heat will stay in, but using a space heater could be a big waste of
Eze breeze windows for screened in porch
“Windows” — pinhigh1886
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