Residential Porch Enclosure

Create more living space by enclosing an area around your home.

Most enclosures are made of 2" thick aluminum frames and single glass. They are available in different colours and styles to suit everyone's needs and tastes. We offer countless options to personalize each and every enclosure.

For a more comfortable area we offer insulated thermal enclosures and sunrooms which can be enjoyed all year long. They offer year round comfort and extend your living area. We have unlimited options available to suit all your needs.

If you have a porch or patio that is already covered, there is no need to tear it out and rebuild the enclosure. Brightstar's patio & porch enclosures provide the quality and all of the benefits of our wall system built within your existing space. Our trained representatives will help you determine if your porch area is a candidate for this very popular option.



Advantages:

Porch enclosures portray a protected area, and are used as a buffer between the house and the elements. It can be used as a vestibule before entering the house, or as a cozy space where you may sit and watch the world pass by. 

Our enclosures differ from the product you commonly find in the market place. They are built differently, easier to use, look better - showing less frame and more glass compared to others, and will last longer. 

Please study the information below and the different styles shown on the pictures. Call us for an in-house consultation or email us a sketch or pictures, where we could convert your ideas into reality.

 

Materials Inside the Enclosure

A porch enclosure is an indoor room, but using porch enclosure materials such as screens or enclosures with windows that will be open much of the time have to take the materials used inside the enclosure into account as well. Porch enclosures set up with screens and open windows can expect some level of moisture to infiltrate the room periodically.

Weatherproof materials are a must for these rooms. There are some woods, such as teak, that will withstand moisture without becoming damaged. But increasingly people are turning to simulated hardwoods to provide weatherproof materials at a lower price.

The flooring is one porch enclosure material that must be taken into consideration when weather and moisture may be creeping in. Using tile for enclosure flooring is one way to ensure a weatherproof floor that won’t be damaged. But if tile isn’t in the budget, decorative concrete is fast becoming an accepted alternative.

Concrete can be stained and etched in any number of designs. It can also be styled to look just like tile. Concrete does have a tendency to crack, but it is a sturdy, weatherproof material that will last for a long, long time.

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