A custom porch is both a beautiful and functional addition to your home.
If you are like most people, you care about how your home looks—to yourself and to others. Whether you feel that your home looks too plain for your tastes or it already looks great and you just want to enhance it further, we are here to help. At Screen Medics, we provide custom porches for homeowners in Durham, North Carolina to improve their homes’ curb appeal and encourage them to have pride in their homes. Once our job is complete, we have confidence that you will be over the moon about your new custom porch and its excellent quality.
Whatever your design tastes are, we will do our best to incorporate them into your porch. If you prefer a traditional, classical look or something more modern, you can rest assured that we will make sure your custom porch is aesthetically pleasing while also ensuring that it complements your home. We love the artistic side of creating custom porches, and we look forward to embracing your vision for your porch.
No matter how beautiful your custom porch is, it is of little benefit to you unless it functions properly. Luckily, we have all the experience, materials, and tools we need to make sure your porch is sturdy and reliable. We work with attention to detail for the best results, and we also guarantee our work and materials for a year once the job is completed. After we have finished with your porch, you will be able to use it however you please, whether you want to sit in the shade and observe the goings on of your neighborhood, chat with friends and family, or read a book while enjoying the outdoors.
If you are interested in our custom porches, contact us today to learn more.
At Screen Medics, we offer custom porches to residents of Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina, Willow Spring, Pittsboro, Chapel Hill, Youngsville, Sanford, Clayton, Garner, Morrisville, Durham, Hillsboro, Carrboro, Wake Forrest, Knightdale, Rolesville, Wendell, Zebulon, Creedmoor, Franklinton, Lillington, Coats, Smithfield, and Wilson’s Mills, North Carolina.