Are you dreaming of a porch, patio, deck, veranda, or a screen enclosure? Would a veranda or lanai enclosure make it easier to enjoy the beauty of the world right outside your door? Many homeowners in Florida already have an outdoor patio or lanai connected to their home. Let us first differentiate the porch, patio, veranda, deck, and lanai. Porch The term porch is a fresh air area unenclosed and at the main floor height – an extension of the home living area outside. Porches are usually constructed of wood and in Marco Island, Bonita Springs
Patio A patio is one level that is even with the ground. Construction is generally pavers, brick, stone, or concrete. A patio is usually added directly to the rear of a home and often has a table and chairs for outdoor dining.
Deck Decks can be one, two, or even more levels. While a patio is ground level, a deck is raised from the ground by at least a few inches. A deck can be multi-level. Make the most out of your outdoor space by installing a deck enclosure. A deck enclosure will also keep out other pesky varmints such as birds
Veranda A Veranda is the same as a deck although usually larger and more expansive. It may wrap around the house and often has a railing. Veranda tends to be used as a term more in the south. Verandas are often thought of as being used for entertaining guests. It may be a large porch that’s a room for entertaining or it may be a gallery running along one or more sides of the home, roofed, perhaps with a railing.
Lanai The term Lana’i is Hawaiian. It describes a specific type of porch. This term is used typically in tropical climates as we have here in Florida. It may be screened in or have sliding glass panels. Wood, finished cement, or tile is frequently used for floor covering. Fortunately, regardless of what you call all these structures; a porch, a patio, a veranda, deck, or a lanai, they all can provide the perfect base for a sunroom screen enclosure. Most Florida homes particularly in Marco Island, Bonita Springs, Naples, Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Port Charlotte
Danny Mitchell, the current owner, started working as an installer in 1999. He then devoted his entire life in the business to help homeowners and businesses. His passion was also shared by his entire family, including his wife, brother, mother, and father, who make up part of over 100 employees in Fabri-Tech. For our years of commitment and high-quality service, Fabri-Tech received numerous recognitions from various organizations. It was voted Best of Cape by The Breeze in 2010-2013 and was named an ADFORS SaintGobain Certified Contractor.
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Are you dreaming of a porch, patio, deck, veranda, or a screen enclosure? Would a veranda or lanai enclosure make it easier to enjoy the beauty of the...