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Old 08-09-2008, 09:22 AM   #1
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Screening in an existing porch


I plan to screen in an existing porch on a new house. The area is a treated lumber deck with a roof extending from the house. (see photos). My questions are these; what is the best way to screen the area? i have seen the screen-tight kits at Lowes and HD, but have not been impressed. I'd like to keep the cost down and do it myself, but want to make sure I do it right. Also, what is the best screening material to use; fiberglass or aluminum screen. Which is easier and which provideds the best results?
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Screening in an existing porch


no response in a year?? I am interested in doing a similar project; instead of a deck we have a concrete porch with a roof over it.

Did you ever complete this?

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