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Ellenp

12:12PM | 11/06/04
Member Since: 09/12/04
2 lifetime posts
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I have a covered patio attached to the back of my house. It was built with the intention of enclosing it one day. I live in Dallas, Texas and we don't have severe winters, but the summers are hot. I'm trying to decide whether to just screen it in or put in sliding doors all the way around with screens. Since there won't be AC or heat piped into the room, I'm not sure which would be the best way to go. I also don't know the expense involved. Do you have any recommenations? Thanks!

Ellenp

theeagle

05:09PM | 11/28/04
Member Since: 11/27/04
174 lifetime posts
roof top vent and screens.

roof top vent that is electrically opened with a heat setting. the hot air escaping up will create a free breeze.


homelivingspaces

07:30AM | 06/30/06
Member Since: 06/19/06
26 lifetime posts
Might want review this website for some help.

http://www.superiorsunrooms.com

Good Luck

Keith

Screen room Kits | http://www.HomeLivingSpaces.com | Do it Yourself Carports-Patio canopy covers


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