top of page
  • Writer's pictureMike Delahoz

Raise Your Property Value With a Screened Patio Enclosure

Updated: Jul 29, 2022

With the Central Florida housing market seemingly on the up and up, many homeowners are looking for ways to get the most out of their homes in terms of resale value. While walk-in closets, stone countertops, and a fresh paint job are all popular value adds according to a study conducted by Redfin, there is another home improvement that increases the value and ensures homeowners get the most money at closing: screen rooms and patio enclosures.

The Redfin study shows that homes with a screened-in porch almost always sold at the asking price, meaning Florida homeowners with patio enclosures got every dime they asked for. If you are a Central Florida homeowner and are planning on selling your home soon — or are looking for a way to increase both value and enjoyability of your home with no plans of selling --- then a screened-in porch may be the ideal solution.

Below, the experts at Florida Pool Enclosures have outlined how custom-designed screened enclosures can boost the resale value of your home, while also increasing your home's enjoyment every moment until you decide to move.

screened porch, existing porch, screen porch, screen walls, screened enclosures

Looking to Take Your Pool to the Next Level?


Advantages of Patio Enclosures

  • 1. Maximize the Resale Value of Your Home

  • 2. Make Your Existing Patio More Enjoyable

Maximize Your Home's Resale Value with a Screened-In Patio

If you're ready to put your home on the market and cash out — don't list it just yet. Adding a screened patio enclosure to your home can be a great way to increase its value and ensure you take full advantage of this record-breaking market. There are many reasons a screen room is a major value add: for one, it creates an extra living area and makes your home feel larger to prospective buyers. It also helps to protect your outdoor living space from the elements while keeping debris out.

A screened patio enclosure can be used for many different purposes, such as enjoying meals outdoors or relaxing in the sun, and will ensure your home stands out to prospective buyers. Want to make sure you get the absolute most out of the sale of your home? Opt for a custom screen room enclosure from Florida Pool Enclosures.

Make Your Outdoor Living Space More Enjoyable

No plans of selling your house and just looking for a way to make your outdoor living area more enjoyable year-round? Then choosing to install a patio screen enclosure is your best bet. Patio screen enclosures allow for comfortable, year-round relaxation, protecting you and your family from harmful UV rays and pesky mosquitoes. Having a porch enclosure for your outdoor space also dramatically improves a home's entertaining abilities, empowering you to bring friends and family together in the comfort of your screen room.

Is a Screen Room Right for You?

Whether you are looking for a way to recoup your investment in your Central Florida home or just get the most out of your outdoor area, patio enclosures are a great way to accomplish both of these goals and more. A screen room addition is certainly an investment, but if installed properly and designed with structural integrity in mind, it's an investment that will pay off in both resale value and enjoyment.

Trust the Team at Florida Pool Enclosures

The best way to make sure you get the most out of your investment is by entrusting Florida Pool Enclosures with your porch enclosure design and installation. After 25 years in operation, the experts at Florida Pool Enclosures have developed custom screen enclosure solutions for clients — helping them get the most out of their Central Florida homes.

For more information on potential screen enclosure options, contact Florida Pool Enclosures by dialing (407) 260-2800 or complete our contact form and an FPE representative will reach out to you ASAP.


Florida Pool Enclosures Proudly Services the Following Areas:

Orange County, Seminole County, Lake County, Osceola County, Volusia County, and Broward County. Our team commonly operates in Metro West, Doctor Phillips, Windermere, Kissimmee, Winter Garden, Gotha, Oviedo, Oakland, Apopka, College Park, Winter Park, Sorrento, Longwood, Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Heathrow, & Sanford.


bottom of page