Nashville, TN (PressExposure) November 16, 2009 -- Front-Porch-Ideas-and-More.com announces the expansion of its screen porch design section to include photos of custom built screen porch designs by The Porch Company of Nashville TN. "Our extensive screened porch design photo galleries give visitors a multitude of ideas for designing and furnishing their own screen porch", states Mary Morris, co-creator of Front Porch Ideas and More.com. Their recent photo addition will give visitors a look at the finest screen porch designs. In addition, the photos also provide extensive furnishing ideas along with amenities like fireplaces, flat screen televisions, designer lighting ideas, and much more.
Screen porches are very popular and people continually look for new designs and ideas to incorporate in their own porches. Screen porch additions add extra living space at a fraction of the cost of a room addition. In many areas, screen porches can be used almost year round. In cooler climates, adding a portable heater substantially increases the outdoor season. If designed correctly, adding glass panels in the winter can turn your screen porch into a three or four season room.
Screen porches are versatile and can be used in a variety of ways: - Make it large enough for entertaining complete with flat screen television and surround sound - Use it as office space for your office; add surge protection for computers and directional lighting - Enjoy it as a spa complete with hot tub - Make it your gym-at-home by adding your exercise equipment (install floor receptacle for exercise machines) - Entertain your family and friends by turning your screened porch in an outdoor game room; add a popcorn machine and Wii
"We are excited about adding these exquisite screen porch design pictures from The Porch Company. We want to give our visitors the very best porch and screen porch ideas," states Mary. Front-Porch-Ideas-And-More.com will continue to provide online information to our visitors to help them design, build, and furnish their porches. Life is short. Enjoy your porch."