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A covered porch offers a great transition to the outside or backyard. Especially when it's raining, you can just run up the walk and jump into shelter without worrying about getting wet or having muddy nasty shoes on a clean floor.
A covered porch is great for rocking chairs, lazy days and lemonade. It is the quiet resting place for the family. Built on the front, it is the perch from which the goings-on of the neighborhood can be surveyed; off the back it can expand a family room or den.
Tiger Roofing recommends you think about these things.
1. If built correctly, it can be a serious enhancement to the home's curb appeal or overall value. Part of the planning process involves placement of the porch-front, side or back-as well as porch size, type, style and material.
2. There are many big decisions involved in the process and construction of such a spacious area. Here's a basic rundown of the big decisions to make when adding a covered porch.