5 Outdoor Space Upgrades That Don’t Cost A Fortune
Whether it’s your permanent home or your vacation rental that needs an outdoor upgrade, you can make a number of changes on any budget. From refurbishing the furniture in your Myrtle Beach sunroom to adding a LifeRoom to your home, there’s a way to enhance your outdoor living space. Most of these upgrades can be done in a weekend (or with a call to Myrtle Beach sunroom contractors), but you’re sure to enjoy them throughout the summer and beyond.
Paint The Door
Give your covered patio or Myrtle Beach sunroom a completely new feel by painting the door that leads to your outdoor living space. The backdoor doesn’t typically get much love, so a fresh shade of bright blue or a vibrant yellow will add character to the space.
Replace Light Fixtures
Do you have the typical glass box-style light fixture beside the door leading to your deck or LifeRoom? Upgrade the space with new light fixtures that match the décor in your custom Myrtle Beach sunroom. Choose fixtures that direct the light from the bottom for better mood lighting, rather than fixtures that have an exposed bulb from the top.
Fix The Furniture
You know the “wobbly” chair you always warn people about before they sit down? It’s time to move it off your covered patio and replace it with functional outdoor furniture. Use benches that serve as seating and storage to hide the toys in your Four Seasons Sunroom, or opt for French Wire furniture that works well for a sunroom space purposed for dining or relaxing.
Screen The Patio
If you love the summer nights but hate the pests that come out to play, it’s time to create a screen room. Take in a beautiful sunset or enjoy a cup of coffee when you wake without being bothered with bug spray or the weather. A screen room contractor in Myrtle Beach will enclose your current patio or build a whole new space for you to enjoy the outdoors while being protected from insects.
Add a retractable screen to your pool or lanai cover in Myrtle Beach. Access with a push of a button allows easy entry but it also gives you an uninterrupted view of your backyard or the sunset. The Myrtle Beach pool enclosure will keep your family protected from insects and the weather (not to mention you’ll spend less time cleaning the pool), but a retractable screen gives effortless access to the backyard during cookouts or family events.
When it’s time to update your outdoor living space, you can make simple changes that cost $20, or make an investment in your property with a home addition or upgrades to your current screen room or pool enclosure. No matter the budget, creating a comfortable environment that fits your family’s needs means you’ll spend more time in the space, dramatically increasing your return on the investment.