Covered Porch Services

A covered porch is a valuable addition to any home, providing a comfortable outdoor space that can be enjoyed throughout the year. When done right, a covered porch can add to the overall aesthetic of a home and may increase its value. Exterior Additions specializes in building custom covered porches. We offer solutions in a variety of styles and sizes to ensure your project will be designed to complement the existing architecture of the home and create a seamless transition between indoor and outdoor living spaces.

Here are some of the benefits you can expect when partnering with Exterior Additions to build your custom covered porch:

  • You are partnering with a team of experts. With over 22+ years of experience and 1,600+ completed projects, we have seen and done just about everything.
  • We have the best team in the industry who will work with you every step of the way to plan and build your covered porch to the highest standards.
  • We have over 600 five star reviews, so you can be sure that you’re partnering with a proven industry leader.
  • We offer free consultations, so you can get all of your questions answered before you make a decision.

We hope you will consider choosing Exterior Additions to build your dream covered porch. We offer free consultations, so you can get all of your questions answered before you make any decisions.

Here is a video of one of the projects we’ve recently completed. This video demonstrates many of the options available when designing and building your custom covered porch with Exterior Additions.

FEATURED COVERED PORCH PROJECTS

See more Covered Porch photos and other porch solutions on our Visual Inspiration page.

Other Porch Services

WHY PICK EXTERIOR ADDITIONS TO BUILD YOUR OUTDOOR LIVING SPACE?

Selecting a contractor to build your outdoor living space is an important decision. At Exterior Additions, we offer a combination of experience, dedication, and a commitment to customer satisfaction that sets us apart from the competition.

With over 600+ five-star reviews, we’ve earned a reputation for delivering top-quality craftsmanship and superior customer service. Since the opening of our establishment in 1999, we’ve completed over 1,600 porch projects, demonstrating our depth of experience and commitment to quality.

As an American owned and family-operated business, we bring a personal touch to every project. We are NC/SC Board Licensed, fully insured, and have an A+ rating with the BBB, providing you with the peace of mind that comes with working with a reputable contractor.

In addition, we are the area’s leading Direct EzeBreeze Dealer and Trex Platinum Level Installers, allowing us to offer you top-quality products and innovative solutions. And with over 30 service awards to our name, we are recognized as industry leaders who consistently deliver excellence.

Finally, we believe in providing tailored solutions. We reject “cookie cutter” designs and work closely with you to design and build a porch addition that suits your unique needs and preferences. Let us help you transform your vision into a stunning reality. Whether you’re looking for a porch addition, sunroom, screened porch, or patio design, our experienced team can create the perfect outdoor living space for you in Concord, Marvin, Indian Land, Indian Trail, Fort Mill, Pineville, Harrisburg, Marvin, Matthews, Mint Hill, Monroe, Rocky River, Stallings, Wesley Chapel, Huntersville, Waxhaw, Weddington, or Charlotte, NC.

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No Cookie Cutter Designs

At Exterior Additions, we believe that every home and homeowner is unique, and this is reflected in our designs. We create custom outdoor living spaces that reflect your style and complement your home’s architecture. Our team of skilled designers and craftspeople take the time to listen to your needs and ideas, then bring them to life with a blend of creativity, experience, quality materials, and workmanship. The result is a one-of-a-kind covered porch that enhances your home’s beauty and functionality.

What is a screened-in porch, and how does it differ from a covered porch?

A screened-in porch is a type of covered porch that is enclosed with screens. The screens provide a barrier against insects and some elements while still allowing you to enjoy fresh air and views of the outdoors. A regular covered porch, on the other hand, is not enclosed, but it provides shade and shelter from the rain. A screen porch is a popular porch addition that many homeowners opt for to enhance their outdoor living space.

What are EZE Breeze porches, and what are their benefits?

EZE Breeze porches feature a unique system of vinyl windows that provide more protection than traditional screens. These windows can be easily opened or closed, allowing you to adjust the level of ventilation depending on the weather. They’re durable, easy to clean, and provide additional protection against rain, wind, and cold.

Types of Porches

Porch Additions

A porch addition is a fantastic way to increase the usable space of your home. It serves as a welcoming entrance or backyard outdoor living area where you can relax or entertain guests.

Sunrooms

Sunrooms, often referred to as four-season rooms, are glass-enclosed spaces that allow ample natural light while providing protection from the elements. They are designed to be enjoyed year-round, regardless of the weather outside. Sunrooms can serve multiple functions, such as a relaxation area, home office, indoor garden, or entertainment room. They are a perfect blend of indoor comfort and outdoor beauty.

Screened Porches

A screened porch is covered with a mesh screen, keeping out insects and debris while still allowing fresh air and natural light to fill the space. It's an ideal choice for those who enjoy the outdoors but want to avoid the inconveniences of direct sunlight, rain, or insects.

Seasonal Porch Use

A covered porch provides an adaptable space that can be enjoyed all year round. Each season brings unique opportunities for outdoor living, and your covered porch can be optimized with a sunroom to make the most out of these times.
Here are a few suggestions:
  • Spring: As the temperatures start to rise and the world comes back to life, your porch can be the perfect place to enjoy the fresh air. Consider adding potted plants for a pop of color and a breath of nature.
  • Summer: Your covered porch can provide a shaded retreat from the heat. Install a ceiling fan to provide a cool breeze. Opt for outdoor furniture with light-colored, breathable fabrics to keep things comfortable.
  • Autumn: Autumn is a beautiful season to spend on the porch. This could be a great time to introduce outdoor heating, like a fire pit or a patio heater, to keep your porch cozy as the weather starts to cool.
  • Winter: Even in the colder months, your porch can still be a lovely outdoor retreat. Enclosing the space with Eze-Breeze windows or similar options can create a more temperature-controlled environment. Cozy throws and cushions add warmth, while outdoor string lights can create a festive atmosphere.

Frequently Asked Questions

Answers to a few questions we have heard multiple times.
We know that you may have several doubts regarding the construction process, so we have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you.

Consider the size and layout of your property, the style of your home, your budget, and how you plan to use the space. Also, consider local building codes and regulations, which may affect the design and construction of your porch.

Covered porches increase the usable square footage of your home, provide additional outdoor living space, and enhance curb appeal – all of which can increase your home’s value.

The timeframe varies depending on the complexity of the project; contact us for more details.

The choice of material depends on your personal preference, budget, and lifespan. Wood offers a classic look but requires more maintenance. Composite and PVC are more durable and require less maintenance, but they can be more expensive.

We carefully consider your home’s style, colors, and materials during the design process. Our goal is to create a seamless transition between your home and your new porch.

Regular cleaning is essential. For wood porches, periodic sealing or staining may be necessary. Composite and PVC porches require less maintenance.

Contact us to schedule a free consultation. During this meeting, we’ll discuss your needs and preferences, assess your property, and provide an estimate for the project. Project timelines are typically custom to each individual circumstance. We’ll typically give you a rough timeframe when you request a quote from us.

Yes, not only does it provide additional usable space, but it also enhances curb appeal and your home’s value.

A covered porch is attached to the house, while a patio can be either attached or detached. Porches typically have a roof that matches the rest of the house, whereas a covered patio might have a separate or different type of covering. Porch contractors typically handle the construction project of adding a screen porch, sunroom, or front porch.

Yes, a covered porch can provide some protection against frost. However, it may not be sufficient for plants that are highly sensitive to cold. Using additional measures like thermal covers or moving plants indoors during freezing temperatures can help ensure their survival. A screen porch addition or sunroom can also offer more comprehensive protection.

Coverage for a porch will depend on your specific insurance policy. Most home insurance policies should cover your porch under the dwelling coverage portion of your policy, but it’s always best to check with your insurance provider to be sure.

Yes, a covered porch can usually be added to an existing house. The specifics will depend on your home’s architecture, local building codes, and other factors. Contact us to learn about the possibilities and requirements.

The cost can vary greatly depending on the size of the porch, the materials used, whether it’s a simple design or a custom build, and other factors. Reach out to us for a free consultation and quote.

Absolutely! Our team prides itself on being able to bring any idea to life, no matter how unique. We’ll work closely with you throughout the entire process to ensure that the end result is exactly what you had in mind.

We only use the highest quality materials to ensure durability and longevity for our projects. This includes wood, vinyl, aluminum, and composite options.

No. Unfortunately, we do not offer in-house financing at this time.

Yes! In fact, we are proud of designing specialized, high-quality custom porches. We know that each house is as unique as those who live there and that one-size-fits-all is a counter-productive construction strategy. Our team of porch contractors specializes in screen porches, porch additions, sunrooms, and front porches.

Project timelines are typically custom to each individual circumstance. We’ll typically give you a rough timeframe when you request a quote from us.

A permit is required when adding any load-supporting structures to your home or making any structural repairs/remodeling to your home. Also, any changes to your home’s mechanical, electrical, or plumbing system may require a permit.

Yes! A free estimate may consist of a site visit, phone consultation, or email correspondence. On most projects, a site visit is suggested to discuss details in depth and explore options. If you are looking to budget your future project, check out our estimator or fill out our form to schedule a free estimate.

Yes, we are fully licensed and insured for your peace of mind. We also have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.

Much like deck construction, the timeline for porch building is dependent on individual circumstances. We will typically give you a rough estimate during the initial consultation or quote request.

Yes! We offer screen installation options for both new constructions and retrofits. Screens can provide extra comfort by keeping bugs out and adding a layer of privacy. Contact us to discuss screen options for your porch.

Are you allergic to dust, pollen, or critters? Want to enjoy the freshness of the outdoors with the comforts of the indoors? A screened-in porch could be a great option for you. However, if you prefer an open-air porch or budget is a factor, it may not be necessary. We can help with design suggestions and estimates to suit your individual needs.