Choosing The Best Patio Enclosures

Vinyl patio enclosures are an excellent choice for homeowners who want to redesign their outdoor living spaces but do not want to invest in expensive patio furniture or upgrades. However, vinyl is a synthetic material that does not hold up well against the elements. It will fail prematurely if it is not adequately cared for and protected from ultraviolet radiation (UV) rays. Fortunately, this problem can be solved by applying a UV-resistant coating to the vinyl surfaces of your enclosure.

There are two types of patio enclosures: aluminum and vinyl. Vinyl patio enclosures usually have solid walls on all four sides with meshed openings on the front and back walls to allow airflow into the enclosure while keeping insects outside where they belong.

On the other hand, aluminum¬†patio enclosures in Richmond Hill, GA¬†are very similar to an aluminum “summerhouse” with glass windows and screens on all four sides. The primary difference is that they may have solid walls instead of windows.

Choosing between vinyl or aluminum will depend on your budget and personal preference. Each material has its own benefits and drawbacks. However, both materials do not compare well against their natural outdoor counterpart: wood. Natural woods like redwood, cedar, teak, or mahogany are usually preferred by homeowners who want a classy look to their patios that will age gracefully over time rather than quickly deteriorate due to exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UV). Fortunately, manufacturers now offer UV-resistant coatings for both vinyl and aluminum patio enclosures, which will help maintain the original look of your enclosure for many years.

If you are considering purchasing a patio enclosure, be sure to ask the manufacturer about the availability of a UV-resistant coating. It may cost a little more, but it’s definitely worth the investment to protect your valuable investment.