Additions and Enclosures – Florida Rooms, Sunrooms, Enclosed Patios and Carports
Are you looking to build an enclosure for your home?
The Construction of Additions, Enclosures and Extentions
Preventive Maintenance Support Services Company are experts at planning and constructing additions and enclosures for homes in South Florida. The many kinds of enclosures, like back porch patios, lanais, patio enclosures and sunrooms can add great benefit to your home or commercial building.
Our additions and enclosures stay cooler in our warm climate because of the insulated panel design. Our closed-air additions are easily cooled saving a lot of money on expensive air conditioning during our sizzling Summer months.
But, these structures need to be built correctly. It takes excellent planning to create a new home environment. We guarantee that you will enjoy your new addition or enclosure, not to mention the added resale value it will provide when it comes time to sell your home.
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Porch and Lanai Enclosures
Front porch, back porch, side porch, it doesn’t matter. Let us turn that outdoor space into a phenomenal indoor space. Don’t have a have a front or back porch enclosure? That’s not a problem, we can build any kind of enclosure that you desire.
Existing Patios and Porches Converted to Comfortable Enclosed Living Space
Acrylic Window Sun Rooms Converted from your existing Screen Enclosure
Removable Windows for Sunrooms
Please scroll through the gallery below to see some of our many options
Your car deserves an aluminum carport. Shelter your car or boat from rain, hail, snow, and blistering heat. Our carports are made from aluminum, custom cut to the size that fits your needs. Our aluminum carports have the handsome baked-on finish as well as the strength of aluminum to give you beauty, durability, and minimal maintenance cost.
- Our Flat Pan Covers are also great for patio covers and covered walkways.
- Engineered to meet all standards
- Customized for your home
- Adds beautiful additions to your home at very economical prices
- Many color combinations to choose from
- Beauty, rugged construction, maintenance free, clean line design
Home Additions and Extentions
Sometimes building an enclosure does not really serve the purpose you have in mind. Maybe you need an additional bedroom or you want to make your kitchen bigger by moving the wall out. Building a new addition is a little more complicated than adding an enclosure. But don’t worry, we have you covered. Adding an addition onto your home involves these steps.
- First, we have to determine if there is room on your property to build the house addition where you want it. To do this we will need a copy of your survey
- Pour a new concrete slab to build the room addition on
- Construct the walls for the additions on the house. This is done with wood or concrete blocks.
- Add windows and doors for the home addition
- Build a roof over the new living space. New roofs can be flat or sloped to match the existing roof on your home
- Make an entrance for the new addition to your house in what used to be your exterior wall
- Finish the interior with drywall, lighting and such
Adding a home addition to your home is a big undertaking, but a well-planned home extension will pay for itself in a short period of time. Increase your home’s value and add to its square footage with a beautiful home addition. The results of a properly designed and built home addition combine the benefits of more space and good looks. Properly done, a new addition will complement the existing homes design. Whether you are planning a one-room home addition, a second-story add-on, or an outdoor room, we are the right contractor for the job.
Building a new addition on your home is a complicated process and you really need a professional like PMSS on your side to help you successfully navigate and complete the task
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Convert your Garage into Living Space
Looking to enlarge your home without spending a fortune for a full-scale addition? Converting your garage into living space typically adds about 600 square feet (assuming it’s a two-car garage) at a fraction of the cost for a new addition.
What Does It Involve?
A garage conversion is not a job to tackle on the cheap. Attention to detail and good planning will make sure the finished product compliments the entire home and doesn’t look like a cheap conversion. Furthermore, a quality conversion may take 4-6 weeks and include:
· Raising the floor height to match the finish floor high of the home
· Fully insulating walls and ceiling
· Adding heating and cooling by tying into the house’s main a/c system or adding an independent ductless mini-split system
· Replacing garage doors with fully insulated stud walls or concrete block
· Adding windows and doors
· Completing the exterior walls to compliment and match the rest of the home