From a technical point of view, therefore, transforming a balcony into a veranda is not an invasive intervention . There are light and aesthetically flawless solutions , which do not require masonry work. The most beautiful and satisfying are the “all glass” ones, in which the metal supporting structure is really reduced to a minimum and practically invisible. Always better, then, to opt for sliding windows , which can be opened easily, take up little space and give back to the balcony its “airy” soul. The important thing, if you want a clean and impeccable job, is to rely on an expert company screened in patio in Utica, MI.
MORE LIGHT, MORE SPACE, MORE LIFE
Choosing to transform your balcony into a beautiful and well-kept veranda means giving your home a second life. First of all because space is gained. An outdoor area, in fact, often has limited usability. Once closed, however, it effectively becomes a new room , which expands the living area. A beautiful portion of the living room, for example, with a panoramic view. Or a bright studio, for those who like to work looking out the window.
Light is the second great advantage that a beautiful veranda guarantees. The whole house will gain in brightness. This means both an improvement in the quality of life (light is good for you and a good mood) and a reduction in the costs of electricity related to lighting.
Remaining on the subject of savings, there are also beneficial effects on the heating front . A professionally built veranda is in fact also a space well protected from external temperature variations, both in winter and in summer.
All this turns into an improvement in the livability of the house . You will rediscover the pleasure of inviting friends and relatives, perhaps to enjoy a good coffee in the shelter of your new window, enjoying the view on the outside.
The truth is that, according to the definition of the law, a veranda , even when made entirely of glass and with a very light structure, is in any case a stable system destined to permanently increase the airspace of a house . Therefore, the requirements of provisionality and removability that are typical, for example, of pergotende, are no longer valid.