A roof structure or screened enclosure over a new or existing deck is a valuable addition, providing protection against sun, rain, and insects, while adding more aesthetic and resale value than an awning or a gazebo.
A roof structure doesn’t have to cover an entire deck. If your deck is large, consider covering only one portion and leaving the remainder uncovered. Besides reducing the price of the project, a partially covered deck allows you to enjoy the sun more on cooler days when the shade isn’t needed.
“We’re exceptionally happy with Stump’s. From the initial consult, through quoting, construction, and making sure we were happy afterwards, Stump’s was a joy to work with.”
Outdoor Living Upgrades & Additions
Take your covered deck to the next level with custom integrations like an outdoor kitchen, heater, or skylights. Let us know if you’re interested in adding any of these features to your project!
An eye-catching and functional element for any outdoor living space.
Bring your outdoor space to life and gather around the warmth of a fire pit.
Gathering family and friends has never been more convenient or fun.
Create visual interest and functionality with a wall, patio, or other masonry feature.
Enjoy your outdoor space year-round and keep warm with a Bromic heater.
Instantly create a comfortable outdoor room on your deck or porch with a wood or vinyl pergola.
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Start planning your dream backyard space. Get inspired by some of our recent projects, see popular options and design elements, and learn about our process for designing & building custom decks.
Our Design & Build Process
Our process is designed to make your planning and decision making a hassle-free experience. We want to understand completely what you’re looking for, your budget, and your timeline.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What types of screens do you offer for decks?
We recommend two brands: Screeneze and Phantom. Screeneze products are great because they are easy for us to install (and they look great too). Phantom offers motorized and retractable screens, which are convenient features.
- What does a typical project cost?
Many of our basic low-maintenance screened-in rooms without a deck cost between $35,000-$55,000. However, since patio size, options, and materials can vary greatly, the cost of a project can easily reach $80,000-$90,000.