Your porch. Most of you reading this right now would have one if you were privileged enough to own your very own freestanding home. Of course, it does not need to be freestanding in order for you to enjoy the typical delights of the porch. It could be a terraced house or, as it is called in some parts of the world; a town house. This porch is also commonly known as the veranda. And more often these days, folks are beginning to refer to same as a stoop.
Now, not all porches are blessed to have a sheltering roof over it. It is out in the open, fully exposed to the elements. It is even exposed to the passing traffic should the property’s front wall or fence not be accompanied by a tall, neat edge. Or a six foot wall with razor wire and all. From this point onwards you perhaps begin to appreciate why a screened in porch in Des Moines IA would be a good idea. But having screened yourself in with this screen, you could still lift the screen up in order to absorb all surroundings should the sun be out and it is a fine, pleasant morning indeed.
Or evening or afternoon, as the case may be.
So to get on with the substantiation then. Why it is necessary to have a screened in porch. Or to put it mildly, why this would be a recommendation. Right from the start, those who are seated on the porch will be sheltered from the sun should they wish to enjoy their porch during the warmest and brightest time of the day. But they also get to look after their pot plants and all other paraphernalia that is part and parcel of the décor.