This Screened In Porch Homesteading House DIY Project is for the motivated homesteader who wants to expand their outdoor living space and be secured safely from mosquitoes. Having a place to enjoy a cool breeze on a hot evening can cool the whole family down and relax. Many old homesteaders used to sleep in their screened in porches before air conditioning to get some blessed relief.
Who does not like to enjoy sitting outside on a cool evening after a long hard day at the office? Depending on where you live, you might have extra company that is uninvited and unwanted if you were to try it in the late spring and summer. Unfortunately, this is the perfect time for mosquitoes and other flying bugs to hang around waiting to spoil your relaxing time.
This DIY project was designed to introduce the reader to a solution for the pests; a homemade screened-in porch or patio.
This Do It Yourself project was created and shared in hopes to help fellow DIYers be able to build their own so they could enjoy an evening out in the fresh air without worrying about the pests.
The project includes a complete listing of all the wood, tools, supplies and other materials that will be necessary to get started.
It also has a complete, easy to follow step by step instructional guide that covers everything from start to finish.
Click here to read about how to build a Screened In Porch Homesteading House DIY Project:
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