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How to Screen in a Porch

Screening in a porch beneath an existing room provides a comfortable place to sit outside and keeps away the bugs.

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Top 83 Screens Projects

  1. 1. PV Louvers (02:21)

    Solar panels are incorporated into louvers on this house's exterior facade.

  2. 2. Sports Bar Basement (20:01)

    Josh gives this sports fanatic the "Man Town" basement of his dreams.

  3. 3. Stained Concrete Patio (07:28)

    A swampy backyard gets a facelift with a new patio of stained concrete.

  4. 4. Old Movie Theme Tops Man Cave (00:03:48)

    Man Caves gives an old-school movie-theater look to an owner's basement.

  5. 5. Drilling Above Time Square (05:05)

    On a platform above Times Square, Jason helps hang a giant display screen.

  6. 6. The Barbershop Trio Part 4 (04:53)

    Three barbers add life, energy and a big-screen TV to a classic man cave.

  7. 7. Pool and Pavilion (20:00)

    Dean and Derek install a pool, patio and pavilion in this ultimate space.

  8. 8. Funky Window-Screen Flowers (02:00)

    Watch as funky flowers bloom from window screen.

  9. 9. Outdoor Theater - Part 1 (05:22)

    One family's wasted space is transformed into the ultimate outdoor theater.

  10. 10. Two-Way Home Theater Seating (00:04:03)

    Two movie buffs get a dream garage makeover, complete with a home theater.

  11. 11. Hi-Def Television (01:00)

    We provide a technical description of how HD differs from standard TV.

  12. 12. How to Replace a Window Screen

    Carter Oosterhouse shows how to repair a damaged window screen by replacing the screen material.

    Time:
    Under Half Day
    Cost:
    $1 - $50
    Difficulty:
    Easy to Moderate
  13. 13. Pool & Pavilion Part 3 (04:28)

    Carolina home gets pool, pavilion, grilling station, granite, and flat TV.

  14. 14. Big Screen and Projector (00:20:00)

    Learn how to put up the big screen and install the front projector.

  15. 15. Making Handmade Paper (01:00)

    Give your gifts a personal touch by using paper you've made yourself.

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