White, bronze and clay.
Yes, a pet door can be designed into most enclosures.
As long as these elements are planned at the beginning of the project so the proper beams and chases are installed first.
No, as long as you keep the enclosure doors closed and the screens in good working condition.
Yes, but we can install 20×20 screens to prevent entry of no-see-um bugs. However, these screens significantly reduce air flow, which may not be desirable.
While very little maintenance is required, if you live in an area that produces a lot of dirt or dust, then gentle pressure washing is acceptable as long as your screens aren’t too old.
We haven’t seen a size that couldn’t be accommodated. The overall size is dependent of the land available and the setbacks.
A flat, level surface is required. We can build on most existing concrete patio and pool flooring.
Bi-Rite Enclosures works exclusively with Suncoast Aluminum Engineering, who is considered the leading engineering firm designing structures for outdoor living. For more information, visit http://www.suncoasteng.com.
Workmanship and materials are covered for 1 year.
Yes, a building permit is required and we will obtain the permit for the project.
Under Florida Statue 713.13, a notice of commencement for property improvements over $2,500 must be filed with the appropriate county office before a building inspector is allow to inspect and sign-off on the work.
Yes, enclosures are considered a permanent structure and impact your property value and property taxes.
You can call (850) 487-1395 or go the website for the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation, www.MyFloridaLicense.com.
You can call toll-free, (866) 532-1440.
Sunroom : A room with large windows, designed to allow in a lot of sunlight. Commonly called a Florida room or glass room and in some real estate listings in Alabama, an Alabama room. Not to be mistaken with a solarium or greenhouse which have glass or vinyl walls and roofs.
Screen Room : A room with screened walls and a roof structure that makes the space open to the elements. Commonly, referred to as a screened porch or screened-in porch and by some folks, it’s called a Carolina room.
Patio Cover : A cover to protect a space, like a deck or patio, from the sun and rain. This cover can be freestanding or attached to a house or building, but not screened or glassed in. It is also called a lanai.
Awning : A rooflike shelter of aluminum extending over a doorway, breezeway or walkway to provide protection from the rain and sun. Awnings are mostly used over windows.
Breezeway : A roofed outdoor passage, open on the sides, for connecting two office buildings or a house with a garage.
Four Season Room : A room addition enclosed with glass or vinyl windows that is cooled and heated for year-round enjoyment. The most common types are sunrooms.
Three Season Room : A room addition enclosed with glass or vinyl that features floor-to-ceiling windows with UV protection to protect both furnishings and occupants from the sun. These rooms are typically cooled, but not heated for use in the winter time.