Sometimes what appears to be an easy job turns out to be a lot of work. My customer lives in a spectacular vintage mid-century ranch. Attached to the back of her home is a screen room that on the surface appeared to be in good shape. However, on closer inspection it was in need of a total rebuild. Wood post were rotting, and the old aluminum screens were in bad shape. The floor had been painted several times, and also had residual glue from old indoor-outdoor carpeting. The ceiling was pealing because the roof had no ventilation. The screen room was in need of a total repair. Please see the pictures below.

The old screen room looked good, but it was falling apart. The owner also wanted a more open look.
Here you can see both the red and green paint as well as the yellow carpet glue.
A beautifully sanded patio.
The old ceiling was peeling due to poor ventilation of the roof.
Cellular PVC material boards replaced the old wood ceiling. PVC is durable and doesn’t need to be painted.
Aluminum cladding was fabricated to cover some of the framing.
Exposed new wall.
New wall with aluminum cladded installed.
Screeneze system allows for very large screens and a very open view.
Screeneze screens in place.
Overview showing the newly renovated screen room.
Another view.