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New Orleans Porch Enclosures - Enjoy Custom-Made Porch without the Bugs or Rain

A porch is a wonderful place to sit outside with a book on the weekends, host a summer party with friends, or watch the sunset after a long day at work.

If you’re lucky enough to have a home with porches, you’ll no doubt want to enjoy them. That’s why we offer quality New Orleans porch enclosures to help you enjoy your porches without incident.

Unfortunately, bugs and the elements can put a damper on outdoor lounging on the porch, turning an otherwise enjoyable experience into an unbearable situation. When the rainy and storm season starts, your plans to enjoy the outdoors may all too often cut short by inclement weather.

Porch Enclosures New Orleans - Crescent Iron WorksAs a porch enclosure supplier, we’re able to enhance homeowners’ decks, patios and porches by protecting them (and you) from the elements, allowing you to enjoy your porch rain or shine.

Give us a call to get a free estimate for our enclosed front porch services, or keep reading to learn more about how a sunroom can improve your home.

What is a porch cover or enclosure?

Deck enclosures, porch enclosures, sunrooms, and other similar structures all share one common theme: they protect you from bugs and weather that might make outdoor activities unpleasant, using barriers such as framed screens, panels, overhead extensions or other structures to enhance the space.

There are a variety of customizable features you can pick from to complete your porch cover.

Some of the options available through Crescent City Iron Works Include the following:

    • Porch covers alone, without walls, which allow the most airflow and shade from the sun
    • Porch cover kits if you’d like to construct a porch cover yourself
    • Screens instead of glass panels, which allow more airflow than glass and keep bugs out
    • Glass panels, which keep both bugs and rain out
    • Windows that open, with or without screens
    • Ceiling fans and overhead lights, to add light and air circulation
    • Sunroom enclosures, which can have a glass ceiling (for light) or a more “shade-friendly” ceiling
    • Front porch options – you don’t have to limit your enclosure to your back porch
    • Brick enclosure accents to match your home (or to complement your home)
    • Screened-in deck add-ons to protect your existing deck area

Sunroom Enclosures

When we reach our rainy season, staying indoors can be discouraging. With a sunroom enclosure, however, you can sit outside and watch the rain fall on the glass – it’s almost therapeutic. You could even do yoga, host a family gathering, or work on a craft project “in the rain.”

For these reasons, many of our clients choose a sunroom installation for their back porch.

Porch Enclosures

A porch enclosure is a slightly different type of enclosure. With a sunroom installation, we will come to your property and build an entirely new structure over an existing porch area (or add a porch area as part of the sunroom).

With a porch enclosure, however, our clients typically have an existing roof over their porch area. We simply come to construct walls that shield our clients from bugs and weather. These can be screens or glass, with accents in different materials to complement your home.

Porch Enclosures New Orleans - Crescent Iron WorksPorch enclosures are best for those hot, humid days where you need shelter from both the sun and the bugs. Shade from your porch cover provides a relief from the sun, while your porch enclosure walls will keep out bugs. They can also provide a cozy atmosphere for hosting outdoor family meals while it rains.

Many of our clients with existing porches choose porch enclosures as a solution to their bug and weather challenges.

More than a porch enclosure service provider

At Crescent City Iron Works, we are proud to be New Orleans owned and operated and we offer a wide range of services and products aimed at improving the homes and lives of the residents.

We help individuals bring their visions to reality, utilizing a number of services and materials to enhance and beautify any residence.

A few reasons customers prefer working with our company:

  • New Orleans porch enclosures: Rather than working with a large, faceless company, our clients enjoy working with local experts to design and install sunrooms, screened-in decks, and porch enclosures suitable for NOLA architecture and style.
  • “Near me” service: If your friend’s children accidentally rip one of your porch screens in the future, or you need a similar project done promptly, we’re just a call and a couple miles away. Because we focus on providing service to New Orleans, you know you’ll have our full attention when you need us.
  • Worry-free installation: We’ve been installing glass enclosures, brick enclosures, screened-in decks, and more in this area for 30 years. Our experts will evaluate your property before beginning installation to ensure you’ve selected the best option for your home, then install your new enclosure carefully and check to make sure you’re satisfied with the final result.

We take customer satisfaction seriously. When you work with us, you can rest knowing we check every detail to give you the best final result.

Other Services

Once you’ve installed your porch enclosure, you may start spending more time outside – and realize you’d like to renovate more areas of your home and yard.

If you’re looking at further improving your property, give us a call! We offer many services to meet a variety of aesthetic, practical, and even security needs. Some of these include:

  • Porch doors in both French door and sliding door style, so your porch has a beautiful entrance that matches your new sunroom.
  • Storm doors for your entrance or porch door, so you can breathe in fresh air even if you aren’t in your sunroom
  • Custom wrought-iron fences for your front or backyard, to match your style and provide an added layer of security to your home
  • And more!

Driving Directions

Crescent City Iron Works is located at Magazine St., 17 minutes away from Crescent Park and 28 minutes away from Nola Riding Academy.

From Crescent Park (6.4 miles):

Take N Peters St to Elysian Fields Ave: Head north on Montegut St toward Chartres St and turn left onto Chartres St. Turn left onto St. Ferdinand St. St Ferdinand St turns right and becomes N Peters St.

Continue on Elysian Fields Ave. Take I-10 W, US-90 W/S Claiborne Ave and Louisiana Ave to Magazine St: Turn right onto Elysian Fields Ave and turn left onto N Claiborne Ave. Use the left lane to take the ramp onto I-10 W. Use the middle lane to take the U.S. 90 business W exit toward Westbank/Claiborne Avenue. Use the middle lane to take the U.S. 90 business W exit toward Westbank/Claiborne Avenue. Turn left onto Toledano St. Continue onto Louisiana Ave. Turn right onto Magazine St.

From Nola Riding Academy (16.0 miles): Take Nicolle Blvd to Lapalco Blvd: Head northeast toward Torque Ln and turn left onto Torque Ln. Turn right onto Nicolle Blvd.

Continue on Lapalco Blvd. Take US-90 BUS E to Melpomene St in New Orleans: Turn right onto Lapalco Blvd. Sharp left to stay on Lapalco Blvd. Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Westwood Dr and another right after Wendy’s. Use the left 2 lanes to take the US 90 Business E ramp. Continue onto US-90 BUS E. Take exit 11A toward Tchoupitoulas Street. Keep right at the fork and merge onto Tchoupitoulas St.

Drive to Magazine St: Turn right onto Melpomene St then turn left at the 3rd cross street onto Magazine St. Slight right to stay on Magazine St.

About New Orleans

We love living in New Orleans. It’s why we rooted our business here. If you’re new, welcome – we know you’ll fall in love with this city, too.

Here are a few great starting places to explore our city:

  • New Orleans Food Walking Tour of the French Quarter: You’re probably already a fan of New Orleans’ world-famous jambalaya and gumbo. With this tour, you’ll discover the local restaurants that create these meals with unforgettable flavor and style. Looking for a favorite go-to dinner restaurant? Start here.
  • The Cabildo: One of the most historically significant buildings in New Orleans, this Spanish structure was the site of the Louisiana Purchase and the seat of Louisiana government for many decades. It’s now a museum with rare artifacts and incredible stories from Louisiana’s past.
  • City Park: Another thing New Orleans is known for: alligators. And turtles. And swamp life in general. City Park preserves over 1,000 acres of Louisiana bayou in the middle of the metropolitan area, making it larger even than Central Park. Get to know our animal neighbors’ natural habitats with a walk in one of City Park’s many well-maintained trails, or by joining a hiking group or tour.

Resources

What to Know Before Adding a Sunroom (Better Homes and Gardens)
Open or Screened-In Porch? (The Home Wizards)
Porch Design Solution: Covering a Sun-Drenched Deck (This Old House)

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Crescent City Iron Works
3436 Magazine St., Suite #120-B
New Orleans, LA 70115

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