Apex Screen Porches & 3 Season Rooms
Apex, NC is a wonderful place to live! “The peak of good living”. Apex has a small town feel with the convenience of a larger city! Apex has been booming in recent years with population growth. The construction industry has done the same to keep up with demand for new housing. This demand has house builders and the Apex inspections department running at full pace, all the time. There is one thing the builders are neglecting to offer with their new housing, though – A really nice screen porch. Over the last 20 years we have witnessed the trend of house builders building really nice houses but a very standard (and small) deck or porch on the back of the house. This is where the builder saves money because it’s on the back of the house. Have you ever seen a house that is gorgeous on the front but the deck or screen porch in the back is falling apart and much too small? It’s likely that this may be your current situation. What the builders don’t realize is that people would spend a lot of time back there if the decks and screen porches were nicely done and big enough. Fortunately, that’s where we come in. We understand that the backyard can be made into an oasis and that’s what we do!
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Apex is one of our favorite places to work and fortunately, most of our projects are in the Apex and Cary areas. We regularly pull permits for screen porch projects in Apex and know all of the ins and outs of the inspections protocols. Working in Apex for over 11 years, we’ve also gained many, many references and reviews from Apex locals. See some of our many Apex screen porches and 3 season room projects below and check out our extensive options list at our main website.
Apex, NC Historical Facts:
Did you know? Apex was got it’s name for being the highest elevation on a 30 mile stretch of the Chatham railroad, which ultimately extends between Richmond, Virginia and Jacksonville Florida. Steam engines would stop at the top of this climb to replenish their water supply on the way to Raleigh.
Did you know? By the turn of the 20th century, Apex only had a population of 349.
Did you know? Apex developed around the train station and spread out into dense forest areas. Apex became an active trading and shopping center, being situated on the railroad.
Did you know? The town’s early growth was shaped by 2 disastrous fires in the early 1900’s:
- In 1905, a fire destroyed many wood-framed commercial buildings in the town.
- A 2nd fire in 1911 destroyed much of the business district, including Many of the old wood-framed stores, the Merchants and Farmer’s Bank, and the postmaster’s house. The fires provided merchants with a strong incentive to replace the old frame structures with fireproof brick buildings.
Did you know? In August 2015, TIME magazine ranked Apex #1 on its list of the nation’s top places to live. In July 2018, Realtor.com ranked Apex the #1 Fastest Growing Suburb in America.