Expand the living space of your home with a beautiful, custom-built three-season room from Freedom Fence and Deck. With a three-season room, your family can enjoy all the fresh air, wide-open views, and sunshine of the outdoors, from a living space that’s just as luxurious and comfortable as any room in your home.
Homeowners in Baltimore County, Howard County, and Harford County, including Towson, Essex, White Marsh, Columbia and Bel Air have counted on Freedom Fence and Deck for the very best three-season rooms for over two decades. We have an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau (BBB), an Angie’s List Super Service Award, and have never received a complaint with the Maryland Home Improvement Commission (MHIC). Freedom Fence and Deck is a veteran-owned and veteran-operated company that proudly offers military discounts on three-season rooms, along with senior citizen and multi-project discounts.
Building Your Three-Season Room with Freedom Fence and Deck
The owners of Freedom Fence and Home are out on the job site of every three-season room we build, monitoring the progress and ensuring our high standards are upheld. We employ highly-trained professionals to build your three-season room, never inexperienced day laborers. Every one of our sales representatives has experience with the Three-season room construction process, so you can trust their recommendations.
Difference between a Three-Season Room and a Four-Season Room
The answer may seem obvious – one season! The big difference between a three-season room and a four-season room is that a four-season room is designed to be used in the winter months. The HVAC system of your home is used to keep a four-season room at room temperature during the winter months, and cool during the summer months. The insulated walls, floor and roof make it possible to maintain comfortable temperatures in extreme cold and heat. In addition, because a four-season room is heated and cooled by your existing home’s HVAC, a four-season room can be kept open to the rest of the house, instead of closed off with an exterior door.
Three-Season Rooms Are:
- Used during spring, summer and fall
- Faster to construct and more affordable
- Not insulated
- Separated from the home with an exterior door
- Not heated or cooled by your home’s HVAC
Four-Season Rooms Are:
- Built with insulated walls, floor and roof
- Built to use your home’s HVAC
- Able to be opened to the rest of your home
Because of Maryland’s relatively short and mild winters, many homeowners find a three-season room to be a better option for Maryland’s climate.