Decks & Screened Porches


A deck can be as simple as a single level area or as complex as a tiered, multi-level deck. It can also include features such as built-in benches, planters, and aluminum hand railings. A deck can add usability to a yard that is uneven or slopped and also adds architectural interest to your home. Adding a deck may be the most cost-effective way to add square footage to your home and can also add to your home’s resale value.
We offer several options for your deck surface. Low-maintenance composite decking, Cedar decking, and Hardwood decking. Composite decking is a very low maintenance option and is made from recycled woods and plastics. The advantages of composite decks are that they require little to no maintenance, do not crack or splinter, and look great year after year. Composite decking is available in a range of colors and textures.

Screened Porches & Three Season Rooms

Screened Porches & Three Season Rooms are another great way to add outdoor living space, with the added advantage of keeping the bugs and rain out. A screened porch or three season room can extend the usable season of your outdoor living space by a few months each year.

A screened porch will block some light coming into your adjacent indoor rooms, so consider adding skylights to provide as much natural light as possible. Vaulted ceilings, receptacles, lighting and fans are great additions that help keep your screened porch cool. You can even add a fireplace to extend the use of your new room into the cooler seasons.

If you are considering an exterior living space, please contact us and allow us to help you plan and build your deck, screened room, or three season room.

Historic Renovations

Old, historic buildings have character and personality that newer buildings lack, but they often have outdated utilities or have been neglected and need repairs. While any commercial or residential remodeler can construct an addition or renovation on a newer building, historic renovation projects require a special touch that only a historic renovation contractor, such as Lawrence, Kansas-based Natural Breeze, can provide.

The Natural Breeze Difference

Natural Breeze Remodeling is locally owned and has been providing quality services to thousands of clients in the Cities of; Lawrence, Eudora, Baldwin, Western Johnson County, and Topeka as well as rural areas inside Douglas, Johnson, Jefferson, Leavenworth, Osage, Franklin, and Shawnee counties. We are ready to work with you on projects that will provide lasting value and beauty to your Home or Business whether residential or commercial.