improvenet.com says the average construction estimate for a brand new porch is about $70 per square foot, so a basic 8-by-10 screened in porch would cost about $5,600. a forum member on city data said they were quoted about $8,000 for a 10 by 12 deck .
on average, a complete screened in porch that has to be custom built can cost anywhere from $7,000 to $25,000, depending on the size and other factors, something we get into later. experts will state that most jobs will be within the $55 to $95 per square foot range.
the cost per square foot varies depending on interior and exterior finishes, material types, necessary permits, architecture fees and company-related overhead, says kaufman of american home and hardscape.another key factor in cost per square foot is whether the sunroom is constructed to be a three-season or a four-season space.
the cost of hiring a professional varies by contractor, but is typically determined by the porchs square footage, pfeffer says. the national average cost to rescreen a porch is $110 for the first 32 square feet, then $2-3 for each additional square foot.
the labor cost to covert a deck into a screened-in porch requires some framing and trim enhancements to support the screens look to spend $6 to $8 per sq. ft. and $16 per square foot for any framing, roofing that needs to be done.
the cost per square 100 sq. ft. will depend on your current roof type, shingles $100-200, metal $300-800, slate $600-1500, etc. expect labor to cost $300 or more per sq. ft. when your porch cant hold more weight, and you cant afford new supports and roof, consider awnings.
screen in porch costs for your project in zip code 98102 with these options, the cost to screen in porch starts at $29.41-$42.66 per square foot. your actual price will depend on job size, conditions, finish options you choose.
relevantly, covered porch costs per square foot are more expensive than having an open porch. for the standard broom finish concrete porch, it would cost an average of $8.50 per square foot. if you choose to have it stained, stamped, or colored, it could shoot up from $10.50 up to $11.50 per square foot.