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What Is The Difference Between A Porch Or A Patio
When you are looking for a home, you will see a home maybe with a front porch, back porch or maybe a patio. Know the Distinction before visiting the residents- The words are sometimes used interchangeably.
But a patio and a porch are not the same by definition. At home, both provide a spot to enjoy the outdoors near the indoors, and that's almost where the similarities end. Understanding the differences, however, can broaden your architectural design smarts.
A porch is typically constructed at any entryway and attached to the home. It may be covered or not, and screened or not.
A patio , on the other hand, is constructed in or on the ground directly beside or slightly out from the home, such as around an in-ground pool.
It may be made from practically any hard material, including poured concrete, paving blocks, flat rocks, bricks or gravel set in the earth.
Wood decks, even those constructed on the ground, are not patios.
Depending on codes, decks and porches that are 2 feet or higher typically must have a railing.
The home construction and design industry makes a distinction between the terms "porch" and "patio".
As construction styles vary widely, there will be overlap in the definitions, but in general, a porch is part of the home's structure and serves as an entryway to the home.
A patio is a paved or hardscaped surface and is not part of the structure but often next to it.
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