Screened in Porch Panels - Rolls



Our Screened in Porch Panel Rolls are made to provide an aesthetically pleasing interior to your screened enclosure. These high density polyethylene plastic (HDPE) rolls are smooth, non-biodegradable, and waterproof. They are tear and puncture resistant and are available in a 60 mil thickness,  48" roll widths. The plastic can be attached to an enclosure using screws and washers (not included)

These rolls are available in a white color, can be used in hot and cold climates and are UV resistant. Our HDPE is made in America and ships from Kansas City.

Free Shipping on all HDPE Rolls.

Thickness: 60 mil = 1/16”

Product Specifics

  • Material: High Density Polyethylene
  • Texture: Smooth
  • Size: Various Widths in 100' Lengths
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  • Volume Pricing Available - orders $6,500+
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White HDPE Roll Stock

  • Waterproof
  • Commercial Grade
  • UV Resistant
  • Non-Biodegradable
  • Will Not Rot or Mildew
  • Resistant to Rodent and Insect Damage
  • 100 Year Material Lifespan
  • Made in the USA

All of our plastics are professional-grade and are designed for use in both residential & commercial applications. Our plastics are designed for years of continuous use in the designated application.


  • All HDPE Ships for Free (standard ground, see map)
  • Expedited shipping only available on orders over $2,000 
         Call: (800) 520-7731 for pricing and ship times

Shipping estimates shown on the map pertain to this specific product only. HDPE orders typically ship same day if the order is placed before 12:00 noon CST. Transit times displayed in the map are listed in business days, and are approximate. Transit times are subject to stock levels at regional warehouses. Maximum transit time for any order is 6 business days regardless of stock level. The day that the order is shipped is not counted as a transit day.

Great Suggestions For Decorating Your Screened-In Porch

A screened-in porch is a great addition to a home. When the weather is at its best, you can sit out there, enjoy the fresh breezes, take in the beautiful landscape, and keep the bugs out! Even when it's raining, you can stretch out on your hammock, listen to the rain, and never get wet! Lately, you have noticed the porch looks like something out of the past and needs an uplift. Decorating your screened-in porch can be a lot of fun while bringing it into this century with a little comfort and charm. It does not have to be difficult or costly to transform your screened porch into a great place to entertain friends or just sit back and relax after a long day.

To start, take a close look at the porch including the architecture, size, and what you want to convey. Don't be in a rush, take your time selecting furniture, colors, and accessories, to create a comfortable environment that matches your taste and lifestyle. There is nothing holding you back from combining textures, and colors that reflect your personality and compliments the interior of your home.

Screened in Porch

Furniture in Screened in Porch

Create A Plan

Plan ahead what you want to do to bring about function and style all in one. Start by paying attention to the layout of the porch and how you want to use it. Maybe you want a small table for cozy dining and bring in some plants for a touch of the tropics. while sipping on a Piña Colada with a special someone.

Before starting your project, consider the surroundings you see through the screens. Then ask yourself what level of privacy and seclusion you want from your neighbors and the street. Don't overlook practical items like ceiling fans, heaters, and side tables so your company will be comfortable when stopping by.

Turn Your Screened-In Porch Into A Dining & Entertainment Spot

Turning your screened-in Porch into a dining and entertainment spot is a great idea. You can invite friends over to enjoy the evening air without worrying about the weather or bugs flying around pestering everyone.

Get Outdoor Furniture

If you plan on placing furniture outside for extended space, make sure it's rated for outdoor use. Tables should be made out of wood, aluminum, wrought iron, or all-weather plastic that will withstand the elements on both the porch or literally outdoors. If placing furniture on the porch, make sure there is room for the table and chairs as well as enough room for people to get around them. A combination of chairs, a sofa, or a cozy bench will be inviting to guests. To increase your screened-in porch atmosphere, bring in some simple pendant lights and a mixture of textures like woven or rattan chairs.

Separate Areas For Different Looks

Using rugs and different furniture can help you set up zones for different purposes. Use dining furniture, a sofa and chairs, or use different accessories to set them apart.

If your porch is not enclosed or is a good size, you might want to hang a swing. Swings usually come in wood, metal, or wicker depending on the style of your porch. If possible, add a cushion to the swing. Swings are great for relaxing while taking in fresh air. You can use swings to read or catch up with old friends.

Constructing Screened in Porch

Installing Screens on Back Porch


Another thought, if you have the space, you might want to add a hammock. A hammock is comfortable and can be very unique. Hammocks are great for a seating arrangement or lounging around on a warm afternoon. Hammocks come in a range of fabric colors or a traditional rope hammock. Simply hang the hammock between two posts or get a hammock stand, whichever works best for your porch.


A daybed is a great seating option for your screened-in porch. They are super comfortable and can be used for sleeping or taking a short nap.

Decor & Accessories

You can transform your space from just functional to elegant. Applying just a few touches, you will create a wonderful atmosphere that turns your porch into a peaceful oasis.

Art Work & Hanging Baskets

Artwork and baskets will make your porch feel like an extension of the interior of your home. The colors and textures taken from the art or baskets will give an added dimension to the porch.

Finished Screened in Porch

Screened in Porch at Sunset

Bring In Some Plants

If you want to add a calming and beautiful atmosphere to your screened-in porch, bring in some house plants. You can hang them in planters or place them in lovely pots to enhance your screened-in areas. The upside, they require very low maintenance. Just ensure they get the right amount of sun to remain healthy. Take a close look at your porch to make sure you choose the right plants for the amount of sun the porch offers. Make note of the humidity, and temperature, then choose your plants. Just keep in mind to select plants that will thrive in the conditions offered on your porch.

Some suggestions include pothos, snake plants, or peace lilies are perfect for shady areas while succulents and cacti prefer a lot of sunlight. You can mix and match for different spots.

Surroundings & Atmosphere

Creating a place on your screened-in porch is very important when all you want to do is come home and relax. To get the relaxing atmosphere you are looking for, look into outdoor lighting fixtures. There is a huge array so you should be able to find what style will work best for your porch and its décor.

A Fireplace Can Be A Nice Touch

Installing a fireplace can bring your screened-in porch to a whole new level. It will give you warmth on colder evenings while serving as a great focal point. Also, you can use the fireplace during the colder months when you normally would not use the porch. Also, while the fire is blazing, the atmosphere will be incredible. A fireplace is a welcoming sight for friends stopping by, especially when it's nippy! You can purchase portable fireplaces or hire a mason to construct a design that matches your porch.