This home had a small patio cover that just was not big enough for their family.
This home needed an updated look in the backyard.
A freestanding outdoor retreat was what this homeowner desired…the ability to keep their yard full of trees and have a great outdoor living space.
This freestanding covered patio with an outdoor kitchen and fireplace is the perfect retreat from the constraints of the house.
This homeowner wanted something that would give them full shade that tied in seamlessly with their home.
A cozy space was created off to the side of the home to give the homeowners a space to enjoy their pool and backyard.
This home had an existing pergola that was outdated and not what they desired.
A custom built screened porch was designed for this homeowner to replace an existing aluminum screened porch.
This traditional hill country outdoor living room is a great addition to this home – giving the homeowner a space where they could relax and entertain.
This project was designed to allow the homeowner to have their outdoor living space as a part of their daily life all year round.
This 1929 bungalow only had a wooden deck in the backyard of a small lot.
The homeowner wanted a backyard retreat – a place to come home and relax and to entertain family and friends.
A beautiful retreat in Royal Oaks – Houston.
This Texas Hill Country style patio cover came about because the homeowner wanted to extend their current cover and add a small kitchen area.
This patio cover in Lakes of Rosehill maximizes space by placing the summer kitchen completely outside the covered space.
Our client knew almost exactly what they wanted and were looking for a contractor who “got it” and who could execute that vision.
The homeowner was looking to have a patio cover that would have space for an outdoor kitchen and a sitting area.
With the existing pool already dominating the backyard, the design challenge was to create space to enjoy a fireplace, outdoor kitchen and dining under a roof structure.
A large travertine patio surface is just the beginning of this project.
The stone work really stands out on this gable-style patio cover and outdoor kitchen where we replaced a window and siding with a smaller window and stone on the back of the home.
This home had an existing small covered patio.
This home backs up to Terry Hershey Park.
A large backyard in Heritage Grand/Cinco Ranch provided a blank slate for our project developer to design a functional multi-purpose space.
This project in Richmond takes advantage of the fact that the home is on acreage with a total space of 18′ x 41′ under cover and some additional patio space outside the cover.
This project brings a slice of the Texas Hill Country to Greatwood in Sugar Land.
This room addition was built to serve in several capacities: an at home office, a pool house/game room, or a mother-in-law suite.
The unique shape of this project was dictated by the heavily wooded backyard in The Woodlands.
In the past, we have had some problems with contractors. What they say and what they do are two different things. Not so with Texas Custom Patios. We knew what was going to happen, and when, and just as advertised, it happened. In three weeks, we had a 300 square foot addition to our house. We now have an outdoor media room and outdoor dining room and we LOVE IT.