This gorgeous freestanding outdoor living area is the perfect backdrop to this family’s backyard.
This homeowner wanted more covered space, a fireplace and an area to enjoy their back yard.
This homeowner desired a backyard space to allow them to live and entertain – they often throw work and neighborhood parties and wanted to have a space that would be comfortable for all.
A gorgeous outdoor living space was created for this home – a place that would allow their entire extended family to spend time together.
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 older home got a great face lift with the addition of an outdoor living room.
This homeowner wanted an extended outdoor living area in order to create their own personal retreat.
Backing up to a lovely green space and Buffalo Bayou, this home only had a paver patio that was in disrepair, and no shade to enjoy the beautiful views.
Designing/building this outdoor living area was a challenge.
This 1929 bungalow only had a wooden deck in the backyard of a small lot.
This Friendswood homeowner wanted to add a large covered living area off the back of their home.
This Texas Hill Country style patio cover came about because the homeowner wanted to extend their current cover and add a small kitchen area.
A beautiful pool became even more enjoyable with the addition of this multi-purpose pool cabana.
This handsome outdoor living room has a spectacular outdoor kitchen designed for a true meat-lover with a gas grill, smoker and warming drawers built in.
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 limited space in this backyard dictated building the patio cover off the detached garage.
This stucco pool house was designed to be a freestanding patio cover and to look original to the home.
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.
A small existing balcony did not give our client enough outdoor living space for entertaining and enjoying their golf course views.
This home backs up to Terry Hershey Park.
You don’t need a huge backyard to create a remarkable outdoor living room.
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.
The small existing balcony provided very limited outdoor living space for enjoyment of the new swimming pool.
The best solution for this home was a two-story cover.
This beautiful project in Telfair backs up to green space and is topped off by a nicely landscaped backyard.
For this project in Cinco Ranch, the detached garage provided a perfect location to create an outdoor living room and kitchen in close proximity to the house and the pool despite the limitations on the back of the home.
The pool can be so much more enjoyable with an amenity like this pool house.
I have a lot of experience with construction and renovations, so some contractors find me annoying at best. My outdoor living project was larger than I was able to take on as it entailed adding an outdoor living area, kitchen, dining room, and bathroom with a fireplace and fire pit. It’s built onto an existing structure with a tile roof in a seamless manner. The completed project is amazing, and was featured in the Houzz project of the month for December 2013. It was a very large project so it took a long time to complete, however the process was absolutely painless. In my previous experiences, I have always had issues with miscommunications and added costs, among other things. My experience with Texas Custom Patios included NONE of these issues. The finished project far exceeded my expectations. The workmanship was superior, and the quality of the products is top of the line. I truly highly recommend them.