This home backs up to Terry Hershey Park. The homeowner wanted to take advantage of this fantastic location by creating a large outdoor living space with great amenities, such as an outdoor kitchen, fireplace and dining area.
The roof structure needed to tie into the back of the home and the detached garage while looking as if it belongs on the home.
A Texas Custom Patios proposal includes a design drawing with specifications and dimensions.
The design process includes the preparation of rendered views and elevations so homeowners can see how the project will look on the back of the home.
Over 600 square feet provides ample space for the three distinct areas – dining, grilling and fireplace. Can lights, drop lights, carriage lights, low-voltage lighting and even a chandelier make the space look spectacular at night.
The fireplace and kitchen have different types of stone that are complementary.
The roof structure was tied into the home and the garage, replacing the existing breezeway.
A white veneer stone was used with a blue/gray flagstone for the hearth and mantle. A direct vent gas log fireplace insert doesn’t require a chimney.
The ceiling is a stained tongue & groove pine. Flooring includes a combination of travertine and a stamped concrete overlay.
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.