Our client wanted to enhance the space around an existing pond by building a shady outdoor kitchen area adjacent. Our homeowner wanted the project to look original to the home.
The kitchen features a large 42″ gas grill and a great Texas-shaped sink. The brick fascia matches the home and the granite matches the granite inside the home.
The vaulted ceiling is a tongue & groove pine stained to our clients specifications.
The hip-roofed patio cover was designed to look original to the home with brick columns. The extensive flooring is stamped concrete and includes plenty of uncovered space and a walkway to the front of the home.
We worked with Mark, who came to us with plans and fully explained the costs, materials, timeline, and talked about the construction methods. The project was well organized, with a new crew arriving once each stage of construction was completed. I kept a photo record of it, which was fun and friends are wowed by the timeline. I completely recommend Texas Custom Patios.