This homeowner wanted something that would give them full shade that tied in seamlessly with their home.
This homeowner needed shade — they had an existing flagstone patio but were really unable to enjoy their time outdoors.
The cedar beams and columns give this project the hill country look the homeowners were going for. The vaulted tongue and groove ceiling is stained with a dark stain. The columns have a stone base that complements the brick on the home and the flagstone floor.
This kitchen is small, but very functional – giving the homeowner room to prep the food, grill and serve the finished meal.
The patio cover allows for 2 separate areas — the sitting area is large enough for a group to gather and watch the game or just to enjoy the outdoors.
The entire space is about 500 SF — plenty of room for both of the areas.
We extended the existing flagstone patio before adding on the cover. The homeowner went with Texas Custom Patios because we were the only company that could offer them a design they liked.
We had very high expectations when Texas Custom Patios began construction on our back patio space. Because our roofline has a steep pitch and the odd location of our chimney, we were concerned about whether the addition would flow seamlessly with the rest of the roofline. Steven and his crews far exceeded our expectations. Professional and attentive to our concerns, Texas Custom Patios created the outdoor space we’ve always wanted – only better.