A patio cover was added to the back of this home in Little Elm (just outside of Dallas) to allow the homeowner to have an outdoor living area in which he could entertain family and friends.
A nice dark walnut travertine tile patio was added along the back of this home. The columns are half brick pedestals with Austin stone as the cap.
A brick accent wall was built to help create some privacy and to have a place to hang the television. The ceiling is vaulted and is a smooth hardie that has been painted to match the rest of the home.
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.