The best solution for this home was a two-story cover. The stone arches extend the hours of shade, but also add an impressive architectural feature to the back of the home.
This home with acreage has a west-facing rear wall that takes a beating from the afternoon sun through both the lower windows and the upper windows. The space between the windows did not allow for a pitched roof patio cover.
A wood-burning fireplace in the corner provides a focal point.
The high stained pine ceiling is striking when coming out the back door of the home.
Flooring is a stamped concrete overlay in a flagstone pattern. Great lighting on the columns and on the back of the home emphasize the grand stone columns and arches.
Top notch company. This firm stands behind its work. We had a small issue with some cracks in our slab related to settling, and Ryan had someone out the day after my phone call. Upon inspection, we were presented with several options and the work was completed in a week. I cannot say enough good things about Texas Custom Patios and the quality of their work.