The homeowner was looking to have a patio cover that would have space for an outdoor kitchen and a sitting area. They also wanted a space for their hot tub and for a fire pit. Rubberized interlocking pavers were provided by the homeowner as the flooring for this project.
Bedroom windows were removed and French doors were added for easy access to the hot tub from the master bedroom.
A gabled area was added to the roof to add height in the center and to give the project a nice elevation.
Cedar and stone columns give the project a rustic feel. The small kitchen is located at the end of the patio cover, yet still allows the chef to be involved in the action.
A great spot for a hot tub — right off the edge of the patio. A raised deck was built to accomodate the homeowners hot tub.
We added a patio cover along the entire length of the home in order to give the homeowner the space they needed to entertain family and friends. The fire pit is a great gathering place.
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.