An American traditional Spring Valley home added a beautiful outdoor living room. It was a flawless project and the end project looks like it has been there all along.
The before – we had to demo a small existing patio in order to enlarge the patio space and connect it to the existing breezeway and garage.
Does your home have a breezeway that you are not sure what, if anything, can be done? This is very common for us and with this home we tore the breezeway down and built the area into the covered patio to create one seamless roofline and ceiling finish. All the electrical that was routed through the breezeway was run though the attic space in the new roofline. Our goal is to always design and build to look original to the home. Normally it’s best to tear down the existing breezeway and rebuild that space into the new patio cover.
This project is highlighted with decorative split brick craftsman columns and a beautiful coffered ceiling. The ceiling has oversized beams and is painted tongue and groove.
2 French doors were added to the home to provide easy access to the outdoor living room.
This patio cover allows the family a nice quiet retreat right in their back yard. The flooring is a wet stamped concrete. It includes a complete wireless surround sound.
Or maybe breakfast? This space is perfect for the large dining table and for entertaining family and friends.
We were incredibly pleased with Texas Custom Patios. Jeremy did an amazing job of keeping us informed, and the job was pretty much completed in the time he said. The workmanship was great and our patio looks like it was part of the original house design. I would recommend them to anyone who wants quality work done. Well worth the money we spent and we were pleasantly surprised that it was less than we thought it would be.