Texas Custom Patios can add height to your patio cover by building a gable style roof. This type of roof has a vaulted ceiling so your covered patio will have a very open feeling to it. Your project developer can help you choose the best finish for the ceiling to create your style while keeping it looking original to your home's design.
Choices for the ceiling finish include:
This homeowner desired a backyard space to allow them to live and entertain – they often throw work and neighborhood parties and wanted to have a space that would be comfortable for all.
This project was a challenge to build — not wanting to remove any trees but wanting a covered area with a kitchen and fire place as well as a pergola with both a water and fire feature.
A freestanding outdoor retreat was what this homeowner desired…the ability to keep their yard full of trees and have a great outdoor living space.
This older home got a great face lift with the addition of an outdoor living room.
This outdoor living space was built so the customer would have enough room to enjoy their backyard.
This freestanding covered patio with an outdoor kitchen and fireplace is the perfect retreat from the constraints of the house.
This homeowner wanted something that would give them full shade that tied in seamlessly with their home.
This older home needed a face-lift in the backyard.
This spacious outdoor living room was added to allow for the homeowner to have the perfect patio to complement the home.
This patio cover was a challenge for us because of the limited back yard space, but we were able to create an open air living space that complemented the homes original architecture.
This great Memorial area outdoor living space is the perfect place to hang out and enjoy family and friends.
Backing up to a lovely green space and Buffalo Bayou, this home only had a paver patio that was in disrepair, and no shade to enjoy the beautiful views.
This homeowner wanted to create a space for both an upper and lower living space.
A simple, yet fun outdoor living area was created for this homeowner.
This home is located in an area of Houston that has a wide variety of styles of home.
This homeowner had an existing covered area that was not quite big enough to fit their needs.
The homeowner had an existing pergola and landscaping that didn’t give them the outdoor space they desired.
A screened porch is the perfect outdoor living area where one can relax without having to worry about the bugs and weather.
This Spring Valley – Afton Village- outdoor living space was created off the side of the garage with a tie in to the back of the home as well.
This Texas Hill Country style patio cover came about because the homeowner wanted to extend their current cover and add a small kitchen area.
The homeowner wanted to build an outdoor living room that blended with the neighborhood’s strict guidelines per Historic District requirements in the Historic Heights area of Houston.
A simple, yet elegant design makes for a great outdoor living space.
Our client knew almost exactly what they wanted and were looking for a contractor who “got it” and who could execute that vision.
The homeowner was looking to have a patio cover that would have space for an outdoor kitchen and a sitting area.
A screened porch provides a breezy, bug-free environment to enjoy the outdoors.
The stone work really stands out on this gable-style patio cover and outdoor kitchen where we replaced a window and siding with a smaller window and stone on the back of the home.
You don’t need a huge backyard to create a remarkable outdoor living room.
This project brings a slice of the Texas Hill Country to Greatwood in Sugar Land.
This project makes great use of space in this Galleria-area backyard.
This room addition was built to serve in several capacities: an at home office, a pool house/game room, or a mother-in-law suite.
The unique shape of this project was dictated by the heavily wooded backyard in The Woodlands.
The pool can be so much more enjoyable with an amenity like this pool house.
I am beyond impressed with the quality of the materials, the sub-contractors hired, and the overall final appearance of this project. This was our first experience with a contractor/home improvement project (beyond changing out shower heads, etc.), and I must admit that I am a little terrified to tackle anything else… I have been spoiled by Texas Custom Patios. Thanks, guys!