At Texas Custom Patios, we design patio covers that are both functional and beautiful. We use only wood frame construction - the same type of construction used on your home.
The design of your patio cover mirrors your home’s original style, so it blends seamlessly and beautifully with your landscaping and exterior. We match the design, stone, wood, and other finishes to both your external design and your personal preferences.Get a Free Quote
This beautiful outdoor living space is in the heart of the Memorial area in Houston.
Texas Custom Patios will provide you with a rendered view and specifications with our proposal for your Houston or DFW patio cover after you have met with your project developer to develop your plan of action.
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 Texas Hill Country style patio cover came about because the homeowner wanted to extend their current cover and add a small kitchen area.
This 1929 bungalow only had a wooden deck in the backyard of a small lot.
This home is located in an area of Houston that has a wide variety of styles of home.
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.
This Katy couple had an existing patio cover, but it really didn’t give them much for usable space.
This homeowner wanted to update their outdoor living space, so we gave them a California coastal vibe … complete with a complementary private lounge area.
The homeowner wanted to add a covered space that had enough seating for a crowd to gather to watch some football!
The homeowner had an existing outdoor kitchen and patio that was built original to the home.
Designing/building this outdoor living area was a challenge.
This Friendswood homeowner wanted to add a large covered living area off the back of their home.
This patio cover and wood burning fireplace was added to the home.
A patio cover was added to this 2 story home in Richmond in order to give the homeowner a nice outdoor space to entertain and to allow the kids to have a shaded area while playing.
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.
This Missouri City/SugarLand project replaced an inefficient pergola and deck in order to create a freestanding outdoor living space.
A simple, yet elegant design makes for a great outdoor living space.
Our homeowner wanted two distinct areas: a shady hangout under the patio cover, featuring a kitchen & bar; and an open-air fire pit with built-in seating.
This patio cover in Lakes of Rosehill maximizes space by placing the summer kitchen completely outside the covered space.
The limited space in this backyard dictated building the patio cover off the detached garage.
The homeowner was looking to have a patio cover that would have space for an outdoor kitchen and a sitting area.
Different roof heights and other obstacles created a design challenge for this patio cover in Colleyville.
The challenge: to design a patio cover that looks like it belongs on the home with all of the different roof lines and elevations.
With the existing pool already dominating the backyard, the design challenge was to create space to enjoy a fireplace, outdoor kitchen and dining under a roof structure.
The homeowner was struggling to find a solution to create an outdoor living area because of the existing roof lines and drainage issues that existed.
This shady retreat delivers great views of the golf course and space for entertaining, grilling and dining.
A large travertine patio surface is just the beginning of this project.
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.
Our client wanted to enhance the space around an existing pond by building a shady outdoor kitchen area adjacent.
This home backs up to Terry Hershey Park.
You don’t need a huge backyard to create a remarkable outdoor living room.
A large backyard in Heritage Grand/Cinco Ranch provided a blank slate for our project developer to design a functional multi-purpose space.
This project in Richmond takes advantage of the fact that the home is on acreage with a total space of 18′ x 41′ under cover and some additional patio space outside the cover.
The best solution for this home was a two-story cover.
This project makes great use of space in this Galleria-area backyard.
This beautiful project in Telfair backs up to green space and is topped off by a nicely landscaped 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.
For this project in Cinco Ranch, the detached garage provided a perfect location to create an outdoor living room and kitchen in close proximity to the house and the pool despite the limitations on the back of the home.
We are very happy we chose Texas Custom Patios to build our dream patio/outdoor kitchen. Our project manager, Ryan, really listened to what we wanted and grasped our vision immediately. He was actively involved in the process from start to finish. Every question or concern was addressed immediately. We were part of every decision along the way, and were pleased with the flexibility of the process. Ryan had a positive “can do” attitude that was much appreciated through out. The various work crews were professional and always left the work site as clean as possible at the end of the day. The final product is absolutely breathtaking!