Mr. “O” in Conroe wanted that extra height so we built him a steel patio cover and raised it over the roof line. He even joined in and helped us work!
Yet another project for Villa De Matel, The Congregation of Sisters of Charity. This one is beside last Saturdays’ post. This is a 4″ Insulated aluminum patio cover with 2′ by 4′ Thermal dome insulated skylights. There are also regular lights underneath for night time. This was installed by the cafeteria as well.
This job was for Villa De Matel, The Congregation of Sisters of Charity. We have done many projects for them over the years. This cover was a 4″ Insulated aluminum flat pan patio cover at a loading dock by the cafeteria. We had to raise it over the vent and build a vertical wall fill panel.
Here you can see the fill panel and how it was raised to clear the vent.
Mr. P in Baytown had an existing Patio Cover and wanted to screen it in. Can’t blame him, Texas mosquitoes are the size of birds! We used 6″ Cee beams with Deluxe screen wall and kickplates. He also needed 2 screen doors and house gutter.
Mr. “H” wanted shade for his 2nd story deck so we built him 2 patio covers out of 3″ Insulated pans for his beach rental. This house is wonderful for a weekend getaway and now with the extra shade, you can spend more time outside enjoying the view. The beach is just steps away.
Call now to rent this house before the weather turns cold. See the number in the picture below. Here is also a link to the site to see more pictures and to check availability: http://www.vacationhomerentals.com/Surfside-Beach/proID-70150/