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2 – Steel Patio Covers in Baytown

Mr. “W” in Baytown got 2-steel patio covers tied together.

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Steel Carport in Deer Park

For Mr. “W” we installed a 17’x20′ steel carport with PBR panels light stone color reverse roll.

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Playground Equipment/Fort Steel Cover in Deer Park

This is a playground paradise for kids.  It’s a fort with some playground equipment like a slide.  And now it’s covered with a steel deck cover.  We used the existing wooden posts.

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Single Aluminum Carport with false front in Baytown

If you don’t like gutters, this is the style for you.  This carport has a false front (see image #2) on it to trim it out but leaves and water just go right through.  No gutter to clean.  The pans are aluminum flat pans.  Mr. “P” was really happy with his new carport.

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Aluminum Patio Cover in HOA in Baytown

Mr. “P” was so patient.  He waited over 2 months for HOA to approve this patio cover.  Just because you live in an HOA neighborhood doesn’t mean you can’t have a metal patio cover.  It’s usually just a matter of applying and waiting on approval.  Sometimes they will request that the patio cover be shingled and we can certainly do that.  But the advantages of metal, aluminum or steel, are so great.  Mostly maintenance free for life. No painting.  Just a rinse with the water hose every now and then.  No termites, no wood rot.  They look great for years!

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