Wood Patio Covers
Adding a Wooden constructed patio cover to any back yard is like adding a piece of fine furniture to the back or front of your house. There is nothing more beautiful or majestic than a patio cover constructed from wood. It’s a timeless structure and when constructed correctly is built to last.
PATIO COVER MATERIALS
The materials Patiocovered chooses to manufacture their wood patio covers comes from a mill which is second to none as is the grade of lumber. We use fresh milled exposed “appearance” Douglas Fir timber for the maximum strength and durability. Our wood is only select FOHC, or Free Of Heart Center lumber which is a material made from the outside area of the tree and is as a result, less likely to twist, check, crack or warp.
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PATIO COVER PLANNING
As consumers, most people have a pretty good idea as to what type of patio cover they wish to build. We can construct just about anything you can dream up. We can build for example lattice covers, solid roof covers. The solid roofed covers can be roofed with concrete tile, composition shingles, torch-down roofing, flat roofs… I’m sure you get the idea. Were here to help because we know that for as many of you who know what you want, there are those who have absolutely no idea what they want.
Patio covered is here for you and we work directly with the client to develop that cover that is right for you and, a cover that is safe, affordable and fits within the building standards of the city or county in which you reside. We work very closely with civil and structural engineers so in the even your cover requires this service, we ensure it gets done quickly and therefore cost effectively.
WE STAND UNDER OUR PRODUCT
Patiocovered offers a one year guarantee against warping or other defects which would be considered atypical in appearance grade lumber.
Most noteworthy is our free first year touch up service. After your first year of owning a patiocovered patio cover, we will come out and service the cover. Our service consists of sealing previously sealed joints. Furthermore, it includes painting in these areas afterwards.