We live in Houston where the weather can be unpredictable, but with a custom patio cover, your outdoor plans never have to change.
The economy is making times truly challenging for all of us. We all are having discussions about how to preserve what we have, and still have enough trust to invest in something that you can enjoy everyday.
You can do this by adding value to your home by increasing the square footage. Whether its making additions or expanding the interior of your home, or extending the exterior with custom kitchens and patios, we can make it happen!
When it comes to creating the perfect outdoor living space, who better to design than you? Contact us so we set an appointment to help you design your ideal outdoor paradise. The ideas for one's perfect backyard paradise is endless, now is the time to create your "one of a kind".
Hardie products come with a 50 year limited transferable warranty against rotting, warping or swelling. No that's peace of mind! This fiber cement board composition of James Hardie® siding makes it the most fire-resistant building material money can buy.
James Hardie® products require specific, exacting installation procedures and guidelines. The highly trained craftsmen follow Hardie Siding guidelines to ensure that your HardiPlank® warranty is honored should you ever need it.
Pictures showcased in this section are the different types of Hardie products that can be used to fit your specific taste to create a fresh new look.
Need a new roof, but unsure of what roofing material to choose? Let the us help you! We've been in business for over 13 years, and our roof specialists have decades of experience.
Whether your want metal roofing or Spanish tile, there are pros and cons to any roof material. Typically, the more durable a material, the more expensive it will be. Here are some of our most popular options:
• Asphalt Shingles: One of the most common and cost-effective
• Spanish Tile: Extremely Sturdy; Made from Clay or Concrete in Many Colors and Finishes
• Slate Tile: A Long-Lasting Option that Has the Longest Lifespan of All Roof Materials
• Metal: Made of Copper, Tin, Steel or Aluminum; Available in Sheets or Shingles