At The Deck And Patio Company, we value our customers through one-on-one services. When you choose to build with us, you get a personal project developer who oversees your entire outdoor living project, from start to finish. Your project developer will get to know you, your preferences, your ideas, and your style - and he or she will work with you through every step of your outdoor living project:
Schedule your free consultation today by calling our office at 832-286-1261 or by filling out our Contact Us form. We'll send one of our expert project developers to your home to gather information about your project. During this visit, your project developer will:
At The Deck And Patio Company, we spend ample time discussing your project expectations before we get started. After your project developer visits your home, we'll provide you with a proposal that includes an exact quote for your project. And when we say "exact quote," that's exactly what we mean. This quote is not an estimate there will be no surprise expenses during the course of your project.
Your exact cost proposal will also include:
Some areas require a permit or HOA approval for outdoor living projects. All your project developer needs to get approval for you is a copy of your lot survey to submit to your HOA. We'll provide all the additional required information.
If you live in a municipality that requires a building permit, we'll handle all the paperwork requirements: every submission, inspection, and approval. Please note that depending on the location, this process can take 4 to 6 weeks.
After we're finished with the design and we have all approvals necessary, we're ready to build you your project. We have our very own sub-contractors many of whom have worked with us since we opened our doors in 2004. With our personalized services, we also offer sub-contractors with trusted tenure and longevity whom succeed at providing the small details of your project. That means we'll oversee the designing and building of every aspect of your project, including any of the following:
The patio surface in stamped concrete, tile, slate, flagstone, pavers, or wood or composite deck