Welcome to the website! Metal Patio Covers are an attractive alternative to other forms of sun shading and enclosure — uncomplicated, durable, and the price is right. First and foremost, they block out the sun and other elements and encourage you to use your deck or patio when you otherwise wouldn’t due to temperature and other weather conditions. Another advantage to metal patio covers is that they protect patio furniture and other accessories from fading, raining damage, or getting blown away in hurricanes (as Florida residents know) and high winds. No awning or fabric sunshade can claim to do that, and metal is much more durable than any of these as well. And in actuality, though they’re called “metal patio covers” they aren’t just for patios! Metal covers have a wide range of applications, from decks and porches to carports and boat covers, to standalone structures.
The best forms of aluminum covers are rust resistant and don’t require paint – if you purchase a more inexpensive version that requires periodic touch-ups you’ll need to get a certain kind of paint designed especially for use with aluminum and alumawood structures.
For those who can’t or rather wouldn’t fool with building or assembling a metal patio cover themself, there’s always the option of hiring a contractor to handle the particulars. If you go this route, you can be sure the get the right variety of patio cover for your home and particular climate, and have it profesionally added in a way that doesn’t look like an afterthought.
- 12′ x 14′ Open Lattice Aluminum Cover, attached, maintenance free: $1600
- 10′ x 20′ Classic Solid Aluminum Cover, attached: $1500
- 10′ x 20′ Classic Open Lattice Aluminum Cover, attached: $2200
- 20′ x 14′ Vinyl Patio Cover, attached: $4500
- 20′ x 14′ Vinyl Patio Cover, freestanding: $5000