Archadeck of NE Dallas-Southlake Is Light Years Ahead Of The Competition When It Comes To Covered Porch & Patio Design

Are you looking for a backyard experience that laughs at the threat of rain or inclement weather? Or an outdoor living space that offers shade and respite from the hot Texas sun? A place where you and your family can gather in comfort to enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the outdoors without the dangers of sunburn?

If you answered yes to any of the above, then you are in the right place. Archadeck of NE Dallas-Southlake is your covered porch and patio expert. Many North Texas homeowners look for our guidance as to the type of porch or patio cover best suits their needs. Consulting an experienced builder, like Archadeck, is the key to success in this area. Your existing home’s structure will often dictate where we can tie in and what type of roof will work best for your project. Existing roof lines, dormers, windows, bump out areas such as bay windows and many other factors are considered as part of our design suggestion.

When considering a roofed addition of any kind you have to consider the potential for loss of light in your home. A screened porch may reduce the amount of natural light that enters your home. Take into consideration how much light you want within your porch and what means you wish to use to obtain that light. To secure the flow of natural light that flows into your home, you may consider one or more skylights if you want to reduce the amount of light you lose within the rooms adjacent to your new addition. Our recent covered patio addition in Garland, TX, does just that — the space features four (4) skylights in the design.

The skylights allow light to not only flow into the home but also into the patio itself. This allows for valuable illumination when using the grill and smoker area, which we also custom built for the space.

Archadeck of NE Dallas-Southlake is a national company. Our engineers’ design all the structural details of how each project is to be built whereas a lot of companies let the carpenters make the decision. In the field is where theory turns to practicality and having the right contractor can ensure the integrity of your new porch and your existing home. The goal is to have a cohesive design that looks original to your home. A successful project ends with a quality structure that harmonizes with all the elements of your home and landscape.

Contact Archadeck of Northeast Dallas-Southlake today at (972) 904 – 3325 or email [email protected].


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