Rockwall Texas, located in Rockwall county, was named by early pioneer T.U. Wade when he discovered a rock wall when digging a well in the mid-1800s. Since his discovery happened about the same time the city was founded, Wade suggested naming the town Rockwall after his curious geological formation discovery. Thus, the name stuck and the town of Rockwall was platted on April 17, 1854.
Since those early days, a great deal of change has taken place and Rockwall is now a draw for those looking for a quaint place to live in close proximity to the Dallas–Fort Worth–Arlington metropolitan areas. Rockwall’s downtown area is steeped in history and provides a wealth of venues for shopping, entertainment and dining. While the Harbor area boasts hillside views of beautiful Lake Ray Hubbard. Rockwall is truly a great place to visit, work, and live — especially with its mild climate perfect for nearly year-round outdoor living!
Archadeck of NE Dallas-Southlake has tremendous experience and success designing and building outdoor living structures in the Rockwall area. Whether you live in a family-friendly neighborhood, golf course community, gated community in the Harbor area, downtown or in the suburbs we can create an outdoor living space enhance your home and surrounding landscape. Take a look at some of the amazing outdoor living designs we have completed in Rockwall, TX, from our completed projects portfolio…
This Rockwall homeowners’ goal was to jazz up their backyard and provide a setting conducive to the outdoor lifestyle they envision. As you can see from the “Before” photo, their back yard was a blank canvas for this bold outdoor living project. All they had originally was a tiny concrete walk-out patio outside the back door.
The after image shows how Archadeck of NE Dallas-Southlake transformed this backyard — and we’re just getting started. Seen here is Phase 1 of this outdoor living project. Phase 1 includes the addition of the stained concrete patio, the grand patio cover, the magnificent stone outdoor fireplace and a generous stone seating wall that lines three sides of the patio. For Phase 2, we will add three pergola structures, one to each side and one across from the fireplace. The homeowners’ master plan also includes extensive landscaping to the backyard.