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CUSTOM PRICING FOR YOUR PROJECT

Budgeting for your outdoor living space is actually easier than you may think.  We have built outdoor living spaces with just about every single budget in mind.  We put together a quick guide that will you have you well on your way to building out your outdoor space.  So get ready to start planning, building and living (outside)!

YOUR OUTDOOR OASIS IS WITHIN REACH

An enjoyable outdoor living space is a must-have for most people here in Texas – we are able to spend just about every day outside without too much trouble.  Of course it does get a little toasty in the summer, but with the right design and ample shade even the summer heat can be beat.  For many, the singular thing that holds us back when making big decisions is something called ….money.  But with the right budget, a good plan and the perfect builders, your outdoor oasis is actually within reach!

HOW TO PLAN

HOW BIG OF AN AREA IS CONSIDERED AMPLE?
Whether you are wanting a covered patio, or a pergola, about 300 square feet is average. If you go much smaller than that, you will feel cramped and will not have enough room for both a dining area and a sitting area. The cost for something that size would start around 25K.


WHAT ARE ITEMS THAT WOULD AFFECT THIS BUDGET?

  • Type and configuration of your home – 1 Story homes usually run more because the roof tie-in is more complicated.

  • Do you have concrete already? Having an existing patio or other flat surface will lower your cost… unless you want something more than a standard brushed concrete surface. Upgraded surfaces – stamped concrete, tile, travertine, stone pavers means your cost will increase.

  • Ceiling finish – Like the columns a standard ceiling is just hardie plank painted to match your home’s soffit. If you want a different look, you can go with cedar or stained tongue and groove, you will need to add some to your budget.

  • Electrical matters – a basic project does include running electricity for recessed lights and ceiling fans as well as wiring for a TV and sound system.

  • So, what does a 300 SF project with some of the upgraded options cost?

  • With additional items such as those listed above, your 300 SF project would start around 35K