By using steel and concrete you can increase you post spacing to extreme lengths.
This whole is 3'x3 (36"x36") and takes 3 guys about an hour to dig one hole. (picture below)
This post is to show what is possible. The one thing to remember is that this make the job much more labor intensive and costs more in material. On this patio it was several thousands more to have the steel framing done. It is great but in the end you get what you pay for... hope this was helpful.
Sunday, February 28, 2016
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
Tuesday, February 9, 2016
As Alumawood builders we construct our patio covers on concrete slabs 90% of the time so it only makes sense to share some information on concrete companies we know an recommend. If you called us and asked we would give you the number for Cory's Custom Concrete. We know a few more if Cory is too busy, but in this post we want to show off some of his recent work.
Here's a front yard area in Lake Elsinore with old granite and two colors of concrete.
Here's another one in Wildomar. Old granite stamp with pour in place seat wall.
Drive way extension in Menifee California
Saturday, February 6, 2016
GIf you are in the market for a home inspection then look no further.
Pre leasing inspection
Pre listing inspection
|Picking up the job at Amerimax Building Products|
|View of the top of a Alumawood Newport Patio (6"flat panel)|
|16'x57' Alumawood Patio Cover|
|Another angle from under the patio cover|
|Panoramic Picture of Alumawood Patio Cover|