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Get Weather Protection and a Stylish Open-Air Effect
A roof structure doesn’t have to cover an entire deck.
If your deck is large, consider covering only one portion and leaving the remainder uncovered. Besides reducing the price of the project, a partially covered deck allows you to enjoy the sun more on cooler days when the shade isn’t needed.
Ideally, a roof structure should be designed so that it blends into the profile of the home, instead of looking like it was an afterthought. Because of this, we match the shingles and siding of the roof with those of the existing home whenever possible.
A partial deck roof adds visual interest and provides shade and comfort for sunny areas.
Roof Designs and Styles
Gable Roofs. These are the most common style of roof addition. They are especially good if the back of your house is one straight wall with no bump-outs.
Lead-to-Roofs. Lean-to or shed roofs, while they may seem simpler than A-frame roofs, can be a much better fit if your roof spans 20 feet or more.
Hip Roofs. A hip roof is a beautiful combination of gable and lean-to designs.
Covered Deck Projects We’ve Done
You choose the roof style (gable, lean-to, hip), the ceiling type (vaulted, cathedral, etc.) column design, and more!
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Contact us to schedule an quote for your project. A project manager will meet with you to learn what you’re looking for, discuss deck design possibilities, and show you material options. After that, we’ll prepare a detailed proposal and design rendering.
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