Patio Covers – Enjoy Your Backyard The Way You Deserve

Liberty Builders of Texas constructs durable, affordable, and enjoyable patio roof systems and slabs. In the past few years Liberty Builders has doubled it’s patio business as South Texas homeowners realize the benefits of maintenance free, life time materials for their backyard enjoyment.

Most San Antonio homes do not have patio roof systems or patio slabs. Even when homes do, the materials and construction is often of poor quality. Liberty Builders recently had the pleasure of completing a project for Mr. & Mrs. De Leon on the Northside of town.

  • The project area  at the start of the construction.

  • Construction begins

    

  • Due to the poor construction of the existing slab, Liberty Builders demolished and excavated the existing patio slab. Notice how the only metal reinforcement is cheap chicken wire, not even laid in the concrete. Unfortunately, this is what we usually find when we remove slabs.

  • Liberty Builders patio covers and slabs are built properly. Below are the preforms with 1/2″ rebar every 12″ tied into the homes foundation. Our covers are built with lifetime insulated metal that will never rot, warp, crack or peel.

New concrete floor      

  • Once we completed the concrete pour and the patio installation, our happy customers were left with a backyard to enjoy.

     

     

  • Call Liberty Builders of Texas today to get a free estimate for your backyard!

2 Comments

  • Claire Wickens

    I just love this! Once all the furniture is in I am sure it will look lovely!! We recently just updated our patio as well and we ended up getting an outdoor TV (from https://www.outeraudio.com/best-outdoor-tv/ if you were wondering lol). Our patio has now become the heart of our home, and I just love it! I recommend everyone has a warm, welcoming patio for a happy family! Keep it up guys!

  • Priya

    Uh, yeah take a warm colour for the baohrotm But not to strong/bright, people will feel claustrophobic in there Isn’t the ceiling a very common place for birds to build their nests? I think we’ve had that problem a few times. Worse with bees though. Huvva![]

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