Alumawood Insulated Patio Cover
You’ve probably looked at your backyard and thought, “I’d like to do more outdoor living, but it’s just too hot.” It’s an all too common refrain in Southern California locales like Simi Valley. The sun and heat combo is often enough to make people worry about issues like heat exhaustion. There’s a solution to your problem. It’s an Alumawood aluminum insulated patio cover.
Of course, you’re wondering what makes an Alumawood patio cover such a great choice. Wouldn’t some other material, like wood, do just as well? As it turns out, not so much. Wood is great stuff. It casts plenty of shade went it’s installed right. It’s a renewable resource and it looks nice.
Alumawood Aluminum Patio Covers are built to lastUnfortunately, keeping it in one piece in SoCal is a mighty chore. Unless you are absolutely devoted to ongoing maintenance, it’ll start to fade, dry rot, crack and warp. Let’s not forget about the termites or the fact that the patio cover is attached to your home. Once termites get into your house, it’s expensive to get rid of them. It also permanently damages your property value. [embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ytgECXLxjNo[/embedyt]
Alumawood doesn’t suffer from any of those problems. It’s durable and scratch-resistant. It comes standard with wood grain embossing, so you get to hang onto that wood look. The real reason you want a Simi Valley Alumawood insulated patio cover is the high-density thermal foam.
Alumawood Structural FoamThe roof panels of your Simi Valley Alumawood insulated patio cover are filled with it. In fact, this foam makes your patio cover roof stronger. Even more importantly, it actually shields you from some of the heat. Most materials soak up the heat from the solar radiation and it’s just as hot underneath them. The temperatures beneath an Alumawood aluminum insulated patio cover are measurably cooler under the summer sun.
That alone makes it a no-brainer decision for some people, but there are still a couple of surprises left. If you’re more into entertaining friends during the evening, Alumawood patio covers can solve your lighting problems. No more extension cords or putting up Christmas lights to try and see. You can get recessed lighting designed for your patio cover as part of the installation. Your patio cover even comes with its own gutter.
An Alumawood insulated patio cover is a win on lots of fronts. You avoid the problems that wood always has in the long term. The thermal foam actually makes it cooler under your patio cover. You can get lighting build right into it. No-fuss and no jury-rigged lighting solutions. If you’re ready to expand your outdoor living, you’re ready for Alumawood.
Patio Cover Colors for Beams, rafters, and posts on the Insulated cover
The alumawood patio covers can mix n match colors
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All Los Angeles patio cover contractors are not created equalIt’s no secret that contractors have a history of being tardy, messy, rude, unethical, slow to measure up to their promises and I’m sure I left out a few…
Likewise, I bet even you have a story or at least know of someone here in Los Angeles who’s dealt with a contractor that was difficult to work with. Well, truth be told, we’re not huge fans of contractors ourselves and even as General contractors, we have to deal with some of the same issues that you do.
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How so? Well, for starters, we just like you are consumers. Much to many people’s dismay, we actually hire contractors to work on our own home. And, when doing so we have to deal with the same issues as many people do. We too, call at least three companies.
What we focus on, however, is the people themselves. Do they answer the phone every time? Are your questions answered completely and thoroughly? Who are the owners and who are the workers and are the guys clean and friendly? Do they actually care about us, and our home and not just our money?
When I referenced empathy as being our number one attribute, it derives from having the same headaches you might looking for a good company. What we did, was take these experiences and apply them to our own business. Treat the client exactly as we’d like to be treated if we were you. It seems to be working out pretty well so far…