Alumawood Patio Covers in Thousand Oaks California

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Alumawood Patio Covers in Thousand Oaks California

Alumawood Patio Covers in Thousand Oaks California

Alumawood Patio Covers in Thousand Oaks California

Alumawood patio covers are a fantastic way to get the shade you want without having to take out a second mortgage. Although wood makes a beautiful patio cover or pergola, it still needs to be maintained. Which is to say it needs to be sanded, painted and inspected for wood rot or termites. On the other hand, Alumawood Patio Covers in Thousand Oaks California do not rot. These all-aluminum patio covers do not need painting and will not get eaten by termites.

Alumawood patio covers come in three styles;

  • Insulated
  • Non-insulated
  • Lattice or pergolas

Insulated Alumawood patio covers in Thousand Oaks

It’s difficult to imagine what an insulated Alumawood patio cover loos like without actually seeing one. As a matter of fact, when we think of aluminum patio covers many envision carports. Well, the insulated patio covers we sell are made with a 3″ thick foam panel which has the R-value of 13. Why is this important? For one, its the same R-rating your walls are most likely constructed with. This translates to cooler temperatures during the hot summer months.

Non-Insulated Alumawood patio covers in Thousand Oaks

The alternative to an Aluamwood insulated covered roof is the non-insulated version. Although it has the same covering capabilities, it does not have the insulating capabilities. So this means in the summer it’s going to be a little warmer under this type of cover.

Alumawood Lattice patio covers in Thousand Oaks

The lattice Alumawood Patio Covers in Thousand Oaks California are without a solid cover. Even though these lattice patio covers provide an abundant amount of shade, light still penetrates the top. Effectively, the top is somewhat open with strips laid perpendicular to the rafters. Sure, these bad boys provide a great way to get shade that will not break your bank. They look amazing and most of all will last (almost) forever.