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The Right Patio Design For Your Home

The Right Patio Design For Your Home

A new patio can make your home more comfortable during the hottest months and add value to your property at the same time. When choosing your patio design, it is important to consider the architectural elements of the house so that nothing seems out of place. Contacting a team of professionals is the best way to get advice on how to complement the style of your home while you enjoy your outdoor area.

What Is the Right Patio Design for Your Home?

It can be hard to answer this question without the input from an experienced design company. The most common styles include dome, flat deck, gables, skillion flats, pyramids, hips and alfresco. Gabled patios are a favourite in Western Australia because of their versatility. They can suit many homes and their elevated roof helps cool the area down. You can combine this style with Colorbond roofing material to reduce heat gain. Flat deck patios are a well-loved option because of their affordability. If you are looking for an energy-efficient product, consider solar span patios roofs for your flat and gable style patios.

If you have a contemporary property, dome patios are the perfect choice. These patio designs are very modern and made from polycarbonate, a very durable material. Skillion flat style patios are great for modern homes. They feature a minimalistic design that is also quite elegant. If you are interested in hip and pyramid style patios, make sure that your installer has plenty of experience as the design can be tricky. The high ceilings improve ventilation so that you enjoy your patio more naturally. Alfresco patios are a striking option that will add sophistication to any home. The combination of flooring, lighting and timber-covered ceilings make it an irresistible choice.

Your patio design company will be able to answer all your questions and help you design the patio that meets all your requirements. You should expect a 25-year structural guarantee and attractive financing options.

 
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