Outdoor Additions Austin
If you live in Texas you know the importance of having a nice backyard. There are so many ways to customize and bring any of your ideas to life. Escobar Construction, LLC can help you bring out the best in any outdoor patio situation.
Patios are a sought-after amenity for most homes, making them a valuable addition when trying to sell a home quickly. On average, the cost of building a patio can be as high as $6,400, depending on size and materials used. That said, it’s estimated that patios can recover up to $6,525 of the cost to build, which is an ROI of just over 100%. A better option for most homeowners, however, would be to refinish or repair an existing patio, as repair estimates average around $1,300. This can provide an ROI of nearly 500%.
Wooden decks pull every backyard together; it makes it look more complete and personal. Remodeling Magazine estimated in their 2018 cost vs. value report that, on average, homeowners spend just under $11,000 to add new wooden decks, but only see the resale value of their homes increase by $9,000, which is about 82% in recouped costs. Though, if a home already has a wooden deck, choosing to repair or refinish the deck is a smart investment. Typical repair costs for wooden decks can average around $1,500, providing homeowners with the chance to see more than 600% of their costs recovered compared to the average resale increase.
While sunrooms and gazebos have been popular backyard structures for decades, they can be expensive to build and often have limited functionality. Pergolas, open-air frames that typically have latticework roofing, offer a simple design that can accommodate just about any purpose–and just about any budget. Traditionally the roofs and sides of these shade structures are mostly open. However, many modern designs incorporate solid or canvas-covered elements that can offer greater protection from sun, rain, and wind, allowing you to extend your outdoor entertaining season into the fall and winter.
Looking for some design inspiration? Check out some of our work for ideas and inspiration.
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