Tinted glass. This is a popular choice for those sunny spots on your deck or patio. When you want the natural light to shine though but would like a bit of relief from the heat, tinted glass is a great option.
Obscure glass: If you’re looking for lots of light for your deck and a little privacy from windows above, obscure glass may offer the ideal solution.
V-Panel: Solid aluminum panels are a great way to offer shade and protection, whether it’s for your deck, patio, car, RV, or boat. Or you can mix things up with v-panel and glass skylights in any design configuration you’d like, providing sun and shade just where you want them. This solution gives you the perfect balance for entry doors, hot tubs, breezeways and over stairs.
NOTE: Stock aluminum colours for posts and beams are white and black, but custom colours may be special ordered for an additional cost. Stock V-panel is available in white only.
Enclosures: Want to enjoy only the best of the great outdoors? Keeping the rain off, the fresh air in and the insects out is easy with a screened enclosure. We can custom design the space to your specifications, at less cost than a full glass sunroom. We offer a variety of screening material—from standard black to uv protective to pet resistant—in a range of colours. Add a door or two for quick outdoor access, and your backyard retreat is ready for your favorite chair, a good book, and you.
Standard 3” x 3” posts can be paired to create 3” x 6” supports where longer spans are desirable. Typically, the beefier 6” I beam would be used in place of the standard 4” I beam in such cases.
The standard 2’ width V panel extruded aluminum roof panels can be custom sized to any length up to 20’. These panels interlock together to create an extremely durable water tight roof.
Standard 2’ tempered glass panels either clear or tinted can be ordered in lengths from 2’ to 12’ in 1’ increments. These skylights are supported on specially designed aluminum T bars that have built in drainage channels.
A unique mounting system attaches to a roof edge, fascia, wall, or other supporting structure and interlocks with the top frame of the patio cover allowing a range of slope depending on the individual location.
The bottom frame houses the built in gutter and contains the lower end of the roof panels. Down spouts complete the drain system.
Side fascias finish the edges of the structure. Mounting brackets for attachment to decks, concrete patios, etc, are included and all fasteners are powder coated steel and self tapping
You can download an engineer’s report here