It’s a beautiful home, certainly, but if you look closely, you can see there’s a problem: water. There’s water standing all in front of the door and even on the sidewalks. Not exactly ideal for those summer parties.
So we came in and we did a little extra dirtwork to allow the water to drain properly. Then we set up forms so we could pour concrete for a new porch:
The freshly-poured concrete:
A porch isn’t a porch without a roof. This gentleman opted for a white metal look for his porch:
And the front porch is complete; a dry, protected place to welcome guests or just spend some time outside:
But we didn’t just stop there: the backyard got some attention too. Here the dirtwork and setting up forms is in progress:
Building a white metal back porch to match the front:
And the completed porch, perfect for backyard barbecues, rain or shine:
What are your thoughts? Wood and shingles are more traditional choice for a porch, but the white metal does complement his house well. If you were going to add a porch or two on your house, which would you choose?
Speaking of adding porches for the summer, before you say you can’t do that right now, do you even know what it would take? Give us a call at (870) 845-1121 for a free consultation!