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Old 05-01-2008, 07:06 AM
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I'd like to have a paver patio installed in my backyard. Before I get estimates from companies, does anyone have any idea how much per square foot they cost (materials and all installation)? Too, if anyone here has had one put in, I'd appreciate any references. Thanks!
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Old 11-28-2008, 11:57 AM
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Thumbs up Professional patio builders in Houston Texas

In regards to your post we had a stamped concrete patio and a patio cover built in our backyard by a company called concreteforever.com out of Houston and it cost us $12.00 per sq ft fr the patio and they charged us $34.00 per sq ft on the patio roof cover that matches our house perfectly.

They did a great job and were fast, polite and professional, I would call them to get a written quote - they even do free drawings.....good luck with your project
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Old 11-28-2008, 06:03 PM
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I beleive $34 per Sq.ft for the roof cover is more expensive..if you selected your builder to do this..it will be cheaper to do that..

Patio so for in materials list..Assume 24X10
1. Concrete - 240 Sqft X $5 per Sq.ft = $1200
2. I personally prefer for the new house, dont put your beam bar or header or flank to the existing home. Because builders may come back and say you damaged the roof beam - because, you need to do load calculations, so you will select 4 or 6 legs for the patio. Legs price depends upon how you want it to be, Wood leg..or anything
3. Roof cover - Shingles to match your roof - you by that by yard amount, i beleive..
4. Electrical line
5. Fans
6. Barbeque Grill connection
7. Water Fountain arrangement..
I am thinking to do all this under $4000,,,
but again, finishing wont be like the $34+12 per sq.ft company, but it will look great.
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