FAQs About Our Elitewood Patio Covers and Enclosures
A. Please take a look at our variety of colors.
A. We offer a variety of end cuts; please see this brochure.
A. No, steel rusts—aluminum does not.
A. Not usually. Although, the front- and back-side plates attached to the post can be dented but easily replaced if that happens.
A. It is much more durable. It won’t burn, crack, peel, or warp like wood.
A. Your patio cover is anchored to your house wall and sealed and flashed properly.
A. The aluminum post bracket is anchored to a concrete slab or footing.
A: If you add a wood insert inside the aluminum beam or rafter.
A: No, we have 7 different colors; see the Products page.
A. Yes, you do, and we will take care of the necessary paperwork for you.
A. Yes, you do. Whether the cover is attached or freestanding, a permit is required.
A. Duralum materials are free from defects and will not chip, peel, flake, or blister under normal conditions, and Duralum will either replace the defective product or refund the full purchase price of the product. Please ask for complete warranty details.
A: We usually get material deliveries each week. Once the material has arrived at our showroom, it will take 1 to 3 days of installation time, depending on the size of the project.
A: Yes it has a gutter and downspout.
A: Yes, the insulated roof has a fan beam channel to support a fan.
A: Lattice cover (Yes) – Insulated cover (Yes) – Non-insulated cover (No)