Renaissance Patio FAQs
That’s simple… Design. Renaissance was born with design in mind, our products look better, are stronger, and represent a better addition to your home.
We have an extensive network of highly skilled independent installers. We send you information to up to 3 companies, they will contact you directly. We do this so that you can choose the company you like best.
No. We sell only through our network of independent installers.
No. All of our products are sold as kits which include every single thing the installer needs in order to build your patio cover, pergola, screen room, or sunroom.
Our patio systems are designed to allow you up to 24 ft between posts depending on where you are located in the country. This is a really great question for your independent installer who will be familiar with your local building code and our line of products.
Yes. Although more expensive than a studio style roof, we have all of the components to build an A frame.
Yes. Although it may require some modifications to your deck for strength, almost always it’s possible.
Yes, shingles or metal roofing can be installed on top of the insulated panels.
Yes. Our fresco panels have a “ Low-E” coating on top which allows visible light to pass through but blocks up to 60% of heat transmission.
First off, a patio cover can look like a pergola and a pergola can also cover your patio. When people refer to a “pergola” our customers typically tell us they are looking for a specific design style.
A pergola will have exposed trusses, curved cuts on the end of the trusses and will include either a shade lattice to partially block the sun or a solid cover to fully block the sun and keep out the rain.
A patio cover always has a solid top, but when it comes to Renaissance can also have the look of a pergola.
Nothing. They are terms that are used interchangeably to describe structures that cover your patio.
If you live in an area where we receive frequent requests for installers, we will forward your information to one of our contacts. If we do not know anybody in your area our products are easy to install and can typically be installed by most installers.
Looks, cost, and time.
- Looks: Sunrooms include glass walls which make your sunroom a natural lite place to enjoy.
- Cost: Sunrooms cost between 20 to 50% less than room additions
- Time: While a standard room addition takes typically 6 months to a year, a sunroom can be built in as little as 90 days with typically less than 3 weeks of actual work in your home.
All of our structures are engineered to withstand up to 175 mph winds.
Yes, all of our patios are engineered to meet or exceed your local building code.
Most of our independent installers offer financing, if that’s something you want, don’t forget to mention it in your inquiry!
We have dealers throughout the US, chances are, we know someone in your area who can answer all of your questions along with inform you of all of the details required to build a patio in your hometown. All you have to do is fill out your info at the link below, and our website will show you a list of companies in your area that specialize in our products.