Create your Dream Patio in Denver, Colorado
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There is nothing better than a decorative patio cover to enjoy the outdoors year round. The Renaissance line of high-strength patio covers can keep your patio light and bright with translucent polycarbonate roofing, or as cool as possible with solid insulated aluminum patio roof panels.View all Patio Covers
Decorative insulated patio roofing is the way to go if you want to create a stunning outdoor living room. With options such as screen or glass walls, and styles that compliment modern or traditional homes, the Renaissance patio roofing line is sure to please.View all Patio Roofing
If keeping your patio a fully shaded, bug-free outdoor room is your goal, then you can’t go wrong with a Renaissance screen room. We even go as far as to hide all of the fasteners others leave exposed to create the most beautiful structures possible.View all Screen Rooms
A pergola is the perfect solution if you are looking for a partially shaded space, either attached to your home or freestanding in your yard, pergolas do not keep out the rain, but they are a stunning design element and keep any space cool, and beautiful.View all Pergolas
If you are looking for a fully enclosed space, with acrylic, glass, or impact glass windows, a Renaissance sunroom is the way to go. Using state of the art engineering and design, we manufacture the most visually attractive and simple to install sunrooms on the market.View all Sunrooms
Freestanding gazebos allow you to create a magnificent outdoor space anywhere in your yard. From covering outdoor kitchens or bars, to creating a shaded space next to your pool, a gazebo makes any space truly relaxing.View all Gazebos
Your Denver Dream Patio
Make the most of your outdoor space in Denver.
Your Outdoor Oasis Awaits
When most outsiders think of Denver, they may picture our modern skyline or the rugged Rocky Mountain backdrop. Maybe they’ll conjure our dazzling sunsets or piercing blue sky. Whichever Mile High montage they come up with, you can bet there will be one key feature: snow. Non-residents don’t realize that Denver enjoys more hours of sunshine than Tampa or San Diego. And while it almost never rains, that combination of sun and creates the ideal environment for Renaissance Patio’s expansive line of patio covers, patio roofs, pergolas, gazebos, screen rooms, and sunrooms.
Why choose Renaissance Patio?
Your friends and family will find Renaissance Patio’s shade structures irresistible for gathering, playing, and relaxing. With precise construction and extruded aluminum construction, however, our patio covers and gazebos have no trouble resisting the elements that defeat the competition. Unlike steel, our aluminum components resist rust and never need painting. They resist tearing and fading, contrary to vinyl structures. And, as opposed to wood, they won’t burn and don’t need to be resealed and checked for termite damage every year.
Denver’s elevation deprives us of a full vertical mile of the earth’s heat- and ultraviolet ray-absorbing atmosphere. The Denver sun simply feels hotter than it does at sea level. With fewer air molecules to soak up the sun, those intense beams pack more of a punch when they hit our exposed skin. Denverites need a barrier between themselves and Old Sol. Renaissance Patio has a product to block the exact amount of sun you want. You could opt for a solid patio roof for total shade, a pergola to block from 30 to 70 percent of the heat and light or a translucent patio cover that lets in most of the light while filtering out harmful UV rays.
Denver’s median home price is about $450,000, taking relocation to a larger home out of the question for many. Adding a new gazebo, screen room, or sunroom, however, transforms your house into a virtually new space. You can upgrade your living quarters and add a living area without the need to wrap the china or beg friends to help load the U-Haul.
Privacy and Protection
Our patio covers keep out the heat, rain, and snow, and they can be fitted with privacy screens and drapes to frustrate inquisitive neighbors. For even greater shelter from the elements, our Dolce screen walls envelop your new living space in a fine mesh that stops pollen, dust, and most importantly, mosquitoes and other creepy crawlies. The tinted screen deflects the glare from the rising and setting sun while preserving your view of the mountains, cityscape, and your own garden.
Enjoy the outdoors at home
Properly positioned, a patio cover from Renaissance Patio can perform double duty. Whether you choose a freestanding model or attach the cover to your home, it will provide shade during Denver’s outdoor seasons and work as a carport when those 60 inches of snow we get each winter come floating down. Our patio covers and insulated patio roofs can shoulder even the wettest, heaviest snow loads. If you prefer, let our local installers build you a glass-enclosed sunroom (snow room?) where you can watch the fluffy white stuff drift past while staying warm and cozy.
Renaissance Patio’s founders started as contractors installing a variety of outdoor structures. They quickly became disillusioned by the poor quality and cheap appearance of these rolled aluminum products. There had to be a way to build strong, beautiful pergolas, gazebos, and other outdoor living spaces at a reasonable price. The Renaissance team invested heavily in engineering and design. They cut no corners in developing aircraft-extruded aluminum posts, trusses, and rafters. They added aesthetic touches like exposed beams and decorative truss-ends. While we spare no expense on the materials that go into our structures, their lightweight and modular design make them easy to install, so you save on labor costs. The net result is a stronger, more attractive outdoor living space for much less than the cost of a wood structure and about the same price as a standard, run-of-the-mill aluminum patio.
Renaissance patio products and screen systems are crafted from scratch to provide you with that all-too-rare mix of amazing looks and complete durability … a zero-maintenance masterpiece that enhances your enjoyment of your yard and the value of your property!
Designed and engineered for durability and aesthetics, Renaissance Patio’s products are installed by certified local contractors who can help you design an outdoor living space you will love for decades to come. Start with one of our stylish patio roofs. Would the elegant, understated lines and stylized details suit your home’s design? Moderno may be for you. Does your house embrace Western sensibilities with rustic or farmhouse motifs? It may be best suited by Classico’s traditional styling.
Our local representatives can help you decide which roof is best for your environment and lifestyle. They also can show you all your options, from color schemes to screen and glass enclosures. However you decide to make the most of your outdoor living space, Renaissance Patio is the choice for building the backyard of your dreams.
We have installers throughout Denver ready to design and install a shade solution in your neighborhood!
FAQ’s about Renaissance Patio
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.
Yes, shingles or metal roofing can be installed on top of the insulated panels.
Most of our independent installers offer financing, if that’s something you want, don’t forget to mention it in your inquiry!
Yes, all of our patios are engineered to meet or exceed your local building code.
All of our structures are engineered to withstand up to 175 mph winds.
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.