Decorative Solid Roof Patio Cover with Truss Ends
The Contempo Patio Cover is built especially for homeowners who want it all: strength, durability, style, and affordability. By building on the same framework as our other Patio Covers, the Contempo strikes a balance between the fully framed patio roof such as our Classico line, and the elegant simplicity of the Moderno.
Why You’ll Love the Contempo Patio Cover
The Contempo Patio Cover was designed with one simple goal in mind: to provide your friends and family an architecturally beautiful space to enjoy the great outdoors while keeping the sometimes not-so-great weather at bay.
Aircraft grade powder-coated extruded aluminum can stand the test of time while remaining beautiful and requiring little to no maintenance. High carbon steel and nylon headed fasteners withstand the worst nature can throw at them, and automotive grade nylon covers and caps create a smooth and complete appearance designed to live in the sun.
Baked-on powder coat finishes on all of our extruded aluminum profiles are the very best in durable and maintenance-free coatings that require no more maintenance than a wash now and then.
Designed and engineered for the extremes of Miami-Dade county wind zone, Colorado snow loads, and Texas summer sun. You can build a Renaissance Patio anywhere in the country with confidence. Our network of independent installers know the local codes and will custom design a space to fit the local weather and building code requirements.
You dream of a place to retreat from the world, and we want to make that dream come true. All Renaissance Patios are designed to be built quickly and affordably. This is only possible due to smart design and efficient manufacturing. The use of modern materials means you spend time enjoying your patio, not painting, staining, washing, and maintaining it.
Style Meets Strength
Wood framed look, aluminum simplicity, and a price you will love means your patio can be both decorative and practical. Taking our Moderno Patio Roof, and adding decorative aluminum truss ends provides that extra touch that most patios are missing. The Contempo Patio Roof features all of our signature designs, sculpted posts, header, post covers, and straight or scalloped truss ends, with a custom gutter system. Combined, you have a patio that doesn’t bust the budget, but looks like it did. Available with or without screen walls.
The Contempo Options
Want to further boost the appeal and comfort of your patio space? Well, you’re in luck, as we have plenty of options, from fully enclosed glass walls to create the perfect four-season sunroom, to screen walls, to custom decorative add-ons and accessories.
While most customers opt to attach their Contempo roof to their home as an extension of their living space, you have the option of building a completely freestanding structure. This option allows you to locate a large covered living space anywhere in your yard — overlooking mountains, lakes and gardens, or in a secluded corner of your property.
Nothing spoils your enjoyment of your new outdoor paradise quicker than a swarm of mosquitoes. Thankfully, the Contempo is ideally suited to be screened in with the Dolce Screen System. We can even install Dolce without the framing to give you a single, massive screen panel for a wide-open view. Ask your installer about the Dolce Open View screen wall option.
Any Renaissance solid patio roof structure can be installed with full glass walls beneath, turning your patio into a fully air-conditioned and heated four-season sunroom. Our Lumino Sunroom system can even accommodate highly insulated, vinyl-framed, low-E panes, or if you live in a high-wind zone, high impact glass.
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The Pros and Cons of the Contempo Patio Cover
Everything in life has its ups and downs, pros and cons, and the Contempo is no exception.
- Does not have full exposed-beam framing like the Classico
- It’s not wood but you don’t have to maintain it
- Compared to simpler, less hardy options, the Contempo costs more
Yes, shingles or metal roofing can be installed on top of the insulated panels.
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.
Nothing. They are terms that are used interchangeably to describe structures that cover your patio.
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.
Yes. Although more expensive than a studio style roof, we have all of the components to build an A frame.
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.
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