Step 1. You contact us to schedule an On-site Assessment And Quote Of Your Project.
Step 2. We meet you on site at the scheduled time. We will perform an on-site inspection, so that we can make sure that your ideas for this new outdoor living space can be accommodated from a structural standpoint as well as a water flow perspective.
This is where we use our experience to make sure that all of the proper roof transitions and structural elements can be installed. We will use this time to help you design a space that suits your functional and aesthetic preferences.
Step 3. Once we have a clear understanding of your goals with the project. We will create a detailed outline reiterating our conversation along with a proposal listing the exact details of the project based on the agreed design and layout.
Step 4. Once you have decided to move forward with your project and your contract has been executed and the down payment has been made. We will begin CAD drawings for your new structure.
Our in-house team will send you all of the details to make sure that all channels of communication are open throughout the entire project. This is the initial on boarding phase to make sure we have an initial point of contact. And everyone is on the same page.
We excel at project management and communication with our clients. This ensures that the project meets and exceeds your standards as well as the industry standards.
Step 5. You will need to submit your project to your homeowners Association. We will help you with any questions you may have. The homeowners associations does not like to deal directly with the contractor. You can skip this step in some cases if it's a preference of yours.
Step 6. If your project is in the city and requires inspection. We will run your project through the inspection process of approval. This also includes the management and collaboration of on-site inspection by city inspectors (a city permit is not required in all cases).
Step 7. Your project is given a start date that everyone involved agrees on. Keep in mind that poor weather can affect the starting date if excessive conditions exist.
Step 8. Materials are ordered and coordinated for delivery to site.
Step 9. Demolition of work area begins on scheduled start date.
Step 10. Construction of new covered patio area begins on same day (time permitting). This is the framing stage. Where are we install decking, facia, soffit, etc..
Step 11. The roofing phase. We have a highly skilled roofing team that will match your existing shingles is closely as possible. And then perform proper transitional valleys into your new roof structure.
Step 12. The wiring phase. This is where sound wiring and electrical wiring is installed into the structure.
Step 13. The exterior painting phase. This is where all exterior surfaces are painted as spec’d on the agreement.
Step 14. Clean up phase. We keep the worksite clean and organize as the work progresses. However this is the final worksite cleanup.
Step 15. Punch-out phase. You are asked to walk the project and inspect our work and the cleanup we’ve completed. This final step is used to ensure that we’ve met all of your expectations. Any issues that you see are addressed immediately and resolve to a level that meets or exceeds your expectations.
Step 16. Completion - We ask that you fill out a “happy sheet” rating everyone that you came in contact with at throughout All-Tex Home Improvement Services.
The happy sheet gives us a 360° view of your experience. Our goal is to build this project to a level that exceeds your expectations.
We also want to build a lifetime relationship with you as well. We hope to do this by demonstrating our care, compassion, respect and accountability for your home and our project with you.
Step 17. Final payment is made and all project documentation and invoices are sent to you from the office.
Keep in mind that size of your project plus the number of add-ons or customizations i.e screen walls, custom glass walls, brick columns etc (which we love to do for clients because your customizations add your personality to the project) will add cost and time to the project.