An all-aluminum patio cover

Aluminum patio cover built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
Insulated patio roof w/ gutter. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.

An aluminum patio cover built to be worry-free.

Aluminum Designs offers an Elite 3” insulated panel. We also have a .030 3” non-insulated riser pan roof system. Both styles are durable and budget-friendly when compared to traditional wood construction. We can install most aluminum patio covers in just a day or two. We build all patio covers to meet the high wind ratings for your cities building code. As such, each city and county have different building requirements. For example, the wind loads range from 120 to 160, depending on the area. As a result, we have are two great choices with an engineered aluminum patio cover in either a 3” insulated panel or a .030 3” non-insulated riser pan.

A low-maintenance choice.

The aluminum surface has a baked-on enamel finish; as a result, maintenance becomes super easy. Therefore, no need for yearly painting and sanding like with wood construction. All that is need is a water hose and a mild cleaner to make it look almost new again. The best part of aluminum, it does NOT rust!  The patio will last a lifetime with proper maintenance of periodically cleaning out the gutters and yearly washing. Over the years, we have created our proprietary installation techniques proven successful vs. the old installation techniques. Customers have called to say they have no leaks on their aluminum patio cover in the middle of heavy rain! Call today, 228-328-2070.

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Aluminum insulated patio cover built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
Insulated roof for a screen room. Header detail. Interior view. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
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Features of an aluminum patio cover:

  • Colors to choose from are white, bronze, ivory, and clay.
  • Options: Patio attached to the roof or freestanding. Post on top of concrete or in-ground
  • Roof type: Elite Aluminum 3” Insulated locking roof panels or aluminum roll form .030 3” non-insulated riser pan locking roof panels.
Aluminum patio cover – non-insulated:
Underside detail of non-insulated 3" .030 riser pan on the right connected to the fascia area of the house on the left. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
Underside detail of non-insulated 3″ .030 riser pan on the right connected to the fascia area of the house on the left. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.

 

Underside detail showing the bottom of the non-insulated 3" .030 riser pan roof system. Clay color roof pans, trim, and down spouts with bronze color beam and post. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
Underside detail showing the bottom of the non-insulated 3″ .030 riser pan roof system. Clay color roof pans, trim, and downspouts with bronze color beam and post. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
  • .030 3” Non-insulated riser pans make a great economical choice. (*we will not use .024 3” non-insulated riser pans for a patio; .024 pans aren’t engineered for clear spans over 8’*)
  • Patios protect doors, windows, and patio furniture from sun, rain, and hail.
  • You can still hear the sound of rain.
  • Condensation can form from the morning dew and drip onto the patio.
  • A screen room can use the .030 3″ non-insulated pan roof later if you want to upgrade from a patio.
  • The .030 3″ non-insulated pans come in 1′ wide sections with five-rib detail for strength and come in many lengths.
  • Sturdy. However, you cannot walk on it.
  • Used as patio covers, walkway covers, and carports 
  • Our sealant is flashing grade and 100% pure silicone. As a result, it does not crack or shrink from sun exposure.
  • We put a proper roof pitch on all patios, so water drains away from the header.
  • We make custom-made flashing for each job site.
  • All attached patios are connected to the end of the home’s rafters and not just to your fascia board.
Aluminum patio cover -insulated:
Detail of the underside of the Elite 3" insulated roof panels look. A hidden beam is where a wire is showing, waiting for the fan or light to be hung. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
Detail of the underside of the Elite 3″ insulated roof panels look. A hidden beam is where a wire is showing, waiting for the fan or light to be hung. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.

 

The underside detail of a mansard-style insulated patio cover that is connected to a pool enclosure. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
The underside detail of a mansard-style insulated patio cover that is connected to a pool enclosure. Built by Aluminum Designs of Saucier, MS.
  • Elite 3″ Insulated panels are an upgrade from the .030 3″ non-insulated riser pan roof system.
  • Reflects the solar rays off the patio so they don’t enter your home.
  • It provides shade to doors and windows.
  • Protects doors, windows, and patio furniture from sun, rain, and hail.
  • The insulated roof blocks the sound of rain better than the non-insulated.
  • No condensation forms on the underside of the insulated panels.
  • A sunroom can use the insulated roof later if you want to upgrade from a patio to an insulated sunroom.
  • Insulated roof panels come in 2′ and 4′ widths and come in many lengths.
  • The panels can also have a hidden fan beam that gives structural support, and it also provides a hollow area to run electrical wires and support fans and lights.
  • The insulated panels can be walked on.
  • Our sealant is flashing grade and 100% pure silicone. As a result, it does not crack or shrink from sun exposure.
  • We put a proper roof pitch on all patios, so water drains away from the header.
  • We make custom-made flashing for each job site.
  • All attached patios are connected to the end of the home’s rafters and not just to your fascia board.

A customers’ review 

***All photos are our work and not screenshots from other companies’ work or brochures.