Our team at Superior Outdoor Spaces specializes in the design and construction of pavilions.
Pavilions are flexible architectural spaces that serve many appealing purposes. They’re often placed in parks and other open spaces, where they offer shade and shelter on hot, sunny days. A pavilion can also be useful on a private property, offering a shaded area for gathering and spending time with loved ones. Pavilions come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and styles. In fact, when you work with a custom builder, you can get a pavilion that’s designed just for your outdoor space.
There are other similar structures built outdoors to provide shade. One example is a pergola. However, the key difference between a pavilion and a pergola is the roof. Most pergolas have lattice roofs, allowing natural light to seep into the space. By contrast, a pavilion has a solid roof that keeps the harsh climate conditions at bay. You can cook beneath a pavilion or even remain seated, rain or shine, without dealing with the effects of the weather.
Our team at Superior Outdoor Spaces specializes in the design and construction of pavilions on properties in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. We can help you get the pavilion you’ve always wanted in your backyard, creating a functional place for gathering and spending time with loved ones. Our technicians can also make recommendations and talk to you about the various options available.
We’d love to help you create a more appealing outdoor living space, so reach out to get a quote. We’ll visit your property and consult with you. Then we’ll create a customized estimate based on the style and size of pavilion you want.
At Superior Outdoor Spaces, we design and build pavilions for properties in Winston-Salem, High Point, Greensboro, Asheboro, Archdale, Burlington, Clemmons, Elkin, Elon, Gibsonville, Graham, Jamestown, Kernersville, King, Lewisville, Lexington, Mebane, Midway, Mount Airy, Mocksville, Oak Ridge, Pleasant Garden, Randleman, Reidsville, Stokesdale, Summerfield, Trinity, Thomasville, Walkertown, Wallburg, and Welcome, North Carolina.