Q: How long does installation take for a Sunroom or Pergola?
A:Most projects can be installed in a few days as each project is custom.
Q: How much do Pavilion’s/Pergola’s cost?
A: The exact cost depends on the style you choose, as well as how your home property is laid out, but pavilions of any type can be pricey. By choosing CMR, however, you can be absolutely certain that you will get high-quality product and installation for the price you pay. Also, we offer a number of financing options through in order to ensure the affordability of your new outdoor project.
Q: What is your Pergola made from?
A: Our Pergolas are constructed from fully extruded, heavy-duty aluminum.It is light weight and load bearing.The structure also has a stunning electrostatic finish that requires virtually no annual maintenance. Plus, our pergolas are crack, peel, and warp-resistant and will never become infested with insects.
This means you get a beautiful structure without high maintenance so you can enjoy it.
Q: How long will my Patio Cover/Pavilion last?
A: Since our pavilions are both stable and weatherproof, they can last much longer than conventional wooden structures. They are also made from premium grade materials, so they will not rust or corrode like other brands. Finally, they are built solid, allowing them to withstand wind gusts of over 100 miles per hour.
Each of our patio covers comes with a warranty from the manufacturer, ensuring a beautiful, long-lasting structure that you can enjoy year-round.
Q: What do I do next?
Step 1: Determine your design and cost. Call us if you would like to schedule an appointment for Detailed Proposal (Cost is $50).
Step 2: Secure financing.
Step 3: Set an installation date and get excited about your new Outdoor Living space!
Step 4: Watch installation as it happens.
Q: Why does your company use Fiberon Decking?
A:We have been using Fiberon decking for the past 11 years.Their customer service and satisfaction is unsurpassed by going above and beyond to offer the customer an additional 5 year warranty on labor.See their website for details!
Q: What types of decks do you build?
95% of the decks we build are Composite.It’s a durable, gorgeous look that is nearly maintenance free and has a much longer lifespan that regular wooden decks. Composite is a popular choice for many home owners and deck owners nowadays. Composite is designed to look exactly as wood does, however, it is resistant to flaws such as peeling, cracking, fading or splintering. Most composite decking material is created from saw dust, bonding materials and plastic resins which help the wood resist natural deterioration and warping, whether through sun or moisture.
Pressure Treated Wood
Pressure treated wood is a revolutionary type of wood that is often used in retaining walls, docks, coops, decks and other various structures. This is a very durable wood that has shown to withstand the test of time better than untreated woods. Pressure treated wood is durable in any decking or patio project you may have.
No matter where it is, regular wood will rot and deteriorate as time goes on. This is just the nature of organic matter. Insects will infest it, water will erode it, sun exposure will eat away at it. To help prevent this, wooden planks are placed in a pressure treatment facility. A liquid preservative is pumped into the chamber, allowing it to coat the wood and wood grain. Once this preservative is pumped in, the chamber is then pressurized to force the liquid into the pores of the wood, helping make sure it is weather-resistant, insect tolerant and will deteriorate slower.
Q:What types of payments do you accept?
A:Payment by credit card (Visa, MasterCard or Discover) accepted up to a maximum amount. Credit card payments will be charged an additional Convenience Fee. All final payments to be made within 1 day after completion.Checks are accepted, however if CMR has a returned check that will result in an additional $50.00 fee charged to the customer, per week, that final payment is late.
We also offer financing to those that qualify. Contact us for more details!