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Top 10 outdoor pavilion builders near you

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REO ServicePro, Inc.

REO ServicePro, Inc.

New on HomeGuide
16+ years in business
Founded in 2007, REO-ServicePro, Inc., located in Aldie, VA, and surrounding areas, is a reputable Virginia Class A Contractor. The company specializes in a broad spectrum of services, from home repairs to custom bathroom, kitchen, or basement remodels. REO-ServicePro is known for its excellent customer service, superior workmanship, and its commitment to enhancing the value, appeal, and quality of your home. This company ensures an ultimate remodeling experience, promising to wow you with their craftsmanship.
Cabinets  Granite Depot

Cabinets Granite Depot

New on HomeGuide
Offers online services
3 hires on HomeGuide
17+ years in business
We have over ten years of experience in the DMV with residential and commercial consumers transform their kitchen and bathroom. Helping customers with our amazing craftsmanship , 3D design and reasonable prices! Please let me know when you are available for a free in home estimate from us. We have multiple showrooms across the DMV you can visit by appointment and take a look at our cabinet and granite selection. Please send me your contact information and your availability. Thanks Mike, Cabinet Granite Depot
HR1 Solution Inc.

HR1 Solution Inc.

New on HomeGuide
1 hire on HomeGuide
7+ years in business
Veteran owned small business that specializes in rendering outstanding results on any dream project. My team is highly professional with the skill to accomplish any clients project dream. The smile on the customer face of satisfaction when the job is complete!
Mila Home Improvements

Mila Home Improvements

New on HomeGuide
10+ years in business
"Hi homeowners! I'm Azad Dersim, your trusted contractor with years of experience. Working with me means personalized attention, open communication, and top-notch craftsmanship. I'm reliable, professional, and committed to your satisfaction. Let's turn your house into your dream home – contact me today to get started!"

Your Pavilion Builders questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does it cost to build a pavilion near me?

The cost to build a pavilion is $21,000 to $36,000 on average, or $35 to $60 per linear foot. The most popular pavilions are 400 to 600 square feet, and the smallest are 150 square feet. These prices apply to permanent pavilions with concrete-anchored or deck-bolted posts.

Popular alternatives include:

  • A gazebo costs $4,300 to $10,000 for a freestanding unit with a solid roof offer full shade.
  • A pergola costs $1,450 to $5,750 to create a partially shaded sitting area while still allowing enough sunlight to fill the space.

What is a pavilion?

A pavilion is a freestanding outdoor entertaining area made of a solid roof over a concrete patio or other solid base. All the sides are open for maximum airflow, and the columns can be wooden, brick pillars, or even stone. The strong roof provides full weather protection for many guests.

What is the cheapest way to build a pavilion?

You can build a pavilion in the cheapest way by purchasing a DIY kit for $2,000 to $3,800 for a metal-roofed model starting at sizes around 12'x12'. This option is ideal if you already have an existing deck or patio to attach the posts onto.

For a cheaper but only seasonal pavilion, you can buy a sunshade canopy made of canvas for $50 to $200. A full deck-cover canopy with a manually retractable canvas top costs $1,000 to $1,700 on average.

Do pavilions add value to a home?

Pavilions typically don't add value to a home because they aren't attached to the home and thus don't count toward the house's total square footage of livable space. However, a pavilion can add curb appeal when well-built in a neighborhood where people enjoy being outside most of the year.

Keep in mind that even in cases where a pavilion does attach to the home roofline with a gable-style top, it still won't add to square footage because it isn't enclosed.

How long does a pavilion last?

A pavilion lasts 5 to 25 years or more according to the quality of the materials and the construction. Use pressure-treated wood or fully sealed materials to get a longer lifespan.

How long does it take to build a pavilion?

Building a pavilion takes 5 to 7 days for assembling a permanent model on-site and setting the posts in concrete. Setting up a simple prefab kit that bolts onto a deck takes 1 to 2 days.

Do I need a permit to build a pavilion?

Yes, you need a permit to build a pavilion in most states. However, rural areas with structures smaller than 200 square feet might not always require a permit. The contractor will pull permits in most cases.

A permit costs $60 to $150 on average, depending on the location.

Who builds pavilions near me?

People who build pavilions include outdoor design-and-build contractors, installers from local home improvement stores, and landscapers specializing in hardscaping.

Also be sure to:

  • Compare multiple bids from companies with at least 5 years of experience.
  • Check that they have licenses, insurance, and surety bonds.
  • Read their reviews on HomeGuide and Google.
  • Ask for a detailed estimate and contract before work starts.
  • Beware of the cheapest quotes that typically result in low-quality work.
  • Give the final payment only after the job is complete.

What questions should I ask before hiring a pavilion builder?

  • How long have you been building pavilions?
  • Could you provide a list of references and images of previous work?
  • What is the expected duration of the construction process?
  • What kind of foundation is suitable for the weather conditions in my region?
  • Do you provide a guarantee on your workmanship?
  • Which construction materials would you suggest for this project?
  • Considering the local climate, what are the best sealant choices?
  • Is there a requirement for rain gutters?
  • Does the provided quote cover everything – materials, labor, transportation, and cleanup?
  • How many members are in your construction team?
  • What's the most effective method to get in touch with the person overseeing the project?
  • ·What unforeseen expenses often arise in projects of this nature?
  • Are you responsible for obtaining necessary permits and meeting zoning regulations?

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