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You'll LOVE Our Elitewood Patio Covers!



Four Seasons strives to provide the best products the Outdoor Living industry has ever seen. Our Elitewood Classic and Ultra Series is no exception. These patio covers are embossed with a rough-hewn deep driftwood texture that resembles the natural appearance and beauty of real wood, without the many problems associated with natural wood. They feature design diversity and numerous optional extras to fit your needs, style, and desires. Create the perfect shade cover the enhance the beauty of your home and lifestyle, while gaining an investment that provides an instant return on your home’s value.

Elitewood’s unique metallic composition offers not just comfort, but complete peace of mind. Elitewood endures the rigors of time and requires little to no maintenance. Elitewood offers homeowners superior and simplicity with:
  • Quality Construction
  • Visual Appeal
  • Deep Driftwood Texture
  • Custom size components
  • Termite and Insect Resistance
  • Warp, Split, and Crack Resistance
  • Lightweight, Yet Strong and Durable
  • Zero Repainting
  • Rain, Sun, Weather, Fire Resistance
  • Unsurpassed Durability

The Guts
Our Classic and Ultra Series Elitewood Patio Covers are constructed with aluminum components such as lattice tubes and solid style flat panels that are up to 33% thicker than many of the other aluminum lattice covers in the industry. This allows for the deep driftwood embossing to capture the true texture and look of perfectly cut, premium grade wood. The added thickness also provides additional strength and durability for a high-performance structural shade cover.
What makes our Elite wood Patio Covers different from other aluminum patio products is our multi-step coating system that chemically cleans the aluminum sheet. Quickly thereafter, we bake on a primer coat and finish with an ultra-tough carbon/fluoride bonding. This process provides a coating system that outperforms any other. In fact, architects around the world specify this type of coating (Kynar 500 resin) because of it’s ability to withstand the rigors of nature and time. This high-performance coating system has an extraordinary capability to retain color and gloss for years to come.

The Options
Your patio cover, your way. Our Elitewood Series Patio Covers grants you multiple options for your home. From an open style with varying degrees of shade to a solid style, we have the patio cover for you. Can’t make a decision? You can get a combined style, featuring both open and solid style covers.
With a palette of designer colors, it is easy to design a cover that perfectly compliments your home. Even consider mixing and matching two of our lattice colors to accentuate the various colors of your home.
Additionally, you have the ability to customize the choice of end caps, beams, and rafters to help define the overall visual impact of your new patio cover. There is a tremendous range of design possibilities.

The Warranty
Elitewood Series Patio Covers come with the industry’s best warranty. Our LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY is even transferable, and are warranted to not peel, blister, flake, chip, split, rust or crack. This extensive warranty also covers chalking and fading for the lifetime of the original property owner. We want you to enjoy your patio cover for years to come without any worry.

If you are interested in adding an Elitewood patio cover to your home, contact us today for a free no obligation design consultation.

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