Pergola / August 28, 2018 / JulietteHughes
Furthermore wood is the most organic material that you will find for building pergolas. Other materials that people have been known to use include vinyl and aluminum. 4. Have the pergola plans been made to scale? Depending upon your garden the size of the pergola would also vary. It would be entirely pointless if you end up with a pergola too big or too small because it would fail to serve its primary purpose. Hence make sure that the size of the pergola corresponds to the size of your garden before giving the go ahead for its construction. 5. Which shape do the pergola plans give your pergola? Finally you will also have to make a choice between different shapes of the pergola.
Usually you can ask for and receive them via email prior to purchasing to see how much work you are in for. Most pergola kits are single day installs. If they are fully erected in the shop prior to shipping out you should be confident to install them properly. Insist on assembly instructions prior to buying and ask if there is any carpentry work you must do on your end or not. The best kits are just like giant Lego sets that you just have to re-erect: no sanding sealing cutting or drilling needed. Pergolas made of quality timber tend to be a bit costlier than those made from less decay resistant woods.
Although in earlier times pergolas were constructed using brick and stone pillars modern designs employ weather resistant woods such as western red cedar or coast redwood. Pergola roofs may range from simple flat traditional roof elaborately curved roof pitched roof gabled roof or a gazebo style roof. Roofing materials There is a variety of materials that may be used to roof a pergola. The choice of roofing materials depend on the size shape and style of the structure. The durability and robustness of the construction depends on the materials that are selected for this purpose.