Pergola / August 28, 2018 / JulietteHughes
In building this kind of embellishment the roof is very important because it will define what specific type of pergola you are going to build. A Pergola roof is important because it will hold the plant above the ground which is the usual purpose of pergolas. As a permanent architectural piece to a garden pergola designs have evolved throughout the centuries making it more appropriate for gardens and environmental designs. During medieval and renaissance period pergola designs were used by people making curve segments incorporated with green vines. It was usually seen in gardens of Lords living in fortresses.
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.
The shape of pergolas tends to vary depending on the area they cover. Some pergola kits come with extensions that can be used for modifying the shape when required. Pergolas have been used in dwellings for centuries classically to add a shaded walkway to link pavilions or to allow a sitting area which allows the breeze and sun to filter through. This amazing addition to a home will not only add to comfort it can be an attractive bonus to the resale value of the home. Any open space around the home may be used as an invitation for a pergola. Over the years pergola structures have adapted to the area so that there is a large variety in designs.