By karriven thomas. pergola design. Published at Monday, November 13th, 2017 - 11:58:37 AM.
Choosing Your Pergola Kit Simply pick your style, material and size and you will be enjoying the relaxing shade of your very own pergola. A quick browse through our section could help inspire you to invest your very own kit. There are some differences in kits though, and you should know what to look for when choosing. The most common style is the vinyl pergola kit. Vinyl pergolas are all white and offer the greatest variation in style because they are the least expensive. Vinyl pergolas are great for people who may be relocating their pergola after a short period, or who are looking to cover the material with plants, such as vines. Vine type plants, such as grapes or hops could help cover the bleach white color of the vinyl pergola kit, and add still allow you the ability to add some customized flare to your new pergola kit. If a vinyl kit is to plain for you, there are also wood simulating kits that are a little more specialized, but will offer a more authentic pergola appearance than the vinyl. You will most likely be slightly more limited on styles, but the authentic look of your pergola kit may allow you to overlook this disadvantage.
Classic wooden pergola Wooden pergola lend a level of class and elegance to an outdoor space, greatly enhancing its overall aesthetic. If you are thinking about building a wooden pergola, there are a number of options to choose from, including teak, redwood, and pine. If you have the know-how, you can undertake a DIY project to build a wooden pergola in a cost-effective way. You can also take the assistance of a deck contractor to build the right wooden pergola that complements your style and space requirements.
Materials to Build a Pergola Pergolas can be made of either wood, stone, or a combination of the two. Popular pergola structures of today feature wooden materials, as they are much more affordable to construct. Weather-resistant wood will be important, since this type of garden feature will most certainly be exposed to some harsh elements of weather. Western red cedar is a fantastic choice when choosing wood for your project. This type of wood is easy to use, easy to maintain, looks beautiful, is extremely durable, and even gives off a pleasant aroma. You’ll find that today’s most top rated pergola kits will feature western red cedar. My personal preference is to build a cedar pergola, but you may choose to construct an aluminum pergola, vinyl pergola, or an iron or metal pergola. Again this will be determined by how you want to incorporate the structure into your own garden, focusing on each particular garden and pergola style.
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. The pergola has evolved from its famous brick and stone posts of 19th and 20th century to modern wood designs of the 21st century. The idea of modern wood design of pergolas is its affordability, and increasing popularity in modern garden designs. But because brick and stone are weather resistant, hardwoods such as Western Redcedar and Coast Redwood are used instead to match with the pergolas made of brick and stone. As the normal use of a pergola is being an arbor for vines, some architects introduced pergolas as a structure made as a protection from rain or direct sunlight. Traditional pergolas can be transformed into modern style by replacing its roofing with transparent materials. There are several transparent materials which can be used as roofing such as Plexiglas sheets, complete-transparent covers, and glass panels. Plexiglas sheets can be used if you want protection from rain and direct sunlight without heating the sitting area of the pergola.
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